Newsletter #10 : Self-Discipline By Napoleon Hill

  • Keep your cool even when the other person isn’t.
  • There are 3 sides to every argument: your side, the other person’s side, and the right side.
  • Never give a directive to a subordinate when angry.
  • Treat everyone as if they were a rich relative who might leave you a sizable inheritance.
  • When you find yourself in an unpleasant circumstance, immediately start searching for the seed of an equivalent benefit within the experience.
  • Ask questions and listen to the answer. If you find yourself inclined to disagree with a statement, employ the phrase, “How do you know?” to get the speaker to do all the heavy lifting. 
  • Never say or do anything before thinking if it will benefit someone or hurt them.
  • Learn the difference between friendly analysis and unfriendly criticisms.
  • A good leader knows how to take orders cheerfully.
  • Be tolerant of your fellow humans. 

Let’s make each other’s journey as positive as we can, for as long as we can. In the end, all we really have is each other. So let’s make it great!

Pamela Stevens-Snyder

Take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly, and try another. But by all means, try something.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Did you Know – Richest Women

Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands was probably the richest woman. She ruled from 1890 to 1948. She died in 1962 leaving a fortune that reached $500 million. She was the first female billionaire.

Positive Affirmation : Today is a new day.