Mutual Benefit Quotes

Mutual Benefit Quotes by Stan Shih, Eugene Odum, Ann Landers, Will Rogers, Xi Jinping, Gilbert K. Chesterton and many others.

I think from the business point of view, Taiwan and China tied together brings mutual benefit. And we don’t see any reason for stopping that progress, unless they have a political reason.
Love is friendship that has caught fire . . .
There is nothing fairer than workmen having unions of their mutual benefit.
As economic globalization gathers momentum, China and the United States have become highly interdependent economically. Such economic relations would not enjoy sustained, rapid growth if they were not based on mutual benefit or if they failed to deliver great benefits to the United States.
If I think the universe is triangular, and you think it is square, there cannot be room for two universes. We may argue politely, we may argue humanely, we may argue with great mutual benefit: but, obviously, we must argue.
What private property does is connect effort to reward, creating an incentive for people to produce for more. Then, if there’s a free market, people will trade their surpluses to others for the things they lack. Mutual exchange for mutual benefit makes the community richer.
Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.
Cats of great personality are always found in association with sensitive, cat-conscious people; it is a two-way process of immense mutual benefit.
A durable, long-term U.S.-China strategic relationship is even more important now than in previous decades. The relationship will continue to grow and prosper to the mutual benefit of all peoples.
If you’ve got a dirty job, the best way is to help each other and then you’ll create this culture of mutual benefit. And then you’ve got to understand who your customer is and create value for them and so on.
Through mutual understanding, sincerity and goodwill, and with great wisdom and broad views, the leaders on both sides should jointly initiate new opportunities for peace, stability, cooperation and mutual benefit.
You’ve got to learn to work with others. One of my main values is, you learn this system of mutual benefit. That is, if you shirk and you try to make the other guy do more, he‘s going to do that to you.