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—  Ruben Vergara Meersohn Entrepreneur 1991
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„Well, I cannot run the political machine; I have enough on my hands without that. It is the people's business, - the election is in their hands. If they turn their backs to the fire, and get scorched in the rear, they'll find they have got to ’sit ’ on the ’blister’!“

—  Abraham Lincoln 16th President of the United States 1809 - 1865
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„One honest relationship can be more productive than fistfuls of business cards.“

—  Susan Cain self-help writer 1968
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