“We go to school to learn to work hard for money. I write books and create products that teach people how to have money work hard for them.”
Submitted by socialengtuto about 1 year ago
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The best brains of the nation may be found on the last benches of the classroom
Submitted by sivagamimurugan about 1 year ago
Spread the Light
Be the Light
Submitted by zzravizz almost 2 years ago
An organisation is like a tree. Its growth is measured by the height it attains and the width it covers. It is largely considered GREEN because of its leaves. Its fruits (financial results) depend solely on its roots (leaders). If its branch (head) is functionally weak, the same part will always complain of being laden with too many leaves (employees) but the strong will grow more.
Their talk about improving the economy without giving out the surplus money to the lower- middle & lower income class is like cracking a big joke on the life of many, in spite of realizing that they being appearing to the sensible only funny.
A credible way to unearth the bona fide facts is to make both the partners in conflict to undergo the reliable lie-detection tests, instead of making conclusion by seeing who supports whom & how many.
When a company has a diversified business interests, it is branded as a MULTIFACETED organisation; but if a professional has an experience in different products and/or fields, he is subjected to a lot of baseless questioning and why then the people not consider him a MULTITALENTED person.”
Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.
Submitted by quoteschart over 2 years ago
And you don't even need to worry about our weight cause
we can all be loved that God made us.
Submitted by poohbear almost 3 years ago
Get up every morning, imagine a future then make it happen.
Submitted by elliotdm about 3 years ago
I demolish all of my bridges behind me- then there is no choice but forward.
Submitted by Minnette over 3 years ago
The standard of a true leader is that he sets also his own rules rather than merely and blindly obeying the set of standard rules, even if it means being treated as an idiot or a crazy by the fools. And to follow his noble dream to attain his cherished goal, he employs his wisdom tool gained from his own hard core experience in an open school called life
Sometimes, something of someone is liked too much not because it holds too much value or has a true value, but because there are too many bidders and buyers to have the same thing at the resale value.
The history of the world is but the biography of great men
Submitted by ModernRonin over 3 years ago