Perfection has to do with the end product, but excellence has to do with the process.
I am convinced that success is not measured by what you get out of life, but by what you give back.
Big companies are often in the process of laying off workers. Small startup companies are the ones that are hiring. The statistics prove that's where job growth is going to occur.
This is a global fight to get the right people in the right place and we're talking about people with PhDs in engineering, computer science, mathematics.
You're perceived as being a success if you find a job in some big city and work with hundreds of other people and draw a paycheck every month.
My role is to try to remove the impediments to entrepreneurs' chance to succeed. It's about improving the business climate to give people a better chance of succeeding.
My goal is not to create a circumstance in which no one fails, but one in which many will succeed.
And innovation and entrepreneurship is the opportunity and best opportunity we have to grow the economy.
One of the most difficult speeches to prepare is an address to a graduation class, which is why I don't often do them.
I always assumed the Department of Agriculture was the farmer and rancher's friend.
We've become a country that is often risk averse. That's not the way to succeed.
This battle for global talent is so important.
We need to make sure the Department of Agriculture is promoting farmers and ranchers.
Although his crusade in 1957 occurred at a time in our nation's history when race divided all, Reverend Graham refused to preach in segregated audiences.
American farmers and ranchers deserve a USDA that will pursue supportive policies rather than seek their further harm.
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