Quotations with Direction
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"Life is full of opportunities. It's having the courage to seize an opportunity when it becomes available that leads to success."
Debbie Bermont, Speaker & Consultant
"People do best what they want to do."
Preston McMurry, Jr., President, McMurry Publishing, Inc.
"Make decisions with your heart and you'll end up with heart disease."
Harvey Mackay, Business Executive
"Every moment spent planning saves 3 or 4 in execution."
"An acre of performance is worth a whole world of promise."
"Nothing is settled until it is settled right."
Louis Dembitz Brandeis
"When you hear the word 'policy', you know you're not going to like what comes next."
"Middle age is when you're faced with 2 temptations, and you choose the 1 that will get you home by 9 o'clock."
"Tell me and I'll forget. Show me and I may not remember. Involve me and I'll understand."
Native American saying
"Make the commitment. Start by doing something, after which everything will fall into place."
Experimental Aircraft Association handbook
"Telling the future by looking at the past 'assumes' conditions remain constant. This is like driving a car by looking in the rearview mirrow."
"Too many people quit looking for work when they find a job."
"You better believe in the product and know your audience, otherwise it's curtains."
Maury Povich, talk show host
"Large profits mean large payrolls."
"Downsizing is an unpleasant thing to do. Yet, it's far less devasting than when the company doesn't survive."
Robert Eaton, CEO, Chrysler Corporation
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