Abraham Okusanya explains why his philosophy of competing rather than complaining has netted his MPS £250m in assets in just over a year...
If complaining could change the world, we would be living in a utopia. However, in this world, complaining is merely a good way to get the odd discount, and a great way to make eyes roll when the conversation turns to your favourite grievance. Beyond that, it achieves little. I'm talking from personal experience. In my days as a consultant, I saw a lot of rolled eyes. Particularly when I got onto the subject of the cost of discretionary MPS on platforms. Surely, I thought, things could be done better on a flat fee or single-digit basis? Of course, any idiot can moan about the way thin...
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