then again, re-reading it after a while I notice that all it tells is the story of some guy who got lucky building a social media site just before the big social media boom
another story, a tragedy, might be reading about this guy with a really good turnover from a social media site in 2009 who didn't have any way to cover his *** when suddenly the social media industry collapsed in 2010 and his mortgage, new life, lovely children's school uniforms and ponies, all were taken by a nasty repo man.
my pa made millions thanks to the original property boom. and the thing is I look at him and I know that he just got lucky - he never had any clever good way to make a lot of money. he got lucky, very lucky. and when it came to protecting it and building on it, he became fanatically miserly, an amazing miser - very talented. so his money always grew. he took his good win and he never let it die, he just made it bigger, slowly.
which is great. but things do go wrong. what is much more valuable is being able to put hard work into something, let it go, put hard work into something else. learn how to do the hard work that makes money, so that no matter what may come and take it all away, you are willing to move forwards. you become able to make very big gambits that way. i had one which i'd never have made any other way, and it came back so good for me.
i'd love to inspire everyone, but things are getting good enough for me to mainly not really want many/any other people to know how I make money
btw my tracking abilities and tools are so excellent I even spotted the webmaster-talk user who googled some words from the html code I posted on a div thread and entered my site that way - I have very sophisticated tracking indeed! It's great stuff. And in the current weird google state of flux, i'm currently moving forwards and upwards hard and fast - i dunno what will happen by the end of it all, but right now I'm very pleased with what seems to be in the process of becoming my financial status. I have actually launched an internet radio station to celebrate - it is already up and running and playing some really excellent music! Round the clock. Soon I'll buy a few tools so I can talk into it and have guests and do interviews and above all promote humanitarianism. Like the British government's big humanitarian move today relating to certain weapon sales being banned! Excellent stuff.
I acknowledge Parker out of Thunderbirds and Glaxo Industries.