Don’t change the narrative—delete it. Right action is the soul of eloquence.
True leadership is modest and self-effacing. When what needs to be done is done, the people say, “We did it ourselves.”
The aim of counselling is to stop the mind, not stimulate it. Can we think our way out of a problem that thought has created? No chance. Lao Tzu: “More words count less.”
A true leader does not draw attention to himself.
A gentleman does not: (1) claim credit, (2) curry favour, (3) deflect blame.