Bring a new project and perhaps unknown future is not simple really. Scott Kahan shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. It has its drawbacks and complications. Nor do we think it is so complicated or complex, much less impossible. Mainly it's all a matter of choice. If we find cons and negative parts undoubtedly find them. Of course any new venture has its negative sides. The insurance does not exist. And to ask these questions one might say that's fine.
But you can not pass a simple approach. It is good that we are aware of what they are, that we have identified, but not to make or not to pursue our project or undertaking because it is some negative parts, is regrettable. If we cling to this way of thinking, it is because we are giving too much importance to the negative, to the pessimistic. And we can hardly start something new if we persist in maintaining these poses and this line of thought closed. The projects, the enterprises, the challenges are there to take them, not for anything else.
If everyone the left side there would be no world as it is today. You would not be reading this online, because the Internet would not exist. In the town of Lakeside, Seattle USA. There was one school that had a computer in 1968, Bill Gates went there and they say only a few weeks she needed to be better than his teacher. In the same school he met Paul Allen. And it was with Paul that Bill Gates founded nothing more and nothing less than MICROSOFT in 1975 when Bill anticipated and assured that the computer would win their place in the world, in every home, and that most people would have access to staff told him he was crazy. Imagine if Bill Gates had taken that line of thinking negative.