I used to get nervous about three weeks before a gig... now I've managed to condense it down to a manageable ten minutes.
The only thing bad about winning the pennant is that you have to manage the All-Star Game the next year. I'd rather go fishing for three days.
The only way to make money as a manager is to win in one place, get fired and hired somewhere else.
Let sovereignty be granted us over a portion of the earth's surface large enough to satisfy our rightful requirements as a nation. The rest we shall manage for ourselves.
We were developing an innovative Personal Information Manager called Chandler but a couple years ago I took off from that to do a project writing down my memoirs essentially, reminiscing about the development of the Macintosh.
Women who have managed to get successful normally have had to carve out pretty much their own route for doing it, because there are few roadmaps for how, as a woman, you become successful. You think about having to do it yourself, you carve your own way. Does that relate to being Jewish?
We women manage to do many things at the same time. Men, no. Men do one thing at a time.
The first myth of management is that it exists. The second myth of management is that success equals skill.
I'm happy that I have agents and managers that believe in me.
I don't want to get married, and I don't want to work after I'm 30, so I must manage my fortune somehow in the next seven years.
I always think that women are the chaos managers of life.
I have been skeptical and not trusting of traditional models of the entertainment industry. I never got a manager.
I own almost 100 hotels in North America. Some of them are only in management, but some of them we have some small stakes in them.
The lesson is that, No. 1, this management has to be at the highest class possible. No. 2, they have to have a succession plan.
Clearly, as a CEO, you have other functions that are managed by other people.
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