A lady went to her local bank to withdraw some money from her account. Having received it from the teller, she proceeded to count it and then recount it. Wondering if he had made a mistake, the teller asked, “What is it, lady? Isn’t it all there?” The woman snapped back, “It just is!” I am not sure what this woman was expecting, but banks are not charities. They give us exactly what we ask for, no more and no less.
Are you sick of being sick—sick of doctor’s visits, sick of painful treatments, sick of watching life go by, sick of feeling weak, sick of having to be on the receiving end of people’s sympathy, and sick of hopes raised and hopes dashed?
When Jan Carlzon became president of SAS Airlines in 1981, the company was losing thirty million dollars a year and was headed toward financial collapse. Yet, in the span of one year, he transformed the company and surprised business analysts by posting a profit. When asked the secret of his success, he said the turning point had been telling his cleaning crews to wipe the coffee stains off all the flip-down trays after every flight. The business world assumed he was pulling their leg.
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