There are never enough resources or enough troops, but you can’t wait and you can’t admit the possibility of defeat because the opposition is probably going through the same thing. The loser is the first to say it can’t be done.
To keep an organization alive you’ve got to find that person who has to do something about it.
Organizers must grow beyond helping people to “egging them on.”
There is a time for sound and a time for silence and a good organizer needs to be able to differentiate between the two.
The measure of a good organizer is the amount of attention she pays to the most minute details.
There is nothing less likely to be delivered than a message.
The disrupter is the lowest form of organizational life.
Don’t talk at people—put them to work.
Don’t let them kick you around. You have to live, and organize, in such a way that you can respect yourself & be treated with respect by others.
Appreciation has an exceedingly short memory so strike while the iron is hot!