Klarinet Archive - Posting 001045.txt from 1997/09
From: "Craig E. G. Countryman" <cegc@-----.net>
Subj: Re: Buffet question
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 00:41:07 -0400
> In a message dated 97-09-11 23:07:20 EDT, you write:
> << Wm Laubengayer
> Credibility is far more important than Capability >>
I will respond with my general philsophy on the matter...
If you are capable that is wonderful. Many of us our capable of many
things. However, those who actually achieve those things must be
credible. They must be someone that we can believe in!! If not, all
the ability in the world isn't going to help them, because they will
have no one to turn to for support.
To be honest, I haven't been following this thread, and I haven't gone
back to the archieves to research and find where this particullar quote
came from, so I am a probably taking it totally out of context. But
when I saw the text of Ms. Pontow's message, I couldn't help responding.
Quote(s) of the Day:
"Inspiration may be a form of superconciousness,
or perhaps of subconciousness--I wouldn't know.
But I am sure it is the antithesis of
self-conciousness." -Aaron Copland
"Ineffective people live day after day with unused potential. They
experience synergy only in small, peripheral ways in their
lives. But creative experiences can be produced regularly,
consistently, almost daily in people's lives. It requires
enormous personal security and openness and
a spirit of adventure."
-Stephen R. Covey