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When fate hands us a lemon, let’s try to make lemonade.
Humanities education is the worst thing for an industrialist.
I will give a million dollars for any convincing proof of a future life.
All is well since all grows better
Instead of the question “What must I do for my employer?” substitute “What can I do”
Strength is derived from unity.
The best time to expand is when no one else dares to take risks
Any idea that is held in the mind that is either feared
TEAMWORK: the fuel that allows common people attain uncommon results.
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