It is in fields where expertise is dubious or bogus that practitioners stress the importance of deferring to expertise.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
Placebo is most of medicine, and nocebo is most of philosophy.
The poor workman blames his sales skills.
If one’s reach should exceed one’s grasp, then it must be better to fail in large enterprises than succeed in smaller ones.
Only poor salesmen have to believe in their product.
Men want most to be useful, but will settle, if thwarted, for destructive.
If the practitioners of other disciplines understood science more they would imitate it less.
Workaround, n. A technique for leaving work around.
Advice and sex are free. You pay the therapist not to tell you his problems, and the whore to leave.
Engineers build things; then scientists explain how they work.