I'd Like To Buy Him For What I Think He Is Worth, And Sell Him For What He Thinks He Is Worth.
I'd like to buy him for what I think he is worth, and sell him
for what he thinks he is worth.
Thinks he's worth.
We're overpaying him but he's worth it.. -- Samuel Goldwy
I have no right, by anything I do or say, to demean a human being in his own eyes.
What matters is not what I think of him; it is what he thinks of himself....
My father had the spirit and integrity of a scientist, but he was a salesman.
I remember asking him the question "How can a man of integrity be a salesman?...
BONDSMAN, n. A fool who, having property of his own, undertakes to become responsible for that entrusted to another to a third.
Philippe of Orleans wishing to appoint one of his favorites, a dissolute nobleman, to a high office, asked him what security he would be able to give....
I dreamed I met God. He sneezed, and I didn't know what to say to him.
What Congress means by ethics is best explained by the tailor's story
"Suppose I sell a suit to a young man for $200. He tells me that his family is footing the bill and that if I give him a receipt for $...
Picard: "Do you know what business they might have together?
Sarek: "No! No, I never knew what Spock was doing....
I just hired him and he's already off on a case! What a brown-noser!