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Master of the Game Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon
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“I'm a woman. I have a right to change my mind.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Business is a game, played for fantastic stakes, and you're in competition with experts. If you want to win, you have to learn to be a master of the game.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“If. A two-letter word for futility.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
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“Jamie enjoyed solitude, but loneliness was a constant ache.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“The future was clay, to be moulded day by day, but the past was bedrock, immutable.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Each manager sees his own division as the center of the world, and that’s as it should be. But someone has to have an overall view and decide what’s best for the company.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Business is a game,’ David told Kate, ‘played for fantastic stakes, and you’re in competition with experts. If you want to win, you have to learn to be a master of the”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Money was to make your life easy when you were well, and to take care of your needs when you were ailing.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Money was to make your life easy when you were well, and to take care of your needs when you were ailing. - Jamie McGregor”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Old money’s motto was, If you have it, hide it. New money’s motto was, If you have it, flaunt it.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“What had started as idle conversation began to take concrete shape as a plan of action.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Power. If you had power, you had food. You had medicine. You had freedom. She saw those around her fall ill and die, and she equated power with life. One day, Kate thought, I’ll have power. No one will be able to do this to me again.”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game
“Men! It would be a wonderful world if we could live without the bastards. Or maybe it wouldn’t. Who knows?”
Sidney Sheldon, Master of the Game