Prioritizing Profitable Projects

Prioritizing Profitable Projects

After reading an old entry on “Prioritize Profitable Projects” over at, it reminded me of all the would-be, have-been, could-have-had projects I’ve collaborated with so many diverse, talented and highly-motivated people both in the blogging and non-blogging world. The precept of people prioritizing profitable projects applies almost 99% of the time and I would sometimes add it with a dash of “instant gratification first“.



This reminds me of an old research where kids were given a piece of chocolate. The catch was that they can eat the chocolate right away but won’t get anything more. However, if they waited 15 more minutes, they’d get an additional prize in a form of another piece of chocolate. It was later found out that kids who waited longer for the second piece of chocolate would have more chances of succeeding in their future careers than those who did not wait and ate the first chocolate immediately.

So, which kid are you?

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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6 Responses

  1. Miguel says:

    Abe, after I read shoemoney’s post, I have a question for you… when will you bring out the “Web 2.0” apps? ;)

  2. yuga says:

    Migs, they should be out before the end of the year. ;)

  3. Jazzy says:

    and someone is cooking something?
    can we get some clue abe on what you’re up to? :)

  4. yuga says:

    Jazz, it’s super secret!!! :D

  5. Miguel says:

    I won’t be surprised if Abe is now hacking on Ruby on Rails…

  6. Hmm… no middle-ground? :p

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