A Business Cash Flow Lesson From A Fairy Tale

Business Cash Flow Lesson From A Fairy TaleA Business Cash Flow Lesson From A Fairy Tale:

Remember the fairy tale “The Princess And The Pea” By Hans Christian Anderson?

A prince was looking for his soul mate. He wanted a REAL princess, not a FAKE princess who was only after his money and his castle.

He decided to test some candidates, so one-by-one he invited the candidates to spend the night at his castle to test them to see if they were for real.

He piled something like forty gazillion mattresses on top of each other and under the bottom mattress he put a dried pea. He figured only a real honest-to-goodness princess, sleeping on that towering pile of mattresses would be able to feel the pea, and it would bother her enough that she would say something about it.

Using this testing method, he found his soul mate and the fairy tale had a happy ending.

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A Business Cash Flow Lesson From A Fairy Tale

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