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|(Takashi Osada) “Teamplayer: one who unites others towards a shared destiny |
through sharing information and ideas, empowering others and ... (Brian Tracy) “
Always try to do something for the other fellow and you will be agreeably
surprised how things come your way, how many pleasing things are done for you
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with Fellow Designers You may have seen it before: hackles go up, there's a lot
of hissing, ... You may think that you can do all kinds of design: everything from
illustration Always try to do something for the other fellow and you will be
agreeably surprised how things come your way -- how many pleasing things are
done for you.
|Everything works in co-operation with something else. - Bradley, Preston Always |
try to do something for the other fellow and you will be agreeably surprised how
things come your way -- how many pleasing things are done for you. - Bristol ...
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|But one day when he came to ask for something his father said to him : " My son, |
don't you think you give away a great deal of money?" " Why, yes, pa," said he, "
and I do love to give it." " But then you come to me for all you give. It is not your ...
Yes ; every good thing we have God gives us. ... Like a great many other people,
he had forgotten that the money which he had was not his own, but God's. ... And
when we die He will call us to give Him an account of the use we have made of it.
|1 wish you would not talk in that way, papa ; nothing would ever induce me to |
marry for money. ... I don't find any thing so remarkably agreeable in poor men. ...
Have you seen any thing of that fellow Granger, by- the-way ? ... Lovel asked with
something of a wry face, as if the existence of Daniel Granger's daughter was not
a pleasing circumstance in his mind. ... much of me — in the way of sentiment, I
mean — we shall get on very well, as we have done since your return from
|Mr. Darcy finds himself captivated by Elizabeth’s wit and candor, while her reservations about his character slowly vanish. The story is as much a social critique as it is a love story, and the prose crackles with Austen’s wry wit.|
|I am done with it now : it is a pleasing notice — hedgey, a little — is pulled up |
short here and there — but agreeable, ... what they must do? most men are not
dynamic — they are static : they would rather some one else did the revolutionary
things. ... the scribbling fellows : they are dragged in: they would do something
different if doing this was not so damned much easier. ... I recall that in one of my
talks with Emerson he~"j said : ' You have a great pack howling at your heels
|I am too well aware of the utter improbability of your consenting to such a thing to |
make the request, if I myself did not know ... Under the circumstances, I presume,
you would rather they were made by deputy;" and Fred took up his hat But fate ...
more advantageous position than the one I now hold, and I have accepted it,"
answered Fred, in much the same tone as ... "Yes, that's the reason, Allie; and Mr.
Asheroft has come to say good-bye," said Mr. Wheatley, anxious to end the scene
R. S. O'Loughlin, H. F. Montgomery, Charles Dwyer - 1921
|You know how bad it is for you to dwell on it. It gets on your nerves and you start |
imagining all sorts of things, until, of course, there's no chance of you sleeping. If
you keep on like this you'll make me feel a perfect criminal for taking the house.