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Quick update on my Scorum plans.
Went ahead and bought some Scorum during the dip. Was looking to buy a lot more, but with the market being the way it is and the turnover being rather low, was only able to get some 5K Scorum. Powered it all up. When "investing" in a crypto token, then that is what I do. I am not a classic trader. Although that doesn't mean I hold onto the tokens forever, it simply means that I do my bit to help the process along. Especially in this ecosystem which is very clear to me. Learning the ropes on Steem shall definitely help me along the way here too. I really see a great potential for Scorum, with its specific market and the fact that in that market it is clear to everyone how "Tokens = Business" and the "Blockchain = community". So, no matter what the case, I have now managed to set myself up for a nice little experience ahead of me here and hope that with my own example, others may power up some extra Scorum too. ;) Talk is cheap, one has to walk the walk! I guess this post here is PART #2 of my "Introduction Post". Making it clear that I am here to be a part of this and not to just "grab what can be grabbed". Look forwards to the future of this place. Cheers Yours truly @jackmiller
Learn From This Boy In This Tug-Of-War game
His name is Aybatyr Myrzabaev and when the world for his entire team was crashing, he gave it all to make sure they don't lose. His story is a great example of give it all you got. If it means rolling, then roll. If you have to use your teeth or thighs, use it. Give them hell, that they life will not mock you. The best part is that at a point he ran to the front to that control because in this life if your leaders are failing you, then take the wheel by yourself. Don't let people lead you to failure, be like Aybatyr Myrzabaev know when to give it all and when to take the leadership from those leading you to failure.
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