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|How to Conquer the Business World With Kindness Linda Kaplan Thaler, Robin |
Koval. insights about ... Of course, there is more to success than just being nice—
hard work, intelligence, and talent are essential, too. We aren't ... Not only will it
take you further in your career and in your life, but you'll feel better about yourself.
|“Third,” she continued, “everything you say must be cushioned in kindness. For |
each remark that ... like you have. A good wife is intelligent and wise. ... “Kind
words take you much further than a sharp tongue,” Esther reiterated. ... It will not
be easy adjusting to a new home where you are on the outside.” Both girls ...
Instead, they would have to prove their value and their worth with their hard work.
|On the other hand, if you ride with kindness and intelligence you can build a |
partnership with your horse. ... So start by taking a sniff at your horse's nostrils –
this is what his equine friends would do – then use your fingers to pinch at his
mane. ... And we can go further still if we take the time to learn one of the natural
riding systems that encourage communication between horse and .... In either
case, you will have to work hard at counter-conditioning in order to teach him to
be by himself.
|A draught horse should have an energetic disposition, but should be free from |
vice, docile, tractable, and intelligent. ... only in modern times have many strains
of light horses worn a collar, and the wonder is rather that they take it so kindly. ...
shirks his share of the draught, as when the load is onoe started he will often do
more work than his willing companion. ... Besides the never-failing principle of
patience and kindness, there is always the reduction of nervous energy by hard
|I wasn't too bothered, I almost don't need one now anyway, but the man looked |
like you do when you've uncovered a new folk ... I might have you come and take
a look at 'em later. ... Peter proved to be a hard-working, intelligent young man. ...
"Do me a further kindness, Karl," said Adewole, "and document whatever you see
for me-whatever you see, mechanical or no. ... Their traditions might be lost in
less than a generation; radios and cheap imported paper would wipe them out. "I
|Let me know what I can do for him—perhaps I could contact public or private |
agencies, or send out inquiries about him?” “That would be a great help.” One
further, long interview did take place that afternoon. The team of psychiatrists
|forms, if you have a practical daily faith in the dignity of hard work, and in the |
worth of a good name, in the necessity of ... in the value of kindness and courtesy,
and in the duty of being cheerful, in the goodliness of trustful submission in trial,
and in ... But you will be at fault if you do not in a little time find congenial
employment, where you can give an honest intelligent ... believes in his
fellowmen, desires their intellectual and moral growth, and is glad to use his
wealth as a tool to further ...
|If your work is as well done as you can 'do it,' then that is all that is expected of |
you, and to that extent you are theequal of ... Further, work of this kind
strengthens one, and will enable one to attempt and attain greater things than
ever. ... Work unwearying, unceasing will bring an answer—and an answer that
will leave no room for discontent with oneself. ... having been destroyed by hard
work together with a constant forward movement, "doing the next thing” without
hesitancy or delay.
|Do you suppose you will ever hear of her as a great musician — or any kind of a |
musician? ... I am just as intelligent as she is. ... he answered: "O, the lessons are
getting kind of hard, and I don't see any use in a fellow working so hard for
nothing. ... and he will tell you that nothing pleased him better when in school
than to get hold of a really hard problem and work on ... kindness. For they said
every dose of this Hair Preservative must be "shaken up well and used often."
And the effect ...
|thoroughly >- ч t î ^ п d our exhibits will be far more successful that! we have ever |
expected. ... those interested in the invention that by its use one can sec into the
earth a distance of about twenty feet Rinl all kinds ... Prince was a miner himself
at one time and after years of hard work in which he had many disappointments
aflcr ... "Why, after years of watching the processes of nature, I no more doubt the
existence of an intelligence thai is running things than* I do the existence of