Every business is disposable. Every businessman understands this and almost no one else does.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
If you aren’t indispensable, you’re probably useless.
One must admire psychiatry’s enterprising spirit: not content with lobotomy, electroshock, hydrotherapy, and tranquilization, it has pressed boldly forward to gender reassignment surgery on confused adolescents.
Multitasking is easy; the great trick is to do only one thing at a time.
It is simple to be a corrupt official, yet the job is frequently botched.
A salesman, unlike a psychology professor, must understand psychology.
Talent, to a man who has it, is like water to a fish. It surrounds him, and he sees only his effort to employ it.
Art experts concern themselves with provenance because they have no other way to spot a fake.
Appointments are made with resignation and kept with foreboding.
Science is Science, and Policy Policy, and never the twain shall meet.