Mar 05

Quotes to Ponder…

“When we focus on the journey, we realize that the way we do things matters more than the profit, more than profit margin, the vote talley, the scorecard or who “won” And when we do things the right way – with honesty, integrity and respect for others – we experience the peace of mind that is the true hallmark of success.”


He who knows others is learned. He who knows himself is wise.” – Lao Tse


Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” – Einstein


According to a Harvard study: “up to 75% of the value of corporations is made up of intangible assets – human capital, organizational capital, information capital, culture capital, leadership and customer loyalty.”


David Whyte: “Many of the qualities now asked for in the post-modern workplace are qualities close to the human heart; qualities which cannot be legislated or coerced.  Creativity, adaptability, vision and passion all appear when the individual places their work in the greater perspective of their own destiny.”


Richard Branson: “Time and time again, I’ve seen people with a broad employment history and skill set, who aren’t an obvious fit for a particular role bring a new perspective to a position and become incredibly successful.”