A middle-aged gentleman is selling watermelons. For example, he has hung up the price list of watermelons: One pic $3 Doller, $10 Doller for three. So a young man came to the shop and asked the watermelon man how much watermelon costs.
The story of a watermelon seller - positive and exceptional thinking
Watermelon said $3 dollars. The young man was very intelligent, he saw in the price list that if you buy one you will get $3 dollars and if you buy three you will get $10 dollars. The young man bought one and bought two more watermelons in a row. As usual, he paid $9 for each $3. Just as he was about to leave, the young man seemed to stop thinking, said the young man, pointing to the middle-aged watermelon seller. Did you notice, I bought three watermelons for only $9 instead of $10! My guess is, these businesses won’t be tapped by you.
The watermelon seller smiled and said, people, are a strange race! They came to buy a watermelon, bought three watermelons, and tried to teach me how to do business before leaving.
The point is, just because you have the money doesn’t mean you can’t be a good businessman.