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|... disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try. I've always tried to |
go a step past wherever people expected me to end up. You don't always get
what you ask for, but you never get what you don't ask for . . . unless it's
|"You don't always get what you ask for, but you never get what you don't ask for... |
unless it's contagious!" - Franklyn Broude In the late 1990s, during the "dot-com"
days, I worked for Mark Breier, the CEO of a start-up company. Mark would ...
|[Matthew 7:7-8] - Bible You don't always get what you ask for, but you |
never get what you don't ask for... unless it's contagious! - Broude, Franklyn My
greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions.
|Give them the best impression you can of yourself and their new neighborhood. 2|
. ... You'll find it's contagious to those around you. It's easy to sit around and gripe
about everything in your life going wrong, but nobody wants to hear it. People ...
Be the one to take the reins and get the project off the ground. ... Don't ask some
stranger on the next bar stool to evaluate your business—be selective in whom
you ask for help. ... You will never be one unless you can see yourself as one.
|'I didn't get a degree' • 'I'm not qualified enough' • 'I'm over qualified' These are all |
related to good old 'excusitis'. Be careful, it's highly contagious. ... Should anyone
ask you 'What's your best age?' always answer 'Right now's my best age!' Think
about this for amoment and realise thatage isonly anumber – unless you allowit
to become a label that restricts and ... She told me she had calmly smiled at
herfriend and said, 'But don't you see, I'll get to being fiftytwo years old whatever I
|And the fact that I'm saying again, again, means Ihave noone to blame but myself, |
again. ... “Don't be angry with the person who points out one of your mistakes.
They're trying to make you not wrong again, unlike the person who doesn't,
unless it's every little thing.” “Contagious personalities are usually the first ones
you get sick of.” “How do I know ... “Youcan always tell how phoney someone
was by how very not they turn.” “How do ... “It never hurt anyone to ask who ever
|GUY: I've always worn jammies. Don't think ... SAM: It's just that . . . SALLY ... |
Then don't you freeze to death in nothing but your underwear? SAM: You can ask
the damnedest questions. SALLY ... And I've never seen anything like it. Water for
just miles and miles. It made me thirsty. GUY [Shaking head] : Had to stop at a
filling station to get her a drink. ... GUY: Cab fare — unless you want to pay me
|We so often make the mistake of thinking that if we don't get what we ask for, God |
must not care about us. Nothing in the Bible supports ... It's so short that unless
you're specifically looking for it, you might miss it. But it's a powerful example of ...
|“You always have,” I reminded her. “You ... “But we should probably get this stuff |
out of eyesight.” “You're ... It was very nice of you to think of me.” His blue eyes lit
up when he smiled. “Why wouldn't I think of you? You're ... “It does, unless that
person is a close friend,” I continued. ... Why do you ask, Rissy? ... I just don't
want you to have a new best friend,” I confessed. ... Don't worry!” “Good, because
I'd probably have to kill you if you did.” “See, that's exactly why I'd never replace
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