Here are some Famous 'Celebrious' Quotes for you to Reminisce

Many, many Quotes

Today's Day & Date: Monday the 27th of September 2021.

Celebrious | Meaning of Celebrious by Lexico

Reminisce | Meaning of Reminisce by Lexico

Recollection | Meaning of Recollection by Lexico

1. a). ''Our lives can become much better if we really want them to.'' ''Success breeds success. Failure breeds failure.'' ''Successful people deserve success; like I DESERVE success.'' ''People cannot & will not ever change unless they really do want to change. Accomplishing this they can change their ways.'' ''Can a leopard change its spots? No. Of course, they cannot & they will not.''

1. b). ''Never introduce a negative into your own SEPARATE individual personal life, workplace, Business and/or Company Organisation. But INSTEAD & as another way or method to actually do something & to actually achieve something always think about all the very very good positive idealistic things within your very own personal life; the life of your family & your partner's life.''

1. c). ''Single people or families should always or must always pay their bills or their creditors or people who are owed money etc - as well; immediately or straight away first before they pay themselves from any money etc that they may or may not receive. Doing this may ensure your success now today and/or in the future. All people who do not do this as outlined above; are certain or are fairly sure of a high probability rate to fail, or not succeed at something and/or all they attempt to do now and/or in the future.'' 

1. d). "As they say in life if it ain't broke don't or do not fix it." I say this instead: "If it ain't broke, fix it!"

1. e). "Successful people as available to be found anywhere in the World; do definitely know how to very well manage, use or demonstrate or spend efficiently & maintain their own personal individual money, their family money, or other available money and/or their resources, skills, aptitude, attitude, physical health & activity time. This is the only reason as to why they are successful."

1. f). "Make an effort and/or a sustained effort or otherwise the lack of effort on your part will make your destination plainly obvious."

1. g). "Successful people do what successful people do. Unsuccessful people do what unsuccessful people do."

1. h). "Successful people do want to succeed in life & do want to be successful. It is very easy for these same types of people to be successful. It is much easier for these same people themselves, to be successful than to be unsuccessful. It is very difficult for these same people to be unsuccessful." 

1. i). "Unsuccessful people do not want to succeed in life & do not want to be successful. It is very easy for these same types of people to be unsuccessful. It is much easier for these same people themselves, to be unsuccessful than to be successful. It is very difficult for these same people to be successful."

1. j). "A winner at anything attempted in life wins because he or she wants to win & they both know how to win with much ease."

1. k). "Success in life is easy when you know how to succeed in life."

1. l). "Every person in the entire World whether man or woman; male or female lives according to their chosen lifestyle pattern. For you to become successful in your life endeavours, just make sure that this pattern that you do choose, does lead you to success & not a failure."

1. m). "Leaders do follow other people whether these people are followers or leaders. A real complete mature leader, however, leads all of the time. A follower may lead a given situation for a short time; but sometimes in life, a real complete mature leader is needed & is required to actually take the prominent lead, to make decisive correct decisions, instead of & opposite to incorrect decisions & not follow."

1. n). "Being efficient in our lives is the key to unlock the lock and/or the padlock of life, which can sometimes be caused by being inefficient during our lives."

1. o). "Once a person has been successful (i.e., success) at whatever or something that they have attempted to achieve or do in their life; there is a very real higher probability that they will be successful once again at whatever or something that they attempt to achieve or do in their life, rather than if they were not successful (i.e., failure) at these attempts."

1. p). "All people who are real leaders always lead themselves, other people and/or circumstances in life. All people who are real followers always follow themselves, other people and/or circumstances in life."

1. q). "Make the necessary effort in your life, otherwise any lack of effort on your part or your doing will surely make you."

1. r). "Either you yourself personally will provide you with the money and/or the resources necessary for you to live & enjoy your life or maybe one day another person or persons will do this for you. It is best if you make sure that it is you who is responsible for accomplishing the above."

1. s). "True genuine leadership is a lonely life. However, leadership is a very rewarding responsible thrilling exciting life."

1. t). "All people who do save their own personal money to the point where they have more money saved than what they actually do spend this money on (or in other words they spend less money than what they save); do greatly grow all economies throughout the World, due to & because of being able to effectively & efficiently invest this same saved money & then live on a predetermined rate or amount of an annuity money payment."

1. u). "All people who do not save their own personal money to the point where they have less money saved than what they actually do spend this money on (or in other words they spend more money than what they save); do not grow all economies throughout the World, due to & because of being unable to effectively & efficiently invest this same saved money & then live on a predetermined rate or amount of an annuity money payment." 

Annuity | Meaning of Annuity by Lexico

1. v). "All successful people as found anywhere in the World, do have extremely high respect & regard for all money they themselves earn, make or receive. This is the main primary reason as to why they are always successful & do not fail at whatever they attempt to do or put their hand to.''

1. w). "All unsuccessful people as found anywhere in the World, do not have any respect or regard whatsoever for any money they themselves earn, make or receive. This is the main primary reason as to why they are always unsuccessful & do not succeed at whatever they attempt to do or put their hand to." 

1. x). "Discipline. Your own personal correct or incorrect discipline in your life, will either make you or break you within your life. Make sure you correctly discipline yourself in all of the necessary activities that you do carry out if you do want to excel in these very same activities."

1. y). "I may be able to possibly sell anything worthwhile to any person." 

1. z). "I have learned very quickly in my life, to purposely listen very carefully & intently, to what another person or people (whether male and/or female) is or are actually saying or communicating with you & to you. This way & by accomplishing this, you may be able to learn vital information from this person or people, for the purpose and so as to implement this information into your own life & possibly improve 'out of sight' or in other words, by a large amount, your own personal self-development skills or skill set and/or your path or direction in your life."

2. "I deliberately on purpose choose to be successful in all areas of my everyday personal life. Every person can choose to be successful in their own individual everyday personal lives, in some areas or all areas. These same people can decide to become successful or to not become successful. This individual personal choice is entirely up to each individual person. Which choice will you choose? To be successful or to not be successful?" 

3. "To have an open realistic & meaningful purposeful mind about relevant events or happenings or occurrences in our lives, is a prerequisite to finding possible ongoing future happiness, success & contentment in your life & in life in general." 

4. "Habits. Your daily life habits will give you all of the direction in which way your life is headed or led. Due to this fact, make sure your habits are conducive of good habits & not bad habits, for the purpose & so you are able to receive all of the beneficial good your life can & will provide to you."

5. "Pattern. We all live our daily lives according to our actual chosen distinctive pattern we adhere to & follow within our lives. If your chosen pattern is a good beneficial pattern, then you will attract goodness & happiness within your life. If your chosen pattern is not a good beneficial pattern, then you will not attract goodness & happiness within your life."

6. "Some people may or may not say; oh It is too hard or too difficult to do this or do that. I say this instead, It is too easy to do this or do that. Which one of the above-mentioned two statements do you agree with?" 

7. "Success. Achieving success within some areas or all areas of your life is very difficult if you do not know how to actually succeed in these areas." 

8. "People. People who are always lazy within their lives will never become successful. People who are never lazy within their lives will always become successful." 

9. "You. You are either a follower or a leader. A follower follows other people. A leader leads other people. A follower has other people who always follow them. A leader has other people who always follow them. You will know for sure 100% whether, in fact, you are a leader or a follower. Which do you actually prefer, to be a leader or a follower? Only you can decide this for yourself, as to your own personal answer to this above-mentioned timely question." 

10. "Inventions & Designs. Once & upon yourself correctly 100% for sure does know all of the very minute precise details & the very preliminary rudimentary basics of how something; a device or a mechanism actually does work or function or is intended to function & operate; you can realistically & expeditiously exploit this same knowledge into usable real tangible beneficial end results, either for you yourself personally and/or another person, a large or a small group of other people & even another animal." 

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Rudimentary | Meaning of Rudimentary by Lexico

Expeditiously | Meaning of Expeditiously by Lexico

Exploit | Meaning of Exploit by Lexico

Tangible | Meaning of Tangible by Lexico

11. "I can 100% for sure professionally & expeditiously invent & design anything throughout the World Worldwide, that is considered a realistic benefit & is actually meaningfully worthwhile of my expansive enduring ceaseless mindful efforts. It is easy for me to do this." 

12. "You purposely choose to either watch things happen within your own personal individual life & the World, or you make things positively definitely happen to your own personal individual life & the World. Which one of these two true factual statements is your choice? Only you can decide this." 

13. "In life; people who are winners will always attract other winners to themselves. Winners like to be with, around & to communicate with other winners. A winner instinctively knows a winner when they see or meet another winner & conversely, they also clearly know when they see or meet another person who is not a winner. People who are not winners in life; do not attract other winners to themselves for a long-term & they will always 100% for sure & certain do this. They are definitely inclined to be this way. This is true & correct. Believe it." 

14. "Nice friendly people from all walks of life or professions throughout the World, always like to, enjoy & are inclined to communicate with & be around or associate with other nice friendly people they come into contact with within their lives." 

15. "If you do the requisite work to become super-successful in your life; you will be paid or rewarded accordingly for your work input. If you do not do this; you will not. It is as simple & as straightforward as that."

Requisite | Meaning of Requisite by Lexico

Simple | Meaning of Simple by Lexico

Straightforward | Meaning of Straightforward by Lexico

Frank | Meaning of Frank by Lexico

16. "Every person must stay steadily intently focused & immensely concentrate on what they are currently doing & not focus on things they are to do next. Accomplishing this may very well result in your perfection. Simply focus on one thing or one item to do or complete at any one given time is my timely very important message here." 

17. "You personally yourself gaining & experiencing success is impossible if you have no idea how to actually create, achieve, fulfil & maintain success. I do know for sure & certain 100% guaranteed; how to simply, effectively & realistically accomplish this. Do you also?" 

18. "All successful people as found anywhere in the World; do know much about how to achieve success; that all unsuccessful people do not. Do you know for sure 100% guaranteed, what this simple & profound self-explanatory formula is about how to experience your possible success? I surely do." 

19. "Your success is always clearly found at the end & not the start or the beginning of any & all challenges you may possibly find during your very own personal unique journey to your success. If you persist hard enough & long enough; you may very well experience your very own success. True genuine honest real success is always definitely possible." 

20. "Your skills that you present to the World at large; is what will pay you in monetary terms or other terms. Make sure you have sufficient skills to be paid what you would like to be paid or need to be paid. If you do not have these selfsame skills; you can always learn these skills & implement or use these skills within your life, that you have learnt from other invaluable resources Worldwide, as you find it necessary to do so. This is easy for you; if indeed you would like it to be easy for you." 

21. "Today within our lives; for everyone, there is ample or enough of what we require & may like to obtain. Simply, meaningfully, correctly & consistently exert yourself with the required necessary knowledge, skill set & time-tested relevant broad range of timely experience, to partake of your desired share of this available plentiful abundance. Can you actually satisfactorily accomplish or do this? You may very well hope you can, at some stage in your life."

22. "Whatever you choose to do within your life; either as a Business or a Career, make sure for certain that it is bigger enough to provide & sustain you with sufficient wherewithal that you desire & require within your very own personal individual life." 

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23. "If you owe any money WHATSOEVER to another person and/or Organisation throughout this World as a debt; you are definitely & surely broke! You are for certainty, living beyond your means! This is factual & true. Effectively organise your life; so you live debt-free & you will then have no need & no requirement whatsoever to borrow any money EVER from other sources. Yourself accomplishing this; will make more common sense & will quickly provide you with a simpler better lifestyle that is on offer to you throughout your life."

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24. "Either you yourself personally from your very own individual real efforts; will provide enough sufficient resources (i.e., money, etc) for you to live well into the future, OR:- another person and/or other people may do so for you on your behalf. Make sure it is you, who provides sufficient tangible sustenance for yourself into your future. This makes simple real sense."

25. ''If something that you are trying to effectively achieve; does not correctly & effectively work the very first time that you would like to implement it, you must use an alternative method of whatever it is you are trying to achieve. If you do not do this; your valuable effort of time on your hopeful achievement is being wasted & squandered. It will rapidly & ultimately become unfruitful.''

26. "Ability. Either you have the innate natural ability to fulfil something or you do not. If you do have this ability; you can effectively enhance your ability, by studying & learning more about what it is you are able to achieve. If you do not have this ability, no amount of study or learning will give you this ability."

ability | Definition of ability in English by Oxford Dictionaries

fulfil | Definition of fulfil in English by Oxford Dictionaries

enhance | Definition of enhance in English by Oxford Dictionaries

27. "A True Leader. A true leader will always every time; find out every one of the very smallest intricate details of whatever is presented to them, for the purpose to ascertain what is the correct decision that must be made as a result of their findings. A person (whether male or female) who is not a true leader; but instead a true follower, will not ever even once, carry out or do any of this real fact." 

real | Definition of real in English by Oxford Dictionaries

fact | Definition of fact in English by Oxford Dictionaries

28. "A Hesitation. If I or you ever even once receive a negative 'hesitation' comment about what you do as your chosen career or profession, then that person or group of people who gave you this negative comment, are completely unsuitable for whatever it is that you market or sell within your chosen career or profession. In other words, these same people will not EVER be a pleasing benefit to you and/or your Organisation in any way whatsoever. This is always applicable & is always true.''

hesitation | Definition of hesitation in English by Oxford Dictionaries

29. "Within your everyday daily life, you yourself personally have and display a personal characteristic of either being a saver or a spender. Which type of these two personal characteristics do you have & exhibit? If you are a saver; then you will always have suitable ample provisions for yourself throughout your life. If instead, you are a spender; then you will not ever have these same provisions. This is forever true!" 

saver | Definition of saver in English by Oxford Dictionaries

spend | Definition of spend in English by Oxford Dictionaries

exhibit | Definition of exhibit in English by Oxford Dictionaries

provision | Definition of provision in English by Oxford Dictionaries

forever | Definition of forever in English by Oxford Dictionaries

30. "If things within your life are not progressing the way you would like; always look into your bathroom mirror to see & view your reflection. Your reflection shown there; is who & what the actual real tangible problem is. It is always you. Always blame yourself & no one else ever!"

reflection | Definition of reflection in English by Oxford Dictionaries

31. "Method. Your daily method of operation for what you do every day & every night; will determine your level of income that you receive. Make sure you carry out & fulfil the correct efficient tasks that will lead you to & will produce a complete satisfactory rewarding income for yourself."

method | Definition of method in English by Oxford Dictionaries

correct | Definition of correct in English by Oxford Dictionaries

efficient | Definition of efficient in English by Oxford Dictionaries

task | Definition of task in English by Oxford Dictionaries

complete | Definition of complete in English by Oxford Dictionaries

satisfactory | Definition of satisfactory in English by Oxford Dictionaries

rewarding | Definition of rewarding in English by Oxford Dictionaries

income | Definition of income in English by Oxford Dictionaries

32. "The people who are the savers within this entire World; power or benefit their economy, due to and because they do not under any circumstances whatsoever use any debt within their payments for what they require, would like to have or do. The spenders also fulfil this, but not ever to the same amount or degree that a saver will. A spender may use debt as a part or whole of their money payments for what they intend to purchase or buy. I am foremost a saver, but I am also a spender."

payment | Definition of payment in English by Oxford Dictionaries

foremost | Definition of foremost in English by Oxford Dictionaries

33. "A real true genuine leader will always make a pursuit happen or be fulfilled. A follower has no idea whatsoever about how to do & accomplish this or even the reason for doing so."

pursuit | Definition of pursuit in English by Oxford Dictionaries

34. "Leadership. A real true genuine leader always knows by their innate instinct, the best possible way to eliminate unproductive time-wasting activities in all that they do within their life. These same leaders will when possible, teach this necessary skill to other people who are also a leader & then they too can benefit immensely from this essential life skill."

leadership | Definition of leadership in English by Oxford Dictionaries

innate | Definition of innate in English by Oxford Dictionaries

instinct | Definition of instinct in English by Oxford Dictionaries

skill | Definition of skill in English by Oxford Dictionaries

35. "If you borrow any money whatsoever to pay for whatever you need and/or you would like to have; in my way of thinking, you are definitely for sure 100% guaranteed living above your means. You are much better off financially, to pay for whatever you need and/or you would like to have or obtain, with money you cleverly have made as a financial profit, from any successful enterprise undertaking you have participated in & benefited from. Clearly, no thinking is required here."

cleverly | Definition of cleverly in English by Oxford Dictionaries

profit | Definition of profit in English by Oxford Dictionaries

enterprise | Definition of enterprise in English by Oxford Dictionaries

undertaking | Definition of undertaking in English by Oxford Dictionaries

benefit | Definition of benefit in English by Oxford Dictionaries

36. "Incompetent versus competent. Today there are literally many many incompetent people throughout this entire World. These same incompetent people display the following very noticeable habitual traits or characteristics: 1. They have no idea whatsoever about the message you are trying to convey to them & they do not ever wish to know. 2. They have no time management skills whatsoever; or in other words, they never ever get things done or completed the way you would require & would like. 3. These same incompetent people are always & will always be this way forevermore in perpetuity. It is completely IMPOSSIBLE for them to be competent in any Business and/or Personal setting environment.

I have dealt with many many competent & incompetent people over the course of my lifetime. Only highly competent professional people will ever be involved in my Business & my Personal life. Incompetent people will not ever. It must always be this simple & straightforward way.

Are you a competent or incompetent person? Only you will know the real true answer to this timely question." 

incompetent | Definition of incompetent in English by Oxford Dictionaries

versus | Definition of versus in English by Oxford Dictionaries

competent | Definition of competent in English by Oxford Dictionaries

habitual | Definition of habitual in English by Oxford Dictionaries

trait | Definition of trait in English by Oxford Dictionaries

characteristic | Definition of characteristic in English by Oxford Dictionaries

perpetuity | Definition of perpetuity in English by Oxford Dictionaries

impossible | Definition of impossible in English by Oxford Dictionaries

lifetime | Definition of lifetime in English by Oxford Dictionaries

professional | Definition of professional in English by Oxford Dictionaries

timely | Definition of timely in English by Oxford Dictionaries

37. "For you to effectively maintain success within your Business; it is imperative that all of your initial original same Business clients purchase from your Business again & again, beyond their initial purchase. If this does not occur or happen ever; you do not have a Business, but instead you have a complete utter personal time, energy & money wasting activity with its resultant experience for yourself as a Business Owner & any other Business Owner within your Business."

imperative | Definition of imperative in English by Oxford Dictionaries

initial | Definition of initial in English by Oxford Dictionaries

original | Definition of original in English by Oxford Dictionaries

utter | Definition of utter in English by Oxford Dictionaries

activity | Definition of activity in English by Oxford Dictionaries

resultant | Definition of resultant in English by Oxford Dictionaries

result | Definition of result in English by Oxford Dictionaries

38. "A person, a Company Organisation, a Business Organisation and/or a Government located anywhere within this World; who borrows any money from any source whatsoever, for any purpose whatsoever, is surely broke & if they continue like this unchanged, they will always be broke forever more in perpetuity. This is a known fact."

locate | Definition of locate in English by Oxford Dictionaries

anywhere | Definition of anywhere in English by Oxford Dictionaries

borrow | Definition of borrow in English by Oxford Dictionaries

source | Definition of source in English by Oxford Dictionaries

originate | Definition of originate in English by Oxford Dictionaries

whatsoever | Definition of whatsoever in English by Oxford Dictionaries

surely | Definition of surely in English by Oxford Dictionaries

broke | Definition of broke in English by Oxford Dictionaries

unchanged | Definition of unchanged in English by Oxford Dictionaries

known | Definition of known in English by Oxford Dictionaries

39. "Profit. Only pure profit from within an enterprise is able to sustain the actual function & operation of any enterprise throughout this entire World. Debt. Only pure debt from within an enterprise is unable to sustain the actual function & operation of any enterprise throughout this entire World. Why is this? Because of the interest payable on any debt within an enterprise; will usually exceed any of the actual real tangible profit made from the function & operation of an enterprise throughout this entire World."

sustain | Definition of sustain in English by Oxford Dictionaries

interest | Definition of interest in English by Oxford Dictionaries

exceed | Definition of exceed in English by Oxford Dictionaries

40. "If something is not working how you would like within your life; you must change what you are doing or did to produce that ineffective result. If you do not do this; then what you did to produce that ineffective result, will automatically surely always change you in the same way and as in the exact same manner, as what that ineffective result did." 

change | Definition of change in English by Oxford Dictionaries

ineffective | Definition of ineffective in English by Oxford Dictionaries

automatically | Definition of automatically in English by Oxford Dictionaries

always | Definition of always in English by Oxford Dictionaries

exact | Definition of exact in English by Oxford Dictionaries

precise | Definition of precise in English by Oxford Dictionaries

accuracy | Definition of accuracy in English by Oxford Dictionaries

manner | Definition of manner in English by Oxford Dictionaries

41. "Pure profit versus pure debt and/or pure costs. If the pure profit within an enterprise as found anywhere within this entire World; is always more than or greater than or exceeds any debt or costs associated with the function & operation of this enterprise, then the proprietor or proprietors of this enterprise, will never ever go broke and be broke. On the contrary; if the debt or costs associated with the function & operation of this enterprise, are always greater than or exceed the pure profit of this enterprise, then the proprietor or proprietors of this enterprise will always forever more go broke and be broke. It must be this way."

cost | Definition of cost in English by Oxford Dictionaries

proprietor | Definition of proprietor in English by Oxford Dictionaries

contrary | Definition of contrary in English by Oxford Dictionaries

42. "It is completely impossible to alter the course of something that is malfunctioning unless you do actually really know how to rectify the malfunction in the first place. Worldwide Global Climate Change & Worldwide Global Warming is a classic example of this malfunction." 

completely | Definition of completely in English by Oxford Dictionaries

impossible | Definition of impossible in English by Oxford Dictionaries

alter | Definition of alter in English by Oxford Dictionaries

malfunction | Definition of malfunction in English by Oxford Dictionaries

really | Definition of really in English by Oxford Dictionaries

rectify | Definition of rectify in English by Oxford Dictionaries

classic | Definition of classic in English by Oxford Dictionaries

example | Definition of example in English by Oxford Dictionaries

43. True Leaders throughout this World will always MAKE things or events happen. True Followers throughout this World will always WATCH those same things or events happen & wonder 'HOW did he, she or THEY do that?' Their answer to this their own question is always forever more the same 'I have NO idea!' 

make | Definition of make in English by Oxford Dictionaries

event | Definition of event in English by Oxford Dictionaries

happen | Definition of happen in English by Oxford Dictionaries

watch | Definition of watch in English by Oxford Dictionaries

same | Definition of same in English by Oxford Dictionaries

wonder | Definition of wonder in English by Oxford Dictionaries

they | Definition of they in English by Oxford Dictionaries

for evermore | Definition of for evermore in English by Oxford Dictionaries

idea | Definition of idea in English by Oxford Dictionaries

44. "All people throughout this World who are true professionals at their particular type of work or trade, always progress & always succeed at whatever task or project they attempt to start & finish. All people throughout this World who are not true professionals at their particular type of work or trade, never progress & always fail at whatever task or project they attempt to start & finish." 

work | Definition of work in English by Lexico Dictionaries

trade | Definition of trade in English by Lexico Dictionaries

progress | Definition of progress in English by Lexico Dictionaries

succeed | Definition of succeed in English by Lexico Dictionaries

project | Definition of project in English by Lexico Dictionaries

never | Definition of never in English by Lexico Dictionaries

fail | Definition of fail in English by Lexico Dictionaries

45. "Make sure any relevant advice you receive on any given important subject enquiry, is completely correct. Sometimes this advice may be partially or totally incorrect. This incorrectness may destroy your plans on what you intend to successfully do. Be careful & always 'watch out' for incorrect advice & always only accept fully totally correct verified proven advice." 

Relevant | Definition of Relevant by Lexico

Advice | Definition of Advice by Lexico

Correct | Definition of Correct by Lexico

Partially | Definition of Partially by Lexico

Totally | Definition of Totally by Lexico

Incorrect | Definition of Incorrect by Lexico

Destroy | Definition of Destroy by Lexico

Successfully | Definition of Successfully by Lexico

Accept | Definition of Accept by Lexico

Verify | Definition of Verify by Lexico

Proven | Definition of Proven by Lexico

46. "True Consistency. If on one day of your career or business, you do provide exceptional service and benefits, that your clients and customers will vividly ALWAYS remember and the very next day this service or these benefits change and are less or worse than what they were the day before, definitely do not expect your clients to continue to buy or purchase what you offer into the future. 'True Consistency,' in what you offer is always essential and not optional if you intend to survive and excel within your career or business."

Consistency | Definition of Consistency by Lexico

Consistent | Definition of Consistent by Lexico

Exceptional | Definition of Exceptional by Lexico

Service | Definition of Service by Lexico

Benefit | Definition of Benefit by Lexico

Vividly | Definition of Vividly by Lexico

Future | Definition of Future by Lexico

Essential | Definition of Essential by Lexico

Optional | Definition of Optional by Lexico

Obligatory | Definition of Obligatory by Lexico

Survive | Definition of Survive by Lexico

Excel | Definition of Excel by Lexico

Proficient | Definition of Proficient by Lexico

47. "If you live above your means, your means will ALWAYS not live above you, but instead below you, with your subsequent daily costs of living. If you do not live above your means, your means will ALWAYS live above you and not below you, with your subsequent daily costs of living."

Live | Definition of Live by Lexico

Means | Definition of Means by Lexico

Budget | Definition of Budget by Lexico

Expenditure | Definition of Expenditure by Lexico

Subsequent | Definition of Subsequent by Lexico

Daily | Definition of Daily by Lexico

Living | Definition of Living by Lexico

48. "Whatever you find a person doing on any particular day or night of the week, this is their pattern of the way they live their life. Make sure your pattern is conducive to success and not a failure."

Whatever | Definition of Whatever by Lexico

Pattern | Definition of Pattern by Lexico

Conducive | Definition of Conducive by Lexico

Success | Definition of Success by Lexico

Failure | Definition of Failure by Lexico

49. "Time. Whatever you do day in and day out as your activities will consume precious time. To achieve success, your time spent doing something must resemble success. If it does not, it will resemble failure." 

Time | Definition of Time by Lexico

Activity | Definition of Activity by Lexico

Consume | Definition of Consume by Lexico

Precious | Definition of Precious by Lexico

Resemble | Definition of Resemble by Lexico

50. "A true genuine leader does always think & plan ahead into the future for what they are currently attending to. A true genuine follower does not always do this, but instead leaves it to & allows a true genuine leader to do this."

Genuine | Definition of Genuine by Lexico

Leader | Definition of Leader by Lexico

Think | Definition of Think by Lexico

Plan | Definition of Plan by Lexico

Ahead | Definition of Ahead by Lexico

Future | Definition of Future by Lexico

Currently | Definition of Currently by Lexico

Attend | Definition of Attend by Lexico

Follower | Definition of Follower by Lexico

Allow | Definition of Allow by Lexico

51. "Responsibility. All true genuine leaders are fully responsible for their actions within their life. All true genuine followers are also, but when working in a team effort environment, they allow a true genuine leader to accept that responsibility, instead of & rather than themselves."

Responsibility | Definition of Responsibility by Lexico

Fully | Definition of Fully by Lexico

Responsible | Definition of Responsible by Lexico

Action | Definition of Action by Lexico

Environment | Definition of Environment by Lexico

Accept | Definition of Accept by Lexico

Themselves | Definition of Themselves by Lexico

52. "The lender versus the borrower. If a person and/or a Company Organisation lends any money whatsoever to any person and/or a Company Organisation, they initially own whatever the lent money is to be used for. A person and/or a Company Organisation is much better off financially if whatever the intended borrowed money is to be used to purchase or finance, comes from not borrowed money, but instead clear net profit (i.e., money) from an enterprise." 

Lender | Definition of Lender by Lexico

Borrower | Definition of Borrower by Lexico

Initially | Definition of Initially by Lexico

Own | Definition of Own by Lexico

Financially | Definition of Financially by Lexico

Finance | Definition of Finance by Lexico

Intend | Definition of Intend by Lexico

Purchase | Definition of Purchase by Lexico

53. "Can you today pay back any financial debt you owe and pay to administer the running costs of your Business Enterprise and/or your personal life with the clear net profits you generate and make from your Business Enterprise and the income you earn or make within your personal life? If yes, then your Business Enterprise and personal life are profitable. If no, then your Business Enterprise is unprofitable and you are not saving any money whatsoever within your Business Enterprise and your personal life. You are broke in other words! Saving money is the key to successful living."

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54. "Influence. Whatever you say and/or do has an influence either negatively, neutrally or positively on other people who experience what you have said and/or done. You may be surprised as I have, to what positive extent this influence has on other people. We all can learn from your influence."

Influence | Meaning of Influence by Lexico

Experience | Meaning of Experience by Lexico

Surprise | Meaning of Surprise by Lexico

Extent | Meaning of Extent by Lexico

Learn | Meaning of Learn by Lexico

55. "There are only three types of people throughout this World. The first are people who know nothing about something, the second are people who know something about something & the third are people who know everything about something. Which one of these three types of people are you or could you become?" 

Only | Meaning of Only by Lexico

Know | Meaning of Know by Lexico

Nothing | Meaning of Nothing by Lexico

What does something mean?

Everything | Meaning of Everything by Lexico

Become | Meaning of Become by Lexico

56. "Borrowing any money whatsoever may bring something to you that you did not have before your borrowing. The repayment of this borrowed money to your lender will remove something from you, that you could have had before & after your borrowing. Seriously think about & consider the possible ramifications if you borrow any money from a lending source." 

Repayment | Meaning of Repayment by Lexico

Remove | Meaning of Remove by Lexico

Serious | Meaning of Serious by Lexico

Think | Meaning of Think by Lexico

Consider | Meaning of Consider by Lexico

Possible | Meaning of Possible by Lexico

Ramification | Meaning of Ramification by Lexico

Consequence | Meaning of Consequence by Lexico

FINANCIAL RULE NUMBER ONE

57. "Paying for things on credit is exactly the same as having something you cannot immediately pay for & as a financial rule, this action will provide you with something that you may never be able to repay. Debt is what this is called. Debt is usually for financially illiterate people. Financially literate people usually pay for things they need out of clear net profit from their enterprise & not by using debt."

Credit | Meaning of Credit by Lexico

Financial | Meaning of Financial by Lexico

Finance | Meaning of Finance by Lexico

Rule | Meaning of Rule by Lexico

Action | Meaning of Action by Lexico

Repay | Meaning of Repay by Lexico

Usually | Meaning of Usually by Lexico

Illiterate | Meaning of Illiterate by Lexico

Literate | Meaning of Literate by Lexico

Net | Meaning of Net by Lexico

FINANCIAL RULE NUMBER TWO

58. "If you have an inclination to be jealous of another person & their successes, all you will receive & attract to your life is no successes, but only failures. If this accurately describes you, then you have an inherent major weakness & are a complete, total abject loser! If you would like to receive successes within your life, do not ever covet what another person has or is doing. Read about this explicit COMMANDMENT in the Bible Old Testament scripture: Exodus chapter 20 & verse 17."

Inclination | Definition of Inclination by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Inclination

Jealous | Definition of Jealous by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Jealous

Receive | Definition of Receive by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Receive

Attract | Definition of Attract by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Attract

Evoke | Definition of Evoke by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Evoke

Accurately | Definition of Accurately by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Accurately

DESCRIBE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Inherent | Definition of Inherent by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Inherent

Major | Definition of Major by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Major

Weakness | Definition of Weakness by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Weakness

Abject | Definition of Abject by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Abject

Loser | Definition of Loser by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Loser

Covet | Definition of Covet by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Covet

Explicit | Definition of Explicit by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Explicit

Commandment | Definition of Commandment by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Commandment

59. "If you are successful within your chosen career and/or your business enterprise, you deserve success. If you are not successful, you deserve failure."

Career | Meaning of Career by Lexico

Business | Meaning of Business by Lexico

Deserve | Meaning of Deserve by Lexico

60. "There are only two types of people found throughout this world. The first type of person is a person where nothing whatsoever ever works for them. The second type of person is a person where everything whatsoever always works for them. Which one of these two types of people are you or could you actually become?"

Found | Definition of Found by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Found

Nothing | Definition of Nothing by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Nothing

Ever | Definition of Ever by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ever

Works - definition of works by The Free Dictionary

Everything | Definition of Everything by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Everything

Actually | Definition of Actually by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Actually

Become | Definition of Become by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Become

61. "Mistakes versus no mistakes. Mistakes can be very detrimental, costly to your life & business enterprise. Only a life full or replete of real experiences will ensure you do not make any mistakes within your life."

Mistake | Definition of Mistake by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Mistake

Detrimental | Definition of Detrimental by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Detrimental

Costly | Definition of Costly by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Costly

Full | Definition of Full by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Full

Replete | Definition of Replete by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Replete

Ensure | Definition of Ensure by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ensure

62. "No problems versus always problems. There are some people who never have any problems in their life, while other people always have problems. Which type of person are you?"

Problem | Definition of Problem by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Problem

Type | Definition of Type by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Type

63. "I have very high exacting requirements placed on all of the personnel, component & service suppliers for all of my Worldwide invention & design projects. In return, they all are very well compensated & rewarded."

Exacting | Definition of Exacting by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Exacting

Requirement | Definition of Requirement by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Requirement

Personnel | Definition of Personnel by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Personnel

Worldwide | Definition of Worldwide by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Worldwide

Project | Definition of Project by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Project

Return | Definition of Return by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Return

Compensate | Definition of Compensate by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Compensate

Reward | Definition of Reward by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Reward

64. "If you do not yourself personally own your own Business, you are at the whims of your employer. This may or may not suit you. Individual Business ownership is the ideal way to supreme success."

Own | Definition of Own by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Own

Commercial | Definition of Commercial by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Commercial

Commerce | Definition of Commerce by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Commerce

Whim | Definition of Whim by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Whim

Employer | Definition of Employer by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Employer

Employ | Definition of Employ by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Employ

Suit | Definition of Suit by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Suit

Individual | Definition of Individual by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Individual

Ownership | Definition of Ownership by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ownership

Ideal | Definition of Ideal by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ideal

Way | Definition of Way by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Way

Supreme | Definition of Supreme by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Supreme

65. "The real key ingredient to super success is for you to implement your exclusive skills into your career and/or Business enterprise so that you have no competition with those skills. My exclusive personal Worldwide inventions & designs have no competition whatsoever." 

Ingredient | Definition of Ingredient by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ingredient

Super | Definition of Super by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Super

Implement | Definition of Implement by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Implement

Exclusive | Definition of Exclusive by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Exclusive

Competition | Definition of Competition by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Competition

Personal | Definition of Personal by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Personal

66. "There are numerous people and/or Company Organisations throughout this World, that are never able to make any money, while others always make money. Which are you?"

Numerous | Definition of Numerous by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Numerous

Never | Definition of Never by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Never

Money | Definition of Money by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Money

67. "Limited versus unlimited income. Only your innate or newly developed & new-found skills will provide you with either a limited or unlimited income potential. Only you can decide which you will receive, a limited or an unlimited income." 

Limited | Definition of Limited by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Limited

Unlimited | Definition of Unlimited by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Unlimited

Newly | Definition of Newly by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Newly

Develop | Definition of Develop by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Develop

New-Found | Definition of New-Found by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of New-Found

Potential | Definition of Potential by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Potential

Decide | Definition of Decide by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Decide

68. "Think very carefully before you intend to borrow any money from any source because that money is not your own. It belongs to the skills and/or profit of another person, Business, Government, or Company Organisation."

Carefully | Definition of Carefully by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Carefully

Government | Definition of Government by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Government

Govern | Definition of Govern by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Govern

Company | Definition of Company by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Company

Organization | Definition of Organization by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Organization

69. "Do you start fires, extinguish fires, or have no fires within your personal, career, and/or Business life? My personal definition or meaning of the word fires used here in this quote is simply, problems."

Start | Definition of Start by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Start

Extinguish | Definition of Extinguish by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Extinguish

Career | Definition of Career by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Career

Life | Definition of Life by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Life

Quote | Definition of Quote by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Quote

Quotation | Definition of Quotation by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Quotation

Simply | Definition of Simply by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Simply

70. "A liar tells lies for evermore. Lies tell a liar for evermore."

Liar | Definition of Liar by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Liar

Tell | Definition of Tell by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Tell

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For Evermore | Definition of For Evermore by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of For Evermore

71. "Some Businesses throughout the World do not want clients. How can you tell or know this? By the Business not providing a potential client what they require." 

Client | Definition of Client by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Client

72. "Another person and/or a Company Organisation pays your income. Make sure you have sufficient adeptness so that your income pays you."

Pay | Definition of Pay by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Pay

Sufficient | Definition of Sufficient by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Sufficient

Adeptness | Definition of Adeptness by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Adeptness

Adept | Definition of Adept by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Adept

73. "I can immediately ascertain what type of personality or demeanour a person has, within the very first reply answer or comment from this person, to what I have spoken to this person about. Supreme intuition is what this is called."

Immediately | Definition of Immediately by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Immediately

Ascertain | Definition of Ascertain by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Ascertain

Personality | Definition of Personality by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Personality

Character | Definition of Character by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Character

Demeanour | Definition of Demeanour by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Demeanour

Reply | Definition of Reply by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Reply

Supreme | Definition of Supreme by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Supreme

Intuition | Definition of Intuition by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Intuition

74. "There are many, many people throughout this world who will always forevermore answer a question and/or offer their view on a particular given subject with a nonsensical, stupid & idiotic response. Are you one of these types of people? I am not, but I will for sure know if you are by your reply."

NONSENSICAL | Definition of NONSENSICAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NONSENSICAL

STUPID | Definition of STUPID by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of STUPID

IDIOTIC | Definition of IDIOTIC by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IDIOTIC

RESPONSE | Definition of RESPONSE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of RESPONSE

REPLY | Definition of REPLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REPLY

75. "There are numerous people in this world, that you are wasting your time conversing with them about anything at all. Why is this? Because they do not understand what you are talking about & never ever will. I call these types of people pure deadbeats!"

NUMEROUS | Definition of NUMEROUS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NUMEROUS

CONVERSE | Definition of CONVERSE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CONVERSE

UNDERSTAND | Definition of UNDERSTAND by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNDERSTAND

PURE | Definition of PURE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of PURE

DEADBEAT | Definition of DEADBEAT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DEADBEAT

FECKLESS | Definition of FECKLESS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FECKLESS

76. "Some people in this world will not ever listen to your instruction. This means you never ever listen to their instruction to you. Why follow this advice? Because their instruction to you will be of no value to you."

SOME | Definition of SOME by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SOME

LISTEN | Definition of LISTEN by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of LISTEN

INSTRUCTION | Definition of INSTRUCTION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INSTRUCTION

FOLLOW | Definition of FOLLOW by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FOLLOW

ADVICE | Definition of ADVICE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ADVICE

VALUE | Definition of VALUE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of VALUE

77. "There are many people throughout this world that always cause serious trouble wherever they go & are completely useless at whatever they attempt to do. Do not ever give these people any form of responsibility to effectively complete a task, because they are always unable to fulfil this. These people never make any money throughout their entire lives. Nothing ever works out for them & it never will! You may know one or more of these people. I certainly do."

SERIOUS | Definition of SERIOUS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SERIOUS

TROUBLE | Definition of TROUBLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of TROUBLE

USELESS | Definition of USELESS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of USELESS

EFFECTIVELY | Definition of EFFECTIVELY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EFFECTIVELY

UNABLE | Definition of UNABLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNABLE

ENTIRE | Definition of ENTIRE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ENTIRE

CERTAINLY | Definition of CERTAINLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CERTAINLY

78. "Today in this World, there are many people who will always for evermore do the opposite of what is considered & accepted to be normal within their meaningless lives. All of these people will always be abnormal in whatever they attempt to do."

OPPOSITE | Definition of OPPOSITE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of OPPOSITE

NORMAL | Definition of NORMAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NORMAL

MEANINGLESS | Definition of MEANINGLESS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MEANINGLESS

ABNORMAL | Definition of ABNORMAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ABNORMAL

79. "A couple in a relationship is always exactly the same as each other in their personal characteristics & outlook on life. I have yet to find this is not the case."

COUPLE | Definition of COUPLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of COUPLE

RELATIONSHIP | Definition of RELATIONSHIP by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of RELATIONSHIP

EXACTLY | Definition of EXACTLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXACTLY

OUTLOOK | Definition of OUTLOOK by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of OUTLOOK

80. "If you ask a fool for their advice on anything, you will always receive a foolish answer or response every time. A fool can only give this type of reply."

FOOL | Definition of FOOL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FOOL

FOOLISH | Definition of FOOLISH by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FOOLISH

REPLY | Definition of REPLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REPLY

81. "There are many 'nuts' out there in this world. A person who is a nut, rarely if ever, brings any value to their own life and/or the lives of other people. A nut always 'hangs out' or 'hangs around' with another nut, because they have the same personal & life characteristics as each other. A nut will always be a nut until eternity."

NUT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

RARELY | Definition of RARELY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of RARELY

HANG OUT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

HANG AROUND | Definition of HANG AROUND by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of HANG AROUND

ETERNITY | Definition of ETERNITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ETERNITY

INFINITE | Definition of INFINITE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INFINITE

LIMITLESS | Definition of LIMITLESS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of LIMITLESS

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82. "Dream the seemingly impossible. These so-called 'impossibilities' can come true. They have for me."

DREAM | Definition of DREAM by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DREAM

SEEMINGLY | Definition of SEEMINGLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SEEMINGLY

IMPOSSIBLE DREAM | Definition of IMPOSSIBLE DREAM by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

IMPOSSIBILITY | Definition of IMPOSSIBILITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IMPOSSIBILITY

83. "True inventors empower this entire world. The world then empowers these same inventors."

INVENTOR | Definition of INVENTOR by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INVENTOR

EMPOWER | Definition of EMPOWER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EMPOWER

WORLD | Definition of WORLD by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of WORLD

84. "A specialist will always enlist other specialists to complete a specific project. A non-specialist does not & never will, ensuring their total expensive financial failure."

SPECIALIST | Definition of SPECIALIST by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SPECIALIST

ENLIST | Definition of ENLIST by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ENLIST

SPECIFIC | Definition of SPECIFIC by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SPECIFIC

PROJECT | Definition of PROJECT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of PROJECT

NON- | Definition of NON- by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NON-

ENSURE | Definition of ENSURE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ENSURE

TOTAL | Definition of TOTAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of TOTAL

EXPENSIVE | Definition of EXPENSIVE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXPENSIVE

FAILURE | Definition of FAILURE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FAILURE

85. "The more personnel a Company Organisation has employed, the worse off financially they will be. Conversely, the fewer people it has will ensure its profitability & sustainability. Personnel are the most costly asset to have."

EMPLOYED | Definition of EMPLOYED by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EMPLOYED

WORSE OFF | Definition of WORSE OFF by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of WORSE OFF

CONVERSELY | Definition of CONVERSELY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CONVERSELY

FEW | Definition of FEW by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FEW

PROFITABILITY | Definition of PROFITABILITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of PROFITABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY | Definition of SUSTAINABILITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SUSTAINABILITY

ASSET | Definition of ASSET by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ASSET

86. "You can always tell what the quality & reputation of any Business and/or Company Organisation is like by the people who work there. A dodgy appearance & manner of the personnel will ensure a dodgy result of their products/services. A professional appearance & manner ensures a good high-quality reliable, durable product/service."

QUALITY | Definition of QUALITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of QUALITY

REPUTATION | Definition of REPUTATION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REPUTATION

DODGY | Definition of DODGY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DODGY

APPEARANCE | Definition of APPEARANCE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of APPEARANCE

MANNER | Definition of MANNER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MANNER

HIGH-QUALITY | Definition of HIGH-QUALITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of HIGH-QUALITY

RELIABLE | Definition of RELIABLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of RELIABLE

DURABLE | Definition of DURABLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DURABLE

87. "If you do not have any administration skills & services within your Business Company Organisation, then I do not & will not ever deal with and/or conduct any Business transactions with you. It is as simple & real as that!"

ADMINISTRATION | Definition of ADMINISTRATION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ADMINISTRATION

SERVICE | Definition of SERVICE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SERVICE

TRANSACTION | Definition of TRANSACTION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of TRANSACTION

SIMPLE | Definition of SIMPLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SIMPLE

88. "In life, there are numerous 'fads' that come & go with time. Make sure the skills you have implemented into your Business enterprise are not one of them."

NUMEROUS | Definition of NUMEROUS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NUMEROUS

FAD | Definition of FAD by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FAD

CRAZE | Definition of CRAZE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CRAZE

89. "I have purposely removed & replaced all of the previous 'clowns' who were involved with my Worldwide Business, with only the very best personnel available anywhere in the world. These 'clown' idiots cannot ever even manage a circus! Good riddance!"

PURPOSELY | Definition of PURPOSELY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of PURPOSELY

REPLACE | Definition of REPLACE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REPLACE

CLOWN | Definition of CLOWN by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CLOWN

IDIOT | Definition of IDIOT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IDIOT

MANAGE | Definition of MANAGE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MANAGE

CIRCUS | Definition of CIRCUS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CIRCUS

GOOD RIDDANCE | Definition of GOOD RIDDANCE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of GOOD RIDDANCE

90. "By far the biggest 'creep' I have ever come across in my entire life is a male individual. Do you have even the slightest remote idea who this is?"

CREEP | Definition of CREEP by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CREEP

INDIVIDUAL | Definition of INDIVIDUAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INDIVIDUAL

SLIGHT | Definition of SLIGHT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SLIGHT

REMOTE | Definition of REMOTE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REMOTE

91. "As they say, don't reinvent the wheel. I say this, always reinvent the wheel, so as to improve its features & benefits for the human race."

REINVENT | Definition of REINVENT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of REINVENT

IMPROVE | Definition of IMPROVE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IMPROVE

FEATURE | Definition of FEATURE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FEATURE

BENEFIT | Definition of BENEFIT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of BENEFIT

HUMAN RACE | Definition of HUMAN RACE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of HUMAN RACE

92. "Another person and/or Company Organisation does pay for your income. Make sure you deserve it, by always efficiently providing what they require."

EFFICIENTLY | Definition of EFFICIENTLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EFFICIENTLY

93. "Successful people do know the 'something' that causes them success. Unsuccessful people do not know & will never ever know what this 'something' is." 

SOMETHING | Definition of SOMETHING by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SOMETHING

UNSUCCESSFUL | Definition of UNSUCCESSFUL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNSUCCESSFUL

94. "The end consumer of whatever the products and/or services that you provide, does pay you your income. Always exceed the expectations of your consumer. This way, you will always receive your income."

CONSUMER | Definition of CONSUMER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CONSUMER

EXCEED | Definition of EXCEED by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXCEED

EXPECTATION | Definition of EXPECTATION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXPECTATION

95. "If you try to 'cut corners' by not sensibly or irresponsibly lowering the operational costs of your Business enterprise, the inherent quality of your manufactured product and/or provided service will always suffer to your detriment. This will negatively irreversibly affect your short & long-term sales."

SENSIBLY | Definition of SENSIBLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SENSIBLY

IRRESPONSIBLY | Definition of IRRESPONSIBLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IRRESPONSIBLY

INHERENT | Definition of INHERENT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INHERENT

QUALITY | Definition of QUALITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of QUALITY

SUFFER | Definition of SUFFER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SUFFER

DETRIMENT | Definition of DETRIMENT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DETRIMENT

NEGATIVELY | Definition of NEGATIVELY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NEGATIVELY

IRREVERSIBLY | Definition of IRREVERSIBLY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of IRREVERSIBLY

UNDO | Definition of UNDO by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNDO

ALTERED | Definition of ALTERED by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ALTERED

SALE | Definition of SALE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SALE

96. "You are today the sum result of your characteristics as a child. Good characteristics will always bring you & others good results. Conversely, bad characteristics do not ever."

SUM | Definition of SUM by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SUM

CHARACTERISTIC | Definition of CHARACTERISTIC by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CHARACTERISTIC

CHILD | Definition of CHILD by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CHILD

97. "A winner will always win at whatever they attempt to accomplish. A loser will always lose at this."

WINNER | Definition of WINNER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of WINNER

WIN | Definition of WIN by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of WIN

WHATEVER | Definition of WHATEVER by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of WHATEVER

ACCOMPLISH | Definition of ACCOMPLISH by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ACCOMPLISH

LOSE | Definition of LOSE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of LOSE

98. "The more communication messages you receive, the less effective the Business is. The fewer communication messages you receive, the more effective the Business is. Quality messages are what you need, not quantity messages."

COMMUNICATION | Definition of COMMUNICATION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of COMMUNICATION

MESSAGE | Definition of MESSAGE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MESSAGE

EFFECTIVE | Definition of EFFECTIVE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EFFECTIVE

FEW | Definition of FEW by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FEW

QUALITY | Definition of QUALITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of QUALITY

QUANTITY | Definition of QUANTITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of QUANTITY

99. "It is impossible to explain to a person or group if they are incapable of understanding what it is you are trying to convey. There are many people or groups just like this."

EXPLAIN | Definition of EXPLAIN by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXPLAIN

INCAPABLE | Definition of INCAPABLE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INCAPABLE

UNDERSTANDING | Definition of UNDERSTANDING by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNDERSTANDING

CONVEY | Definition of CONVEY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CONVEY

100. "If you decide to open a Business, always aim to be big, otherwise, you may not achieve & maintain enough sustenance."

AIM | Definition of AIM by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of AIM

BIG | Definition of BIG by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of BIG

OTHERWISE | Definition of OTHERWISE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of OTHERWISE

ACHIEVE | Definition of ACHIEVE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ACHIEVE

MAINTAIN | Definition of MAINTAIN by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MAINTAIN

ENOUGH | Definition of ENOUGH by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ENOUGH

SUSTENANCE | Definition of SUSTENANCE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SUSTENANCE

101. "If you have or hold the mark of the beast or 666, do not ever expect to make or retain any money or profit whatsoever in your life, because you will not. You will also have a mental disability in understanding general everyday experiences."

MENTAL | Definition of MENTAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MENTAL

DISABILITY | Definition of DISABILITY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of DISABILITY

UNDERSTANDING | Definition of UNDERSTANDING by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of UNDERSTANDING

GENERAL | Definition of GENERAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of GENERAL

EVERYDAY | Definition of EVERYDAY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EVERYDAY

EXPERIENCE | Definition of EXPERIENCE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXPERIENCE

Scriptures from the Bible or The Word of God New Testament last book of Revelation

Revelation chapter 13 and verses 15-18.

102. "Incognisant. If a person gives you a mystified look & a nonsensical response after you state something to them, they are incognisant. There are many people just like this."

INCOGNIZANT | Definition of INCOGNIZANT by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of INCOGNIZANT

MYSTIFY | Definition of MYSTIFY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of MYSTIFY

NONSENSICAL | Definition of NONSENSICAL by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of NONSENSICAL

STATE | Definition of STATE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of STATE

103. "If societies of the world function without adhering to all of the teachings of the complete Old & New Testaments of the Bible or Word of God, chaos ensues, such as seen in the world today."

SOCIETY | Definition of SOCIETY by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of SOCIETY

FUNCTION | Definition of FUNCTION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of FUNCTION

ADHERE | Definition of ADHERE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ADHERE

TEACHING | Definition of TEACHING by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of TEACHING

CHAOS | Definition of CHAOS by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of CHAOS

ENSUE | Definition of ENSUE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ENSUE

104. "A boofhead (i.e., fool) is a foolish person & is born this way. They will always be a fool forever more."

BOOFHEAD | Definition of BOOFHEAD by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of BOOFHEAD

105. "You can have the world, providing you also allow the world to have your exclusive ambitions."

ALLOW | Definition of ALLOW by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of ALLOW

EXCLUSIVE | Definition of EXCLUSIVE by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of EXCLUSIVE

AMBITION | Definition of AMBITION by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of AMBITION

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106. "For things to change you have to change. For things to get better you have to get better.''

''You are being paid today what you are worth. If you desire or would like to be paid more, then you must bring more value to the marketplace. In other words, you must become more valuable to the marketplace. If you do this, then the marketplace or other people will definitely pay you more for your increased professional value. This payment may be in the terms of money or another type of commercial payment or reward.'' JIM ROHN. One of the very very best personal development speakers & coaches anywhere in the World & that has ever lived.

107. Everything begins with a thought.

''Life consists of what a man is thinking about all day.'' RALPH WALDO EMERSON.

108. What we think determines who we are. Who we are determines what we do.

''The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts.'' JOHN LOCKE.

109. Our thoughts determine our destiny. Our destiny determines our legacy.

''You are today where your thoughts have brought you. You will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.'' JAMES ALLEN.

110. People who go to the top think differently than others.

''Nothing limits achievement like small thinking, nothing expands possibilities like unleashed thinking.'' WILLIAM ARTHUR WARD.

111. Persistence can sometimes pay off handsomely.

"Keep on going and the chances are that you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I never heard of anyone ever stumbling on something sitting down." CHARLES F. KETTERING.

112. We can change the way we think.

''Whatever things are true ... noble ... just ... pure ... lovely ... are of good report. If there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy, think on these things.'' PAUL THE APOSTLE (A Bible or the Word of God New Testament Writer.)

One Final Thought

''There ain't no rules around here. We're trying to accomplish something.'' THOMAS EDISON - Inventor.