Good Advice

What happens in you is more important than what happens to you.
Seek out quiet people. They have a lot to say if you say something first.
Pride is a disease that makes everyone sick except the person afflicted.
Develop your vocabulary, but don't overuse fancy words.
Don't wait for memories to happen. Plan them in advance.
The difference between mediocre and excellent is usually a very small amount of effort.
There's nothing wrong with being average unless it's not your best.
There is a solution to every problem.
It doesn't take any extra time to be nice.
Don't be afraid to ask dumb questions. Better a dumb question than a dumb mistake.
Listen with your eyes as well as your ears.
If you want people to think you're interesting, ask them questions about themselves.
Feeling good about yourself begins with serving others.
Never underestimate your opponent.
Do not pretend to know when all you can offer is a guess.
Failing to respond to a negative comment about someone else implies your agreement.
Generosity does not include giving away something you'll never miss.
People are attracted to enthusiasm.
You learn more by listening. (You already know what you would say.)
Feeling sorry for someone is OK; helping them is better.
Understand the difference between acting young and being immature.
Eloquence is logic on fire.
Only the sinner has a right to preach.
Lost time is never found again.
Whatever you cannot understand, you cannot possess.
We can only change the world by changing men.
Youth comes but once in a lifetime.