“The luger black, the brick white
The boy brown, good night”
Takeaway #171: Tools, capital & labor lead to a productive day. Get in the grind. The Solow Model tells us that Production will be a function of labor and capital ( Yt= Kt αL1- α). That’s all you need to factor in – and the eventual diminishing returns of throwing too much capital at not enough labor. Rick Ross succintly reminds us of the limited inputs Luger&Brick/”K”apital and Boy Brown/”L”abor….that’s it (good night). Now, how you allocate and push those resources is up to you. Get your optimal mix of capital and labor today…and produce.
Rick Ross f/ Raekwon (Audio Meth ♦ Teflon Don)
“Soon as he buy that wine, I just creep in from behind.”
Notorious BIG, Big Poppa
“Don’t you know Bad Boys move in silence or violence?”
Notorious BIG (Ten Crack Commandments)
Takeaway #128: Let fools run out in front while you survey the scene and gather data.
(Courtesy of Warloq – BPM Member)