|Great Britain's Winston Churchill|
Some regard private enterprise as if it were a predatory tiger to be shot. Others look upon it as a cow that they can milk. Only a handful see it for what it really is – the strong horse that pulls the whole cart.
An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity, a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.
Many may not know that he was also a Nobel Laureate for Literature in 1953. In fact, not many know that Alfred Nobel himself was a poet! I've bought his book and read it, full of love cherishes for his lady.
When you are going through hell, keep going.He had written 40 books and many many articles. Harnessing the English language, he was a master of spoken word and sent words to war.
This Collection Highlight shows how Churchill evolved as a speaker, from his fairly humble beginnings as an ambitious junior politician to the great orator and war-leader, motivating allies and enemies alike. In 1953, he won the Nobel Prize for Literature for his written and spoken work. The documents highlight how he developed as a speech-maker, the long years of dedication to the art of oratory, and how he used the power of the spoken word to influence the world. Read it here: http://www.churchillarchive.com/collection-highlights/winston-churchill-and-public-speaking
And his most favourite phrase, was apparently this. KBO.
RIP, Mr. Winston Churchill.
RIP, Mr. Winston Cheah Phin Cheang.
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