Curiosity Killed the Cat…

...is a proverb used to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation. A less frequently-seen rejoinder to "curiosity killed the cat" is ", but satisfaction brought it back". Hannah G's explanation of the meaning of this proverb is basically that your curiosity can get you in a lot of trouble and lots of other … Continue reading Curiosity Killed the Cat…

If Your Business Plan & Model are Based on Fictitious Assumptions You’re Finished BEFORE You Even Start!

So many great ideas out there but none are getting implemented because the banks won’t lend and investors won’t invest. The world has never been without dreamers. Everyone has a great idea and most think that all it takes is MONEY to get it done. We fixate, we obsess on money. Even non-profits experience this … Continue reading If Your Business Plan & Model are Based on Fictitious Assumptions You’re Finished BEFORE You Even Start!