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|Byron, Lord No sadder proof can be given of a person's own tiny stature, than |
their disbelief in great people. - Carlyle, Thomas Criticism of others is futile and if
you indulge in it often you should be warned that it can be fatal to your career.
|Criticism of others is futile and if you indulge in it often you should be warned that |
it can be fatal to your career. Dale Carnegie LESSON 31 HOW TO GATHER
HONEY INSTEAD OF BEE STINGS There is no such being as a "self-made"
|Carnegie, Dale Criticism of others is futile and if you indulge in it often you should |
be warned that it can be fatal to your career. - Carnegie, Dale If you believe in
what you are doing, then let nothing hold you up in your work. Much of the best ...
|You can take the job you have...and improve it! You can take any situation you're in...and make it work for you! Since its release in 1936, How to Win Friends and Influence People has sold more than 15 million copies.|
|Gathers more than eleven thousand quotations arranged by more than fifteen hundred subjects from ability, banality, and candor to war, youth, and zoos|
|The text offers a unique and effective organization: Part I explains the fundamental concepts; Part II describes the most common barriers to critical thinking; Part III offers strategies for overcoming those barriers.|
|Harold Pinter's obsessive theme, from the late fifties, was men's struggle to gain |
an inch of advantage over each other. Only his domestic settings and his
characters' fascination with violence in language prevented his men from
attacking each other physically more often. ... K io Man's Land 'will not change or
grow old or move — it remains forever icy', says Harold Pinter to Paul Eddington
in ... It later transpires, I need hardly tell you, that this is no mere chance
encounter: the two men ...
|Throughout the book, a focus on resilience highlights prevention and recovery from the symptoms of various disorders. This edition also continues its emphasis on the multicultural, sociocultural and diversity aspects of abnormal psychology.|
|A conspicuous, and it is hoped not unpleasant, feature of the book is its abundant illustrative quotations from eminent poets.|