Words matter. These are the best Know-How Quotes from famous people such as Rhys Darby, Nivin Pauly, James Wolfensohn, Norman Borlaug, Alton Brown, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
‘MacGyver’ of course, that’s probably my favorite show of all time because it was a guy who was so, so smart and could use his wits, and his technical know-how could get him out of any situation.
Every aspect of filmmaking has lured me. Although I’m an actor now, one day, I’d like to direct a film. It’s not as though I’m all set to take the plunge; I cherish this dream of calling the shots, but only after I groom myself with the right kind of preparation and the technical know-how.
China never borrowed less than $3 billion a year during my tenure. They were the most significant client. They used the Bank not just for money but for the know-how.
Africa needs roads. Roads bring know-how and fertilizer to farmers and ideas and business for commerce.
My mantra was to educate people – to actually give them the know-how they could use – and to do it in a very subversive kind of way. I would entertain them, and I was going to teach them whether they knew it or not.
Men, who certainly possess not only the savvy but also the know-how to be funny, for some reason, are just not. I began to notice this at a pretty young age, and unfortunately, a lifetime of living – and not a little bit of regret – hasn’t done much to convince me otherwise.
Walmart and other big-boxers could become the center of gravity for the conservation of goods, employ people with actual know-how, and develop deeper, longer term, more profitable relationships with their customers.
Eggplants are finicky, complicated, and often misunderstood. If you know how to treat one well, then it shows that you have know-how and dedication.
Just remaining quietly in the presence of God, listening to Him, being attentive to Him, requires a lot of courage and know-how.
It’s very important to me to give something back – to pass on my know-how, to give all the lessons I learned onto the next generation so they don’t make the same mistakes.
If you’re an American reader, you can love short stories the way other Americans love baseball; this is our game, people! We have more than two hundred years of know-how and knack, of creativity.
The aim of open government is to take advantage of the know-how and entrepreneurial spirit of those outside government institutions to work together with those inside government to solve problems.
Shutterstock has the tech ethos. Rex has the relationships, packaging, and merchandising know-how.
Inability to make decisions is one of the principal reasons executives fail. Deficiency in decision-making ranks much higher than lack of specific knowledge or technical know-how as an indicator of leadership failure.
The first reason for the preponderant influence of those Evangelicals who define themselves as advocates of Religious Right theological and political ideologies is that they have both the financial means and technological know-how to make widespread use of modern electronic forms of communication.
Berluti, we manufacture wonderfully successful sneakers, which I’m proud of. But I certainly don’t forget the beauty we have to cultivate, the prestige of Venezia leather bespoke shoes, because this is a unique know-how that does not exist anywhere else.
As a global society, we have the technology, resources and the know-how to make a massive difference to living standards everywhere, including for refugees.
Multinational companies use their technological know-how in their foreign subsidiaries, so reciprocal multinational relationships are key – they lead to a vested interest in both countries to remaining open.
‘Independents’ – the industry term for companies that have more capital and know-how than the typical ‘wildcatter’ – can grow either by exploring and finding reserves or by buying a company that already has them.
We know who are the best doctors, which doctors are performing well. Why are we not giving this know-how to our customers?
Stoutly pro-tax-cut and libertarian on social issues like abortion, Trump is a Republican with the business know-how to turn the country’s economy around.
I remembered the times I’d second-guessed myself or questioned my own ability. The times when a little voice in my head worried that I didn’t have the know-how or the experience to reach for an exciting opportunity.
In each restaurant, I develop a different culinary sensibility. In Paris, I’m more classic, because that’s what customers like. In Monaco, it’s classic Mediterranean haute cuisine. In London, it’s a contemporary French restaurant that I’ve developed with a U.K. influence and my French know-how.
You gain know-how from playing matches because every moment of a football match has its own rhythm.
I thought of such Christian inventions as the ghetto and the Jewish badge of shame. The Nazis didn’t have to go very far to pick up their know-how.
Being able to see and recombine existing assets and know-how in new ways allows us to take an ‘ingenious approach to innovation’ – one that creates even more value from what we already have and know.
Developing countries have much to gain from capital mobility: the ability to tap external sources of finance, greater financial efficiency from deeper stock and bond markets, and technology transfer and know-how from foreign direct investment.
I teach film directing, inasmuch as you can. It’s not really possible to teach film direction, but I sit there as a sort of testimony of experience and know-how, I suppose.
What we learned several years ago was that one of our weaknesses would be if we didn’t develop enough people with the know-how to run our company, it would come to the point where we would just stop.
The HMI (human-machine interface) function inside a Ferrari is probably the weakest link in the chain of technical know-how that’s embodied in the car.