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|Pierre Corneille, a seventeenth-century playwright, wrote. To win without risk is to |
triumph without glory." Risk is paramount to the success of your business; without
it, there is no joy, no thrill, and no eminence. But the risk in starting a business ...
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|Italian proverb “Nobody has ever bet enough on a winning horse.” — American |
proverb “When in doubt who will win, be neutral.” — Swiss proverb “To win
without risk is to triumph without glory.” — Corneille “Always at it wins the day.
|Peter McWilliams To win without risk is to triumph without glory.—Pierre Corneille |
Do not eat your heart.—Pythagoras That which offends the ear will not easily gain
admission to the mind. —Quintilian There is a great deal of pain in life and ...
|Coolidge, Calvin To win without risk is to triumph without glory. - Corneille, Pierre |
In order to conquer, what we need is to dare, still to dare, and always to dare. -
Danton, Georges Perseverance and audacity generally win! - Deluzy, Madame ...
|Under such conditions, a certain equilibrium subsists between winners and |
losers. The winner can savor his victory because the loser has demonstrated his
talent. “To win without risk is to triumph without glory.” To say this does not merely
|An International Comparative Study John A. Estrella. To win without risk is to |
triumph without glory. —Pierre Corneille CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY This
chapter discusses the research design and 94.
|There was no way to tell. The blade entered hole number three ... He fired on a |
missile battery and spoke through internal speakers at the same time. “Okay,
Acosta. You win. ... didn't matter at all. 10 To win without risk is to triumph without
|The commandments of God should be followed because of love of God, not |
because of fear of God — The Talmud There ... To win without risk is to triumph
without glory — Pierre Corneille (1606–1684) Why do so many lottery winners
end up ...
|Indeed, there were times when he seemed to play more like a full-back, |
apparently believing that to win without risk was to triumph without glory. Almost
every time he got the ball in his hands and took off on a bullocking run, he could
bring the ...
|That man would surely not be Nick. An iron bar was laid across the hole from |
which a rope led down into the shaft like an old-fashioned well. Claude looked up
at Nick sternly. “To win without risk is to triumph without glory.” With these words