Habits Of Mind Quotes by Larry Brooks, Norman Vincent Peale, Alan Greenspan, Sherry Turkle, Bharati Mukherjee, Joseph Grew and many others.
We need to break free from the habits of mind and behavior, to discover the possibilities of who we can become.
Our happiness depends on the habit of mind we cultivate.
The arts develop skills and habits of mind that are important for workers in the new economy of ideas.
Thumbs up or thumbs down on a website is not a conversation. The danger is you get into a habit of mind where politics means giving a thumbs up or thumbs down to a website. The world is a much more complex place.
Ancestral habits of mind can be constricting; they also confer one’s individuality.
Moral stimulation is good but moral complacency is the most dangerous habit of mind we can develop, and that danger is serious and ever-present.
No contradictions will arise as long as Finite Man does not mistake the infinite for something fixed, as long as he is not led by an acquired habit of mind to regard the infinite as something bounded.
Always begin with the end in mind.
The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.
We need a repeated discipline, a genuine training, in order to let go of our old habits of mind and to find and sustain a new way of seeing.
The book, I think, like the map before it, like the clock, created or help create a revolution in the human mind in the way our habits of mind and ultimately the way we use our brains.
Literature takes a habit of mind that has disappeared. It requires silence, some form of isolation, and sustained concentration in the presence of an enigmatic thing.
what was time but a convention, a habit of mind, a custom of dress?
I think we acquire habits of mind when we’re little, and I lived in the future because I was always imagining being a grown-up, when I could get out.
I know how people are, with their habits of mind. Most will sail through from cradle to grave with a conscience clean as snow…I know people. Most have no earthly notion of the price of a snow-white conscience.
I had learnt from experience that many false opinions may be exchanged for true ones, without in the least altering the habits of mind of which false opinions are made.
It is difficult to admonish Frenchmen. Their habit of mind is unfavorable to preachment.