The burning desire for success and the determination to achieve it. The rich knowledge and resources provided in this ebook have been read personally, and I have benefited from them. Please take note, all the authors in the ebook don't have to be introduced anymore as I assumed, you will already have heard of them.
Here are my favorite quotes. These insights can inspire us to awaken and see the world differently, with new possibilities open to us...
“Take time to work - it is the price of success Take time to think - it is the source of power Take time to play - it is the secret of perpetual youth Take time to read - it is the fountain of wisdom Take time to be friendly - it is the road to happiness Take time to love and be loved - it is the nourishment of the soul Take time to share - it...
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Trade Like Jesse Livermore explains the complete Livermore Trading
System, developed by Jesse Livermore over his legendary 45-year
career trading the stock market. This book explores the technical aspects
of the Livermore Trading System, including Timing, Money Management,
and a way to achieve Emotional Control. It deals with the details
and secrets of the stock trading system that brought about Livermore’s
amazing and unbridled success on Wall Street.
We would like to thank all our colleagues and friends at Ashridge for their
support while writing this book. The following people who have all
actively contributed to the content of our book deserve a special mention:
Eddie Blass, Judy Curd, Karen Moyle, Angelita Orbea, Nigel Melville,
Tony Cram, Richard Olivier and Richard Bamsey for the graphics, and all
participants on the Influencing Skills Programmes we have run in recent
years. Thanks especially to those whose interesting quotes we have used
in this book...
CHAPTER 2 Kinds Of Major Currencies And Exchange Systems. 2.1. Major Currencies. The U.S. Dollar The United States dollar is the world's main currency. All currencies are generally quoted in U.S. dollar terms. Under conditions of international economic and political unrest, the U.S. dollar is the main safe-haven currency
Functional programming (FP) is the oldest of the three major programming paradigms. The
first FP language, IPL, was invented in 1955, about a year before Fortran. The second, Lisp, was
invented in 1958, a year before Cobol. Both Fortran and Cobol are imperative (or procedural)
languages, and their immediate success in scientific and business computing made imperative
programming the dominant paradigm for more than 30 years. The rise of the object-oriented
(OO) paradigm in the 1970s and the gradual maturing of OO languages ever since have made
OO programming the most popular paradigm today....
Wickramasinghe and von Lubitz begin Chapter IX of this book with a quote from
The nations that will lead the world into the next century will be those that can shift
from being industrial economies based upon the production of manufactured goods
to those that possess the capacity to produce and utilize knowledge successfully.
Reverend and former Congressman Bob Edgar brought the house down
at our Conference in Aspen when he recited the arresting Martin Luther
King, Jr. quote that opens this report. But what was remarkable about
our Conference was that nearly everyone there brought the house down
at some point – in their unique ways.Whether through quiet moments
of candor, piercing insights about dynamics in our society or intense
debates, our remarkable participants delivered on the challenging
mandate set before them.
Renowned businessman, political figure and philanthropist, Thomas J. Watson, Jr. once said, “I believe the real difference between success and failure in a corporation can be very often traced to the question of how well the organization brings out the great energies and talents of its people.”
This quote is a perfect illustration of how important employee development is to organizations’ success. A company may hire the smartest or best-fit employees, but if those employees aren’t developed or given opportunities to grow, the company isn’t reaching maximum success....
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