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Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|Any excuse will serve a tyrant. Rec. dist.: Fla. 3. Don't make excuses; make good. |
Rec. dist.: N.Y. 1st cit.: US1905Hubbard, Epigrams. 20c. coll.: Stevenson 720:5. 4
. He who is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything else. Var.
|It is the want of good example, more than anything else, which so often defeats |
parental instructions. 312. EXCUSES. Franklin. He that is good at making
excuses, is seldom good for anything else. Pope. An excuse is a lie, guarded. He
who is ...
|he who laughs last, laughs longest on the basis that he who fights and runs away |
may live to fight another day, but I have ... never without fault nor the present
without excuse. he who is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything
2009 - 560 pages
|“It is the little more that wins,” he said. ... —Speak the Language of Success |
excuses A man who wants to be something will find a way; a man who doesn't
will find an ... He who is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything
|They're the only chance you have to move your company during these tough |
times. “He that is good at making excuses is seldom good for anything else.”
Even in the 1700s, the whining of Ducks would aggravate the Eagles of that time.
|the Lord!' " (John 21:7). Others are like Peter; they need to have events |
interpreted to them before they recognize God's presence. ... According to Ben
Franklin, "He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else."
As Peter ...
|He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. (Benjamin |
Franklin) Why do excuses rule responsibility and accountability? It is easier to
make excuses and blame someone else rather than take responsibility for our ...
|If you lie to yourself or pamper yourself by making excuses and blaming others |
for your condition, or you procrastinate instead of taking ... According to Benjamin
Franklin, “He that is good at making excuses is seldom good for anything else”.
|Making Excuses He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything |
else (Benjamin Franklin) Most of us are guilty of having done something we
shouldn't have or of not doing something we should have. When we are
|This doesn't mean it's our own fault whenever anything bad happens to us; it |
means that how we respond reveals our character. ... And Ben Franklin agreed,
arguing that "he that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else