Facts about Sanford I. Weill

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Sanford I. Weill is a famous Businessman from USA, he/she is still alive and was born March 16, 1933.

Zodiac etc.

He/she is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 30 quotes who is written / told by Sanford.

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Famous quotes by Sanford I. Weill (30)


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"The more we can do to create a better society, that benefits more people, the better chance we have that our society will continue to grow and prosper"
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"My parents moved back to New York from Florida when I was in the ninth grade"
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"Learn how to be a loser, because it's important to be a loser to be a winner"
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"The whole financial industry is consolidating in the United States"
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"If we build something great, like we have at Travelers Group so far, a whole host of people benefit"
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"If a person is not willing to make a mistake, you're never going to do anything right"
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"I've had a terrific life, from building one company to be the second largest company in the securities industry and merging that into American Express, and becoming president of that company"
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"I was sort of a sissy as a little kid"
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"I think Latin has some logic to it and there was a discipline"
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"Details create the big picture"
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"One of the people that I respect the most now, a person I think has done a heck of a lot for this world as a leader, is Margaret Thatcher. She helped create a world that offers us a lot of excitement as we look to the next century"
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"I wonder how many people would have thought at the end of World War II that the capitalist system would be one that was meeting the challenges and making things better for people as we approach the 21st century"
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"And learn that when you do make a mistake, you'll surface that mistake so you can get it corrected, rather than trying to hide it and bury it, and it becomes a much bigger mistake, and maybe a fatal mistake"
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"A lot of people at Shearson ended up making a lot of money because they had stock or stock options. Their kids were able to go to college, and it changed a lot of people's lives"
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"I would say that my parents were supportive of me"
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"I think life is sort of like a competition, whether it's in sports, or it's achieving in school, or it's achieving good relationships with people. And competition is a little bit of what it's all about"
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"I believe in giving back very strongly"
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"From the business point of view, always encouraging the people in our company to own stock in the company, and if we're going to build something great, to have a lot of people share in the benefits of that greatness"
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"And I thought I'd always like some form of business, I didn't know what kind of business I'd go in"
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"Our company is working with Disney to create a game for children between the ages of maybe four and 12, so we can teach them what the capitalist system is all about"
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"I think the American Dream says that anything can happen if you work hard enough at it and are persistent, and have some ability. The sky is the limit to what you can build, and what can happen to you and your family"
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"And when we used to play and fight in the streets in Brooklyn and I would get hurt or something, my mother would always come out and save me. So that sort of postponed the inevitable about getting a good beating, without having somebody to come and save you"
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"My mother really didn't know a heck of a lot about business. She was a very good mother, that made sure we ate right and we had our cod liver oil, but didn't know a heck of a lot about what I did"
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"I remember the mentoring experiences of some teachers that I had, like a second term home room teacher in public school that really was very helpful to me"
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"And it was where I learned how to play tennis and eventually became captain of the tennis team at the school and was on the Junior Davis Cup in New York City"
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"I'm not as involved in every little thing as I used to be"
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"So it's the kind of business where you can't wait to get up in the morning and read the papers, or listen to what's on the news, and you know, how the world's going to change"
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"I've been involved with Carnegie Hall for the last 13 years, and Chairman for the last six. I feel really good about what we've done growing our educational programs there, building a board that has made Carnegie Hall really a world-class institution"
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"I think we are a product of all our experiences"
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"I read a lot, but I read about the areas that I'm interested in"


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