Henry Ford

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The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing.
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The Henry Ford's quote says that there is only one actual type of error, which is the one where we gain no experience from a particular event.

When we experience a particular event or discussion, we must understand what interests us. Then select these interesting elements and remember them for future events to improve ourselves. We call this process experience.

From the moment we do not proceed according to this mechanism, then that is where we are at fault because we make that event a vain and useless thing.

Entrepreneurs, Writers, and Politicians apply this procedure to succeed in their work or their lives in general.

Education is preeminently a matter of quality, not amount.

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Any man can learn anything he will, but no man can teach except to those who want to learn.

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The short successes that can be gained in a brief time and without difficulty, are not worth much.

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Nothing can be made except by makers, nothing can be managed except by managers. Money cannot make anything and money cannot manage anything.

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We are entering an era when we shall create resources which shall be so constantly renewed that the only loss will be not to use them. There will be such a plenteous supply of heat, light and power, that it will be a sin not to use all we want. This era is coming now. And it is coming by way of Water.

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Two classes of people lose money; those who are too weak to guard what they have; those who win money by trick. They both lose in the end.

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Most people think that faith means believing something; oftener it means trying something, giving it a chance to prove itself.

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