_Good morning! Since I'm a fairly successful blogger and have really learned a lot from the dinar investment, I thought I would share some of what I have discovered.
Please remember that I am a helping person, an ordained non-denominational minister, so my standard for conversation might be different than yours. But, I think if we respect each other and allow for different lenses or viewpoints, we might have a great discussion.
I once worked with an organizational management expert in the social work arena. He boiled down organizational management into something he called, The Three Cloud Theory.
In the Three Cloud Theory, a client can have two of three needs met. These needs are:
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_So, let's look at this in practical terms. If a client wants a project that is good and has short time deadlines, then the project is going to be expensive.
In order to bring a good project in tight deadlines to fruition, a company possibly is going to have to hire more staff, pay overtime, etc. The costs of the project, therefore, will be high.
Let's take a look at another example. Let's say a client has money constraints. Any project delivered to that client will be cheaper than in the example above. But, the client will have to decide to give up either (1) quality or (2) speed.
A third client might need a project fast. That client will have to decide between quality and cost.
Now, let's apply the Three Cloud Theory to the dinar speculation. We already have LaGarde's words that Iraq is an upcoming economic power with a valuable currency. So, let's call that, "Good."
We know that dinar are cheap, less than 1 cent to purchase them at the moment. So, as a client in this speculation, we chose, "cheap."
Now that we have chosen two of the three needs that a project can meet, expecting the RV to be fast isn't consistent with the way organizations stay in balance when delivering projects.
When I look at this investment, I know it's a blessing for me. It's good investment, and my financial risk is small. The price I pay for participating in something that will change my life is patience.