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Love

This is all you need to know about life. Compassion and love and caring will take you the furthest.
Barry Switzer

Grumbling is the death of love.
Marlene Dietrich

No difference in viewpoint should ever be allowed to cause the least break in love. Indeed, it cannot, if it’s real love.
Catherine Marshall

Honor the people you love every day.
Earl Woods

Never pass up an opportunity to tell your child you love him. It gets harder as he gets older and begins naturally to pull away, but continue to tell him you love him, and sneak in a kiss and a hug whenever you can. Don’t get discouraged when he doesn’t reciprocate.
Elaine St. James

Career Development

The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does.
James Michener

Once a year ask the boss, “What do I or my people do that helps you to do your job?” and “What do I or my people do that hampers you?”
Peter Drucker

The squeaky wheel doesn’t always get greased; it often gets replaced.
John Peers

If there’s any single mistake that people make about holding on to their jobs, it’s failure to communicate with the boss. I know the term “communication” is sometimes awkward, but I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to let your boss know what you’re doing.
S. Eric Wachtel

If you want to move up in business, the first rule is not to be invisible. To be noticed by bosses, ask questions and offer constructive advice. Don’t substitute talk for action. Don’t be afraid to present your best abilities when the opportunity arrives. Don’t be shy.
George Mazzei

Love

This is all you need to know about life. Compassion and love and caring will take you the furthest.
Barry Switzer

Grumbling is the death of love.
Marlene Dietrich

No difference in viewpoint should ever be allowed to cause the least break in love. Indeed, it cannot, if it’s real love.   
Catherine Marshall

Honor the people you love every day.
Earl Woods

Never pass up an opportunity to tell your child you love him. It gets harder as he gets older and begins naturally to pull away, but continue to tell him you love him, and sneak in a kiss and a hug whenever you can. Don’t get discouraged when he doesn’t reciprocate.
Elaine St. James