Working on Workaholism
"One of the great fallacies surrounding success is the belief that hard work and more work are the keys to success. There are three reasons why this belief is wrong. . . ."
-- Chapter Two
Perhaps one of the biggest challenges of the modern era is our belief that we need to work all the time. We convince ourselves -- and others -- that more work is always a good thing.
We know that's not the right answer.
How do we start the process of overcoming our workaholic habits?
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Quote Me On This:
The Wit and Wisdom of Coleman Cox
A Great Book of Quips and Quotations. Paperback.
This book is 300 pages of one-liners, stories, quips, and wisdom.
One cannot collect great quotations for very long without finding some great one-liners by Coleman Cox.
His favorite topic is sales, but he also covers business in general and life in general.
Cox's writing started in 1921 when he decided to print up a small paper booklet with a thick paper cover. As he tells it, this booklet consisted of "a few hundred paragraphs telling something of my experiences and observations during thirty years of active business life."
He gave away a few thousand of these booklets. After that he received hundreds of letters requesting multiple copies of the booklet. So he printed a second edition, which sold out before the printing was complete.
After that the booklet quickly went to a third, fourth, fifth printing, and beyond.
Within ten months, the first booklet, had sold millions of copies. So, in 1922 Cox came out with another brilliant collection of witticisms. Every copy was sold out before the printing of the first edition was complete.
Cox's little paragraphs are inspiring and entertaining. Turn to any page and you'll find yourself flipping through several more. You'll be asking yourself "What will he say next?"