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1. There’s money to be made in any economy.
Tony Soprano, complaining that his captains aren’t bringing in more money: “Sil, break it down for them. What two businesses have traditionally been recession-proof since time immemorial?”

Silvio Dante: “Certain aspects of show business . . . and our thing.”

Tony: “Now, that’s it. That’s all I’ve gotta say. Frankly, I’m depressed and ashamed.”

2. Invest in land.
Tony talking to his son: “Buy land, A.J., ’cause God ain’t making any more of it.”

3. Being the boss is lonely.
Tony: “All due respect, you got no (expletive) idea what it’s like to be No. 1. Every decision you make affects every facet of every other (expletive) thing. It’s too much to deal with almost. And in the end you’re completely alone with it all.”

4. Make up your mind and stick with it.
Tony: “A wrong decision is better than indecision.”

5. Delegate.
Tony to one of his men: “It’s your job to make my job easier.”

6. Pick up the tab and smile.

Tony to Christopher Moltisanti: “You know how many tabs, how many dinners, I’ve picked up over the years? . . . It’s a sign of respect. Why don’t you cheer up? One day some kid will be paying for your dinners.”

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