In this post, you will find great Basics Quotes from famous people, such as Antonio Guterres, Chris Crutcher, Chesa Boudin, Tracy Chevalier, Reiss Nelson. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
After assessing what’s in your closet, make a list of what you need. Not want, but need. Write down the basics missing from your wardrobe. It could be a classic white shirt, a trenchcoat, or the perfect little black dress. Whatever the blank spots, write them down. This will be your reference for shopping.
My father told me when I went to college that I needed to take an accounting class. I enrolled and went the first day. I didn’t understand a thing that was being said and dropped the class. I really regret that decision. I should have stuck it out and learned the basics of accounting, but I took the easy way out.
Our employees and competitors thought we were docile. We want to be defiantly disruptive. I don’t mean necessarily by launching price wars but by being the best at the basics – having the best customer service, the best on-time performance, the best coffee – in a thoughtful, not a testosterone-laced, way.
If you look at all aspects of all sports, everything comes down to basics and fundamentals.
In the industrial world we have the problem of having more productive capacity than we know what to do with. That’s at the root of the unemployment crisis: we’ve got so productive at making things, we don’t require people to be involved in making the basics of life any more. Or nearly as many people.
I find that wherever I go, people are hungering to get back to basics.
I’m gonna open a small restaurant on the beach in Mexico. We’re only gonna have a few tables, and we’re only gonna cook what’s fresh that day. We’re gonna get back to the basics… Real food for real people.
I’m getting the basics with the AFL, but the NFL is a different animal.
Everything emanates from the basics, from your base. If you don’t have a strong base, I’m sorry, but you are always going to be coming back to it, trying to reattain.
Even with so many artists using auto-tune, there’s still a growing group of artists rising up and going in the opposite direction, making music that’s real and fresh. And those cats are getting back to the basics without auto-tune. And a lot of those cats are packing out venues without getting played on the radio!
In college, I was a researcher/writer for ‘Let’s Go: Europe,’ assigned to Crete and Cyprus. I was supposed to go to England, but at the last minute they transferred me, despite the fact that I spoke not a word of Greek. I learned the very basics, and to this day can say ‘oil,’ ‘vinegar,’ and ‘boyfriend in America.’
I think that’s each and every week, you’re always gonna start with the basics, the fundamentals. One, stop the run. I think beyond that once you start there you’re always looking out what their personnel is, in which ways can they beat you and then you have to adapt and adjust during the course of the game.
Work and love; these are the basics. Without them there is neurosis.
At home in Devon, my wife Jessica does a huge proportion of the cooking – I do the basics. My timing is extremely good, particularly when it comes to vegetables, perhaps because in my work, timing is everything. I know exactly what fits into a minute when broadcasting, and I apply the same to carrots.
As a general rule, most recent university graduates know far more about U.S. economic history and ‘The Lord of the Flies‘ than about how the modern workplace functions and how to succeed in it. Yet come senior year of college, it couldn’t be more important or more timely to learn the basics of getting a job.
I think what we have at Atelier Crenn, which I think is good, is that the basics are very traditional.
I start out giving characters archetypes and parameters. Once I know the basics and have a rudimentary model, it’s easier to carve unique curves and edges. It’s quite easy to guess how a character is going to react if you know their background, and at a certain point, you realize you understand them personally.