Act as if you were already happy, and that will tend to make you happy.
—Dale Carnegie (American Author)
The most damaging phrase in the language is: it’s always been done that way.
The horror of the Twentieth Century was the size of each new event, and the paucity of its reverberation.
Never cut what you can untie.
—Joseph Joubert (French Essayist)
What we see depends mainly on what we look for.
The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows wither he is going.
—David Starr Jordan (American Zoologist)
A rising tide lifts all boats.
—John F. Kennedy (American Head of State)
Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.
—Peter Drucker (Austrian-born Management Consultant)
When you are in a state of nonacceptance, it’s difficult to learn. A clenched fist cannot receive a gift, and a clenched psyche grasped tightly against the reality of what must not be accepted cannot easily receive a lesson.
—John-Roger, Peter McWilliams
Nothing in the affairs of men is worthy of great anxiety.
—Plato (Ancient Greek Philosopher)