It’s a long way up the food chain of business, and being at the top is often about proving yourself at the very bottom.
This is a bit of a cynical quote from the first President of the USA, but Good ol’ G.W. was certainly insightful. Everyone has a price, and few, strong-willed men are able to stand against it. This is a quote of two tales.
In Albert Camus’ novel the Fall, Camus wrote this line in reference to Clemence’s collision between his self and his over inflated self-image. There is a lot to be understood from this single line.
Many a man has modeled his life around that of Walker, Texas Ranger, but the man behind walker, Chuck Norris, had some great wisdom to offer.
Sometimes attributed to JFK, this is all about doing the right thing. Winston Churchill has many a strong quote, but this one is perhaps the foundation for a man to live by.