Here we have the best Measuring Quotes from famous authors such as Guilherme Leal, Bill Gates, Ben Zobrist, Jan Chipchase, Arthur Erickson. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
In business, the idea of measuring what you are doing, picking the measurements that count like customer satisfaction and performance… you thrive on that.
Facial recognition software is already quite accurate in measuring unchanging and unique ratios between facial features that identify you as you. It’s like a fingerprint.
Our incapacity to comprehend other cultures stems from our insistence on measuring things in our own terms.
Sometimes comparing can be a good thing: it can inspire us to work harder and reach farther. But for the most part, excessive measuring yourself up against others – especially when it becomes a way to put yourself down – is a colossal waste of time. It’s a dead end. It won‘t make you do anything except feel horrible.
I think everyone is always measuring themselves against other people to a certain degree; it happens automatically, and it’s hard not to be this way at least some of the time.
The art of leadership is not to spend your time measuring, evaluating. It’s all about selecting the person. And if you believe you selected the right person, then you give that person the freedom, the authority, the delegation to innovate and to lead with some very simple measure.
International peace and security depend on certain taboos that are easily recognized when they are broken. It can be more important for an intervention to take place because nuclear or chemical or biological weapons are used as opposed to just measuring how many people are killed.
You have to be careful about measuring the quality of education by the sheer number of dollars that you put into it.
There’s a large cluster of stars that are orbiting the center of our galaxy. And by measuring the motion of stars, and in particular, their orbits, we can figure out whether or not there’s a central black hole.
Spending is not caring. Spending is what politicians do instead of caring. Spending more does not guarantee success. Politicians like to measure spending because it is easier than measuring actual metrics of accomplishment.
The deepest fear we have, ‘the fear beneath all fears,’ is the fear of not measuring up, the fear of judgment. It’s this fear that creates the stress and depression of everyday life.
The signal of the importance of something is whether you’re actually measuring it and you’re holding people accountable to improving those numbers.
In my eyes, baking and pastry-making is like a science – all the measuring of quantities and temperatures.