Power is a Trust

 

 

“All power is a trust; and we are accountable for its exercise.” – Benjamin Disraeli

“Whoever is under a man’s power is under his protection, too.” – David W. Schwartz

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“The end result of kindness is that it draws people to you.”

 

 

2 quotes from one of my current reads one by Anita Roddick and one by Sir Richard Branson

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which do you work on the most … both and we need to accept the 3rd

 

 

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Partnership Relationships

 

 

Sam Walton said; “I think every good company has got to have … a partnership relationship, really with their employees. You have got to work in their best interest … and eventually it will come back to the company.”

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My Favorite Quote

Ever since I was a teenager, my favorite quote is by John Dillinger. It states, “Never let them make you crawl.” Yes, I know that John Dillinger is a notorious American criminal from the 1930s. He robbed banks with the Dillinger Gang and was killed in a shootout with the FBI. When I picked this quote and put it up in my bedroom, my mom was not happy with me. She took it that I was holding up John as a role model. I was not. I was picking the wisdom from his life.

 

It is true that I was using it as “fight the man,” as the saying goes. To buck my parent and societal norms. I didn’t want to be like the masses. I wanted to be my own man and create my own path. This quote has changed in its meaning to me over time because of my personal growth journey.

 

Today, it means I don’t let others affect my attitude, goals, and mindset. It means that I carve my own path in the world, and I don’t let others throw me off. It also means that I have to read, listen, and associate with people that are smarter and have much more wisdom and experience. Reading a book is one of the fastest ways to pick up wisdom and experience from others. In a few hours, we can assimilate the life experience of another. Imagine that in 8 to 10 hours, we can bring new ideas and experiences into our own minds!

 

read more at Brainz Magazine

 

by Clayton M. Christensen

 

 

a great book about the challenges of innovators and why most of them are underdogs.

reading changes your brain and challenges your presumptions, pick up a book and install new software!

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