|Peter Ndhlovu -Zimbabwe's most skillful footballer.|
Friday, 26 June 2015
When people move from one trade to another they are wasting valuable productive time. But if one sticks to one field during his entire career he or she develops experience and skill as he solve the problems being faced in that area. All successful people know that problems are equal to opportunities so if you are always running away from problems you are in effect running away from opportunity. The short periods of time you take in a particular field will not give you enough time to develop skill that is competitive. Hence, they have said you become a jack of all trades but a master of none. Am no master of career guidance myself however, but my recent experience in an area I have mastered reaffirmed the immortality of the aforementioned fundamentals. I therefore, do not intend to lecture on career guidance but rather to share my real estate experience as reminding evidence that the old principles still live.
Wednesday, 10 June 2015
|Adolf Hitler fought for land in the II World War|
A well known saying goes “ Buy land they have stopped making it !”. This statement means that land is a finite resource. We do not have a place somewhere where more land is being produced in addition to that we have. So it is because of this reason that with an increasing population that compete for this finite resource land’s value always increases anywhere in the world. In fact all of the world’s major wars are because of land. The reason why Adolf Hitler evaded Russia during the II World War is because he wanted Russian land so that he populate it with Germans whom he believed were more worthy.