21 Things That I’ve Said Over The Years…

“Technology is handicapping millennials.”

“Everybody wants to be a “Bentley” but only a few are willing to do what is required to be one.”

“The principle behind treating others well is quite simple. We need to understand people first and judge them second.”

“Seek alternatives when you are in a deficit.”

“In life, you can’t compromise quality and/or bargain your way into what makes you exceptional.”

“Even your worst enemy will teach you important lessons about who you are.”

“Technology is the corrupt’s worst enemy.”

“Students, you need the following to win in life: 1) God; 2) Courage; 3) Skillsets.”

“Take Time Off — Technology Can Wait.”

“Colleges and universities should have courses in social capital because many times… it isn’t how much you know but who you know or who knows you.”

“In 2017, your ability to engage in job blitzkrieg is a necessity for survival, especially if you haven’t found your dream job yet. Be very careful when buying real estate.”

“Sometimes life isn’t about work but network.”

“We need to display smartphone side effects in a label.”

“The workforce is war not peace.”

“Asking people to use more technology to fix technological problems is like asking alcoholics to use more alcohol to fix their alcohol addiction.”

“Let’s be realistic — Anybody who claims to be great, isn’t.”

“Your students are your legacy.”

“You can gain the world with a happy smile.”

“Great minds look beyond what they can see.”

“The secret to success is following God’s commands and working in your talent. It is that simple.”

“Many people believe that being a minority is a disadvantage. They don’t get it. It is an advantage! We bring a much needed view of the world that many can indeed appreciate. Be yourself — Be different.”

“Don’t let technology become the addiction that prevents you from living your life.”

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