„A bad review may spoil your breakfast, but you shouldn't allow it to spoil your lunch.“

Attributed in Aren't We Due a Royalty Statement? (1993) by Giles Gordon, and The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (1999) by Elizabeth M. Knowles, p. 14

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