Low Maintenance

Low maintenance lasts longer.

Like a rolling a boulder.

Getting it moving is the hard part. That’s what takes the most effort.

But eventually, it gets to a point where it just needs an occasional push in the right direction.

Now imagine pushing the boulder up a hill. That would be high maintenance. It requires constant attention. Not only is the beginning difficult but the entirety.

High maintenance doesn’t last long. It burns out.

So create a low maintenance business, one that runs itself.

Be a low maintenance friend, son/daughter and boyfriend/girlfriend.

 

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