“If you have something critical to say to a player, preface it by saying something positive. That way when you get to the criticism, at least you know he’ll be listening.” —Bud Grant.
“Depriving yourself of the joy of eating is a sin. Don’t believe anyone who tells you that you won’t know where to stop. You were born with the wisdom to self terminate the act of eating. You just have to rekindle it.” —Rujuta Diwekar.
“To exercise at or near capacity is the best way I know of reaching a true introspective state. If you do it right, it can open all kinds of inner doors.”—Al Oerter.
“How good can we expect to be if our best player is not our best teammate?” ––Brad Stevens.
“People get confused about talent. Talent isn’t striking the ball well, or very hard. Some play beautifully, some flawlessly, others run brilliantly. But in all sport the final objective is to win. So, in summary, the person who wins the most is the one with the most talent.”—Rafael Nadal.
2 thoughts on “PR, Obesity & SouthWest Airlines– Going South!”
I disagree. A conscientious programmer will strive and make his code self-documenting with judicious use of comments. Obscure variable names are abhorred!
I am very impressed with the article I have just read. I wish the you can continue to provide so much practical information and unforgettable experience to your readers. There is not much to state except the following universal truth: Getting a programmer to write user documentation is like giving a cat a bath. I will be back.
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