Try to do little things the best you can. Even if you think they are unimportant.
Do not yell because it ruins your dignity.
Constantly evaluate yourself for constant improvement. You can always learn to do something with less effort, improve your knowledge, or act more productively.
A lesson learned remains only an observation until you change your behaviour.
Rhetoric is used by both sides in an argument.
“Nothing happens to any man that he is not formed by nature to bear.” Marcus Aurelius
“It is no use in saying we are doing our best. You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.” Winston Churchill
“Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.” Charles MacKay
“Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish into air.” John Quincy Adams
“If A equals success, then the formula is A=X+Y+Z. X is work, Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut.” Albert Einstein
“The harder I work the more luck I seem to have.” Ben Franklin
“Some people see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not.” Robert F. Kennedy
“If you want your children to improve, let them overhear the nice things you say about them to others.” Haim Ginott
“Endurance and to be able to endure is the first lesson a child should learn because it’s the one they will most need to know.” Jean Jacques Rousseau
“Avoid having your ego so close to your position that when your position fails, your ego goes as well.” Colin Powell
“People who soar are those who refuse to sit back, sigh and wish things would change. They neither complain of their lot, nor passively dream of some distant ship coming in. Rather, they visualize in their minds that they are not quitters; they will not allow life’s circumstances to push them down and hold them under.” Charles R. Swindoll