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Life is Like a Cafetaria (by: Burn G)
A friend's grandfather came to America from Eastern Europe. After being processed at Ellis Island, he went into a cafetaria in lower Manhattan to get something to eat. He sat down at an empty table and waited for someone to take his order. Of course nobody did.
Napoleon's Greatest Speech (by: Neil Eskelin)
"Why are some days great and others terrible? Is it because of chance or luck?" -- Danielle F.
One Step (by: Author Unknown)
Foolish people with all their other thoughts, have this one too: They are always getting ready to live, but never living.
Your success will start when you begin to pursue it. To reach your goal or to attain success, you don't need to know all of the answers in advance. You just need to have a clear idea of what your goal is.
Real Power, The (by: Neil Eskelin)
Simon Smith made it big in the department store business, with facilities in several states. At the grand opening of a new mall that included one of his stores, a reporter asked for an interview.
Secret of Success (by: Author Unknown)
"Sir, What is the secret of your success?" a reporter asked a bank president.
Sitting on Your Talent (by: Steve Goodier)
There was a man played piano in a bar. He was a good piano player. People came out just to hear him play. But one night, a patron told him he didn't want to hear him just play anymore. He wanted him to sing a song.
Sizzle! Sizzle! (by: Neil Eskelin)
Everyone likes excitement. When people bubble with personal energy, others enjoy being around them. Business firms like to hire a staff that brings zest to the establishment.
So Wise (by: Author Unknown)
An old country doctor was celebrated for his wisdom. "Dr. Sage," a young man asked, "how did you get so wise?"
Succes or Failure (by: Author Unknown)
A troubled man made an appointment with a rabbi. He was a wise and gentle rabbi. "Rabbi," said the man, wringing his hands, "i'm a failure. More than half the time I do not succeed in doing what I know I must."
Success Takes Off Like a Rocket (by: Patrick Combs)
It was a dream come true. My brother and I were in Orlando Florida to witness our first Space Shuttle Launch. The Discovery was scheduled to soar at 10:14 AM on a blue sky September day. I'd seen it go up so many times on television, but now I was only minutes away from seeing it launch with my own eyes - hearing it with my own ears.
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