Herbert Newton Casson

Herbert Newton
Casson
1869
1951

Canadian Journalist and Author

Author Quotes

The average man takes life as a trouble. He is in a chronic state of irritation at the whole performance. He does not learn to differentiate between troubles and difficulties, usually, until some real trouble bowls him over. He fusses about pin-pricks until a mule kicks him. Then he learns the difference.

Every winner has scars.

If money is all that a man makes, then he will be poor. Poor in happiness and poor in all that makes life worth living.

To lose money is nothing, but to lose hope, to lose nerve, to lose ambition - that makes men cripples.

The average man takes life as a trouble. He is in a chronic state of irritation at the whole performance. He does not learn to differentiate between troubles and difficulties, usually, until some real trouble bowls him over.

There is no Fate that plans men's lives. Whatever comes to us, good or bad, is usually the result of our own action or lack of action.

Every great success has always been achieved by fight. Every winner has scars... The men who succeed are the efficient few. They are the few who have the ambition and willpower to develop themselves.

Ten Success Rules: Put success before amusement. Learn something every day. Cut free from routine. Concentrate on net profits. Make your services known. Never worry over trifles. Shape your decisions quickly. Acquire skill and technique. Deserve loyalty and co-operation. Value character above all.

Goodness is always an asset. A man who is straight, friendly and useful may never be famous, but he is respected and liked by all who know him. He has laid a sound foundation for success and he will have a worthwhile life.

Author Picture
First Name
Herbert Newton
Last Name
Casson
Birth Date
1869
Death Date
1951
Bio

Canadian Journalist and Author