Quote of the Week

Dr. So What

Quote of the Week

“Listening to words and listening to people are two entirely different matters.”...

Dr. So What

Quote of the Week

“If people would spend as much time considering their channel choices as they do selecting menu items, they would experience an exponential decrease in the nu...

Donald Rumsfeld

Quote of the Week

“Agreement can always be reached by increasing the generality of the conclusion; when this is done, the form is generally preserved but only the illusion of p...

General Douglas MacArthur

Quote of the Week

“Rules are mostly made to be broken and are too often for the lazy to hide behind.”...

Marie Dressler, Academy Award-Winning Actress

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“If ants are such busy workers, how come they find time to go to all the picnics?”...

Dr. So What

Quote of the Week

“Analyzing your audiences may well be the most important habit of effective communicators but it’s the least frequently practiced.”...

Sherlock Holmes

Quote of the Week

“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.”...

Henry Kissinger

Quote of the Week

“Great men are so rare they take some getting used to.”...

Dr. So What

Quote of the Week

“The cheerleader and the heartless can be equally insensitive when delivering bad news.”...

Susan Sontag

Quote of the Week

“To photograph is to frame, and to frame is to exclude.”...