Quotations with Direction
"You can't make the wrong choice with the right attitude"
Mark Oman, President Golfaholics Anonymous
"Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is its key."
"The fellow who has not had any experience is so dumb he doesn't know a thing can't be done and he goes ahead and does it."
"If you're going to grow sales & profits . . . you have to set newer, higher objectives and plateaus."
Thomas Golisano, CEO Paychex
"I operate under the assumption the customer is never satisfied."
A. Malachi Mixon III CEO Invacare
"Most smart businessmen didn't get to where they are by making judgements on how much money you have ... successful people listen to other people's ideas. That's how they got successful."
Gary Dachis, CEO Game Financial Corporation
"... it still takes a while for stupid behavior to become generally recognized as such."
Andrew J. Kessler in Forbes
"I'm a problem solver."
General Colin Powell
"There aren't any secrets there are rules."
John Rutledge, CEO Rutledge & Co.
"Only businesses that identify the right kind of customers and retains more of them than their competitors will survive into the millennium."
"A plan is something you do so it won't be all messed up."
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
Oliver Wendell Holmes
"You never know what you can do until you do it."
"If you are as good today as you were a year ago, you're worse!"
"I'll not listen to reason. Reason always means what someone else has to say."
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
"The important thing is not to stop questioning."
"The secret of success is constancy to purpose."
"The only place where success comes before work is in a dictionary."
"If I had known then what I know now I would have made the same mistakes sooner."
"... the prescription for achievement is to follow 2 rules; (1)Figure out exactly what it is you want to do, and (2)Do it."
Mario Cuomo, quoting advice from his mother.
"If someone says 'no' to me I'm talking with the wrong person."
"What can we do better today than we did yesterday? You can always do better, and you should never stop the process of improvement."
W. Edwards Deming
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