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|May 14, 2004 5:02 am
||re: Best money you ever spent
| Walter Paul Bebirian|
|| Hi Eric -
There is no one "best investment" for me since over the long run every investment whether is was on a roll of film that the results came out "good" or "bad" or if it was on a certain type of advertisement that just did not pay out which led me to creating my business cards which are my main means of marketing now or the first digital camera that I purchased made some money with but quicky realized that I had to upgrade to something that worked more like a camera in order to have it perform in all situations that I was going to use it in - each and every investment of money - or time - giving out over 1.7 million cards to date - over the past 12 years - or how many hours walking the streets of Manhattan looking for subjects years ago or how many hours and days playing with the computer and Photoshop to be able to create images the way that I want them to turn out now - (and sometime it still may not work out exactly on the first try) and then how many years looking at things in such a way as to be able to go on with the whole project the way that I do - every single "investment" is part of the entire picture without which my business "picture" would not be complete -
But from your perspective the answer might be - (and in this case the money was spent by my parents) the money spent on my first Brownie Camera -
> Eric Sohn wrote:
> What's the best investment you ever made in your business - time, effort and/or money?
>Why? Did you have to choose that investment over another? What did you pass over, if anything?
>Inquiring minds want to know.
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