Bernard Meltzer

Bernard C. Meltzer (May 2, 1916 – March 25, 1998) was a United States radio host for several decades. His advice call-in show, "What's Your Problem?," aired from 1967 until the mid-1990s on stations WCAU-AM and WPEN-AM in Philadelphia, WOR-AM and WEVD-AM in New York and in national syndication on NBC Talknet. A city planner by training, with a civil engineering degree from City College of New York and a master's degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Meltzer moved from a career as a Philadelphia expert in urban problems to a radio host on WCAU. In 1973 his show moved to WOR in New York. Meltzer's show provided counsel on a wide range of quandaries, ranging from financial to personal: callers were as likely to ask about family crises, parenting issues and romantic problems as they were to ask about plumbing, home improvement or investment problems. Segments w... More

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Bernard Meltzer Quotes

Bernard Meltzer #Business #Family

If you have learned how to disagree without being disagreeable, then you have discovered the secrete of getting along - whether it be business, family relations, or life itself.
Bernard Meltzer #Change #Forgiveness #Future

When you forgive, you in no way change the past - but you sure do change the future.
Bernard Meltzer #God

If you want to be original just try being yourself, because God has never made two people exactly alike.
Bernard Meltzer #Happiness

Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it.
Bernard Meltzer #Love

We may give without loving, but we cannot love without giving.
Bernard Meltzer #Good

A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.
Bernard Meltzer #Happiness #Success

Success is getting and achieving what you want. Happiness is wanting and being content with what you get.
Bernard Meltzer #Best #Nature

Use those talents you have. You will make it. You will give joy to the world. Take this tip from nature: The woods would be a very silent place if no birds sang except those who sang best.