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|Specialization is now so characteristic of our civilization that somebody's |
wisecrack about it has become a modern adage: "An expert is an ordinary man
away from home — giving advice." Well, public relations counsellors are experts
who give ...
|3 “Oscar Wilde is said to have defined an expert as an ordinary man away from |
home giving advice. Today, those words may be truer than ever, with a few
tweaks. An expert, it seems, is now an ordinary person sitting at home, beaming
|An expert is an ordinary man away from home giving advice. —OSCAR WILDE |
The problem is, when it comes to money (and investing), everybody has an
opinion. Everybody's got a tip. Everybody has an answer. But I'll give you a hint:
|Laurence Peter • A consultant is an ordinary man away from home giving advice. |
— Oscar Wilde • It used to be that when all else failed, a guy went into the army;
now he becomes a consultant. — Blackie Sherrod • Consultants are people who
|Oscar Wilde had another definition: "An ordinary man away from home giving |
advice." The first time I was paid to travel 3,000 miles to give a speech, I knew
that I officially qualified as an expert, by Oscar Wilde's definition if not by
|... example: “A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own country.” Free |
translation of Matthew 13.57. “No man is a prophet in his own city.” Middle Ages
Hebrew literature. “An expert is an ordinary man away from home giving advice.
|An ordinary man away from home giving advice. - Wilde, Oscar Where there is no |
extravagance there is no love, and where there is no love there is no
understanding. - Wilde, Oscar A man's face is his autobiography. A woman's face
is her ...
Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo, Barbara Quint - 2004 - Preview
|Plenty of people are ready to render answers. But if an expert is, as Oscar Wilde |
said, "An ordinary man away from home giving advice," we do not need a
computer to find our share of ultra-crepidarians* — people willing to venture
|QuotationsBook.com. An expert is a person who avoids the small errors while |
sweeping on to the grand fallacy. - Weinberg, Steven An ordinary man away from
home giving advice. - Wilde, Oscar QuotationsBook 7.
|Bestselling author Ric Edelman has studied the wealth-making habits of these and 5,000 other ordinary Americans.What he found is revealed for the first time in this book: the eight great secrets to attaining wealth.|