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Many people cause themselves a great deal of unnecessary grief by never seeming to learn that another human being is not what they think he ought to be, but who and what he really is. Deluding oneself about a person’s true nature is not only self-deceitful but self-destructive as well. The single most important thing […]
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One of the best-kept secrets when it comes to getting more done faster is to master the art of double- and triple-checking. Mistakes take way too much time.
When you depend on no one but yourself, not only can you can never be disappointed, you also increase the chances of controlling your destiny.
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I have, in the past, written letters of appreciation to 2 authors. One was to Ayn Rand for all her works, the other was to Harry Browne for his How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World. In my letters I thanked the authors for writing them. You, sir, are number three. Thank you for Winning through Intimidation.
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