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Erin Morgenstern
“And there are never really endings, happy or otherwise. Things keep going on, they overlap and blur, your story is part of your sister's story is part of many other stories, and there is no telling where any of them may lead.”
Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus

Stephen King
“In the year 2025, the best men don't run for president, they run for their lives. . . .”
Stephen King, The Running Man

T.F. Hodge
“Having beef with someone is unnecessary and avoidable. Whatever the issue, if not positive, it is an opportunity to cut the excess fat from an unhealthy dietary network. Simply excuse yourself from the table of negativity and lean forward in peace.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Robin Wasserman
“Now I existed solely thanks to the quantum paradox, my brain a collection of qubits in quantum superposition, encoding truths and memories, imagination and irrationality in opposing, contradictory states that existed and didn't exist, all at the same time.”
Robin Wasserman, Crashed

Michael W. Lucas
“Network administrators all share an abiding and passionate desire for one thing: We want our users to shut up.”
Michael W. Lucas

Sascha Lobo
“Das Web 2.0 bedeutet vor allem, dass die soziale Reichweite des Einzelnen größer ist als die Reichweite der eigenen Stimme.”
Sascha Lobo, Wir nennen es Arbeit

“Make-believe is belief in the making.”
CASTELLS, MANUEL

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Curiosity creates connections.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“When you need to fake it, make it real.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Communicating what we appreciate by saying nice things has powerful results for ourselves and those around us.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

“The lonely entrepreneur will struggle all his long-life career to barely make it, but the one who belongs to a network of friends will uplift each other all the way to the top ladder of success”
Manuel Corazzari

Abhishek Ratna
“Sharing emotional experiences works wonders in connecting with people who are otherwise quite different.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

Abhishek Ratna
“Emotions pull people towards you and the emotional engagements are generally very strong. Sharing your own emotions or emotional experiences/stories is a great way of making strong connections.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

Paul C.W. Davies
“Network theory confirms the view that information can take on 'a life of its own'. In the yeast network my colleagues found that 40 per cent of node pairs that are correlated via information transfer are not in fact physically connected; there is no direct chemical interaction. Conversely, about 35 per cent of node pairs transfer no information between them even though they are causally connected via a 'chemical wire' (edge). Patterns of information traversing the system may appear to be flowing down the 'wires' (along the edges of the graph) even when they are not. For some reason, 'correlation without causation' seems to be amplified in the biological case relative to random networks.”
Paul Davies, The Demon in the Machine: How Hidden Webs of Information Are Solving the Mystery of Life

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Your body language can divulge your disinterest or, conversely, it can affirm your attentiveness and confidence.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“If you don’t believe the message you are trying to transmit, why should anybody else?”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

“The story of the Internet's origins departs from the explanations of technical innovation that center on individual inventors or on the pull of markets. Cerf and Kahn were neither captains of industry nor "two guys tinkering in a garage." The Internet was not built in response to popular demand, real or imagined; its subsequent mass appeal had no part in the decisions made in 1973. Rather, the project reflected the command economy of military procurement, where specialized performance is everything and money is no object, and the research ethos of the university, where experimental interest and technical elegance take precedence over commercial application. This was surely an unlikely context for the creation of what would become a popular and profitable service. Perhaps the key to the Internet's later commercial success was that the project internalized the competitive forces of the market by bringing representatives of diverse interest groups together and allowing them to argue through design issues. Ironically, this unconventional approach produced a system that proved to have more appeal for potential "customers"—people building networks—than did the overtly commercial alternatives that appeared soon after.”
Janet Abbate, Inventing the Internet

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Good listening is a win-win.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“The Law of Giving: Give First”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“We create and believe our perceptions.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“What matters most is what feels right for YOU.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“If you don’t want people to make assumptions about you that they automatically consider as facts, be aware of not falling into the same habit.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Michelle Tillis Lederman
“Forget about the bully on your shoulder; now is the time to champion the cheerleader.”
Michelle Tillis Lederman, The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

Abhishek Ratna
“Making a strong connection with people is never easy. It is even more difficult to connect with people who are very different from you.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

Abhishek Ratna
“Knowing the background and history of the person you are trying to connect with can be of great help.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

Abhishek Ratna
“However, we live in turbulent times, and it’s more important than ever that we learn how to open up dialogue and connect with people who are different from us.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

Richie Norton
“You deserve a circle of inclusion and influence, but it’s up to you to create it.”
Richie Norton

Sam Quinones
“Man's decay has always begun as soon as he has it all, and is free of friction, pain, and the deprivation that temper his behavior”
Sam Quinones, Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic

“A Network Gives You Reach… A Community Gives You Power!”
Ted Rubin, Return on Relationship: Relationships Are the New Currency: Honor Them, Invest in Them, and Start Measuring Your ROR

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