Showing posts with label Chinese Philosophers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chinese Philosophers. Show all posts
“The superior man is easy to serve, but difficult to please ... The inferior man is difficult to serve, but easy to please.”Confucius (551 – 479 B.C.) Chinese thinker and philosopher
Boss Quotes - Confucius

Boss Quotes - Confucius

“The superior man is easy to serve, but difficult to please ... The inferior man is difficult to serve, but easy to please.”Confucius (551 – 479 B.C.) Chinese thinker and philosopher
“It is on disaster that good fortune perches; it is beneath good fortune that disaster crouches.”Laozi (570? - 490? B.C.) Chinese philosopher and reputed founder of Taoism
Fortune - Luck Quotes - Laozi - LaoTzu

Fortune - Luck Quotes - Laozi - LaoTzu

“It is on disaster that good fortune perches; it is beneath good fortune that disaster crouches.”Laozi (570? - 490? B.C.) Chinese philosopher and reputed founder of Taoism
“The Master said, 'At fifteen I set my heart on learning; at thirty I took my stand; at forty I came to be free from doubts; at fifty I understood the Decree of Heaven; at sixty my ear was attuned; at seventy I followed my heart's desire without overstepping the line.'”Confucius (551 – 479 B.C.) Chinese thinker and philosopher
Age - Life Quotes - Confucius

Age - Life Quotes - Confucius

“The Master said, 'At fifteen I set my heart on learning; at thirty I took my stand; at forty I came to be free from doubts; at fifty I understood the Decree of Heaven; at sixty my ear was attuned; at seventy I followed my heart's desire without overstepping the line.'”Confucius (551 – 479 B.C.) Chinese thinker and philosopher
“The general who wins a battle makes many calculations ... here the battle is fought. The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand. Thus do many calculations lead to victory, and few to defeat.”Sun Tzu (544? - 496? B.C.) Chinese military strategist and author
Planning - Victory Quotes - Sun Tzu

Planning - Victory Quotes - Sun Tzu

“The general who wins a battle makes many calculations ... here the battle is fought. The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand. Thus do many calculations lead to victory, and few to defeat.”Sun Tzu (544? - 496? B.C.) Chinese military strategist and author