|If I was really energetic today, I could have photoshopped my face over Jack Tripper's.|
|Here's Mr. Roper. I get that same look when the tenants are late on their rent.|
|His successor, Mr. Furley, did not like late rent, either. Love the shirt.|
However, it wasn't until 20 years later that I actually acted. Part of the reason involved rents and the costs of the property, but the truth was I knew some, but did not follow up. After I did, it turned out to be quite profitable.
Still, as Seth Williams observes, you have to apply your knowledge for it to have value. Taking action involves making a commitment, of money, time, and risk. That is the difference.