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  • Alfredo shared from Executive Presence: The Missing Link Between Merit and Success by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
    It turns out that becoming a leader and doing something amazing with your life hinge on what makes you different, not on what makes you the same as everyone else.
    Note: Becoming a leader hinges on what makes you different, not same
  • Alfredo shared from The Consolations of Philosophy (Vintage International) by Alain De Botton
    It is by finding out what something is not that one comes closest to understanding what it is.
    Note: It is by finding out what something is not that one comes closest to understanding what it is.
  • Alfredo shared from How Proust Can Change Your Life (Vintage International) by Alain De Botton
    Such intimate communion between our own life and the novels we read may be why Proust argued: In reality, every reader is, while he is reading, the reader of his own self. The writer’s work is merely a kind of optical instrument which he offers to the reader to enable him to discern what, without this book, he would perhaps never have experienced in himself. And the recognition by the reader in his own self of what the book says is the proof of its veracity.
    Note: In reality, every reader is, while he is reading, the reader of his own self. M. Proust
  • Alfredo shared from Mastery by Robert Greene
    We must create our own world or we will die from inaction.
    Note: We must create our own world or we will die from inaction
  • Alfredo shared from APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book by Guy Kawasaki, Shawn Welch
    The self-edited author is as foolish as the self-medicated patient.
    Note: The self edited author is as foolish as the self medicated patient
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Alfredo Arcieri