Quotations with Direction
"Anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing."
"The best way to predict the future is to create it."
"We require all of our staff to 'eat what they cook'. And work a day a week in the selling units and once a month on a distribution and claims center. In other words, stay connected."
William Wulfers, CEO Campo Electronics
"You're not beaten until you quit. As long as you stay in the game and keep going you have a chance of winning. I keep going."
John Lee, businessman
"Intelligence is like underwear. We all should have it but we shouldn't show it off."
"If work is work, try a new field."
"I never look at the competition. I don't care what the other guy does."
"I use to tell people 'don't worry about it'. You should always worry about it!"
Denise See, Merchandising Specialist Hewlett-Packard
"Half the things that people do not succeed in are through the fear of making the attempt."
"The cure for anything is salt water. Sweat, tears or the sea."
Isak Dinesen, Danish author
"He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else."
"The gap between what people think they can achieve and what is possible for them is actually very small. Think you can, believe you can and you'll find that you can!
Denis Waitley & Reni L. Witt in The Joy of Working
"I'd suggest you focus on information that tells you what you need to know under ordinary circumstances. That will give you an early warning when something extraordinary is going on."
Kenneth F. Iverson, CEO Nucor
"An entrepreneur's knowledge is a significant competitive advantage."
"Leaders of real-time organizations learn by doing."
"The present is real time. And real time is the only time."
Jim Taylor & Watts Wacker in The 500 Year Delta
"At its heart database marketing is no more than the old fashion sales relationship between a customer and a salesperson.
Paula Kephart, Claritas Data Services
"There's a lot of talk about 'firing' customers. We need those customers. Sometimes we need them just to break even."
David Shappee, owner The Shipping Depot
"Careers are like all-terrain vehicles. And the employee needs to know how to drive."
Richard Knowdell, Building a Career Development Program
"The 21st Century Challenge; How quickly can you ramp up, re-tool yourself and produce results that add major value?"
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