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"I began learning the sportswriting business very early in life." - Dick Schaap

"Reading makes all other learning possible. We have to get books into our children's hands early and often." - Barack Obama

"The learning person looks forward to failure or mistakes. The worst problem in leadership is basically early success." - Warren G. Bennis

"Head Start has been a key component of health, nutrition and early learning opportunities since the 1960s." - J B Pritzker

"Learning to dislike children at an early age saves a lot of expense and aggravation later in life." - Robert Byrne

"I got into computers back in the early '80s, so it was a natural progression of learning about e-mail in the mid-'80s and getting into the Internet when it opened up in the early '90s." - Roger Mcguinn

"The plea for the predominance of learning to read in early school life because of the great importance attaching to literature seems to be a perversion." - John Dewey

"The early years were more about learning than about acting. I had to carry on my father's work, which was a big challenge." - Azim Premji

"I don't like getting up early in the morning and learning all that stuff. I work with offers that I can't refuse." - Michael Caine

"In my early career, I look at that time as a series of trial and error and learning as I go." - Julia Stiles

"We began to connect literacy and learning and the lively effects of biblical knowledge and preaching pretty early. That was a tremendous impact." - Michael Eric Dyson

"I was in a church choir early on and that really helped me musically in terms of chops, learning how to sing harmonies." - Emily Saliers

"Early on, it's good to develop the ability to write. Learning to write is a useful exercise, even if what you're writing about is not that relevant." - Walter Gilbert

"English people don't have very good diction. In France you have to pronounce very particularly and clearly, and learning French at an early age helped me enormously." - Vivien Leigh

"My style is an extension of acting and an outcome of some serious lessons I picked up learning when I did theatre in my early days." - Kapil Sharma

"A good part of my leadership skills is crafted from learning from experiences early in my career that were not positive experiences." - John Lasseter

"Early in my songwriting career, when I was learning a lot about writing songs, I'd force myself to sit down until I came up with something." - Luke Bryan

"I remember in my early 20s when I felt I couldn't live past 30. I was learning how to write. I had a lot of hard work ahead of me." - Carl Sandburg

"As parents, the most important thing we can do is read to our children early and often. Reading is the path to success in school and life. When children learn to love books, they learn to love learning." - Laura Bush

"I do' go back and look at my early work, because the last time I did, many years ago, it left me cringing. If one publishes, then one is creating a public record of Learning to Write." - Lorrie Moore

"History, like religion, unites all learning and power, especially ancient history; that is, the history of the nations of the youthful world - Grecian and Roman, Jewish and early Christian." - Jean Paul

"Neither were you [born yesterday], unless of course I am wrong, in which case welcome to the world, little baby, and congratulations on learning to read so early in life." - Daniel Handler

"I am certain, from experience, of the immense advantage of strict account-keeping in early life. It is just like learning the grammar then, which when once learned need not be referred to afterwards." - William E Gladstone

"The traditional Sanskrit learning has given to Brahaman community of Kashmir, small as it has been always, a distinguished place in the history of Sanskrit literature since early times." - Aurel Stein

"I am certain, from experience, of the immense advantage of strict account-keeping in early life. It is just like learning the grammar then, which when once learned need not be referred to afterwards." - William Ewart Gladstone

"I don't go back and look at my early work, because the last time I did, many years ago, it left me cringing. If one publishes, then one is creating a public record of Learning to Write." - Lorrie Moore

"The Tea Party was born out of the disgust many Americans felt early in the financial crisis upon learning that the federal government was even contemplating reducing the principal on some troubled mortgages." - Mark Zandi

"I know how to set an irrigation tube, and I helped with the harvest. I learned the law of the harvest without even knowing I was learning it. On the farm, you learn early that you reap what you sow." - Sheri L Dew

"To summarize, the particular song a male sings, and the behavioral responses of females to song and morphological signals, are not genetically inherited in a fixed manner but are determined by learning early in life." - Peter R Grant

"I miss the early days; I do. I was so lucky. I basically had it to myself, learning about these chimpanzees. Nobody knew anything about them. Discovering their different personalities, different life histories. I was lucky." - Jane Goodall

"Some of the things I did in my early career were massive learning curves because I had no one to guide me. You learn very quickly because it costs you torment and trouble." - John Caudwell

"My early book learning came to me as naturally as the seasons in ... the little town in which I grew up. ... Quite early I began to find a special charm in an unpeopled world ... of lava rock and sagebrush desert. ... I was often more purely happy at such times than I think I have ever been since." - Richard Mckenna

"I have these guilts about never having read Chaucer but I was talked out of learning Early Anglo-Saxon / Middle English by a friend who had to take it for her Ph.D. They told her to write an essay in Early Anglo-Saxon on any-subject-of-her-own-choosing. "Which is all very well," she said bitterly, "but the only essay subject you can find enough Early Anglo-Saxon words for is "How to Slaughter a Thousand Men in a Mead Hall"." - Helene Hanff

"I have these guilts about never having read Chaucer but I was talked out of learning Early Anglo-Saxon / Middle English by a friend who had to take it for her Ph.D. They told her to write an essay in Early Anglo-Saxon on any-subject-of-her-own-choosing. "Which is all very well," she said bitterly, "but the only essay subject you can find enough Early Anglo-Saxon words for is 'How to Slaughter a Thousand Men in a Mead Hall'." - Helene Hanff

"Learning to read and write makes little sense if you don't understand what you're reading and writing about. While we may have forgotten, most of our early learning came not from being explicitly taught but from experiencing. Kids aren't born knowing hard and soft, sweet and sour, red and green. When the child experiences those things, s/he transforms them into psychological understandings. When kids play with other kids, they learn about others and about themselves. Learning the basics of our physical and social reality is what early childhood is all about." - David Elkind

"I'm always learning something. Learning never ends." - Raymond Carver

"Now, today, some children are enrolled in excellent programs. Some children are enrolled in mediocre programs. And some are wasting away their most formative years in bad programs....That's why I'm issuing a challenge to our states: Develop a cutting-edge plan to raise the quality of your early learning programs; show us how you'll work to ensure that children are better prepared for success by the time they enter kindergarten. If you do, we will support you with an Early Learning Challenge Grant that I call on Congress to enact." - Barack Obama

"Cry Baby is about Cry Baby and the next album [which I think I have a title for but I don't wanna say anything yet because I don't know and it's too early] is a place in the weird town that I'm trying to create and its Cry Baby's perspective throughout this album. You're not learning about her, you're learning about the place that she's in and her perspective. Down the line for sure I will think of other characters in this world." - Melanie Martinez

"Less bitching...more learning." - Jeaniene Frost

"Learning means change." - Bart Kosko

"I am always learning." - Michelangelo

"Learning is a livelihood." - Hitopadesa

"Mother lode of learning." - Neal A Maxwell

"A progeny of learning." - Richard Brinsley Sheridan

"Deep learning doesn't shine." - Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

"Stop learning. Start knowing" - Rumi

"I never stop learning." - Gloria Estefan

"Change demands new learning." - Rosabeth Moss Kanter

"I've never stopped learning." - Mick Taylor

"I am still learning." - Michelangelo

"Gardening is learning, learning, learning. That's the fun of them. You're always learning." - Helen Mirren

"If you're in your early twenties, don't put so much importance on the money, on the raise. Getting an extra thousand dollars a year is okay, but the real thing is the responsibility and the power and the experience that you're learning." - Robert Greene

"When we think about online learning, it's such 'early days.' Bill Gates is a wildly smart insightful guy. Yet, even a guy as smart and insightful as that, 30 years ago can say things like,'Who's every going to need more than 640K of memory?" - Reed Hastings

"Quintilian [educational writer in Rome around A.D. 100] thought that the earliest years of the child's life were crucial. Education should start earlier than age seven, within the family. It should not be so hard as to give the child an aversion to learning. Rather, these early lessons would take the form of play-that embryonic notion of kindergarten." - C. Sommerville

"However much faith to obey God we now have, we will need to strengthen it continually and keep it refreshed constantly. We can do that by deciding now to be more quick to obey and more determined to endure. Learning to start early and to be steady are the keys to spiritual preparation. Procrastination and inconsistency are its mortal enemies." - Henry B Eyring

"The Googly thing is to launch products early on Google Labs and then iterate, learning what the market wants - and making it great. The beauty of experimenting in this way is that you never get too far from what the market wants. The market pulls you back." - Marissa Mayer

"I learned early in my life that sometimes I'm going to lose. I don't like it, but I accept it, meaning that I understand it's going to happen. But I don't see it like defeat; I see it like a learning process. Then if there's nothing to learn, I move on." - Mariano Rivera

"Well, I think the biggest mistake is not learning the habits of saving properly early. Because saving is a habit. And then, trying to get rich quick. It's pretty easy to get well-to-do slowly. But it's not easy to get rich quick." - Warren Buffett

"The world is always full of brilliant youth which fades into grey and embittered middle age: the first flowering takes everything. The great men are those who have developed slowly, or who have been able to survive the glamour of their early florescence and to go on learning from life." - Willa Cather

"When I graduated from college, I moved to New York and started doing improv because I read all about the early 'Saturday Night Live' guys having come through Second City and learning how to improvise, so I wanted to get immediately into that." - Andy Daly

"I can look back at stuff I wrote in my early days and squirm at some of the mistakes I made. But we're all learning every day; we never stop. I just hope people keep on liking what I do. That gives me such a kick." - Paul Kane

"I think I can bring a lot to the triangle offense. Derek Fisher wasn't the tallest guard, but what he did is succeed and have a great career. I'm looking forward to learning from him. I've never played in the system, so I want to get there early." - Shane Larkin

"The really cool challenge of '24' was learning on camera how to be a dramatic actress. The biggest difficulty was the industry side of things. I was very lucky that I had Joel Surnow, one of the creators of '24,' in my corner. Early on, the Fox executives couldn't believe that I was on the show." - Mary Lynn Rajskub

"I was lucky in my early years to play for a Karnataka team that was trying to forge itself into a strong side, and they were years of fun and learning. In the Indian team, I was fortunate to be part of a wonderful era when India played some of its finest cricket at home and abroad." - Rahul Dravid

"When we think about online learning, it's such 'early days.' Bill Gates is a wildly smart insightful guy. Yet, even a guy as smart and insightful as that, 30 years ago can say things like,'Who's every going to need more than 640K of memory?'" - Reed Hastings

"I grew up in the southern United States in a city which at that time during the late '40's and early '50's was the most segregated city in the country, and in a sense learning how to oppose the status quo was a question of survival." - Angela Davis

"What makes this story so remarkable is that throughout my early childhood I had ongoing learning difficulties, particularly in mathematics. I struggled to learn the multiplication table, and no matter how hard I tried, I simply couldn't remember 6 times 7 or 7 times 8." - Andrew Lo

"When we think about online learning, it's such 'early days.' Bill Gates is a wildly smart insightful guy. Yet, even a guy as smart and insightful as that, 30 years ago can say things like, 'Who's every going to need more than 640K of memory?'" - Reed Hastings

"Some of the companies we helped start are names you know. An office supply company called Staples - where I'm pleased to see the Obama campaign has been shopping; The Sports Authority, which became a favorite of my sons. We started an early childhood learning center called Bright Horizons that First Lady Michelle Obama rightly praised." - Mitt Romney

"When counting on learning from innovation, there are great successes but also failures. The Wright Brothers invented the aircraft and started an amazing process of innovation, where we now have planes that carry 500 passengers. Along the way there were some silly looking vehicles that crashed early on." - Sheldon Whitehouse

"Crooks are early adopters." - Craig Newmark

"Learn early, learn often." - Drew Houston

"Its getting late early" - Yogi Berra

"Release early and often." - Kevin Rose

"They scored too early." - Ron Atkinson

"To some degree, the critic arises out of that negativity bias in that our brains are oriented towards threat and toward survival. The critic really started as a survivor mechanism in early infancy and childhood when we were trying to navigate our early family system and culture; when we're learning how to fit in so we could optimize that flow of love and affection. It was an internal voice telling us to shut certain patterns and reactions down, that negativity bias that's always looking for what's wrong, looking for the threat." - Mark Coleman

"Learning to speak is like learning to shoot." - Avital Ronell

"A thing worth learning is worth learning well." - Patrick Ness

"Learning to live is learning to let go." - Sogyal Rinpoche

"Learning how to die is therefore learning how to live," - Philip Seymour Hoffman

"Learning philosophy is learning a particular kind of intuitive understanding." - Iris Murdoch

"Life is about learning; when you stop learning, you die." - Tom Clancy

"Real revolution starts with learning..." - Tim McIlrath

"...don't spoil my learning process!" - Diana Wynne Jones

"Learning makes us all uncomfortable." - Dean Wesley Smith

"Life without learning is death." - Marcus Tullius Cicero

"Everything is a learning experience," - Angus T Jones

"And still I am learning." - Michelangelo

"Learning something new is fun," - Alex Trebek

"Learning is by nature, curiosity." - Philo

"I'm always learning new things." - Serena Williams

"Learning never exhausts the mind." - Leonardo Da Vinci

"I enjoy learning technical details." - Ken Follett

"Everything is a learning experience." - Angus T Jones

"Medieval learning was really advanced." - Terry Jones

"I love learning new techniques." - David Bailey

"Learning something new is fun." - Alex Trebek

"I'm still learning my craft." - Yann Martel

"Setbacks are just learning experiences." - Beth Brooke

"Stop Learning and start thinking." - Jacob Barnett

"When you plant early, you bring spring early." - Jean Hersey

"Early rising is no pleasure; early drinking's just the measure." - Francois Rabelais

"Begin early to teach, for children begin early to sin." - Charles Spurgeon

"Early genius, like early cabbage, does not head well." - Josh Billings

"Go to bed early, get up early-this is wise." - Mark Twain

"It's early yet. It's always early, while you still alive." - Esi Edugyan

"The early bird gets the worm.The early worm... gets eaten." - Norman Ralph Augustine

"Early childhood education begins early, even before birth." - Madeleine M Kunin

"Most of us who got into film industry in early 2000s weren't prepared for the constant vigilance that being a celebrity requires, and there's no school for learning how to handle it well or gracefully. It's a hard thing to figure out. A lot of people don't deal with it well because they're either too paranoid or they're doing things they probably shouldn't be doing in public." - Megan Fox

"Now I rewrite more and more severely, and I take great pleasure in cutting thousands of words out of first drafts; I think that's a pleasure worth learning as early as possible in one's career, not least because realizing that one can do it helps one relax into writing the first draft in which it's better to have too much material for later shaping than not enough." - Ramsey Campbell

"From what I've seen, you either get grounded in that kind of positive thinking early on in life or you don't. Establishing priorities and using your time well aren't things you can pick up at the Harvard Business School. Formal learning can teach you a great deal, but many of the essential skills in life are the ones you have to develop on your own." - Lee Iacocca

"But the three siblings were not born yesterday. Violet was born more than fifteen years before this particular Wednesday, and Klaus was born approximately two years after that, and even Sunny who had just passed out of babyhood, was not born yesterday. Neither were you, unless of course I am wrong, in which case, welcome to the world, little baby, and congratulations on learning to read so early in life." - Daniel Handler

"There are certain functions that the family performs. In the first place the family provides society with an orderly means of reproduction, while at the same time the norms of marriage control the potentially disruptive forces of sexuality. Second, the family provides physical and economic support for the child during the early years of dependence. The child receives its primary socialization in the family, learning the essential ideas and values required for adult life." - Adrian Wilson

"I discovered early on that the player who learned the fundamentals of basketball is going to have a much better chance of succeeding and rising through the levels of competition than the player who was content to do things his own way. A player should be interested in learning why things are done a certain way. The reasons behind the teaching often go a long way to helping develop the skill." - John Wooden

"There is no way that I could pinpoint just one person. When I first started, I was listening to Randy Rogers quite a bit, and I was also pretty big into Josh Grider back then. I remember going to a lot of Kevin Fowler shows early, and Eli Young Band was another one of the groups I listened to a lot of when I was learning to write and play guitar." - Curtis Grimes

"It is not strange that men of note and learning, attracted by the wealth of symbolism on Masonry, as well as by its spirit of fraternity perhaps, also by its secrecy began at an early date to ask to be accepted as members of the order; hence Accepted Masons. How far back the custom of admitting such men to the Lodge goes is not clear, but hints of it are discernable in the oldest documents of the order." - Joseph Fort Newton

"We don't invest in financial literacy in a meaningful way. We should be teaching elementary school children how to balance a checkbook, how to do basic accounting, why it's important to pay your bills on time. First, education. Begin the learning process as early as possible, in elementary school. Second, encourage and support entrepreneurism. Third, policy. I know it's a priority of the US Treasury to augment financial inclusion and increase financial literacy." - Kabir Sehgal

"Early in my career, when I was still learning about politics, when I was wet behind the ears and naive... Up until the time I started radio show, nobody that knew me ever thought I was a hatemonger or a racist or homophobic or sexist or bigoted or any of that. Nobody. There wasn't anybody. Six months after being on the radio with this program, I'd become all of that. And I remember." - Rush Limbaugh

"Early on in life I knew that I was a writer, that I just wanted to write, I love books, I love literature and after graduating college, I kind of wandered around in Europe learning languages and writing novels and never led anywhere. And then I got into like journalism in New York as a way to kind of maybe find my way into the field and it wasn't a good fit. It just wasn't right for me." - Robert Greene

"Empathy and fellow feeling form the very basis of morality. The capacities for empathy, for feeling responsibility toward others and for reaching out to help them can be stunted or undermined early on, depending on a child's experiences in the home and neighborhood. It becomes too easy to turn our backs on fellow human beings... to have 'compassion fatigue.' Technology, we are learning, is not neutral." - Sissela Bok

"I started learning my lessons in Abbot Texas, where I was born in 1933. My sister Bobbie and I were raised by our grandparents [...] We never had enough money, and Bobbie and I started working at an early age to help the family get by. That hard work included picking cotton. [...] Picking cotton is hard and painful work, and the most lasting lesson I learned in the fields was that I didn't want to spend my life picking cotton." - Willie Nelson

"In the early days I'd be slaving over a mixing desk. I'm not a recording engineer but I used to mix the record. We used to do it all by ourselves. I just don't really want to do it anymore. I want somebody to do it for me. I want to concentrate on other things. That's been a big change, a learning curve. But no regrets, it's all part of life's rich tapestry." - Stevie Jackson

"When 85% of the kids in America don't have one meal with their family, just imagine what that means. Just imagine, life is like a run-on sentence, you never pause. You're always grabbing something. You're eating in front of the television. You're out grazing with your friends, and you're learning and digesting the values of the fast-food culture. And that's what I really believe is destroying this world. We've been indoctrinated from early childhood that more is better." - Alice Waters

"Half of learning is learning. The other half of learning is unlearning." - Mark Batterson

"Learning professionals need to be thinking about creating learning experiences rather than learning content" - Charles Jennings

"Late children are early orphans." - John Wilmot

"Good luck beats early rising." - Proverbs

"Vote early and vote often." - Al Capone

"Early numbers are always wrong." - Mary Cheney

"I'm an early-morning owl." - Patrick Wilson

"Adequate early rest is best...."Early to bed and early to rise" is still good counsel." - Ezra Taft Benson

"I just love learning. I think learning is how you live. The verb of my life is learning." - Louis C K

"Historically, I come from Jewish history. I had the classic upbringing in the Yeshiva, learning, learning, and more learning." - Elie Wiesel

"There is no learning without mistakes" - Mary Walton

"Learning is experience understood in tranquility." - Charles Handy

"I am still learning. (at age 87)" - Michelangelo

"Belief gets in the way of learning." - Robert A Heinlein

"Growing is the result of learning." - Malcolm X

"I grow old, ever learning many things." - Solon

"View life as a continuous learning experience." - Denis Waitley

"I keep learning, listening, growing and experimenting." - John Legend

"The moment you stop learning you're dying." - Robert Kiyosaki

"A humble person never stops learning." - Todd Blackledge

"A little learning is a dangerous thing." - Alexander Pope

"Love is a lesson worth learning." - Oprah Winfrey

"Keep your central character moving, discovering, learning." - Simon Beaufoy

"Learning cannot be disassociated from action." - Peter Senge

"Marriage is a school of learning." - Myles Munroe

"Without questions, there is no learning." - W Edwards Deming

"All genuine learning comes through experience." - John Dewey



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