The mark of the journalist is to confuse truth with accuracy.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
Crime committed on a large enough scale ceases to be criminal. It becomes business as usual, or Realpolitik, or statesmanship.
A career can be fashioned from a single idea. Two may be tolerated. Three or more are fatal.
Accidents happen not when alarms fail to go off, but when they go off too often.
The one indispensable element in starting a business is gross overconfidence.
Nothing offends like efficacy.
It’s a dog-eat-dog world, unless the dogs happen to belong to the same professional guild.
It is often only slightly more trouble to do a thing well than to do it badly.
The burden of mastery is to feel forever like a fraud.
Apprenticeship, mastery, eminence, death.