George Horace Lorimer Quotes

George Horace Lorimer Quotes: There 's no easier way to cure foolishness than to give a man leave to be foolish. And the only way to show a fellow that he 's chosen the wrong business is to let him try it.
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George Horace Lorimer Quote: It's been my experience that every man has in him the possibility of doing well some one thing, no matter how humble, and that there's some one, in some place, who wants that special thing done. The difference between a fellow who succeeds and one who fails is that the first gets out and chases after the man who needs him, and the second sits around waiting to be hunted up.
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Quotes about George Horace Lorimer: I remember reading once that some fellows use language to conceal thought; but it's been my experience that a good many more use it instead of thought.
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Quote about George Horace Lorimer: And a diplomatist is one who lets the other fellow think he's getting his way, while all the time he's having his own. It never does any special harm to let people have their way with their mouths.
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George Horace Lorimer Sayings: I ain't one of those who believe that a half knowledge of a subject is useless, but it has been my experience that when a fellow has that half knowledge he finds it's the other half which would really come in handy.
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George Horace Lorimer Saying: Procrastination is the longest word in the language, but there's only one letter between its ends when they occupy their proper places in the alphabet.
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Sayings about George Horace Lorimer: After forty years of close acquaintance with it, I've found that work is kind to its friends and harsh to its enemies. It pays the fellow who dislikes it his exact wages, and they're generally pretty small; but it gives the man who shines up to it all the money he wants and throws in a heap of fun and satisfaction for good measure.
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Saying about George Horace Lorimer: Give fools the first and women the last word.
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