” 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. “


” All successful employers are stalking men who will do the unusual, men who think, men who attract attention by performing more than is expected of them. “


” The men who miss success have two general alibis: ‘I’m not a genius’ is one, the other, ‘There aren’t the opportunities today there used to be.’ Neither excuse holds. The first is beside the point, the second is altogether wrong. “


” Most talk about ‘super-geniuses’ is nonsense. I have found that when ‘stars’ drop out, successors are usually at hand to fill their places, and the successors are merely men who have learned by application and self-discipline to get full production from an average, normal brain. “


” A man will succeed in anything about which he has real enthusiasm, in which he is genuinely interested, provided that he will take more thought about his job than the men working with him. The fellow who sits still and does what he is told will never be told to do big things. “


” Many men fail because they do not see the importance of being kind and courteous to the men under them. Kindness to everybody always pays for itself. And, besides, it is a pleasure to be kind. “


” I have always believed that the aristocracy of any country should be the men who have succeeded – the men who have aided in upbuilding their country – the men who have contributed to the efficiency and happiness of their fellow men. “


” The real test of business greatness is in giving opportunity to others. Many business men fail in this because they are thinking only of personal glory. “



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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.
All successful employers are stalking men who will do the unusual, men who think, men who attract attention by performing more than is expected of them.


The men who miss success have two general alibis:
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A man will succeed in anything about which he has real enthusiasm, in which he is genuinely interested, provided that he will take more thought about his job than the men working with him. The fellow who sits still and does what he is told will never be told to do big things.
Many men fail because they do not see the importance of being kind and courteous to the men under them. Kindness to everybody always pays for itself. And, besides, it is a pleasure to be kind.
I have always believed that the aristocracy of any country should be the men who have succeeded - the men who have aided in upbuilding their country - the men who have contributed to the efficiency and happiness of their fellow men.
The real test of business greatness is in giving opportunity to others. Many business men fail in this because they are thinking only of personal glory.
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