Sir John Sinclair asked a friend whether he meant to have a son of his (then a little boy) taught Latin? ‘No,’ said he, ‘but I mean to do something a great deal better for him.’ ‘What is that?’ said Sir John. ‘Why,’ said the other, ‘I mean to teach him to shave with cold water, and without a glass.’
If your number one goal is to make sure that everyone likes and approves of you, then you risk sacrificing your uniqueness, and, therefore, your excellence!
The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time. / Thomas Jefferson/
Oh, well, you stick in, son, and one day you’ll get a nice new uniform like mine /Rikki Fulton – Supercop/
If it looks like wisdom but is unkind, it’s not wisdom
If it feels like love but it’s not wise, it’s not love /Lama Surya Das/
Disappointment echoes louder then the sting of a broken heart
It is not failure itself that holds people back, it is the fear of failure that paralyses you /Brian Tracy/
Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines /Robert Schuller/
– How to build a better password?
– Be less predictable!