1. Shed new lights on … and show the importance
    This study certain has shed new lights on the topic of engagement and shows the importance of managers enhancing the feeling of appreciation in employees.
  2. Closing remarks
    Thank you very much for the information. This really helps a lot. You are great partners. Really appreciate it.
  3. Precise, but not accurate.
    ask why 5 times

    kind of said that, right?

    That's useful.
  4. He is a deep thinker about the problem. And I think it's right to be concerned about …
    Dear Samantha,

    Happy New Year. I trust this find you doing well as you hustle about trying to save the world. I miss your smiling face and hope to see you soon. I will be brief and get right to the point.
  5. On that note, thank you very much. Have a great day/holiday season.
    CEO has the last words.

    It was like Occam's razor, or the law of parsimony: Among competing hypotheses, the simplest one was usually correct. Any other explanation defied common sense.
  6. Could take longer and prove messier. He expected their first year to feel more like nineteenth-century trench warfare than a twenty-first-century drone strike.
    Without further ado, John, take it from here.

    Let me reiterate.

    I want to jump in and add.

    We should not look at this in isolation.

    Want to develop on that comment.
  7. Grow from extraordinarily big to inconceivably vast.

    An ever-expanding never-ending time-sucking rabbit hole of a problem.
    If a progressive war against the Democratic establishment is coming, Tuesday's primaries were the first shots fired.

    One hundred threads of suspicion don't stitch together a single strand of proof.
  8. If computers were rare in the Midwest of the late seventies, computer scientist were downright alien.

    Any organization that can take down a president is worth staring at with awe, but also fear.
    Chris Hughes was a mythical savior - boyishly innocent, fantastically rich, intellectually curious, unexpectedly humble, and proudly idealistic.
  9. You know difference between commitment and involvement ? In a bacon and egg breakfast, pig is committed , chicken is involved. Good for managers
    • As they go off to change our world, I leave them with the words of Winston Churchill:
    • Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.
  10. Life is one fast-moving train, and you have to jump on board and hold on to your hat and relish the sweep of the wind as it rushes by.
    "Build high walls, store up grain, and bide your time before changing the throne."

  11. The more the past receded, the more idealized it became.
    What's mine is mine, what's yours is negotiable.
  12. As the Italians say, if it is not true, it is well invented.
    Sherlock Holmes, our most famous detective, said this: "It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."
  13. Charlie Munger: "If a policeman follows you down the road for 500 miles you're going to get a ticket."
    "[Deal promoters] have throughout time exercised the same judgment and restraint in accepting money that alcoholics have exercised in accepting liquor."
  14. There is a Japanese saying that crisis and opportunity are a couple.
    Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere
  15. It was Homer, in The Iliad, who wrote: "After the event, even a fool is wise."
    "My brethren and friends, I rise to address you, but I scarcely know what lie of thought to pursue. When a thousand thoughts crowd upon my mind it is difficult to select that which will be more appropriate than the rest..."
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