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  • Cheryl Holbeck

    Number one is so true I learned this the hard way but got it right the 2nd time around!

  • Barbara Stone

    the high school guidance counselor at my kids high school had this poster on her door....I especially like number 1. So true!

  • Summer Betley

    Good advice for kids

  • Langley Brown

    Something to live by #sotrue

  • Miranda Myszka

    Success quotes and sayings

  • adrianreynolds.co.uk

    There are some gems in here. I take this as good advice on how to get taken seriously in a male dominated industry without rocking the boat. Whether I like it or not I am different. People pay attention purely because I stand out. I need to make sure the "we have a girl working here" is followed up with "and she was good at her work and no hassle to work with"

  • Diane Burns

    Good things to live by... i REALLY need to work on some of these but 3,4,5 and 9 REALLY stand out...although #20 Is my strongest!

  • Lori Sparkia

    Words of wisdom for my kids: things you try to instill in them, all written in one place :-)

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