HR Quotes

  1. “Great Vision Without Great People Is Irrelevant.”

-Jim Collins, Good To Great

  1. “Human Resources Isn’t A Thing We Do. It’s The Thing That Runs Our Business.”

-Steve Wynn, Wynn Las Vegas

  1. “You Need To Have A Collaborative HiringProcess.”

–Steve Jobs, Apple

  1. “You Can’t Teach EmployeesTo Smile. They Have To Smile Before You Hire Them.”

– Arte Nathan, Wynn Las Vegas

  1. “Never Hire Someone Who Knows Less Than You Do About What He’s Hired To Do.”

-Malcolm Forbes, Forbes

  1. “When Hiring Key Employees, There Are Only Two Qualities To Look For: Judgement And Taste. Almost Everything Else Can Be Bought By The Yard.”

John W. Gardner

  1. “Recently, I Was Asked If I Was Going To Fire An Employee Who Made A Mistake That Cost The Company $600,000. No, I Replied, I Just Spent $600,000 Training Him. Why Would I Want Somebody To Hire His Experience?”

-Thomas John Watson Sr., Ibm

  1. “It’s More Than Just Selling Pizzas. It’s Being A Good Fit For The Community. We Hire Based On The Betterment Of The Community As Much As Anything.”

-Mark Starr, David’s Pizza.

  1. “You Can Have The Best Strategy And The Best Building In The World, But If You Don’t Have The Hearts And Minds Of The People Who Work With You, None Of It Comes To Life.”

-Renee West, Luxor And Excalibur Hotel1

  1. “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.”

-Lawrence Bossidy, Ge

  1. “Do Not Hire A Man Who Does Your Work For Money, But Him Who Does It For The Love Of It.”

-Henry David Thoreau, Life Without Principle

  1. “The Key For Us, Number One, Has Always Been Hiring Very Smart People.”

–Bill Gates, Microsoft

  1. “Time Spent On Hiring Is Time Well Spent.”

-Robert Half

  1. “I Hire People Brighter Than Me And Then I Get Out Of Their Way”1

– Lee Iacocca, Ford 

  1. “You Cannot Push Anyone Up The Ladder Unless He Is Willing To Climb.”1

-Andrew Carnegie

  1. “Management Is Nothing More Than Motivating Other People.”

-Lee Iacocca, Ford 

  1. “There Are Few, If Any, Jobs In Which Ability Alone Is Sufficient. Needed, Also, Are Loyalty, Sincerity, Enthusiasm And Team Play.”

-William B. Given, Jr.

  1. “When People Go To Work, They Shouldn’t Have To Leave Their Hearts At Home.”

-Betty Bender

  1. “One Machine Can Do The Work Of Fifty Ordinary Men. No Machine Can Do The Work Of One Extraordinary Man.”

-Elbert Hubbard

  1. “To Find Joy In Work Is To Discover The Fountain Of Youth.”

-Pearl S. Buck

  1. “One Of The Symptoms Of An Approaching Nervous Breakdown Is The Belief That One’s Work Is Terribly Important.”

-Bertrand Russell

  1. “Opportunity Is Missed By Most People Because It Is Dressed In Overalls And Looks Like Work.” 

-Thomas A. Edison

  1. “Far And Away The Best Prize That Life Offers Is The Chance To Work Hard At Work Worth Doing.”

-Theodore Roosevelt

25.”Being Busy Does Not Always Mean Real Work. The Object Of All Work Is Production Or Accomplishment And To Either Of These Ends There Must Be Forethought, System, Planning, Intelligence, And Honest Purpose, As Well As Perspiration. Seeming To Do Is Not Doing.”

-Thomas A. Edison

  1. “Going To Work For A Large Company Is Like Getting On A Train. Are You Going Sixty Miles An Hour Or Is The Train Going Sixty Miles An Hour And You’re Just Sitting Still?”

-J. Paul Getty

27.”When Your Work Speaks For Itself, Don’t Interrupt.”

-Henry J. Kaiser

  1. “The World Is Full Of Willing People, Some Willing To Work, The Rest Willing To Let Them.”

-Robert Frost

  1. “People Might Not Get All They Work For In This World, But They Must Certainly Work For All They Get.”

-Frederick Douglass

  1. “In Order That People May Be Happy In Their Work, These Three Things Are Needed: They Must Be Fit For It. They Must Not Do Too Much Of It. And They Must Have A Sense Of Success In It.”1

-John Ruskin

  1. “So Much Of What We Call Management Consists In Making It Difficult For People To Work.”

-Peter Drucker

  1. ”Nothing Is Really Work Unless You Would Rather Be Doing Something Else.”

-James M. Barrie

  1. “Real Success Is Finding Your Lifework In The Work That You Love.”

-David Mccullough

  1. “The More I Want To Get Something Done, The Less I Call It Work.”

-Richard Bach

  1. ”The Important Work Of Moving The World Forward Does Not Wait To Be Done By Perfect Men.”

–George Eliot

  1. “Whenever It Is In Any Way Possible, Every Boy And Girl Should Choose As His Life Work Some Occupation Which He Should Like To Do Anyhow, Even If He Did Not Need The Money.”

-William Lyon Phelps

  1. ”I’m A Great Believer In Luck, And I Find The Harder I Work The More I Have Of It.”

-Thomas Jefferson

  1. ”You’ve Achieved Success In Your Field When You Don’t Know Whether What You’re Doing Is Work Or Play.”

-Warren Beatty

  1. “The Test Of The Artist Does Not Lie In The Will With Which He Goes To Work, But In The Excellence Of The Work He Produces.”

-Thomas Aquinas

  1. “The Secret Of Joy In Work Is Contained In One Word – Excellence. To Know How To Do Something Well Is To Enjoy It.”

-Pearl Buck

”Plans Are Only Good Intentions Unless They Immediately Degenerate Into Hard Work.”

-Peter Drucker

  1. “Success In Business Requires Training And Discipline And Hard Work. But If You’re Not Frightened By These Things, The Opportunities Are Just As Great Today As They Ever Were.”

-David Rockefeller

  1. The Only Vital Value An Enterprise Has Is The Experience, Skills, Innovativeness And Insights Of Its People

-Leif Edvinsson

  1. The Soft Stuff Is Always Harder Than The Hard Stuff

-Roger Enrico, Vice Chairman Of Pepsico

  1. I Believe In The Adage: Hire People Smarter Than You And Get Out Of Their Way

-Howard Schultze, Ceo Of Coffee Chain Starbucks (1994)

  1. Do You Want To Spend The Rest Of Your Life Selling Sugared Water Or Do You Want A Chance To Change The World?

-Steve Jobs Of Apple Computer, Inviting John Scully, Then President Of Pepsico, To Join Apple In Fortune, September 14th, 1987

  1. The Baring Family Lost Its Bank Because The Management Overempowered One Individual

-Nick Leeson, John Micklethwait In The Witch Doctors (1996)

  1. Take Our 20 Best People Away, And I Will Tell You That Microsoft Would Become An Unimportant Company

-Bill Gates, Ceo Of Microsoft In Fortune, November 25th, 1996

  1. True Motivation Comes From Achievement, Personal Development, Job Satisfaction, And Recognition

-Frederick Herzberg 1923-2000, Us Psychologist

  1. If An Institution Wants To Be Adaptive, It Has To Let Go Of Some Control And Trust That People Will Work On The Right Things In The Right Way

-Robert B. Shapiro, Ceo Of Chemical Company Monsanto In Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb 1997

  1. Always Recognize That Human Individuals Are Ends, And Do Not Use Them As Means To Your End

-Immanuel Kant 1724-1804, German Philosopher

  1. “Great vision without great people is irrelevant.” – Jim Collins, Good to Great
  2. “Human Resources isn’t a thing we do. It’s the thing that runs our business”.  – SteveWynn, Wynn Las Vegas
  3. “You need to have a collaborative hiring process.”- Steve Jobs, Apple
  4. “You can’t teach employees to smile. They have to smile before you hire them.”

      – Arte Nathan, Wynn Las Vegas

  1. “Never hire someone who knows less than you do about what he’s hired to do.”

Malcolm Forbes, Forbes

  1. “When hiring key employees, there are only two qualities to look for: judgement and taste. Almost everything else can be bought by the yard.”

John W. Gardner

  1. “Recently, I was asked if I was going to fire an employee who made a mistake that cost the company $600,000. No, I replied, I just spent $600,000 in training him. Why would I want somebody to hire his experience?”

– Thomas John Watson Sr., IBM

  1. “It’s more than just selling pizzas. It’s being a good fit for the community. We hire based on the betterment of the community as much as anything.”

– Mark Starr, David’s Pizza.

  1. “You can have the best strategy and the best building in the world, but if you don’t have the hearts and minds of the people who work with you, none of it comes to life.”

– Renee West, Luxor and Excalibur Hotel

  1. “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.”

– Lawrence Bossidy, GE

  1. “Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for the love of it.”

– Henry David Thoreau, Life without Principle

  1. “The key for us, number one, has always been hiring very smart people.”

– Bill Gates, Microsoft

  1. “Time spent on hiring is time well spent.”

– Robert Half

  1. “I hire people brighter than me and then I get out of their way”

– Lee Iacocca, ford 

  1. “You cannot push anyone up the ladder unless he is willing to climb.”

– Andrew Carnegie

  1. “Management is nothing more than motivating other people.”

– Lee Iacocca, ford 

  1. We call ourselves a “capacity building” organization; self-motivated and self-initiated capacity building. For example, in 30 years, I don’t think I have signed a check for the company.
    – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh 
  2. Working in the context of ultra-famous brands like Dior and Vuitton, creative spirits are always going to feel reined in. It’s important that they are free to develop ideas. And rather than detracting from the principal job, it reinforces it. I think of that money as venture capital. It’s not a big investment.


– Bernard Arnault 

  1. Sandwich every bit of criticism between two thick layers of praise.
    – Mary Kay Ash
  2. It was when I entered the military preparatory school and put on its uniform, that a feeling of strength came to me, as if I had become master of my own destiny.
    – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
  3.  If you can influence the leaders, either with or without their conscious cooperation, you automatically influence the group which they sway. But men do not need to be actually gathered together in a public meeting or in a street riot, to be subject to the influences of mass psychology. Because man is by nature gregarious he feels himself to be member of a herd, even when he is alone in his room with the curtains drawn
  • Edward Bernays
  1. We have voluntarily agreed to let an invisible government sift the data and high-spot the outstanding issues so that our field of choice shall be narrowed to practical proportions. From our leaders and the media they use to reach the public, we accept the evidence and the demarcation of issues bearing upon public questions; from some ethical teacher, be it a minister, a favorite essayist, or merely prevailing opinion, we accept a standardized code of social conduct to which we conform most of the time.
  • Edward Bernays
  1. They govern us by their qualities of natural leadership, their ability to supply needed ideas and by their key position in the social structure. Whatever attitude one chooses to take toward this condition, it remains a fact that in almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons.. a trifling fraction of our hundred and twenty million.. who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.

– Edward Bernays 

  1. The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It is very easy to say yes.
    – Tony Blair
  2.  Sometimes it is better to lose and do the right thing than to win and do the wrong thing.
    – Tony Blair
  3. In the past a leader was a boss. Today’s leaders must be partners with their people.. they no longer can lead solely based on positional power.
    – Ken Blanchard 
  4.  Too many leaders act as if the sheep.. their people.. are there for the benefit of the shepherd, not that the shepherd has responsibility for the sheep.
    – Ken Blanchard 
  5.  My job is a job to make decisions. I’m a decision.. if the job description were, what do you do.. it’s decision maker.
    – George Bushism 
  6. As Americans, we want peace.. we work and sacrifice for peace. But there can be no peace if our security depends on the will and whims of a ruthless and aggressive dictator. I’m not willing to stake one American life on trusting Saddam Hussein.
    – George Bush 
  7.  You don’t get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier.. So long as I’m the dictator.
    – George Bush 
  8. Smart people instinctively understand the dangers of entrusting our future to self-serving leaders who use our institutions.. whether in the corporate or social sectors.. to advance their own interests.
    – Jim Collins
  9. If we allow the celebrity rock-star model of leadership to triumph, we will see the decline of corporations and institutions of all types. The twentieth century was a century of greatness, but we face the very real prospect that the next century will see very few enduring great institutions.
    – Jim Collins
  10.  Many business leaders today view their jobs as entailing responsibility for the welfare of the wider community. These individuals do not define themselves as profit-making machines whose only reason for existing is to satisfy escalating expectation for immediate gain.
    – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  11. Executives owe it to the organization and to their fellow workers not to tolerate nonperforming individuals in important jobs.
    – Peter Drucker 
  12. Checking the results of a decision against its expectations shows executives what their strengths are, where they need to improve, and where they lack knowledge or information.
    – Peter Drucker
  13.  Some of the best business and nonprofit CEOs I’ve worked with over a sixty-five-year consulting career were not stereotypical leaders. They were all over the map in terms of their personalities, attitudes, values, strengths, and weaknesses.
    – Peter Drucker 
  14.  It’s fascinating as we continue to innovate and lead the way in both the application space and the database space. In the very beginning, people said you couldn’t make relational databases fast enough to be commercially viable. I thought we could, and we were the first to do it. But we took tremendous abuse until IBM said, “Oh yeah, this stuff is good.”
    – Larry Ellison 
  15. If I think something’s a waste of time or inappropriate I don’t wait to point it out. I say it right away. It’s real time. So you might hear me say ‘That’s the dumbest idea I have ever heard’ many times during a meeting.
    – Bill Gates
  16.  Leaders need to be optimists. Their vision is beyond the present.
    – Rudy Giuliani
  17. There are many qualities that make a great leader. But having strong beliefs, being able to stick with them through popular and unpopular times, is the most important characteristic of a great leader.
    – Rudy Giuliani 
  18. Freedom is about authority. Freedom is about the willingness of every single human being to cede to lawful authority a great deal of discretion about what you do and how you do it.
    – Rudy Giuliani
  19. The man who occupies the first place seldom plays the principal part.
    – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 
  20. The company was quite hierarchical. I often think it was like a pyramid with Robert (husband Robert Holmes à Court) at the top and lots of us paying homage to him. I try to turn the pyramid upside down so that I’m at the bottom and bubbling away and encouraging people and energising them so that they are all empowered so that they can do what they need to do, now that’s the dream.
    – Janet Holmes a Court 
  21.  I’m not a banner. I am an encourager and a persuader and an advocate.
    – John Howard 
  22. To my mind, you cannot speak about the need for leadership within our communities without being prepared to take on responsibility yourself. It’s not enough to point the finger at those who have let us down and to expect others to come forward and fix our problems. Nor can anyone afford to call themselves a leader unless they truly have the interests of our community at heart. Too many people like to think they are leaders and too many are identified by the media as leaders who are not really leaders at all.
    – Jackie Huggins
  23. We have reached a pivotal time in Indigenous affairs when for the first time, national attention is being paid to the horror of Indigenous family violence in this country.For the first time, an Australian Prime Minister has held a summit in the national capital to listen to concerns and ideas on this issue from a group of Indigenous leaders.
    – Jackie Huggins
  24. A great company in the media business needs visionary leaders, not a conglomerate structure headquartered in Columbus Circle that second guesses.
    – Carl Icahn 
  25. I’m out talking about this company (General Electric) seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with nothing to hide. We’re a 130-year-old company that has a great record of high-quality leadership and a culture of integrity.
    – Jeffrey Immelt
  26.  If you treat staff as your equal, they’ll roll their sleeves up to get the job done.
    – John Ilhan
  27.  Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.
    – Steve Jobs 
  28.  If humanity has any hope of effecting real change for the better, it will not come from the Madison Avenue false reality makers who’ve cast Barack Obama as the savior of the world. To alter our course from tyranny to liberty, to defeat the corrupt elite, we must get past the puppets and confront the real power structure of the planet.
    – Alex Jones 
  29. The exploration of space will go ahead, whether we join in it or not, and it is one of the great adventures of all time, and no nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in this race for space. 
    – John F. Kennedy  
  30.  A lot of people are afraid to tell the truth, to say no. That’s where toughness comes into play. Toughness is not being a bully. It’s having backbone.
    – Robert Kiyosaki –
  31. As an engineer, I understood that the natural world operated according to fixed laws. Through my studies, I came to realize that there were, likewise, laws that govern human wellbeing. It seemed to me that these laws are fundamental not only to the wellbeing of societies, but also to the miniature societies of organizations. Indeed, that is what we found when we began to apply these principles systematically at Koch Industries. Through our observation of how they could create prosperity in an organization, I began to systematize my beliefs into Market-Based Management®.
    – Charles Koch
  32. Being captive to quarterly earnings isn’t consistent with long-term value creation. This pressure and the short term focus of equity markets make it difficult for a public company to invest for long-term success, and tend to force company leaders to sacrifice long-term results to protect current earnings.
    – Charles Koch 
  33. .We have the best leaders and the most depth of leadership we’ve ever had. If I get hit by a truck, maybe it would get me out of the way and it would go better.
    – Charles Koch 
  34.  We strive to hire and retain only those who embrace our MBM® Guiding Principles, which encompass integrity, compliance, value creation, Principled Entrepreneurship, customer focus, knowledge, change, humility, respect and fulfillment.
    – Charles Koch  
  35. A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved. He inspires the power and energy to get it done.
    – Ralph Lauren 
  36.  Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.
    – Vince Lombardi 
  37. Leadership rests not only upon ability, not only upon capacity; having the capacity to lead is not enough. The leader must be willing to use it. His leadership is then based on truth and character. There must be truth in the purpose and will power in the character.– Vince Lombardi
  38. Leadership is based on a spiritual quality; the power to inspire, the power to inspire others to follow.

– Vince Lombardi 

112. Many business leaders are asking fundamental questions about what business they’re in, why they are doing it and how it can be used as a means of healing human and natural communities. 
– Amory Lovins 

113.Business social responsibility should not be coerced; it is a voluntary decision that the entrepreneurial leadership of every company must make on its own.
– John Mackey 

114. Lead from the back and let others believe they are in front.
– Nelson Mandela 

115.When people can see which direction the leaders are going in it becomes easier to motivate them.
– Lakshmi Mittal 

116.To implement a true urban renaissance, you first need a Grand Design elaborated by strong leadership.
– Minoru Mori 

117. The buck stops with me, but I can tick off dozens of very good senior executives that are responsible for hundreds or thousands of people who work for me. 
– Rupert Murdoch 

118. While we reduce our own carbon footprint we will encourage the companies who truck our DVDs and newspapers, sell us paper, and provide an enormous range of products and services.. to all contribute.
– Rupert Murdoch

119. I have to admit that, until recently, I was somewhat wary of the (global) warming debate. I believe it is now our responsibility to take the lead on this issue. 
– Rupert Murdoch 

120. A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved. He inspires the power and energy to get it done.
– Ralph Nader 

121. We need to fix our souls. Our souls are broken in this nation. We have lost our way. And it begins with inspiration. It begins with leadership.
– Michelle Obama

122. Barack like any leader, is human. And, you know, our challenges in this country isn’t finding the next person who’s gonna deliver us from our own evil. Because our challenges are us. The challenges that this country faces is how are we as individuals in this society gonna change? What are we gonna do differently?
– Michelle Obama 

123. He wasn’t very lovable but he was bloody efficient. (Packer talking about Genghis Khan)
– Kerry Packer –

124. Many leaders of big organizations, I think, don’t believe that change is possible. But if you look at history, things do change, and if your business is static, you’re likely to have issues.
– Larry Page 

125. When I hear bad news I look at it as another leadership test that will determine how successful Go Daddy will become. So I no longer dread it. Instead, I enjoy the game of finding the very best way to deal with it, and take great satisfaction in having a hand in resolving the issues that come my way.
– Bob Parsons 

126. We are now spending half a trillion dollars on foreign oil, importing 62 percent of the oil we use, and we haven’t had the leadership in D.C. to do anything about it. We’ve got to move to other sources of energy. But we’ve gotten way behind, and will continue to pay the fiddler. It’s not a good future.
– T. Boone Pickens 

127. Successful enterprises are usually led by a proven chief executive who is a competent benevolent dictator.
– Richard Pratt – 

128. Successful charitable fund-raising has much in common with managing a business: It requires leadership, persistence, and creativity.
– David Rockefeller 

  1. Good management consists in showing average people how to do the work of superior people. 
    – John D. Rockefeller –
  2. Since I’m fortunate enough to be neither hesitant nor indecisive, I’ve always made a point of consulting my partners and associates whenever a major decision has to be made. This is not to say that I have always been right!
    – Guy de Rothschild – 
  3.  Although one never really knows what one’s associates think of one deep down, I believe I was easy to work with, even though I have the reputation of being authoritative. Still, I’ve always delegated responsibility and authority to other; I’ve always listened to opposing views and suggestions with an open mind.
    – Guy de Rothschild  
  4. Effective leaders share two intertwined attributes: an unbridled level of confidence about where their organizations are headed, and the ability to bring people along.
    – Howard Schultz 
  5. I consider my ability to arouse enthusiasm among men the greatest asset I possess. The way to develop the best that is in a man is by appreciation and encouragement.
    – Charles Schwab 
  6. 134. I have yet to find the man, however exalted his station, who did not do better work and put forth greater effort under a spirit of approval than under a spirit of criticism.
    – Charles Schwab
  7. It doesn’t really matter what party you come from. I think the people appreciate that and they know that you’re working together, that you can provide the kind of leadership to bring both of the parties together, and do the kind of things that need to be done for the state.
    – Arnold Schwarzenegger 
  8. We have to show leadership in protecting our environment so that we have a future for our children and grandchildren.
    – Arnold Schwarzenegger 
  9.  Harry is my elder brother. He is the wiser one who leads Percept, he shows us the path. My job is to run it, create the relationships, and run the business as profitably as I can. Harry acquires, merges, expands he is responsible for Percept’s growth.
    – Shailendra Singh 
  10. Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and to their lives will be the movers and shakers in our society for the indefinite future.
    – Brian Tracy   
  11. One quality of leaders and high achievers in every area seems to be a commitment to ongoing personal and professional development.
    – Brian Tracy  
  12. Your ability to negotiate, communicate, influence, and persuade others to do things is absolutely indispensable to everything you accomplish in life. The most effective men and women in every area are those who can quite competently organize the cooperation and assistance of other people toward the accomplishment of important goals and objectives.
    – Brian Tracy 
  13. Leaders are made, not born. You learn to become a leader by doing what other excellent leaders have done before you. You become proficient in your job or skill, and then you become proficient at understanding the motivations and behaviors of other people.
    – Brian Tracy 
  14. It’s always interesting to watch people who have been incredibly successful in their own businesses work in a group made up of equally strong personalities. It takes a special kind of leader who can effectively manage a team of veritable strangers and find the best way to get strong, winning performances from them.
    – Donald Trump
  15. Leaders are people who can discern the inevitable and act accordingly. When people talk about business acumen, discernment is a big part of it. It’s a bit like gut instinct, but a little more developed.
    – Donald Trump 
  16. A leader leads by example not by force.
    – Sun Tzu – 
  17. The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand.
    – Sun Tzu 
  18. The expert in battle seeks his victory from strategic advantage and does not demand it from his men.
    – Sun Tzu 
  19. If words of command are not clear and distinct, if orders are not thoroughly understood, the general is to blame. But if his orders are clear, and the soldiers nevertheless disobey, then it is the fault of their officers.
    – Sun Tzu  
  20. I learned early on that one of the secrets to campus leadership was the simplest thing of all: speak to people coming down the sidewalk before they speak to you. I did that in college. I did it when I carried my papers. I would always look ahead and speak to the person coming toward me. If I knew them, I would call them by name, but even if I didn’t I would still speak to them. Before long, I probably knew more students than anybody in the university, and they recognized me and considered me their friend.
    – Sam Walton  
  21. Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.
    – Sam Walton  
  22. Some great people are leaders and others are more lucky, in the right place at the right time. I’d put myself in the latter category. But I’d never call myself a normal designer of anything.
    – Steve Wozniak 

 

 

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