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December9

The moment was an eye-opener, to be sure, when I realized I was one of  “they”.

“They” (possibly, also known as “others”) say that your income is the average of the five people that you spend the most time with (outside of your family).

This helps make my Grandad’s point when he often said: “If you must judge a man, do it by those around him”.

The thinking around this post is not driven by statistics. And, this is some what unusual for me. I’ll typically make my point with hard data to support them – all of them.

However, here, I’m making a statement that I believe is true. This belief is driven by instinct. And, I trust my instincts. I will be investigating my theory. But, in the meantime, your own gut will follow my position.

Don’t bother attempting to defy or debate me. I’ve reached a higher plane.

This may not make you part of the solution. But, it’s a start. A big part of our job should be making money. It’s okay to do that. Really. I’ll write you a note.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

2 Comments to

“income”

  1. Avatar December 9th, 2010 at 8:01 am quantumcowgirl Says:

    You are so right about this, Brian. I’ve had times in my life when I made more money than I ever would have imagined and times when money was not flowing so freely. I’ve never blamed my situation on the economy or what administration was in power…although I did see a correlation to whether we were at war (money stops flowing when people are in fear mode). There is also a definite correlation to who you are hanging out with! I’ve been in school for the last 5 years (getting my Masters and my Ph.D.) and I’m poorer than dirt at the moment! 😉 But I’m having the time of my life.


  2. Avatar December 9th, 2010 at 9:32 am Brian Patrick Cork Says:

    Hello Judy.

    This helps make my Grandad’s point when he often said: “If you must judge a man, do it by those around him”.

    Cork


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