Hi DAVID, thanks for your answers to me and Morris. Here are my thoughts:
- You say the chance to find an investor/partner for WASH is very high -- what do you base that on? Which steps have you taken to actually obtain an investor/partner? What steps remain to be taken?
Many young entrepreneurs think that their project is interesting to an investor, but frankly speaking, OFTEN (not always!) no one cares. So I ask you to list hard evidence that this project can obtain such partners.
- As far as legacy -- have you thought that you can take that developer's money and use it to create another project and leave a larger legacy? Don't get "wedded" to your project. Remember, your influence and your life and your legacy extends far beyond any single project, be it social or charity or for-profit.
So this #2 is just for you to think about.
- Related to #2, do you know the specific $ amount that the developer would pay you personally? How does that amount compare to your costs where you live? Will it be large enough to help pay for another project, like I suggested? Or is it so small that it will only pay for your family's living costs?
This is important too, because if it's very small then sure you may not take it as seriously as your other directors. But if it is big enough, then I'd invite you to consider my #2...
~~In any case, best wishes to you! Leo