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|Beausacq, Maria De Habit is a great deadener. - Beckett, Samuel Habit is a |
shackle for the free. - Bierce, Ambrose Never permit failure to become a habit. -
Book, William Frederick Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.
|About Business In order to be successful in your business or career, you have to |
develop habits that are consistent with your line of work. All businesses require
certain habits ... Never permit failure to become a habit. William Fredrick Book 72
|Since habits are essential ingredients of our life, to part with some of them and |
acquire new ones is not that easy. It is almost a surgical ... So, your focus should
be to score real success and never permit failure to occur. You have to prove that
|During this time his diet was what would be called sparing for a man of his habit. |
He never permitted himself to take food between meals, which were taken at six
in the morning, at twelve at noon, and again at seven in the evening. Never ...
|Certain programs in the fields of health, education, and manpower never |
command resources commensurate with their expressed goals. ... Thus one can
say about many a program of the Great Society what G. B. Shaw said about
Christianity: it has not failed; it has never been tried. ... Here the habit of Crisis-
mon- gering is an important part of the difficulty. When every problem is blown
into a Crisis, the government must promise to do everything in order to be
permitted to do anything.
|Cowardice on the other hand, dissipates both our mental and moral forces, |
thereby inviting failure. ... Form the habit of never thinking of anything unfavorable
to yourself or anyone else. ... failure. When you permit yourself to be influenced
|If the horse is turned suddenly round with the inward or leading rein only, without |
being properly pressed up to the bridle, ... From this rule he ought never to be
permitted to break of his own accord, nor to turn abruptly round on a more ... of
the fair rider's skill, and, accordingly, a particular in which ladies very frequently
|There are some fairly commonplace habits that every account handler would do |
well to avoid. And other habits that are ... Never make excuses. Your agency's ...
Failure permits no excuses: either succeed or be honest about it. Always own up
|They are easy to discover because of their habits of fear in attacking new |
problems. The man with courage is never afraid. Start out today with the idea that
there is no reason why you should not be courageous. If any fear-thoughts come
to you ...
|Clarence Saunders' failure as a store clerk yielded him an idea from which he |
made a profit of four million dollars in four years. ... The great Law of Change had
to throw Milo C. Jones flat on his back and break up his old habits, by which he
earned his living with his hands, ... Verily, nature never permits an individual to
be deprived of any of his inborn rights and blessings without providing him with