• b2728154589idézettelőző év
    "My popularity, my happiness and sense of worth depend to no small extent upon my skill in dealing with people."
  • Yanna Yannaidézett2 évvel ezelőtt
    They used these words: "I salute the Divinity in you." They saluted the divinity in every man, and in the wild animals in the jungle, and they were never harmed, for they saw only God in every living thing.
  • Yanna Yannaidézettelőző év
    Money is God in manifestation, as freedom from want and limitation, but it must be always kept in circulation and put
    to right uses. Hoarding and saving react with grim vengeance.
    This does not mean that man should not have houses and lots, stocks and bonds, for "the barns of the righteous man shall be full." It means man should not hoard even the principal, if an occasion arises, when money is necessary. In letting it go out fearlessly and cheerfully he opens the way for more to come in, for God is man's unfailing and inexhaustible supply.
  • Vuyi Neneidézett2 évvel ezelőtt
    “My popularity, my happiness and sense of worth depend to no small extent upon my skill in dealing with people.”
  • Vuyi Neneidézett2 évvel ezelőtt
    You will find at the end of this book blank pages on which you should record your triumphs in the application of these principles. Be specific. Give names, dates, results. Keeping such a record will inspire you to greater efforts; and how fascinating these entries will be when you chance upon them some evening years from now!
  • Vuyi Neneidézett2 évvel ezelőtt
    I asked myself:
    “‘What mistakes did I make that time?’
    “‘What did I do that was right—and in what way could I have improved my performance?’
    “‘What lessons can I learn from that experience
  • Vuyi Neneidézett2 évvel ezelőtt
    a. Develop a deep, driving desire to master the principles of human relations.
    b. Read each chapter twice before going on to the next one.
    c. As you read, stop frequently to ask yourself how you can apply each suggestion.
    d. Underscore each important idea.
    e. Review this book each month.
    f. Apply these principles at every opportunity. Use this volume as a working handbook to help you solve your daily problems.
    g. Make a lively game out of your learning by offering some friend a dime or a dollar every time he or she catches you violating one of these principles.
    h. Check up each week on the progress you are making. Ask yourself what mistakes you have made, what improvement, what lessons you have learned for the future.
    i. Keep notes in the back of this book showing how and when you have applied these principles
  • Vuyi Neneidézettelőző év
    “As much as we thirst for approval, we dread condemnation.”
  • Vuyi Neneidézettelőző év
    “I will speak ill of no man,” he said, “. . . and speak all the good I know of everybody.”
  • Vuyi Neneidézettelőző év
    Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain—and most fools do.
    But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.
    “A great man shows his greatness,” said Carlyle, “by the way he treats little men.”
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