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Useful Quotes

  • Work is like a rock, paper, scissors game. There is no long-term winning play. You have to keep reinventing yourself just to stay employed.

  • Be thankful for every success, and learn from your failures.

  • You create your future with every decision you make or decide not to make.

  • Your money, or lack of it, only shows how much attention you have put on creating an exchange for what you produce. Figure out the exchange, then produce what is wanted.

  • The glass of life is neither half full or half empty. It is what you make of it.

  • Change someone's life. Encourage them to start a blog.

  • Secondhand opinions are not facts. Check the original source and be sure.

  • Keep your options open. One decision and you can change your life. It's that easy.

  • You cannot waste your working life waiting for your boss to become an enlightened manager.

  • You are the only one who can change your life. You must accept that responsibility to achieve freedom.

  • Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. It is no more complicated than that.

  • Success comes from good service delivered with warmth and grace. Easy to say - hard to accomplish, especially if you are insufficiently trained.

  • Good managers are few and far between. Let them know how much you appreciate them.

    a dead giveaway that the person doing the whining has not taken responsibility for his or her actions.

  • Happiness comes to those who manage their lives well. Your emotional well-being is priceless. Don't throw it away for mere money

  • You are far more capable than you let yourself believe

  • We need to learn from the past, not live in it.

  • Every blogger who writes a post about a buying experience helps create a database that can change the future of commerce.

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    "This book is a unique blend of dry wit, cynicism, and practical advice. If you work in a dysfunctional company, or have unexpectedly lost your job, I recommend this book."
    ~ Dwayne Melancon

    "Whether you are a veteran professional or a company neophyte, you will find yourself in this book."
    ~ Jane Chin