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31 Talent And Training Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Talent And Training Sayings By Nora Roberts: You did study art there?" Gennie persisted.Grant watched the smoke rise and the haze of You did study art there?" Gennie persisted.
Grant watched the smoke rise and the haze of heat that rippled the air. "Why?"
"Because it's obvious from that wicked little caricature you drew of me that you have talent, and that you've had training. What are you doing with it?"
"With what?"
Gennie drew her brows together in frustration. "The talent and the training. I'd have heard of you if you were painting."
"I'm not," he said simply.
"Then what are you doing?"
"What I want. Weren't you going to make a salad?"
"Damn it, Grant-"
"All right, don't get testy.I'll make it. — Nora Roberts
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Talent And Training Sayings By Scott Turow: lawyer by training, Kajevic had the same talent as Hitler, making his gargantuan self-importance a lawyer by training, Kajevic had the same talent as Hitler, making his gargantuan self-importance a proxy for his country's and his rantings the voice of his people's long-suppressed rage. — Scott Turow
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Talent And Training Sayings By Robin S. Sharma: Companies that are made up of clusters of leaders will actually accelerate their growth by Companies that are made up of clusters of leaders will actually accelerate their growth by speeding up their rate of innovation as their competition pulls back, build better teams by investing in people while their rivals shrink training budgets, and pick up top talent as their industry peers lay people off. And so fast companies get that unsettling times are actually gifts for them and periods to get so far ahead of the competition that they can never catch up. — Robin S. Sharma
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Talent And Training Sayings By Mark Twain: When we set about accounting for a Napoleon or a Shakespeare or a Raphael or When we set about accounting for a Napoleon or a Shakespeare or a Raphael or a Wagner or an Edison or other extraordinary person, we understand that the measure of his talent will not explain the whole result, nor even the largest part of it; no, it is the atmosphere in which the talent was cradled that explains; it is the training it received while it grew, the nurture it got from reading, study, example, the encouragement it gathered from self-recognition and recognition from the outside at each stage of its development: when we know all these details, then we know why the man was ready when his opportunity came. — Mark Twain
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Talent And Training Sayings By William Faulkner: At one time I thought the most important thing was talent. I think now that At one time I thought the most important thing was talent. I think now that - the young man or the young woman must possess or teach himself, train himself, in infinite patience, which is to try and to try and to try until it comes right. He must train himself in ruthless intolerance. That is, to throw away anything that is false no matter how much he might love that page or that paragraph. The most important thing is insight, that is ... curiosity to wonder, to mull, and to muse why it is that man does what he does. And if you have that, then I don't think the talent makes much difference, whether you've got that or not.
[Press conference, University of Virginia, May 20, 1957] — William Faulkner
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Talent And Training Sayings By Richard Hofstadter: [John C.] Calhoun was a minority spokesman in a democracy, a particularist in an age [John C.] Calhoun was a minority spokesman in a democracy, a particularist in an age of nationalism, a slaveholder in an age of advancing liberties, and an agrarian in a furiously capitalistic country. His weakness was to be inhumanly schematic and logical, which is only to say that he thought as he lived. His mind, in a sense, was too masterful - it imposed itself upon realities. The great human, emotional, moral complexities of the world escaped him because he had no private training for them, had not even the talent for friendship, in which he might have been schooled. It was easier for him to imagine, for example, that the South had produced upon its slave base a better culture than the North because he had no culture himself, only a quick and muscular mode of thought. It may stand as a token of Calhoun's place in the South's history that when he did find culture there, at Charleston, he wished a plague upon it. — Richard Hofstadter
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Talent And Training Sayings By Paula Altenburg: Eve was good, he conceded, adding the file he'd just finished to the growing stack Eve was good, he conceded, adding the file he'd just finished to the growing stack on the floor at his feet. Given the proper education and training, she could be great. He stretched the kinks out of limbs stiffened from too much time spent in one position.
Why didn't she do more with her talent?
He started to ask her, then realized she was sound asleep, curled up in the overstuffed chair. The sun no longer shone through the front window, and his stomach told him it was getting close to lunchtime, but she looked so adorable curled up with her hands under her cheek and her tanned knees against her chest that Matt was in no hurry to leave. — Paula Altenburg
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Talent And Training Sayings By Lyle McDonald: There is a fairly common pattern in this field where folks go through about three There is a fairly common pattern in this field where folks go through about three distinct stages. it true of other areas.
1. You know that you know nothing: here you pretty much just use someone else's canned workouts since you don't know what you're doing
2. You know just enough to be dangerous. This is when everybody starts overcomplicating things. You see these insanely complicated training programs and periodization schemes. Lots of charts, graphs and flowcharts.
3. You realize that the above doesn't matter 999 times out of 1000 and you go back to keeping it simple. You realize that hard work on the basics + talent + time > everything else. — Lyle McDonald
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Talent And Training Sayings By Warren Gatland: We've all seen talented young players who get to a certain level but there comes We've all seen talented young players who get to a certain level but there comes a point where that talent will only take you so far. The great players go away and work on extra things. They work harder on their skills, they start having early nights and they think about their diet and training. That is what takes them to the next level. — Warren Gatland
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Talent And Training Sayings By Charles E. Rice: Think of managing change as an adventure. It tests your skills and abilities. It brings Think of managing change as an adventure. It tests your skills and abilities. It brings forth talent that may have been dormant. Change is also a training ground for leadership. When we think of leaders, we remember times of change, innovation, and conflict. Leadership is often about shaping a new way of life. To do that, you must advance change, take risks, and accept responsibility for making change happen. — Charles E. Rice
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Talent And Training Sayings By Dominique Moceanu: My parents, Romanian immigrants, struggled to provide me a better life than the ones they My parents, Romanian immigrants, struggled to provide me a better life than the ones they had left in their homeland. They worked hard to give me every opportunity in life, and once I showed natural talent as a young gymnast, they spent every last penny on my training. — Dominique Moceanu
Talent And Training Sayings By Hume Nisbet: When a man devotes himself body and spirit to a single object, if he has When a man devotes himself body and spirit to a single object, if he has training and aptitude, no matter how mediocre he may be in ordinary affairs, he will produce something so nearly akin to a work of genius as to deceive half the judges who think themselves competent to decide between genius and talent.
("The Phantom Model") — Hume Nisbet
Talent And Training Sayings By Wladimir Klitschko: I learned in my Ph.D. the discipline I needed to be successful. Most boxers are I learned in my Ph.D. the discipline I needed to be successful. Most boxers are not that disciplined. They have talent, but the self-organization - the ability to schedule yourself and your priorities - is lacking. My studies were about the control of training on both the psychological and the physical side. — Wladimir Klitschko
Talent And Training Sayings By Atul Gawande: And it works. There have now been many studies of elite performers - international violinists, And it works. There have now been many studies of elite performers - international violinists, chess grand masters, professional ice-skaters, mathematicians, and so forth - and the biggest difference researchers find between them and lesser performers is the cumulative amount of deliberate practice they've had. Indeed, the most important talent may be the talent for practice itself. K. Anders Ericsson, a cognitive psychologist and expert on performance, notes that the most important way in which innate factors play a role may be in one's willingness to engage in sustained training. — Atul Gawande
Talent And Training Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: Writing is a legal way of avoiding work without actually stealing and one that doesn't Writing is a legal way of avoiding work without actually stealing and one that doesn't take any talent or training — Robert A. Heinlein
Talent And Training Sayings By Hugh Panaro: What I have noticed which I'm not nuts about that the trend that a lot What I have noticed which I'm not nuts about that the trend that a lot of shows are hiring the American Idol type of talent without real training and real technique and I think that audiences are smart and sometimes seeing that things are not as high caliber as they were before. — Hugh Panaro
Talent And Training Sayings By Christopher Fowler: Reality TV has blown away the need for a roster of familiar faces in films. Reality TV has blown away the need for a roster of familiar faces in films. Plus, films became franchise and didn't need stars. But the real difference between stars and celebrities is that stars have training and talent, and celebrities just have exposure. — Christopher Fowler
Talent And Training Sayings By Warren W. Wiersbe: It is futile for us to try to serve God without the power of the It is futile for us to try to serve God without the power of the Holy Spirit. Talent, training, and experience cannot take the place of the power of the Spirit. — Warren W. Wiersbe
Talent And Training Sayings By Criss Jami: One may not always know his purpose until his only option is to monopolize in One may not always know his purpose until his only option is to monopolize in what he truly excels at. He grows weary of hearing the answer 'no' time and time again, so he turns to and cultivates, monopolizes in his one talent which others cannot possibly subdue. Then, beyond the crowds of criticism and rejection, the right people recognize his talent - among them he finds his stage. — Criss Jami
Talent And Training Sayings By Plato: Those who have a natural talent for calculation are generally quick-witted at every other kind Those who have a natural talent for calculation are generally quick-witted at every other kind of knowledge; and even the dull, if they have had an arithmetical training, although they may derive no other advantage from it, always become much quicker than they would have been. — Plato
Talent And Training Sayings By Jahangir Khan: Fitness of a top-class squash player is very important, and talent only can't do the Fitness of a top-class squash player is very important, and talent only can't do the job. They have to get training regularly for at least eight hours a day so that they could put some good show in a two-hour match. — Jahangir Khan
Talent And Training Sayings By John Taylor Gatto: I've come to believe that genius is an exceedingly common human quality, probably natural to I've come to believe that genius is an exceedingly common human quality, probably natural to most of us. I didn't want to accept that notion - far from it: my own training in two elite universities taught me that intelligence and talent distributed themselves economically over a bell curve and that human destiny, because of those mathematical, seemingly irrefutable scientific facts, was as rigorously determined as John Calvin contended. — John Taylor Gatto
Talent And Training Sayings By Ed Holder: Through our government's updated science, technology and innovation strategy, we are making the record investments Through our government's updated science, technology and innovation strategy, we are making the record investments necessary to push the boundaries of knowledge, create jobs and opportunities, and improve the quality of life of Canadians. Our government's Canada Research Chairs Program develops, attracts and retains top talent researchers in Canada whose research, in turn, creates long-term social and economic benefits while training the next generation of students and researchers in Canada. — Ed Holder
Talent And Training Sayings By Jimmy Carter: We have the heaviest concentration of lawyers on Earth one for every five-hundred Americans; three We have the heaviest concentration of lawyers on Earth
one for every five-hundred Americans; three times as many as are in England, four times as many as are in West Germany, twenty-one times as many as there are in Japan. We have more litigation, but I am not sure that we have more justice. No resources of talent and training in our own society, even including the medical care, is more wastefully or unfairly distributed than legal skills. Ninety percent of our lawyers serve 10 percent of our people. We are over-lawyered and under-represented. — Jimmy Carter
Talent And Training Sayings By Michelle Kwan: When I look at the kids training today ... I can tell which ones are When I look at the kids training today ... I can tell which ones are going to do well. It's not necessarily the ones who have the most natural talent or who fall the least. Sometimes it's the kids who fall the most, and keep pulling themselves up and trying again. — Michelle Kwan
Talent And Training Sayings By Ronnie James Dio: I've never taken vocal lessons. My early trumpet training and a fortunate talent for singing I've never taken vocal lessons. My early trumpet training and a fortunate talent for singing has always been enough for me. In the case of rock singing, I've always felt it was better to remain a bit untrained to maintain your individuality. — Ronnie James Dio
Talent And Training Sayings By Ainslie Sheridan: Why do you like show jumping?"" ... Beauty and excitement. The elements of trust, talent, Why do you like show jumping?"
" ... Beauty and excitement. The elements of trust, talent, training, love, and danger make show jumping a thrilling and aesthetic experience. It's really the ultimate test of two nervous systems
the kinetic transfer of the rider's muscle to the horse's muscle enables them to clear those jumps. And there's nothing like it
horse and rider forming an arc of beauty, efficiency, and power, like a double helix."
"DNA,"
"Yes, DNA, the code to life. — Ainslie Sheridan
Talent And Training Sayings By Haruki Murakami: She was not the kind of child who could stand proper training. There just happen She was not the kind of child who could stand proper training. There just happen to be people like that. They're blessed with this marvelous talent, but they can't make the effort to systematize it ... They can't take it any further. And why not? Because they won't put in the effort. Because they haven't had discipline pounded into them. They've been spoiled. — Haruki Murakami
Talent And Training Sayings By Ray S. Jackendoff: It may well be that individuals who are attracted into linguistics have a certain talent It may well be that individuals who are attracted into linguistics have a certain talent for metalinguistic reflection - a delight in constructing ungrammatical sentences, finding curious ambiguities and implicatures, hearing and imitating accents, and the like - and that professional training as a linguist only amplifies this proclivity. It would then be no surprise that linguists' sense of what is interesting in language is different from that of our friends in biology, economics, and dentistry. It is just that we linguists have made the mistake of assuming everyone else is like us. — Ray S. Jackendoff
Talent And Training Sayings By Kohei Uchimura: I don't think my natural talent is much different to the other gymnasts. It is I don't think my natural talent is much different to the other gymnasts. It is a matter of how I train and how I think about my training. I also give a lot of thought to my routines. — Kohei Uchimura
Talent And Training Sayings By Jim Bush: There are many who subscribe to the convention that service is a business cost, but There are many who subscribe to the convention that service is a business cost, but our data demonstrates that superior service is an investment that can help drive business growth. Investing in quality talent, and ensuring they have the skills, training and tools that enable them to empathize and actively listen to customers are central to providing consistently excellent service experiences. — Jim Bush