The Best Business Quotes

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    Either the customer is right or wrong, where still there to sell them something before they walk out the door.

    Posted by vipplim in Business  ID#:540228
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    It is good, to see Positive aspects of Life always...

    But when you are starting something new, you should focus on its Negative aspects.

    Posted by shashankrayal in Business  ID#:549676
  • 113

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    I can work with Thousands, but never under One.

    Posted by shashankrayal in Business  ID#:594115
  • 114

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    A topnotch businessman offers the right products to the right people, in the right place, at the right time, with right prices, receiving his reasonable gain without violating the laws of the land and rights of the consumers.

    Posted by Jose B. Cabajar in Business  ID#:12096
  • 115

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    The Customer Bill of Rights
    Customer have the right to:
    - Be "wowed"
    - Hear "yes"
    - Complain & receive Satisfaction
    - Be Served and Served Well
    - Prompt Service

    Posted by Anonymous in Business  ID#:12284
  • 116

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    A tourist walked into a pet shop and was looking at the animals on display. While he was there another customer walked in and said to the shopkeeper, "I'll have that monkey please". The shopkeeper nodded, went over to a cage at the side of the shop, and took out a monkey. He fit a collar and leash and handed it to the customer, saying, "That'll be $5000". The customer paid and walked out with his monkey. Startled, the tourist went over to the shopkeeper and said, "That was a very expensive monkey. Most of them are only a few hundred dollars. Why did he cost SO much?" The shopkeeper answered, "Ah, that monkey can program in 'C' very fast, tight code, no bugs, well worth the money." The tourist looked at the monkey in another cage. "That one's even more expensive - $10,000! What does he do?" "Oh, that one's a C++ monkey; he can manage object-oriented programming, Visual C++, even some Java. All the really useful stuff," said the shopkeeper. The tourist looked around for a little longer and saw a third monkey in a cage of his own. The price tag around his neck read $50,000. He gasped to the shopkeeper, "That one costs more than all the others put together! What on earth does he do?" The shopkeeper shrugged and said, "Well, to tell you the truth, I haven't actually seen him do anything, but he says he's a SAP consultant."

    Posted by aschrage in Business  ID#:224698
  • 117

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    Sometimes you just need to be the boss of dance.

    Posted by gypsy-woman in Business  ID#:231999
  • 118

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    Any time management seminar that lasts longer than 15 minutes isn't worthy of the name.

    Posted by Chris_Childs in Business  ID#:248885
  • 119

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    That Top of the Hill Which Is NOT There…

    Career is that dream which is not there, illusion, which was catchy enough to keep us wary about setting up our clocks for early wake ups of the very cold winter mornings and the lazy but merciless summer sun, striving to cram some education into our brains with the intent to be better off. After years of steady and tireless efforts and if you are lucky enough, you may get it: a Job, Yes! “Yes,” your brain tells to your soul, “I’ve got it! I have made it.” You look at yourself at the mirror, and once again your mind whispers in your soul: “very few people do really understand how it feels when you cash the first paycheck ever; and even fewer sense that joyful sensation while getting out of a clothes shop carrying couple of bags of new clothes knowing that they have been paid by money of your making.” Sooner or later, the whole package of these sensations starts vanishing one after the other. And all these moments will appear mere trivial societal miserable scenes. Unexpectedly starting to get bored, tired, then reluctant to set up your clock for the early wakeup, you sadly realize that you have spared quarter if not half of your life, the best part of it, lost between books, stressed about papers, exams, applications, fear of failure and crave for success, isolated in classrooms and libraries, excluded from family events, most of the time trying to silence all the vivid young desires, wants and inclinations; lest you may not manage to finish the tomorrow morning paper/presentation. Yes, now you get a career (or if you are lucky enough you have the dream career); dramatically you also realize that you no more own many of the priceless things you used to have but did not value well when you once had them, and if you are curious enough just have a deep look at yourself on the mirror and you will get what I am talking about. You feel so stupid, miserable, disgraced not because you have lost those, but more tragically, because you have lost them over something that is now your nightmare: your job! And once again you look at yourself at the mirror, probably the same one you stood in front of a while ago, but not with the same energy or felicity you had back then. And once again you have the same silent monologue, but this time it is your soul who is going to talk to you and say that you are such f***ed off miserable number in a huge matrix over which you have no control but to either step back handful of the losses, or continue and none should know that your shoes are hutting you. Only then, you realize that you have consumed your whole YOU in trying to get to the point where your only choices are either continue living without a life or silently regret the scarcity of choices you have on your table, and your bestest time will be living your present regrettingthe past: what a sad ending!

    Posted by abdeslambadre in Business  ID#:257151
  • 120

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    What money can buy you:
    $1 can buy you your favorite candy bar
    $10 can buy you a nice lunch
    $100 can buy you a fancy dinner
    $1000 can buy you a cool gadget
    $10000 can buy you a nice trip to a tropical paradise
    $100000 can buy you a fancy car
    $1million can buy you a bugatti, of course
    $10million can buy you a luxurious private jet
    $100million can buy you a grand castle
    $1billion can buy you the world's most expensive mansion
    $10billion can buy you a multi-national company
    $100billion can buy you Microsoft
    $1trillion can buy you a country
    But money can't buy you love

    Posted by j_m_0804 in Business  ID#:276632
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