— Dale Carnegie American writer and lecturer 1888 - 1955
— John C. Maxwell American author, speaker and pastor 1947
Book Sometimes you win Sometimes you Learn
— Winston S. Churchill Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1874 - 1965
Attribution debunked in Langworth's Churchill by Himself. The earliest close match located by the Quote Investigator is from the 1953 book How to Say a Few Words by David Guy Powers.
Variante: Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
Quelle: 1953, How to Say a Few Words by David Guy Powers, Quote p. 109, Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York. Referenced by Quote Investigator http://quoteinvestigator.com/2014/06/28/success
— Mrs Patrick Campbell British stage actress 1895 - 1940
No definite source has been found for this statement; though most often attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, and sometimes to Abraham Lincoln, it has only rarely been attributed to Campbell.
— Fred Thompson American politician and actor 1942 - 2015
[Iowa Campaign Speech "Hands Down", Thompson, Fred, 2007-12-18, Days Inn - Manchester, Iowa]
— Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941
Song lyrics, Bringing It All Back Home (1965), Love Minus Zero/No Limit
— Gordon Ramsay British chef, writer and TV presenter 1966
— John Dewey American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer 1859 - 1952
— Colin Powell Former U.S. Secretary of State and retired four-star general 1937
As quoted in The Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell (2003) by Oren Harari, p. 164.
— Moira Lister actress 1923 - 2007
Sunday Times interview (1983)
— Kenneth E. Boulding British-American economist 1910 - 1993
Kenneth Boulding (1971) "The diminishing returns of science" in: New Scientist. (March 25, 1971) Vol. 49, nr. 744. p. 682
Kontext: Perhaps the most difficult ethical problem of the scientific community arises not so much from conflict with other subcultures as from its own success. Nothing fails like success because we don't learn from it. We learn only from failure.
— Karen Joy Fowler, buch We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
Quelle: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
„You remember what a fabulous success court-ordered "desegregation" plans have been. Few failures have been more spectacular. Illiterate students knifing one another between acts of sodomy in the stairwell is just one of the many eggs that had to be broken to make the left's omelette of transferring power from states to the federal government.“
— Ann Coulter author, political commentator 1961
Ashcroft and the blowhard discuss desegregation
http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2001/01/17/ashcroft_and_the_blowhard_discuss/page/full; in her book How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must) (2004) this passage is slightly revised to end with assertions about "transferring power from cities to the federal courts."