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|Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882 ~ We can never be sure that the opinion we |
are endeavoring to stifle is a false opinion; and if we were ... Frank Lloyd Wright,
1869-1959 ~ The Future of Architecture, 1953 Serious people have few ideas.
|When that happened in my departments, I always knew which team would come |
up with the best ideas, the best ads, the best television commercials, ... “Serious
people have few ideas,” said Paul Valéry. “People with ideas are never serious.
|How to Get Ideas Flowing in Your Workplace Jack Foster. drive across the |
country with ... They will not add to the camaraderie that is essential when people
work closely with things as fragile as ideas. Instead, they will ... “Serious people
have few ideas,” wrote Paul Valéry. “People with ideas are never serious.” Look
|Now at the age of 31, I can say I am an expert in this dating world and the stories I |
got from my experiences and a few from ... I think in high school I had the right
idea, I never liked to get serious about people, if they showed me any feelings I ...
|This was a first for Ruth—she'd never had someone call the day after a workshop |
to complete an assignment she'd ... Afterward the group would get together and
pray for each of the people they'd visited. ... It was obvious she'd done some
serious thinking and praying about the idea; now she needed the affirmation that
|Here's where the first instance of, “You can never have enough mulch!” will come |
into play. That's because few people ever get enough mulch. ... The second time
of the year that I contend a serious re-mulching should take place is during the
dead of summer. ... Again, buy four or five more bags than you think you need,
unless you took the early spring advice and already have a good idea of what it
|Do not panic, we have no intention of entering into a deep theoretical debate |
about the meaning of creativity – such intellectual discussion can be ... We
recognise creativity when it happens, yet few of us try to decode how or why
something is creative. For us (and most people) creativity is about new ideas or
new ways of seeing things. ... How do we ensure opportunities are taken and
serious mistakes not made? The only thing that is certain is that we can never get
it right all the time.
|But they never presented any arguments that technological progress could not in |
principle cause serious problems for many.4 The idea that technology creates
economic risks has also been wrongly discredited by its association with the “
lump of labor fallacy,” ... There is no fallacy, however, in the idea that machines
replacing jobs on a large scale creates the risk oflow— ering some people's
|Every time I tell people I teach in New York City, particularly if I mention Harlem, |
they think I'm taking my life in my hands. ... I have been in hundreds of schools
since I came back to New York City and have never witnessed a serious incident.
They do occur, and a few a year are more than too many, and even small acts of
intimidation and harassment, which we take far more seriously today, do impact
|Development requires you to get to grips with a wide range of subjects and to do |
so at speed. Key skills ... other people.' And there are those where no one's
called them. It's like gold when they've never been contacted before—that's the
Holy Grail. ... “It's easy to hide at your computer and hone your document over
and over, but some people can bang out ideas everyday,” says Nick Emmerson.
... as it is of serious documentaries (what effect is climate change having on polar