Quote of the Day – Martin Perl on Ideas

Today’s quote is a reflection. Good ideas and bad all can turn out to be good or bad; it just depends on what your expectation of the outcome is. You may turn a bad idea into a good idea — don’t kill the bad idea prematurely. A bad idea can evolve into a good idea….

Quote of the Day – Stephen Sondheim on Writing

Now that school is out for the summer, I really hope to get back to writing, that is, should I have any adventures worth writing. You’ll see them. 🙂 The worst thing you can do is censor yourself as the pencil hits the paper. You must not edit until you get it all on paper….

Quote of the Day – Teresa of Avila on Restraint

I love some wild abandon and this time during the week, I get a little loopy after many days of school and work. So today, as I was searching for a quote on evolution, I ran across this and smiled; that’s when I know I’ve got a good one. Just as we cannot stop the…

Quote of the Day – Kurt Vonnegut on Laughter

I was in a conversation on twitter yesterday with a very nasty and pretentious woman. She was eager to butt into a conversation not of her making, with no idea who the participants were, and proceeded to be vengeful and abrasive when faced with the slightest hint of push back to her commentary. She immediately…

Quote of the Day: Scott Adams on Mission Statements

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to read the following quote. I found it today – thought it was funny – and decided to share it with you. Lucky you! 🙂 Mission Statement: A long awkward sentence that demonstrates management’s inability to think clearly. – Scott Adams

Quote of the Day: Daniel Kahneman: WYSIATI

I’ve been reading the book, Thinking, Fast and Slow. I’m only about halfway through it. The main message throughout has consistently struck a chord with me, I find myself saying it out loud every time I read it. No matter how much my mind’s eye, or my intuitive mind tells me differently. “What You See…