1987’s ‘Wall Streets’ Message For Modern Entrepreneurs

“Perhaps now you’ll stop going for the easy buck and build something for yourself. Create, instead of living off the buying and selling of others.” — Martin Sheen as Carl Fox

If there’s one that is celebrated beyond the uber amounts of money generated by today’s companies, lies in the innovative nature at which these billions are built on… Creation. Seems like Oliver Stone had more hindsight to the entrepreneurship shift than we expected. Polarization is the key to innovation, and innovation is the key to market success, no matter what the market is.

There’s a saying “Amateurs compete, professionals create.”

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