Continuing the list from coach John Wooden:
Do not permit what you cannot do to interfere with what you can do.
Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Character is what you really are; reputation is merely what you are perceived to be.
Love is the greatest of all words in our language.
Much can be accomplished by teamwork when no one is concerned about who gets credit.
Never make excuses. Your friends don’t need them and you foes won’t believe them.
Never be disagreeable just because you disagree.
Be slow to criticize and quick to commend.
Be more concerned with what you can do for others than what others can do for you. You’ll be surprised at the results.
The more concerned we become over the things we can’t control, the less we will do with the things we can control.
Don’t permit fear of failure to prevent effort. We are all imperfect and will fail on occasions, but fear of failure is the greatest failure of all.
Being average means you are as close to the bottom as you are to the top.
The time to make friends is before you need them.
We are many, but are we much?
Nothing can give you greater joy than doing something for another.
Material things are not gifts but apologies for gifts. The only true gift is a portion of thyself. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
You cannot live a perfect day without doing something for another without thought of something in return.
Do not mistake activity for achievement.
You can do more good by being good than any other way.
Forget favors given; remember those received.
Make each day your masterpiece.
Make friendship a fine art.
Treat all people with dignity and respect.
Acquire peace of mind by making the effort to become the best of which you are capable.