It's good to have a plan, but if something extraordinary comes your way, you should go for it.
You want to begin in a place that's clean and you make it grow.
It's almost like Wal-Mart: 'We're going to keep our prices cheap and grow from there.' It works.
We're a small town. We weren't prepared.
Their success stems from both their product, which is cheaper and more potent than [the competition], and their business model, which places a premium on customer convenience and satisfaction. With six to eight drivers working seven days a week, [they] can gross up to $80,000 a week.
University towns have been especially fertile markets ...
In our unending search for panaceas, we believe that happiness and "success" -- which, loosely translated, means money -- are the things to strive for. People are constantly surprised that, even though they have acquired material things, discontent still gnaws.
At least I'm not going to die wanting to know what's on the other side of that river. I already know.
They just want theirs. That is the culture they have created.
You must have principles that you're willing to die for.
It was about this time I conceived the bold and arduous project of arriving at moral perfection.