Magazine article Industrial Management

Beliefs for Management: #10

Magazine article Industrial Management

Beliefs for Management: #10

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All things are difficult before they are easy. The speed of the leader determines the speed of the pack. People forget how fast you did a job; they remember how well you did it. Things come to those who wait, but only the things left behind by those who hustle. Failure is the opportunity to begin again with more experience. Opportunities come from knocking on doors until they open. It often shows a command of the language to say nothing. Money never starts an idea but an idea always starts the money. Go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is. Those who say it can't be done should not interfere with those doing it. Don't confuse temptation with opportunity. Reciprocal obligations always exist. Always have a proper perspective. Always keep artistic integrity and marketability in balance. Being first in the marketplace does not obligate you to have a flashy entrance. A clean glove can hide a dirty hand. Things can always be worse. Something can always go wrong. Nobody remembers Roebuck. …

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