Dealing With People Quotes

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C. JoyBell C.
“Don't let a thief into your house three times. The first time was enough. The second time was a chance. The third time means you're stupid.”
C. JoyBell C.

C. JoyBell C.
“As you go about your daily life, you will encounter many lemons. Sour expressions, sour attitudes, sour auras! The good thing is that if you don't want to be a lemon, you don't have to be! Just don't let those lemons rub themselves all over you! And you don't even have to save them! Let lemons be lemons! One of the most important things that I have ever learned, is that I don't have to save people.”
C. JoyBell C.

Greg Campbell
“Dealing with jackasses on every front today. Good thing I have tiger blood and Adonis DNA. (Charlie Sheen Reference)”
Greg Campbell

“If someone thinks you’re being dramatic or selfish, then they obviously haven’t walked a mile in your shoes. It’s not important for you to explain yourself. You get a pass here. Don’t let anyone else try to saddle you with guilt or shame. If you need your space, take it.”
Sarah Newman

Robin Jarvis
“I shall not waste any more words on you," she said coldly. "Your mind is too closed to hear them.”
Robin Jarvis, The Oaken Throne

“There’s an interesting story about Abraham Lincoln. During the American Civil War he signed an order transferring certain regiments, but Secretary of War Edwin Stanton refused to execute it, calling the president a fool. When Lincoln heard he replied, ‘If Stanton said I’m a fool then I must be, for he’s nearly always right, and he says what he thinks. I’ll step over and see for myself.’ He did, and when Stanton convinced him the order was in error, Lincoln quietly withdrew it. Part of Lincoln’s greatness lay in his ability to rise above pettiness, ego, and sensitivity to other people’s opinions. He wasn’t easily offended. He welcomed criticism, and in doing so demonstrated one of the strengths of a truly great person: humility. So, have you been criticised? Make it a time to learn, not lose.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Your body can be in captivity, your life can be in captivity, but there is only one thing you should not allow to be in captivity; that is your soul.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“When you know how to handle people, handle people well, for you may need people one day! Don’t just shun them; don’t kill them! Don’t curse them; don’t harm them! Pray for them, for they are a good part of the story, both for the good and for the bad; get understanding, and disarm the armed who seems to be a threat with wit and wisdom! Life is not a one day journey, so be be careful!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“When you know how to handle people, handle people well, for you may need people one day! Don’t just shun them; don’t kill them! Don’t curse them; don’t harm them! Pray for them, for they are a good part of the story, both for the good and for the bad; get understanding, and disarm the armed who seems to be a threat with wit and wisdom! Life is not a one day journey, so be careful!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“They terminate your job? Employ yourself. They retire you? Refire yourself.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

Ludovic Tendron
“If You Want To Reach An Agreement, Move From a Competitive Mindset to A Cooperative One”
Ludovic Tendron, The Master Key: Unlock Your Influence & Succeed in Negotiation

“You are knocked down? Get up and move on....”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“If God permit you to fall, He will definitely stand by you to rise.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Only trials can bring you triumph and only obstacles can bring you miracle.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Don't be afraid of trial but don't die in your temptation.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“What happens to you when you are not enough for yourself? The day that you will know that the second name of this world is trouble? The day that you will understand that salvation does not eliminate trials? The fact that you are baptised by the holy ghost does not send the devil to hell fire?
Jesus didn't say kill the devil, He said cast him out. You may cast Him out from Germany, he may land in the United Kingdom. ..he is still there.
Just bear in mind that heaven and earth may pass away but God and His words still remain the same.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“God is looking for a willing heart. He is searching for few like Easther....who will say if I perish I perish! God is looking for peopke like Ruth....your God shall be my God and your people shall be my people. With just 3 He can do more than with the crowd.
God does not use all to win all.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“How do you feel when you want to stand and you see yourself on the floor?
Sometimes what God will ask you to do will knock you down.
What do you do when God says rise and He pushes you down?
How do you feel when very many will become I alone? How do you feel when all the people you told your secrets sale you out?
How do you feel when your confidant becomes your betrayal?
How do you feel when the person you thought will push you forward told you, I know you will fail?
Do you still remember that the bible says that not even a hair will pull of you without being noticed by God? Have you not heard that the steps of a righteous man are ordered by God?
How do you handle disappointments?
In every situation you find yourself, give God the glory.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Are you using your time to time God or you are working on God's timing? Don't ask God for the gift of Patience and you tell him you need it now. (A bit deep)”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“We never look at people with the eye of God instead we look at them from their past, what they did wrong.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Only in christanity that people that fall remain on the ground. When boxers are knocked down they refuse to remain on the ground or to accept a knock out. Even when they are bleeding with swollen faces, they still get up to fight but in Christianity even a push, not even a blow, Boxers gets up, wrestlers jumps up, Christians lie down.
Do you know why? They do not fight a good fight, they expect to lose before they enter the ring. Every good fighter is an enduring person, they do excercise and training, they learn the act of endurance. You can't be a good Christian without an amour which is the word of God.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“The people that God will bless the most are those who stayed with God. You do not work with walmart and expect Microsoft to pay you.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“How do we know those who are on the Lord's side?
My answer: when things happened adversarily, those who stand by God becomes Testifiers.
I testify that the Lord is good, I don't know about you.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“Where you are running to is not the answer, who is with you is the power.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

“It is often said that I "misinterpret everything" but the truth is, I can interpret perfectly what is hidden with perfect diplomacy.”
Efrat Cybulkiewicz

Lamine Pearlheart
“Vagueness is the kingdom of the devil and it is as such on purpose." - On Vagueness”
Lamine Pearlheart

“When you are busy doing something for God, God will also be busy doing something for you.”
Patience Johnson, Why Does an Orderly God Allow Disorder

Abby Gordon
“Often when something ill is said of a person it is because the speaker is jealous or bitter at them. Question the motive for both good and bad comments.
Alicia”
Abby Gordon, Justice of the Root

Maxim Behar
“In 2019 the revolution¬ary advent of social media has now reached its full swing, and 100 percent of all deeds, thoughts, deals, and acts in our lives are public.”
Maxim Behar, The Global PR Revolution: How Thought Leaders Succeed in the Transformed World of PR

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