Gary Player’s ten commandments

Gary Player has lived his life based on the following commandments:

Change is the price of survival


Everything in business is negotiable, except quality


A promise made is a debt incurred


For all we take in life we must pay


Persistence and common sense are more important than intelligence


The fox fears not the man who boasts by night, but the man who rises early in the morning


Accept the advice of the man who loves you, though you like it not at present


Trust instinct to the end, though you cannot render any reason


The heights of great men reached and kept

were not attained by sudden flight

but that while their companions slept

were toiling upward in the night


There is no substitute for personal contact


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