It is easier to criticize than to create.
Courtesy costs little and buys much.
Confidence is the companion of success.
Many a man shortens his days by lengthening his nights.
To be successful, you must plan the start as well as the finish.
The devil tempts all men, but the idle man tempts the devil.
If you resent authority, you stand a small chance of assuming it.
Inspiration is more liable to strike a busy man than an idle one.
Failure is not the worst thing in the world; the very worst is not to try.
It is a little farther around the corners of a square deal, but the road is better.
A bold front is a good thing only when anchored to a stiff backbone.
Bad luck ruins one man in a hundred, good luck ruins the other ninety-nine.
The man of good judgment is like a pin, his head prevents his going too far.
The man who thinks ahead of his work is a sure winner over the one who works ahead of his think.
True efficiency will come only to the man whose heart is in his work, and will never come with discontent.
Herman F. Rusch – Director of Manual Training, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Shop Work – 1918
– Jeff Burks