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|Flaubert, Gustave What you have outside you counts less than what you have |
inside you. - Forbes, B. C. Courage is the capacity to conduct oneself with
restraint in times of prosperity and with courage and tenacity when things do not
|—Eleanor Roosevelt What you have outside you counts less than what you have |
inside you. —B. C. Forbes If a man does not keep pace with his companions,
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music
|What you have outside you counts less than what you have inside you. - B. C. |
Forbes 1880 – 1954; Scottish-American financial journalist, author, & founder of
Forbes Magazine. Always take the high road for the low road is filled with anger,
|A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly; and there is a friend that |
sticketh closer than a brother. —Proverbs 18:24 BUSINESS IN ... What you have
outside you counts less than what you have inside you. — B. C. Forbes. If all the
|Are you beginning to see the value in every word you choose to tell yourself? I |
hope so! ... We often think that we have to “find” ourselves in life. Yet we don't ...
You can't afford to treat yourself as anything less than the coolest person on the
planet. Does it seem ... It's not only how you think about yourself inside that
counts. Your confidence also manifests on the outside, in how you carry yourself.
In fact ...
|summer afternoon, however, it can get pretty sweltering inside a gym that's not air|
- conditioned. You'll sometimes see portable fans set up around an indoor court
in the summer, to circulate the air and also to try to keep the floor dry. ... Indoor
courts also tend to be in better condition than courts on outdoor playgrounds,
which usually get less regular maintenance. In a school gym or a rec center, you
usually can count on rims that are not bent, smooth backboards, and nets
hanging from ...
|Albert Einstein — Dean Rusk What you have outside you counts less than what |
you have inside you. — B. C. Forbes The free expression of opinion, as
experience has taught us, is the safety valve of passion. The noise of the rushing
|leaves us with a life that is less than what we want and far less than what Christ |
promises to us. So we continue ... than satisfied. Something deep inside haunts
us. ... Being a participant in a T-ball game as a kid doesn't count; you must have
experienced the activity from the perspective of an outside, objective observer. I
|If it beats slowly or not at all, this is a good indication that your f-a third was tuned |
inside rather than outside pure. You could go back and start all over again, but
remember, you only have an hour! ... But do not sacrifice the usefulness of your D
- major triad to get those less-often used combinations better in tune; remember,
the ... the beat rate will be doubled two octaves away, and hence easier to hear (
no need to count the beats — all you have to hear is that the interval is not pure).
|Maybe you want to ask a few questions of your field sales force, and their |
management has agreed to assist you. Maybe you have customers attending an
event and you are curious about a couple of things. Of course you ... You're not
calling to take a count, but to get inside people's heads and gain a perspective.
That's an ... As noted in Chapter 4, and in contrast to survey research, you are
probably better placed than an outside vendor to conduct an effective interview.
So why not do ...