Showing posts with label Intelligence. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Intelligence. Show all posts
“The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for experience, while the error of age is to believe that experience is a substitute for intelligence.”Lyman Bryson (1888 – 1959) U.S. educator
Experience Quotes - Lyman Bryson

Experience Quotes - Lyman Bryson

“The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for experience, while the error of age is to believe that experience is a substitute for intelligence.”Lyman Bryson (1888 – 1959) U.S. educator
“It is never wise to try to appear to be more clever than you are. It is sometimes wise to appear slightly less so.”William Whitelaw (1918 – 99) British politician
Clever - Quotes - William Whitelaw

Clever - Quotes - William Whitelaw

“It is never wise to try to appear to be more clever than you are. It is sometimes wise to appear slightly less so.”William Whitelaw (1918 – 99) British politician
“To call you stupid would be an insult to stupid people. I've known sheep that could outwit you. I've worn dresses with higher IQs. But you think you're an intellectual, don't you, ape?” [read business fable]Jamie Lee Curtis (b. 1958) U.S. actress
Stupidity Quotes - Jamie Lee Curtis

Stupidity Quotes - Jamie Lee Curtis

“To call you stupid would be an insult to stupid people. I've known sheep that could outwit you. I've worn dresses with higher IQs. But you think you're an intellectual, don't you, ape?” [read business fable]Jamie Lee Curtis (b. 1958) U.S. actress
“Genius ... has been described as a supreme capacity for taking trouble ... It might be more fitly described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds and keeping them therein so long as the genius remains.”Samuel Butler (1835 – 1902) British writer
Genius - Trouble Quotes - Samuel Butler

Genius - Trouble Quotes - Samuel Butler

“Genius ... has been described as a supreme capacity for taking trouble ... It might be more fitly described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds and keeping them therein so long as the genius remains.”Samuel Butler (1835 – 1902) British writer