Quotes by: Sanford I. Weill
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.
If a person is not willing to make a mistake, you're never going to do anything right.
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.
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.
And I thought I'd always like some form of business, I didn't know what kind of business I'd go in.
Learn how to be a loser, because it's important to be a loser to be a winner.