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Tim Kreider
“One reason we rush so quickly to the vulgar satisfactions of judgment, and love to revel in our righteous outrage, is that it spares us from the impotent pain of empathy, and the harder, messier work of understanding.”
Tim Kreider, We Learn Nothing

David Kadavy
“The Self wishes to create, to evolve. The Ego likes things just the way they are. —Steven Pressfield”
David Kadavy, The Heart To Start: Win the Inner War & Let Your Art Shine

Chris Voss
“The beauty of empathy is that it doesn’t demand that you agree with the other person’s ideas”
Chris Voss, Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It

Stephen R. Covey
“Trust at the interpersonal level. Trustworthiness is the foundation of trust. Trust is the emotional bank account between two people that enables them to have a win-win performance agreement. If two people trust each other, based on the trustworthiness of each other, they can then enjoy clear communication, empathy, synergy, and productive interdependency. If one is incompetent, training and development can help. But if one has a character flaw, he or she must make and keep promises to increase internal security, improve skills, and rebuild relationships of trust. Trust—or the lack of it—is at the root of success or failure in relationships and in the bottom-line results of business, industry, education, and government.”
Stephen R. Covey, Principle-Centered Leadership

Helmuth von Moltke the Elder
“No battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy.”
Helmuth von Moltke the Elder

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