Archive for October, 2013

“I don’t believe in men waiting until they are ready to die before using any of their money for helpful purposes.” – George Eastman (American Inventor; 1854 – 1932)

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“I feel sorry for the person who can’t get genuinely excited about his work. Not only will he never be satisfied, but he will never achieve anything worthwhile.” – Walter Chrysler (American Inventor; 1875 – 1940)

“Men become wise just as they become rich, more by what they save than by what they receive.” – Wilbur Wright (American Inventor; 1867 – 1912)

“The only time you mustn’t fail is the last time you try.” – Charles Kettering (American Inventor; 1876 – 1958)

“The Wright brothers flew right through the smoke screen of impossibility.” – Charles Kettering (American Inventor; 1876 – 1958)

“The real secret of success is enthusiasm.” – Walter Chrysler (American Inventor; 1875 – 1940)

“High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation.” – Charles Kettering (American Inventor; 1876 – 1958)