12 Brilliant Life Lessons From Harvey Specter
— 3 April 2018

12 Brilliant Life Lessons From Harvey Specter

— 3 April 2018
Jack Slade
Jack Slade

Long loved legal drama Suits is wrapping up its 7th season, and while most will agree that it’s getting a little long in the tooth, it has for the most part, delivered us a lot of entertainment over the last 8 years.

The source of most of this entertainment stems from one Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), arguably the coolest character to pull on a suit since Sean Connery played James Bond. Accordingly, we’ve gone back through the seasons to find you 12 brilliant life lessons from Harvey Specter.

  1. Don’t raise your voice. Improve your argument.
  2. When you are backed against the wall, break the goddamn thing down.
  3. I don’t have dreams, I have goals.
  4. Ever loved someone so much, you would do anything for them? Yeah, well make that someone yourself and do whatever the hell you want.
  5. Have goals so big you get uncomfortable telling small minded people.
  6. Winners don’t make excuses.
  7. Work until you no longer have to introduce yourself.
  8. Never destroy anyone in public when you can do the same in private
  9. Don’t send a puppy to clean up its own mess
  10. 97% of people who gave up are employed by the 3% who never gave up
  11. Kill them with success. Bury them with a smile.
  12. Win a no win situation by rewriting the rules.

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Jack Slade
Jack Slade is the founder of Boss Hunting. Originally hailing from Melbourne, Jack started Boss Hunting from his bedroom while working at a digital agency. Jack manages strategy and sales at Boss Hunting, and still enjoys the odd bit of writing on his favourite topics – including technology, flight deals, travel, and champagne.


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