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|At work, in your home, substitute success thinking for failure thinking. When you |
... When you compete with someone else, think, I'm equal to the best, not I'm out-
classed. ... Shakespeare, William I was a freethinker before I knew how to think.
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|Bierce, Ambrose In thinking, if a person begins with certainties, they shall end in |
doubts, but if they can begin with doubts, they will end in certainties. — Bacon ...
Shaw, George Bernard I was a freethinker before I knew how to think. — ShaiD ...
|Thought. “I was a free thinker before I knew how to think.” George Bernard Shaw |
... Today I do not hinder my thinking, particularly around spiritual matters,
because of pride. I may not like change. I may find it hard to accept attitudes and
|Shaw, George Bernard I was a freethinker before I knew how to think. - Shaw, |
George Bernard Few people think more than two or three times a year. I have
made an international reputation for myself thinking once or twice a week. - Shaw
|Victor Hugo “They can do all because they think they can.” — Virgil “To think |
great thoughts you must be heroes, as well as idealists.” — Oliver Wendell
Holmes, Jr. “I was a freethinker before I knew how to think.” — George Bernard
Shaw “I ...
|47 Before money was invented, The play was a success, but. ASTRONAUT |
ATHEISM ASTRONA UT The advertising world had space men in it before
spacemen existed. ... William James I was a freethinker before I knew how to
|Later he reflected, "I was a Freethinker before I knew how to think." Shaw did not |
attend school until he was 10, and then he loathed it and left after five years. His
first employment was as an office boy in a firm of estate agents. He detested ...
|I was a free—thinker before I knew how to think. — GEORGE BERNARD SHAW |
Facts, my dear Sancho, are the enemies of the Truth. — MIGUEL DE
CERVANTES DON QUIXOTE Be still Listen to the stones of the wall Be silent,
they try to ...
|What makes these particular women able to do so well in the workplace? Fueled by curiosity, Barbara Stanny, author of Price Charming Isn't Coming: How Women Get Smart About Money (Viking Penguin), set out to research this phenomenon.|