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Reframing Quotes By Nassim Nicholas Taleb

By all means, avoid words - threats, complaints, justification, narratives, reframing, attempts to win arguments, supplications; avoid words! — Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Reframing Quotes By George Mason

Successfully reframing the climate debate in the United States from one based on environmental values to one based on health values ... holds great promise to help American society better understand and appreciate the risks of climate change ... — George Mason

Reframing Quotes By David Graeber

If history shows anything, it is that there's no better way to justify relations founded on violence, to make such relations seem moral, than by reframing them in the language of debt - above all, because it immediately makes it seem that it's the victim who's doing something wrong. — David Graeber

Reframing Quotes By Doris Sommer

Civic participation depends on creativity, an (aesthetic) knack for reframing experience, and on a corollary freedom to adjust laws and practices in light of ever-new challenges. Without art, citizenship would shrink to compliance, as if society were a closed text. Reading lessons would stop at the factual "what is," rather than continue to the speculative "what if. — Doris Sommer

Reframing Quotes By Richard Rohr

Jesus is much more concerned about shaking your foundations, giving you an utterly alternative self image, world image, and God image, and thus reframing your entire reality. Mere inspiration can never do this. — Richard Rohr

Reframing Quotes By M. Scott Peck

For any single thing of importance, there are multiple reasons. — M. Scott Peck

Reframing Quotes By David Sturt

That's what reframing your role is all about: thinking about how your work affects others, looking at the larger purpose of your work and whom it benefits, and seeing yourself as a potential difference maker. — David Sturt

Reframing Quotes By Miya Yamanouchi

Reframing your past painful experiences and seeing them in a humorous light takes away the power and emotional charge attached to the memory of the hurtful event. — Miya Yamanouchi

Reframing Quotes By Kenneth Goldsmith

I think that writers often try too hard in the name of expression, when often it's just a matter of reframing what's around you or republishing a preexisting text into a new environment that makes for a successful work. — Kenneth Goldsmith

Reframing Quotes By Rick Hanson

Your perspective on the facts - the context in which you place them and the meaning you give them - really shapes your experience of them. In particular, finding positive meaning in negative events, which is called reframing, is helpful for coping and recovery. This is not to suggest that a tough experience is any less painful, or that it is all right for people to mistreat you. My point is that even a horrible event or situation may have some opportunities in it for a positive experience. — Rick Hanson

Reframing Quotes By Sara Blakely

When I was growing up, my dad would encourage my brother and I to fail. We would be sitting at the dinner table and he would ask, 'So what did you guys fail at this week?' If we didn't have something to contribute, he would be disappointed. When I did fail at something, he'd high-five me. What I didn't realize at the time was that he was completely reframing my definition of failure at a young age. To me, failure means not trying; failure isn't the outcome. If I have to look at myself in the mirror and say, 'I didn't try that because I was scared,' that is failure. — Sara Blakely

Reframing Quotes By Faiz Triumph

Make your worst day is the best day in your life,because surely there's something missing within our self without it,so we can be who we are now ,the wiser and the mature one — Faiz Triumph

Reframing Quotes By Iben Dissing Sandahl

The language we use is extremely powerful. It is the frame through which we perceive and describe ourselves and our picture of the world. — Iben Dissing Sandahl

Reframing Quotes By Jim Goad

Beware of anyone who calls you bad names merely for asking honest questions. Beware of anyone who insists on reframing your sincere curiosity as a character defect. Beware of anyone who questions your motives while ignoring your facts. When someone calls you bad names merely for asking questions, it suggests they know the answer but are terrified to admit it. — Jim Goad

Reframing Quotes By T. Harv Eker

From now on, I want you to practice reframing other people's negativity as a reminder of how not to be. — T. Harv Eker

Reframing Quotes By Brian McGreevy

If a problem can't be solved within the frame it was conceived, the solution lies in reframing the problem. — Brian McGreevy

Reframing Quotes By Gary Saul Morson

Reframing an extract as a quotation constitutes a kind of coauthorship. With no change in wording, the cited passage becomes different. I imagine that the thrill of making an anthology includes the opportunity to become such a coauthor. — Gary Saul Morson

Reframing Quotes By Dan Saffer

There's an old joke among software developers. When something works in an unexpected but strangely effective way, the developers often kid, "Oh, that's not a bug. That's a future." While this is usually a joke, designers can use the same technique of reframing the problem when tackling their own projects. In fact, there's an old joke among designers: "It's not a problem. It's an opportunity. — Dan Saffer

Reframing Quotes By Laura Stack

You can succeed in the future only by facing today's challenges head-on, reframing them as opportunities, and taking advantage of them. — Laura Stack

Reframing Quotes By Kris Carr

Change is a pesky notion. For many folks, the biggest challenge in changing their eating habits isn't money, time, or education; it's reframing their connection between food and love. — Kris Carr