Having learned some hard lessons at trying some various business venture on my own with limited success I have come to appreciate this maxim.
Although it is difficult to venture out on your there is a reward when you achieved some measure of success. It also requires a certain amount of ingenuity as you think up ideas and plans to make your venture work.
So when you have a superior who fears the possibility of a bad paymaster eventhough there is a chance to start a new products sales does really sigh with exasperation.
In one hand he wants to expand the company sales and on the other hand not willing to take simple risk. Then how will the company grow?
Sure boss calls the shots but my efforts are just wasted. Well I could think out of the box and take the business elsewhere. I've been thinking out of the box for a long while, it is not easy but as they said, "Fortune comes to those who dares."