General Rules of Acquisition Success and ProfitEdit

this is a attempt to document the real rules of acquisition that can work in a modern capitalist society.

rules order are not set,nor are they fully compiled

futer ideas of organisation will may be,10 fundamental rules,rules of a bussiness,rules of a deal,economic rules,rules of life,ect.

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1.knowledge is power

2. to the aggressor go the spoils

3.temperance in all things

4.never trust a man whose suit is nicer than yours

5.always look a gift horse in the mouth

6.bigger the ban bigger the desire

7.sin sells

8.never buy feed for a dead horse

9.The riskier the road, the greater the profit.

10.occosianal philanthropy is good for bussiness

11.A friend in need is a customer in the making.

12.If you can't break a rule, bend it.

13.happiness is earned

14.Never allow emotions to stand in the way of opportunity.

15.Opportunity plus instinct equals profit. and profits dont mix

17.Never do something you can get someone do for you.

18.a happy customer is a repeat customer

19.hope for the best,plan for the worst

20.hear all,say nothing

21.never sell a product for more than what a customer is willing to pay

22.Never spend more for an acquisition than you have to. get what you pay for. low,sell high

25.Never buy anything you can't sell. such thing as bad publicity

27.too much government is bad for bussiness

28Anything worth doing is worth doing for money.

29.occasional paranoia keeps you safe

30.Acting stupid is often smart.

31.A bargain usually isn't.

32.Stroking an ego is often easier than pointing a weapon.

33.Only negotiate when you are certain to profit.

31.There is no substitute for success.

32.expand or die

33.location is evrything

34.Small print leads to large risk.

35.Even in the worst of times, someone turns a profit.

36.everyone has their price

37.You can't free a fish from water

38.know a products worth before you buy

39,an unlcaimed item is a free item

40.Never spend your own money when you can spend someone else's.











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