More successful enterprises have been created for spite than for money.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
An actor can be ugly and still have no talent.
Executives rail against government bureaucracy from the confines of a corporate bureaucracy that would shame an apparatchik.
Professional courtesy is a conspiracy against the public.
Humanity for the first time is burdened with a vast proletariat of literate, ambitious, and demanding people who can’t really do anything.
You haven’t learned a trade until you are surprised to see it done well.
The good customer never reminds the shopkeeper how good a customer he is.
Restaurants fail more frequently than gas stations because no one dreams of quitting his corporate job to open a gas station.
Whatever the world’s greatest criminal mastermind is doing, it’s sure to be legal.
Do what you love, provided it is useful and remunerative. Otherwise do something else.