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  • Happiness is not an absence of problems; but the ability to deal with them
  • Learn to disagree without being disagreeable
  • Be tactful. Never alienate anyone on purpose
  • Hear both sides before judging
  • Failure is success if we learn from it
  • There is never a wrong time to do the right thing
  • A person with big dreams is more powerful that than one with all the facts
  • If you don’t love your job, move on
  • Pride makes us do things well, but it is love that makes us do them to perfection
  • Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear – Mark Twain
  • Never admit at work that your tired, angry or bored
  • When you arrive at your job in the morning, let the first thing you say brighten everyone’s day
  • Improve your performance by improving your attitude
  • Don’t waste time grieving over past mistakes. Learn from them and move on
  • Respect others: The diversity of our perspectives, experiences and ideas contribute to our innovation, results and workplace experience.
  • Some goals are so worthy, its glorious even to fail
  • When you have been wronged, a poor memory is your best response
  • When you judge others, you are revealing your own fears and or prejudices
  • No-one can make you feel inferior with out your consent
  • Don’t bore people with your problems. When someone asks you how you feel – say “Terrific, never better” or “Just peachy, thanks for asking”. When they ask “how is work?”  reply “Excellent, and getting better every day”

 

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