Give your staff long vacations to find out which ones you can do without.
If you have an excuse, don't use it.
Once, I thought I was wrong. But I was mistaken.
Some people set their watches by your clock.
Digging for facts is better exercise than jumping to conclusions.
Experience helps you make an old mistake in a new way.
The stock market is excellent exercise: You run scared, lift your hopes, and push your luck.
Failure: the opportunity to begin again -- more wisely.
Experience is what makes your mistakes so familiar.
Exercise suggestions: jump to conclusions, run up bills, stretch the truth, bend over backwards, lie down on the job, sidestep responsibility, and push your luck.