When you practice this principle, you’ll find that both your respect for yourself and the respect of others for you will zoom upward. And you’ll find you’re actually ahead money wise when you pay twice as much and buy half as many because:
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Grow big by thinking big!
Here are four ways to help you develop a big thinker’s vocabulary.
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In working with employees, the big objective is developing their full potential, not making issues out of their minor errors. In living with neighbors, the big objective is mutual respect and friendship not seeing if you can have their dog impounded because once in a while it barks at night. Paraphrasing some military lingo, it is much better to lose a battle and win the war than to win a battle and the war.
The following Point illustrates the question