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Best advice of successful businessmen

Best advice of successful businessmen


23.04.2020 (№ LDaily #2)

Best advice of successful businessmen

Albert Einstein:

«Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value».

Jonas Ridderstråle:

«Combine technology with faith and the money will be very close».

Thomas Jefferson:

«Nothing gives one person so much advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled under all circumstances».

David Ogilvy:

«If one beautiful day you find yourself telling the same to cardinal and acrobat, you’re done. Different social, professional and age groups need different approaches».

Charles Kettering:

«A problem well stated is a problem half-solved».

Aristotle Onassis:

«To be successful, keep looking tanned, live in an elegant building (even if you stay in the attic), be seen in smart restaurants (even if you only nurse one drink) and if you borrow, borrow big».

Henri Deterding:

«There is a master key to success with which no man can fail. Its name is simplicity. Simplicity, I mean, in the sense of reducing to the simplest possible terms every problem that besets us. Whenever I have met a business proposition which, after taking thought, I could not reduce to simplicity, I have left it alone».

Gilbert K. Chesterton:

«I owe my success to having listened respectfully to the very best advice, and then going away and doing the exact opposite».

John D. Rockefeller:

«I would rather hire a man with enthusiasm, than a man who knows everything».

Terry Gibson:

«Do not look for people who do not lie, there are no such. Look for those who lie but don’t betray, you can deal with those».

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