“The harder I work, the luckier I get.” A simple quote by Gary Player (the golfer), sums up our answer when we ask if luck makes a successful entrepreneur.
Statistics tell us that 75 percent of new businesses fail within the first year, and 90 percent will have closed their doors within five years. As a consultant who operated two service oriented business, one a failing mess and the other a surprising success, I can tell any aspiring entrepreneur that whatever happens to the operation, she or he will come out of it a stronger and wiser person.
His mother’s name was Isabelle, his father was Tristan. They were both happy people, both very much in love with one another. Their flat was on the edge of the Capillaries, close to the Expanse, it offered actual windows in the south wall. Young Paul would spend hours between online lessons just staring at the streaming people, in and out, in and out, never ceasing in motion save for the New or at least the out of the ordinary.