Price Tag

As a guy, I do not fancy the games ladies engage us in when we seek after them. I consider it stressful, provoking, and unnecessary. Just say “yes” or “no” – no posting around. Just to satisfy my curiosity as to why the behaviors, I have asked questions from the mothers and to the youngest (including my fellow men who have tread the paths) and I have received the same line of response-which is to know who and who is serious, determined, or some a, test of character. Even as much as there is an element of truth in it much more every great thing in life employs this principle.

Price tag

Price Tag

Economics advocates that wants are many, desires unlimited, dreams great but there are limited resources to make them realizable- permit me to say that there is a price to pay for it. For anything worth having one must pay the price, and the price is always work, patience, love, self sacrifice. Sidney Howard quotes that “one half of knowing what you want is knowing what you must give up before you get it”.

Aside attitudes and other steps that aids greatness and distinguish losers from achievers, the habit of acquiring real treasures through cheap means should not be thought of. Nothing valuable come easy, they must be earned. Our generation – majorly the younger ones – always have a keen eyes to the ‘quick get it keys’ that is why books with titles like, “7 Keys to Greatness”, “The Simple Steps to Financial Freedom”, One Minute Millionaire” are best sought for.

Dreams remain dreams as long one enjoys the comforts of the bed, anyone who must discover new lands must put on the great boots, forget the comfort zones of the shores and march in to the inland. Everything great desired, starting from great financial empires, to blissful relationships, education backed with distinctions, excellent characters or mind blowing innovations, peace and victories in wars, the place of work cannot be over emphasized.

2 thoughts on “Price Tag

  1. the craze to make it quick leads people to taking shortcuts, many of which turn out harmful. to persevere in diligence is not a bad option, especially when you know that the result is longer lasting than whatever shortcuts can provide you.

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