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Introduction

  • Po L. Yu
  • Carl A. Scupin

Abstract

How much do you value yourself? Would you trade both your hands for $10,000? Imagine the pain and inconvenience of having no hands. If your answer is no, how about $100,000? If your answer is still no, how about $1,000,000? In this way you will reach a value for your two hands or conclude that your hands are invaluable to you. Now let us consider the value of your two legs. Again, imagine the pain and inconvenience of having no legs. Would you trade them for $100,000? or $1,000,000? etc. In this way, you will again reach a value for your two legs or conclude that they are invaluable to you. Now, consider repeating the process for the values of your nose, eyes, ears, skin, lungs, heart, brain, . . ., etc. Pretty soon, by considering the values of the components of your valuable body, you will most likely conclude that the value of your life is at least worth ten million dollars, or one billion dollars or of infinite value. Yes, each of us is, at least, an endowed millionaire.

Keywords

Winning Strategy Horse Race Guerrilla Warfare White Horse Habitual Domain 
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Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • Po L. Yu
    • 1
  • Carl A. Scupin
    • 1
  1. 1.School of BusinessUniversity of KansasLawrenceUSA

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