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Bill Momentum

Here is the second article about life lessons, which deals with the momentum; Why should we have it, and never lose it. The text where I base was in English, and in the said text named him momentum, so the more accurate translation in Spanish that I found for this word was momentum which refers to energy and effectiveness with which it plays something, or could also be understood as the motivation or the passion that drives you to do something. SECOND life lesson: Never lost momentum. To begin with, I tell them the story of Bill Levitt, a pioneer in the construction industry, who became rich after having built suburbs on Long Island, New York, but who then lost his fortune. One day at a party, Donald Trump, who at that time was in its heyday as a property developer and investor real estate, he saw Bill sitting and approached him thinking that you might need a friend to talk.When asked what had last, this replied I lost my momentum. Bill sold his business for hundreds of millions of dollars, bought a yacht and a house in the South of France and withdrew. Years later, became bored and buy back its business, but this went down.

His business had changed, times had changed, but he remained the same. At that time, flips to see Donald and tells you not lose your momentum. Years later, Donald was invited to a dinner, but as I was exhausted and cranky all day, be discussing with bankers didn’t want to go. Donald recalled the words of Bill and instead of staying to rest that night, got his suit and attended the dinner. He was surprised to see that one of the bankers that was fighting all day, was sitting at his side. That night they resolved all their differences and emerged a new deal, which would have failed if Donald would not have taken the Council’s Bill, and had stayed at home to rest.

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