78. The truth may tilt and rock the boat but falsehood sinks it.
77. Where institutionalized narrow-mindedness and frivolity are allowed to run rampant, reality can be obscured even to the most brilliant of minds.
76. The longest journey is that which is not started.
75. The path of difference is often lonely but greatly rewarding.
74. The law never catches up with the one who is led by moral integrity in all actions.
73. Death occurs wherever the pocketbook takes the place of the heart - http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2016/01/true-success.html
72. Among the dictators ruling our societies and causing enormous stress and death are money and the clock but a person can choose not to be their slave.
69. According to a common analogy (origin unknown): Alone, the stick is easily broken; but in a bundle with others it gains strength.
68. Those who ignore wisdom often trip on it and experience terrible falls.
66. In the absence of true friendly collaboration, peace treaty kinds of business contracts are often devoid of honest dealings - http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2013/12/distrust-critical-industry-consideration.html
63. When the truth is indisputable, shunning it is fool-hardy and disputing what is true is greater folly.
62. Keep consumers alive to keep them coming back to keep your business alive.
61. Wisdom eludes only those who ignore it.
60. The fortunate are few because too many people pay no attention to great opportunities.
59. If you mean to do what is right, the right ideas spring to life - http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2015/12/taking-stand-versus-fence-sitting.html
58. Experience is multiplied many times over when it is shared with many people many times - http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-question-from-aspiring-food.html
57. Always seek wise counsel. Wisdom never expires and it is mocked only by fools.
55. Paper-thin assurance produces only paper-thin customer loyalty - http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2015/09/reversible-reality.html
54. This claim made by anyone of himself or herself is always false: "I am a humble person."
53. When opportunities arise to help others:
51. Some of the most painful regrets in life come from valuable things known but ignored.
50. Money power is pleasurable, brain power is respectable, political or social power is admirable but wisdom overpowers all.
49. A person may accumulate great monetary wealth by selling his or her soul but what is actually lost in the process is immeasurably greater than the monetary wealth accumulated.
48. Only those who know they are enslaved seek ways to be free.
47. Keeping your fingers crossed effectively prevents you from using your hands in achieving what you hope for or averting what you fear.
46. If “they” are wrong but you can't fight “them”, don't simply join “them” because you would be wrong. Stand your grounds instead with an openness to learn more of what is right.
45. The only insignificant voice is the one that says others are insignificant.
44. Don't just go ahead and "like" before you have given serious thought to what you are "liking".
43. The use of technology is good but commonsense can be applied to solve many problems where highly convoluted and expensive technological gadgets fail.
42. Crooked ways do not lead as quickly to desirable destinations as straightforward ways.
41. Pride gives people much less than it takes away form them.
40. Worrying about problems or avoiding them does not make them go away; taking small meaningful steps towards solutions is always advisable. Avoided problems always persist to torment those who avoid them.
39. Don’t keep walking if you can’t see where you are going. You could be heading to the edge of a cliff.
38. Those who are too proud to listen and learn are often left behind while those who are willing to learn new things will keep on soaring to new heights.
37. The notion of "keeping things simple" is logical but it must not serve as an escape and a high-sounding rationalization for mental apathy.
35. While a storm is already raging, taking gentle steps to avoid rocking the boat is meaningless.
34. For any company anywhere, and for any group of people, the best and most effective policies are cultivated; not enforced.
33. A company should not need to promote its image if customers are already seeing the real thing (not the image) in the products and services delivered.
32. Two ways of being market-driven:
31. Unless you keep the products of your business strictly to yourself and sell none to anyone else, it is not strictly your business.
30. The majority is right sometimes but not always - http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/majority
29. Ignorance is not always bliss; it can be deadly.
28. Behaviour is formed and informed through knowledge and practice, but it is compelled by belief.
27. The moment we feel invincible and become complacent is the moment we become most vulnerable.
26. Any compliance management system that causes people to deliberately hide things that should be identified for correction is a self-defeating system.
25. Learn quickly from encountered small mistakes - a lesson learned too late can cause as much devastation as a lesson not learned.
24. Until it is in the right direction, moving forward is not progress.
23. Knowing what is truly necessary prevents the wasting of valuable resources in the pursuit of pseudo-necessities.
22. The urge to provide promotional content (perhaps unintended but ends up as misleading information) on product labels in order to sell more products to more consumers often overpowers the determination to protect them.
21. People who are only forced into compliance through punitive measures often revert to their original state of non-compliance wherever they sense any weakness or loophole in the enforcement measures.
8 - Often times, making a difference takes people who are willing to do things that are different from what others are doing.