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6 Reallocate Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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People want to make sure there is flexibility to reallocate assets. They are trusting us to make the asset allocation decisions.Michael Hintze Reallocate Sayings By Michael Hintze: People want to make sure there is flexibility to reallocate assets. They are trusting us
The children were watched through a one-way mirror, and the film that shows their behavior during the waiting time always has the audience roaring in laughter. About half the children managed the feat of waiting for 15 minutes, mainly by keeping their attention away from the tempting reward. Ten or fifteen years later, a large gap had opened between those who had resisted temptation and those who had not. The resisters had higher measures of executive control in cognitive tasks, and especially the ability to reallocate their attention effectively. As young adults, they were less likely to take drugs. A significant difference in intellectual aptitude emerged: the children who had shown more self-control as four-year-olds had substantially higher scores on tests of intelligence.Daniel Kahneman Reallocate Sayings By Daniel Kahneman: The children were watched through a one-way mirror, and the film that shows their behavior
If we reduced the amount we spend on maintaining our nuclear weapons by a small fraction, we could reallocate those funds to improve kids' health care and schooling.Ben Cohen Reallocate Sayings By Ben Cohen: If we reduced the amount we spend on maintaining our nuclear weapons by a small
Distributional coalitions slow down a society's capacity to adopt new technologies and to reallocate resources in response to changing conditions, and thereby reduce the rate of economic growth.Mancur Olson Reallocate Sayings By Mancur Olson: Distributional coalitions slow down a society's capacity to adopt new technologies and to reallocate resources
If your coping mechanism to date has been to ignore your weight, don't feel badly. You're in good company. I've done my share of standing on the doctor's scale backwards, cringing as the nurse scribbled on the clipboard, anxious when the doctor came in glancing over my record. I scrutinized his face for any semblance of judgment. Whether or not I faced the scale or the doctor skipped a pep talk, it didn't change the truth and it still pervaded every hour of my waking thoughts. I knew what I needed to do and just agonizingly prolonged it. What about you?

We want our lies to be true--desperately. We think it means less work, less pain. But aren't we experiencing work and pain every day when we are obese? We don't escape it, we just reallocate it, attach it to different problems.

The sooner we face the numbers and start to deal with them, the sooner we can resolve them.
Shannon Sorrels Reallocate Sayings By Shannon Sorrels: If your coping mechanism to date has been to ignore your weight, don't feel badly.
In a sense, scattered dots are exactly what one would expect to see in a pre-Enlightenment, pre-mechanized world. There were disbelievers in Greek antiquity just as there were everywhere, but there was no obvious role for mass-movement atheism in a culture where ensuring the stability of the state - which depended on the favor of the gods - was prized above all else. Atheism has prospered in the West since the eighteenth century because society has a role for it: in an advanced capitalist economy based on technological innovation, it has been necessary to claw intellectual and moral authority away from the clergy and reallocate it to the secular specialists in science and engineering. It is this social function that has allowed atheism to emerge as a movement composed of individual atheists.Tim Whitmarsh Reallocate Sayings By Tim Whitmarsh: In a sense, scattered dots are exactly what one would expect to see in a