There are some talented people who won't follow you even if you have money. But things may be different if you really have a lot of money.
For some of us, the more competent you are, the more will the mediocre pick on you.
Once you've identified you goal, just set out and reach it. But do remember to keep observing and evaluating the situation, or you won't be able to survive when problems come.
Get up where you fell down. That's bravery. Choose a wise time for your return. That's wisdom.
It is import to get tougher as you fight in your job. But the ultimate goal you should focus on is to corner your targets.
If you want to win a landslide victory over your opponent, you have to get strong enough first. Otherwise you're just asking for humiliation.
Don't just let your employees take risk for you. There are times that you have to take the lead and parade on the frontline.
When you're in good condition, you alone can deal with a team's job. When you're in poor condition, you are only gonna ruin a whole team's job. It's very critical to stay in the right condition if you're gonna face a serious task.
No matter how strong you're, never assume that you can finish all your rivals with one strike. Stay calm and vigilant. And prerpare yourself well for a second attack.
Nothing is unpenetrable, except for speed.
Career is complicated, you need to have the ability to frequently switch among different modes. Keep the packs light when you march, but don't forget to look for the opportunity to bring out a full strike.
Destroy it or get destroyed by it. This is the attitude you should have when facing a really difficult project.
People who are really reliable never decorate themselves with vanity. They proceed and retreat freely in adversity. And they never ask for fame after they accomplish things.
Even a brave warrior should choose carefully when and where to get on the stage. There's only a string of difference between crashing your enemy and being crashed by your enemy.
Only those who get stronger after every battle and get braver after every failure can stand to the end.
People keep saying the best defense is to attack. But there are a lot of opportunities which are only for those who can both attack and defend.
If you want the real talent, you have to pay enough.
Better I betray everyone else than get betrayed? Be careful in your career of those despicable ones who think this way!
Everyone has to start from the grass-roots. Don't underestimate your own value. Your team need you more than you've realised.
Do remember: there are situations in which your wife knows better than you.
Learn from other's experience. By doing this you can keep improving yourself and get a better chance for survival.
If what you are good at is fight in the backstage, then don't rush in the front when it's not necessary.
If you're faster than any other in your team, then you should be more careful than the others about where you are heading.
Don't be so bossy everytime you get in charge of a new team. Though your orders can impress people if they are really wise orders, they can also be lame ones and show everybody your incompetence.
If you want to fight an enemy bigger than you, you must keep the safe distance when you're fighting.
If you want to keep your enemies at bay, you have to be good at predicting their moves.
Of course you can rely on luck to catch your target. But once you catched it you can only rely on your abilities to deal with it.
Heart-break is not a reason for crying. Stupidity is. So yes, the only way out is to keep learning!
Sometimes you need to learn to create obstacles for your rivals. This can buy you more time.
Loving singing can be a good thing. Your coworkers can have a better mood if they have someone who can sing around them. But if you are tone-deaf and still insist singing, then you are a problem.
If you're heading at the wrong direction, all your efforts are gonna be in vain no matter how fierce you are.
Some people are poison to a team. They may not be that obvious at first. But they can become real troubles once they've stayed long enough.
You should know where your comfort zone is. The strategies you need to take in and outside the zone are different.
Some people are good at focusing on one point and striking with full capacity. So the first priority for you should be to identify your target.
Every move you take should have reasons to back it. Unexamined moves can be very devastating.
Don't underestimate someone just because she is young. She may be the real core of this team.
Don't use up all your energy everytime. There are always more unexpected things than you think.
Don't just think about the first strike when you make a move. Sometimes the real power lies in the consequences.
There are problems that you don't need to address directly. You can get a better cost performance by avoiding them.
Maybe you are a spoiled child back home. But once you come to work you are not different from any other here.
No matter how experienced and capable you are, be a team player.
If the rules have changed, then don't keep thinking about the old way.
Don't try to beat the rival with what you prepared for your own excape, or you're gonna be a victim of your own recklessness.
Find out where you can show your true talent. Don't try to compete with others in what you're not good at.
If you want to be the one who finish the battle, please make sure it's safe for yourself first. Don't ignore any trait of potential danger.
Don't be too eager to use a skill just because you're good at it. It may expose your weakness.
Before you get strong enough, don't step out of the dark forest. But once you show yourself, do make sure that the enemy fears you.
The others may remember you for the strikes you made. But you yourself should be clear that your core competitiveness is your vision.
Sometimes it's good for you to be underestimated by the enemy, because they may expose their own weakness in front of you.
Knowing how to stand in others' shoes can give you a better chance of beating them.
If you can't kill the target with one set of attacks, don't get obssessed with the fight. Retreat