This week's topic is: Love or Money
What do you think are the differences between a business of love and a business for money (if any)?
come up with: (v.) to suggest or think of a plan or idea
novelty: (n.) the quality of being new and unusual
a discerning eye: (phrase) describes someone who is particularly good at judging the quality of something
inordinately: (adv.) to an unusually or disproportionately large degree
sell up: (v.) to sell one’s business or home especially to move away
venture: (n.) an action that could be considered risky
pioneer: (n.) a person who is among the first to research or develop a new area of knowledge or activity
contemplate: (v.) to think about
implausible: (adj.) not seeming reasonable or probable
trite: (adj.) lacking originality or freshness
naïve: (adj.) showing a lack of experience or wisdom
canny: (adj) showing good judgement, especially in business.