No wife endure a gampling husband; unless he is a steady winner

Thomas Dewar

“Then, avoiding bold, blind moves, rookies reduce risk by taking small, calculated steps while keeping their eyes wide open.” Rookie Smarts by Liz Wiseman

The more you go to your limits, the more your limits will expand. —ROBIN SHARMA

“Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran captured this temptation in his exquisite book The Prophet: “The lust for comfort, that stealthy thing that enters the house a guest, and then becomes a host, and then a master.”” Rookie Smarts by Liz Wiseman

“Rookies work without excessive ego, they improvise, and they just keep moving. They are improvisers and imperfectionists.” Rookie Smarts by Liz Wiseman

“I had just made the realization that life is indestructible and that there is no such thing as time, only the present.” Henry Miller On Writing

“I learned, by bitter experience, to hold my tongue; I learned to sit in silence, and even smile, when actually I was foaming at the mouth. I learned to shake hands and say how do you do to all these innocent-looking fiends who were only waiting for me to sit down in order to suck my blood.” Henry Miller On Writing

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