December 19, 2013

“Put your worries in my pocket!”

Wouldn’t you like to have somebody to tell you this? And suppose it continues: “Lay your troubles on my shoulders!” If you already have someone offering you that… great. You must be a happy person.

These words are taken from the lyrics of Rest Your Love On Me, which is a country ballad written by Barry Gibb and recorded in 1976 by the Bee Gees. [...] In January 1979, Andy Gibb and Olivia Newton-John performed it at the Music for UNICEF show, whereby most people heard it for the first time. (Source: Wikipedia)

There is no life without any troubles or worries… including the business life. Of course, the intensity of the perception of these differs from one person to another one. Moreover, as your company grows the magnitude of what you can carry will have a limit. If you were a business(wo)man approaching that point, you would at least have a glow in your eyes if another business(wo)man were to offer you the above mentioned assistance.

Generally, when you reach that limit there is nobody around to tell you these words. Therefore, it is advisable to find that special someone before you reach it.

To listen to Rest Your Love On Me from Andy Gibb ve Olivia Newton-John, please click here.

The oldie of the week: The Beatles- I’m Happy Just To Dance With You (1964)

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