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We admire what we do not understand.
The businessman is only judged in two ways: successful or failure
Better to have a diamond with a few small flaws than a rock that is perfect.
Learn practicing generosity and enjoying life’s pleasures
If not today — when?
The baby is not yet born, and yet you say that his nose is like his grandfather’s.
A cat in a cage becomes a lion.
Life is a bridge. Cross over it, but build no house on it.
A guilty conscience is a hidden enemy.
It’s better to pick a fight with your in-laws than with your neighbors.
If you live on the river, befriend the crocodile.
When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced.
A fly, a harlot, a beggar, a rat, and gusty wind; the village-boss and the tax collector
The discipline learned from putting in time and effort as a child
Kids are baby goats. They’re cute and they have redeeming social value.
Perhaps if the future existed, concretely and individually, as something that could
Here’s what management is about: Pick good people and set the right priorities.
I have an inviolable rule against employing nepots and spouses, because they
If God gave Dad Alzheimer’s, He’s got to understand when
Blood Leads to Humanity, Spirit Leads to Night, and Earth Completes.
If you judge the character, you cant play it.