I think that until we implant in our minds that doing one
's job or duty is a most ordinary thing, albeit an obligation, we will not grow and develop.
He said: "I felt I ought to do a eulogy as Paul Gambaccini, one of John's radio colleagues, is doing one
Scientific progress begins when someone says four magic words: "I may be wrong." The scientific method is essentially an exercise in making educated guesses, then doing one
's best to prove those guesses wrong.
Entering a room where Sandback has tensed his discreet--but all the more effective--ropes, one has to mentally construct the volumes these ropes demarcate, and in so doing one
is immediately plunged into a fluctuating universe whose coordinates are constantly shifting.
In the summer of 2001, I had the privilege of doing one
for two former employees of Americans United.
Venture partners who were doing nine or 10 deals a year in the late 1990s are now doing one
You do 400 poses a day it s not necessarily better than doing one
. You have to do it with quality and mindfulness.
Neil Keller's checkering fixture is a unique tool you will see in small and large gunshops that aids the gunsmith in doing one
of the most difficult jobs, checkering.
"I didn't want to be known for doing one
particular thing," explains Chew.
It beats doing one
's own research, but it brings in some screwy and not-so-great ideas.
"We did one at $85, and now we're doing one
at $101 - the highest in the city by far.
Take a turn doing one
of the jobs that employees dread.