Your life is in your own hands.
Watching sports satisfies a vital human need.
Speed up confusing, bogged-down tasks by slowing down your thinking.
Valentine’s Day is a great way to celebrate a love you already have. But if it’s a way to make up for your lack of appreciating your love the rest of the year, you better do some thinking.
The essential value of spectator sports lies in their capacity to illustrate, in a dramatic way, the process of human goal-achievement.
To celebrate Randsday, you do something not done on any other holiday: you give yourself a present.
Making simple things complicated.
Where there is rule of law and individual freedom, humanity is better off.
The New York City schools were among the best in the country in those days, better than they had been for the European immigrants before me and much better than they would be for the mass influx of blacks from the South after me.
There are, however, many mistakes you can make in goal-setting that will delay and hinder you and make your goals harder to achieve. This book points out these pitfalls and how to avoid them.
In the end, it’s not how you die that matters at all; it’s how you live.
A goal set at the right level of difficulty motivates you to do your best work.
“Poetry of work” is worth pursuing. It gives us purpose—and it gives us happiness.