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|Marden, Orison Swett When complaints are freely heard, deeply considered and |
speedily reformed, then is the utmost bound of civil liberty attained that wise men
look for. - Milton, John Never excuse, never explain, never complain.
|It's never our fault! we blame our parents, teachers, bosses, clients, friends, or |
even the person who sewed a pocket on to a costume . ... There is one thing I
know for certain: When it comes to making excuses or apportioning blame, if we
say them enough times then they ... 9.3.2. never explain, never complain “Some
men have thousands of reasons why they cannot do what they want to, when all
|Explanations and complaints are exactly not promises and excuses, which are |
structural performatives, whose uttering is ... In a certain sense a promise can
never quite be kept or broken (although this does not concern the performance of
|Excuses Never excuse. Never explain. Never complain. Motto of the British |
Foreign Service (Leadership, Character) Expectations Treat a man as he
appears to be, and you make him worse. But treat a man as if he already were
what he ...
|So, find a way, not an excuse. Never complain and never explain. “Admitting |
errors clears the score and proves you wiser than before” (Arthur Guiterman).
Doing a job right is always easier than fabricating an alibi for why you didn't. You
|Charles I 1600–49 British monarch: letter to LordWentworth, 3 September 1636 |
Never complain and never explain. ... J. Morley Life of William Ewart Gladstone (
1903) To accuse requires less eloquence (such is man's nature) than to excuse.
|American proverb, mid 20th century 2 A bad excuse is better than none. it is |
better to attempt to give some kind of explanation, even a weak one; ... 2 '
Thoughts on Various Subjects' Never complain ... Oscar Wilde 1854–1900: The
Importance of Being Earnest (1899) Never explain—your friends do not need it
and your ...
|ROBERT HOLMES à COURT The horizon of opportunity is limited only by the |
capacity of management. BHP PHILOSOPHY Never complain, never explain and
above all, never resign. JACK LANG There is never any excuse for rudeness or ...
|Father and his, “Never explain. Never complain. Take responsibility for your |
actions. Don't make excuses.” All very well, but Doctor Micks would decide if
Fingal, indeed any student, would be regarded as satisfactory or would be
expected to ...
|1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Never explain—your friends do not need it, and your enemies will |
not believe you anyway. ... —Chico Marx, attributed, in Groucho Marx and
Richard J. Anobile, Marx Brothers Scrapbook  Never complain, never
explain. ... Often the full excuse was used: “I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know