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|—RUSSELL BAKER Opportunity is sometimes hard to recognize if you're only |
looking for a lucky break. —MONTA CRANE Opportunity's favorite disguise is
trouble. —FRANK TYGER in Rotary “Scandal Sheet” (Graham, Texas)
|We can, however, prepare ourselves against the event of opportunity's finding us |
unready.” Great Captains Before Napoleon “The ... Captain M. Rious, Royal
Canadian Army “Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble.” Frank Tyger
|Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble. —Frank Tyger As appealing as it |
sounds to live in a perpetual paradise, we don't learn much when everything is
perfect. A crisis is a turning point, a decisive moment that challenges us to dig
deep and ...
|—Denis Waitley Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble. —English Proverb |
Success is not getting to top—but how you bounce on the bottom that counts. —
Unknown I'm a pessimist about probabilities; I'm an optimist about possibilities.
|But God is in the recycling business. He recycles past experiences and uses them to prepare us for future opportunities. That is the story of my life. And that is the story of your life.|
|Woodrow Wilson Break the barriers Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble. — |
Frank Tyger Seize the summits My father seems pretty comfortable being in the
present moment, and he is never in a hurry. He takes life at his own pace, and he
|Poet and Satirist With a family of five to support, this called for a good game plan. |
“Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble.” Frank Tyger I got rid of our second car
and started driving my wife to and from work every day. We both quit smoking.
|I couldn't resist. I took him. Certainly we would find him a home through the husky |
rescue network quickly enough. Oh, and the name on his card, given by his
previous owner, was Taz. .. —Scott Ski “Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble.
|Opportunity's favorite disguise is trouble. Frank Tyger 673. Some things have to |
be believed to be seen. Ralph Hodgson 674. Aim high! It is no harder to shoot the
feathers off an eagle than it is to shoot the fur off a skunk. Troy Moore 675.