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  • Good deeds don’t go unpunished.
  • We have lost speed and momentum and thus precious time.  Time that cannot be recovered.
  • There is no guarantee of a return but perhaps of passing on a glorious legacy.
  • Close your eyes and pretend it was a bad dream.  Is that how you want to get by?
  • There is no honor in losing, is there?
  • No plan is better than knowing where your destination is and make it as you go along.
  • Should I lend you a machete to your intellectual thick head?
  • This precise attitude of “giving someone a 2nd chance” is what got us in this mess!.
  • Success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure. (Only the paranoid survive, Andrew Grove)
  • Your problem is that your weakness are stronger than your goals.
  • I want people who dream and are willing to sweat for their dream (Jack Welch)
  • What people belief they will do
  • Whatever the mind of man can believe it can achieve
  • Perhaps yesterday you misjudge me on my good deeds, and perhaps today you misjudge me on my bad deeds, but I will remain myself and I never worry about others judging me. (Cao Cao).
  • In time of chaos, rises opportunity. (and the perfect time for men of ambition to seize the opportunity). (Cao Cao)
  • The greatest traitors resemble an honest man and the greatest falsehood comes as truth. Truthfulness and righteousness cannot be discerned by appearances.
  • What people sing is what people think.
  • There are no successful leaders that win forever, there are only successful leaders than don’t give up after a defeat and these leaders grow stronger with experience.
  • If you have a grand cause, live without regrets. (never look back with regrets).
  • Confidence is key and overconfidence leads to failure.
  • Success and failure are 2 faces of the same coin.
  • Victors become kings, losers become rebels.
  • You know you have something big when you can say: “Most believe this is right, the reality it is NOT”.
  • Is wrong to think money alone can solve problems. (Jack Ma).
    • Using money is just a tactical tool for problem solving, not strategic, like an army should be deployed carefully and seldom and if so, it must win!
  • In times of most complains, is the time of most opportunities. 
  • Change brings unhappiness but change brings opportunities as well.
    • If you adapt to changes, you will succeed.