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The 3 main assets we should all invest in

There are various kinds of assets: Financial asset; Real Estate asset; Intellectual Property; emotional property; Physical property; interpersonal property; Professional property; and more.

Each of us has assets, so what can we do with assets?

We can enjoy them, convert them to other assets or share them. The real wisdom is to leverage an asset and enable growth, but are my assets real?

There are 3 assets that affect our lives and who we are at most:

  • Our mindset – being Ambitious
  • Networking – who you know
  • Change the way you think! – your set of skills and tools

What is unique to these 3 is that they can be passed on and they can be taught. As we all know money comes and money goes, all that we remain with is the experience, therefore, professional knowledge is an asset; general knowledge is an asset as well, I was always curious and therefore it enables me to communicate with all sort of people. Being ambitious yet content is a good balance.

Yes, I know the right people and that asset worth millions, if you know how to use it wisely and see people from the heart. Every time I want to take care of a friend, I say: “I have someone for you” or “I have something for you” and I must say that many of my friends are just like me, they think of me and of my needs at any given time. And this is the secret to success – the more you give the more you become.

As for the set of tools, well, a famous story tells of a fisherman that didn’t want his son to work as hard as he did, so when the son grew up and graduated from business school he lacked the endurance and other qualities that the father had. The moral lesson is, teach your kids to fish rather than feed them, as with those tools they could accomplish various tasks be it in any given discipline.

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To your success,

With playful regards,
Galorian

 

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The author with the Banana Smile. Stories, such as moral stories have the power to shape mankind’s destiny. Some stories have survived time that are able to deliver universal messages transcending across generations. This is my story to tell… My hope is to influence and entertain people with various stories and happy Banana Smile events and attractions, and bring positive energy to all through creative media content. “Remember! The material world and all we have in it are only temporary. However, what we do for others will remain for eternity. There is nothing more supreme and noble.” Galorian is an English author, speaker, and international advisor on creative education to government, non-profits, education, and arts bodies.
  • Ian P. McCarthy

    Interesting article. Your readers might be interested in this posting about research on how innovations by consumers involves both intellectual property and emotional property:

    http://itdepends4.blogspot.ca/2015/09/user-innovation-and-emotional-property.html

    As intellectual property is defined as the legal rights to creations of the mind, we’ve defined emotional property as the emotional investment in or attachment to creations of the heart and mind. Emotional property is a product of the affection, fervor and energy that consumers devote to the creative act. It includes the attachment and pride they have with their creation.

    Thanks