To make a small problem vanish, turn it into a big problem.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
Sometimes you can fix your problems by finding yourself a new one.
Easy tasks are easier than they look, and hard ones are much, much harder.
We credit vaccines with what we owe to sanitation, and the rest of medicine with what we owe to vaccines.
Only a tiny minority of the employees of a large corporation concern themselves, even in an abstract and indirect way, with profit and loss.
If you must pursue your passion, at least do it dispassionately.
The great task of industrial civilization was to create leisure, and the great task of post-industrial civilization is to occupy it.
Proper service demands the extinction of personality, the entire subjugation of oneself to another’s needs and desires. In America, where this runs counter to the national religion, it cannot be had at any price.
The complacent success begins as a resentful failure.
If you’re not too good at your job, you’re not too good for your job.