Categories Questions What is your Greatest Asset? Post author By Chris Tingom Post date March 14, 2007 7 Comments on What is your Greatest Asset? A lot of people would say time is their greatest asset. Is that true with you? What is your greatest asset? By Chris Tingom Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy View Archive → ← Is your email your to-do list? → What would you do for $1,000,000 that you wouldn’t for $10,000? 7 replies on “What is your Greatest Asset?” family, friends, projects, play and ample time available for each…a full life is the greatest asset Ambition and a will to succeed. I’m curious to understand how time can be considered an asset when the only time any of us really have that’s guaranteed is the time past. That would make history or memories the greatest asset one could own. For me, I’d guess my greatest assets are a combination of a vivid imagination, never say die attitude and empathy. Mark – I’d have to agree that memories and also experiences are a huge asset. So does this mean that the more experiences and memories you have the more ‘rich’ with assets you are? Love. He that love not, hath not. My greatest asset (without waxing philisophical like Brian), would probably be my curiosity for things. Without that, I’d be mowing lawns somewhere or something. I would defiantly say the 1950-2000 sports almanac I picked up in an antiques shop in the year 2015. Don’t tell Doc. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.