"Tugboats are the perfect example of being small but mighty."
I am fascinated by tugboats. It is so amazing to watch these relatively small watercraft pushing or pulling such large and heavy loads, up to 1,000 times larger than they are.
Tugboats can maneuver extremely large vessels with very heavy loads. How in the world do they do that?
They can do that because tugboats have very powerful engines, a specially designed hull and independently controlled propellor blades. Here is a link to How Tugboats Work.
A rowboat is also small but not nearly as mighty as a tugboat. It is only powered by whoever is doing the rowing. If the rower stops, so does the boat. It can't really push or pull anything... just move itself slowly through the water. On a tugboat the captain only needs to be sure the engine is running smoothly. It is like having an infinite number of rowers at the captains disposal.
It got me to thinking about how this applies to the real estate business. You are the captain of your ship (business). Is it being run by a powerful engine like a tugboat or are you doing all the rowing?
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Miami Beach, FL
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