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|Lebowitz, Fran The penalty of success is to be bored by the attentions of people |
who formerly snubbed you. - Little, Malcolm. ... Luckman, Charles To have known
the best, and to have known it for the best, is success in life. - Mackay, John W.
|when we will get it from someone who is not interested in our success or well-|
being. In such a world you will find many good people. I have known a mother
who was deserted by her husband who was a dipsomaniac. She had a small
infant whom ... You have the ability to play the game of life. Think of the person
who sits ...
|Witty, entertaining and provocative, this is a unique and important book that will transform your perspective of parenting forever.|
|lives does not consider what we have been through or what we have known in |
the past. ... If not the second, then the third, fourth until we get it and can stand on
our own feet. ... Better is not good enough, the best is yet to come in your life.
|Success. The examples are plentiful. The best brand themselves by |
differentiating the way they look at life. The most successful people in the world
view life, both ... You better have known the answer to that question before you
|Contrary to what you might think, stress can serve a positive function in your life. |
... with the best attitude can fall prey to stress. ... Personal Stressors Some of you
are living with people you have known for a relatively short period of time. Others
|Nélaton, the great surgeon, said that if he had four minutes in which to perform an |
operation on which a life depended, he would take one minute to consider how
best to do it. You cannot afford not to know “how best to do it.” Do you realize ...
|I have known Yale students whose schedules were so crowded with |
commitments as to make the Secretary of State seem like a lady of ... It's quite
possible to lead a whole life in successful compliance with some external
protocol of success.
|Second, children who are adopted from institutions, at ages beyond infancy, have |
the right to the best chances of a successful adoption outcome. Success includes
being prepared for life in a family different from the one they may have known ...