Last week, in the first part of this conversation, I said that a hangover and insanity are practically no different. Outwardly, they are very similar. It may even seem that insanity is a protracted hangover. But this is not entirely correct, there is still a difference: insanity, no matter how strange it may sound, the process is controlled. It is not normal from the point of view of reality, but inside the company, slowly plunging into madness, everything looks very harmonious. The company controls the direction of movement. Continue reading
The 39-year-old resident of Moscow, Ilya Matveev, saw two lucky numbers in a dream: 8 and 33. They helped him become the winner of the “5 out of 36” lotto. The winning amount amounted to 9.2 million rubles.
At the same time, the lucky one can be praised for the systematic approach: for a year he had been buying lottery tickets, inscribed in them the numbers seen in a dream, and added to them the dates of birth of relatives. Continue reading
Unforeseen expenses need to be foreseen. Behind this seemingly absurd phrase lies an unfortunate truth: expenses not provided for by the budget are inevitable for any company. Force majeure, unexpected investment opportunities, price increases, forced contractor changes are the reality of any business. It is impossible to build business processes so that costs never arise; which means that you need to learn to live with them. Continue reading