Researcher Quotes

I am not much of a researcher as a novelist; I write mainly from experience.

A doctor can save maybe a few hundred lives in a lifetime. A researcher can save the whole world.

We live in an age where the artist is forgotten. He is a researcher. I see myself that way.

But the idea that I should be a teacher and a researcher of some sort did not vary over the years.

The first job I had with the Smithsonian was as a field researcher among African American communities in Southwest Louisiana and Arkansas for the festival.

Today the tyrant rules not by club or fist but disguised as a market researcher he shepherds his flocks in the ways of utility and comfort.

As a vulnerability researcher the greatest barrier I see is our low tolerance for vulnerability. We're almost afraid to be happy. We feel like it's inviting disaster.

I use a professional researcher in New York who does all the legwork all that stuff which would take me days and weeks of calling waiting for people to call back.

I'm not a natural researcher and I don't get bogged down in it but I think if you get it right in the first half people will forgive you and then you can move on with the story.

I have never been much of a researcher

The researcher is more memorable than the researched.

Baeyer-a chemist who was more of an encyclopedist than a researcher.

Frankly I'm more of a researcher teacher motivat or and coach than I am an entrepreneur.

I'm not that much of a researcher. I'm good at channeling characters and I'm good at structure.

After a subsequent interview at Brooklyn Poly I was hired and life as a fully independent researcher began.

That's really part of being a grounded theory researcher - putting names to concepts and experiences that people have.

It is self-evident that any and all paths must be open to a researcher during the actual course of his [or her] investigations.

It takes a trained and discerning researcher to keep the goal in sight and to detect evidence of the creeping progress toward it.

Far more important throughout the rest of science is the ability to form concepts during which the researcher conjures images and processes by intuition.

I am a storyteller and a researcher and I'm sorry the world has a hard time straddling the tension of those two things but that's who I am.

I want to be a serial entrepreneur: Incubate an idea get it to a good state and make that an enabler to get to the next state. It's every researcher's fantasy.

The belief in a certain idea gives to the researcher the support for his work. Without this belief he would be lost in a sea of doubts and insufficiently verified proofs.