65 Inexperience Quotes On Success In Life

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Best Inexperience Quotes

  1. “I want you to know that also I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience.” ~ Ronald Reagan
  2. “In America the young are always ready to give to those who are older than themselves the full benefits of their inexperience.” ~ Oscar Wilde
  3. “Inexperience is what makes a young man do what an older man says is impossible.” ~ Herbert V. Prochnow
  4. “Mistakes are the usual bridge between inexperience and wisdom.” ~ Phyllis Grissim-Theroux

  5. “The best way to get past doubt and inexperience is simply action.” ~ Robert Herjavec
  6. “But what is so headstrong as youth? What so blind as inexperience?” ~ Charlotte Bronte
  7. “Accept your lack of knowledge and use it as your asset.” ~ Natalie Portman
  8. “Inexperience loves to preach.” ~ Nikos Kazantzakis

  9. “Beware of ignorance when in motion; look out for inexperience when in action, and beware of the majority when mentally poisoned with misinformation, for collective ignorance does not become wisdom.” ~ William J. H. Boetcker
  10. “Politics and prostitution have to be the only jobs where inexperience is considered a virtue. In what other profession would you brag about not knowing stuff? “I’m not one of those fancy Harvard heart surgeons. I’m just an unlicensed plumber with a dream and I’d like to cut your chest open.” The crowd cheers.” ~ Tina Fey
  11. “I won’t hold my opponent’s youth and inexperience against him.” ~ Ronald Reagan
  12. “I think of myself as a beginner. Sometimes that’s the whole joy. If you could just do it, there’d be no point in doing it.” ~ Wayne Thiebaud

  13. “We are born one time only, we can never start a new life equipped with the experience we’ve gained from the previous one. We leave childhood without knowing what youth is, we marry without knowing what it is to be married, and even when we enter old age, we don’t know what it is we’re heading for: the old are innocent children innocent of their old age. In that sense, man’s world is the planet of inexperience.” ~ Milan Kundera , Inexperience quotes in life
  14. “We took advantage of [the Indians’] ignorance and inexperience to incline them the more easily toward treachery, lewdness, avarice, and every sort of inhumanity and cruelty, after the example and pattern of our ways.” ~ Michel de Montaigne
  15. “If an artist has no experience before he makes a painting or a sculpture, he is not an artist.” ~ Naum Gabo
  16. “Men know everything – all of them – all the time – no matter how stupid or inexperienced or arrogant or ignorant they are.” ~ Andrea Dworkin

  17. “Prejudice and self-sufficiency naturally proceed from inexperience of the world, and ignorance of mankind.” ~ Joseph Addison
  18. “A child is not a salmon mousse. A child is a temporarily disabled and stunted version of a larger person, whom you will someday know. Your job is to help them overcome the disabilities associated with their size and inexperience so that they get on with being that larger person.” ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
  19. “Aesthetic racism is almost always a sign of inexperience. Those who have not made their way far enough into the world of amorous delights judge women only by what can be seen. But those who really know women understand that the eye reveals only a minute fraction of what a woman can offer us. When God bade mankind be fruitful and multiply, Doctor, He was thinking of the ugly as well as of the beautiful. I am convinced I might add, that the aesthetic criterion does not come from God but from the devil. In paradise no distinction was made between ugliness and beauty.” ~ Milan Kundera
  20. “Young players calculate everything, a requirement of their relative inexperience.” ~ Samuel Reshevsky

  21. “Inexperience can be overcome, ignorance can be enlightened, but prejudice will destroy you.” ~ Mercedes Lackey
  22. “From the first days of my career as an entrepreneur, I have always used my own and my team’s lack of experience to our advantage. In fact, at our first venture, Student magazine, we used our newcomer status to secure great interviews and generate publicity – people were excited about our new project and wanted to get involved. Our inexperience fed our restless enthusiasm for trying new things, which became part of our core mission.” ~ Richard Branson
  23. “Do not be angry with an ungrateful person; probably they are confused or inexperienced.” ~ Chico Xavier
  24. “It takes a while to grasp that not all failures are self-imposed, the result of ignorance, carelessness or inexperience. It takes a while to grasp that a garden isn’t a testing ground for character and to stop asking, what did I do wrong? Maybe nothing.” ~ Eleanor Perenyi

  25. “It’s a dead give away of an inexperienced writer if every character speaks with the same voice” ~ Colleen McCullough
  26. “The quality of what is said inevitably influences the way in which it is said, however inexperienced the writer.” ~ Robertson Davies
  27. “Each kid has a different level of expertise and some of them are very raw and inexperienced and some are incredibly mature and experienced. So you just have to go with what they are rather than have some abstract technique that you’re going to try to apply to them.” ~ David Cronenberg
  28. “One of the greatest indicators of our own spiritual maturity is revealed in how we respond to the weaknesses, the inexperience, and the potentially offensive actions of others.” ~ David A. Bednar

  29. “I never took that stuff personally when people said I was too young, too inexperienced. I get politics. I get attack ads. But they said ‘mobbed up family.’ That we were criminals. That kills me.” ~ Alexi Giannoulias
  30. “I had done everything I could do as an astronaut, and we have a long line of inexperienced astronauts waiting for their first missions, and so my role really should be to step aside and help them prepare for their missions, rather than to try to get another mission.” ~ Leroy Chiao
  31. “I often hear from new graduates that it’s better to wait until you have more experience…. But I’m a big believer in the power of inexperience…. The world needs you before you stop asking naive questions and while you have the time to understand the true nature of the complex problems we face and take them on.” ~ Wendy Kopp
  32. “How readily we wish time spent revoked, that we might try the ground again where once–through inexperience, as we now perceive–we missed that happiness we might have found!” ~ William Cowper

  33. “Thomas is racing for it, but McCovey is there and can’t get his glove to it. That play shows the inexperience, not on Thomas’ part, but on the part of Willie McC … well, not on McCovey’s part either.” ~ Jerry Coleman
  34. “The heart is forever inexperienced.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  35. “She cried out into his kiss, her hands clawing his shoulders, adrift now in a pleasure that threatened to consume her. In her sexual lifetime she had never known anything like it. Had never tasted such a dark kiss, one that warned her he had no intention of making allowances for sensual inexperience. He was hungry. Needy. And she was the meal he craved.” ~ Lora Leigh
  36. “When you see Liana [Liberato], who at the time was 14, there is an inexperience and innocence that you can’t act and you can’t fake.” ~ David Schwimmer

  37. “Men possessing minds of the first order and who have had opportunities of being known and of acquiring the general confidence do not abound in any country beyond the wants of the country.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  38. “Men of high learning and abilities are few in every country; and by taking in those who are not so, the able part of the body have their hands tied by the unable.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  39. “I learned that danger is relative, and the inexperience can be a magnifying glass.” ~ Charles Lindbergh
  40. “They are exactly the persons who are to succeed to the government of our country and to rule its future enmities, its friendships and fortunes.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

  41. “[Ben Carson] critics say that your inexperience shows. You’ve suggested that the Baltic States are not a part of NATO, you were unfamiliar with the major political parties and government in Israel, and domestically, you thought Alan Greenspan had been treasury secretary instead of federal reserve chair.” ~ Megyn Kelly
  42. “Hire inexperience. This year we plan to hire 200 engineers – half of whom are recent grads. Young people are not burdened by years of experience. They haven’t learned – or been told – what is right or wrong. With engineering, there is no tried and tested path. You try, and fail, and fix, and fail again.” ~ James Dyson
  43. “When I contemplate the immense advances in science and discoveries in the arts which have been made within the period of my life, I look forward with confidence to equal advances by the present generation, and have no doubt they will consequently be as much wiser than we have been as we than our fathers were, and they than the burners of witches.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  44. “I leave the world and its affairs to the young and energetic, and resign myself to their care, of whom I have endeavored to take care when young.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

  45. “Having labored faithfully in establishing the right of self-government, we see in the rising generation, into whose hands it is passing, that purity of principle and energy of character which will protect and preserve it through their day, and deliver it over to their sons as they receive it from their fathers.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  46. “The important thing is to learn from mistakes – something graduates are adept at. Our graduate engineers are working on new technology – from uncharted applications for our digital motor, to a new take on the hand dryer. With an unhindered mind, nothing is off-limits.” ~ James Dyson
  47. “I rejoice when I hear of young men of virtue and talents, worthy to receive and likely to preserve the splendid inheritance of self-government, which we have acquired and shaped for them.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  48. “Inexperience because of (President Barack) Obama’s inexperience. Look that would be one of the challenges.” ~ John McCain

  49. “It is to them I look, to the rising generation, and not to the one now in power, for these great reformations i.e., emancipation of slaves and settlement of the Virginia constitution on a firmer and more permanent basis.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  50. “Old heads, as well as young, may sometimes be charged with ignorance and presumption. The natural course of the human mind is certainly from credulity to skepticism.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  51. “George P. A. Healy; “I knew no one in France, I was utterly ignorant of the language, I did not know what I should do when once there; but I was not yet one-and-twenty, and I had a great stock of courage, of inexperience—which is sometimes a great help—and a strong desire to be my very best.” ~ David McCullough
  52. “We always reference kids but very rarely ask their opinion. Our inexperience might be what gives us the ability to teach our elders something, due to the fact that we are not jaded or cynical.” ~ Adora Svitak

  53. “Cynicism is often the shamefaced product of inexperience.” ~ A. J. Liebling
  54. “We know that Obama wasn’t vetted through the campaign, and now, you know, some things are coming home to roost, if you will, which is inexperience, his associations, and that ultimately harms our republic when a candidate isn’t-isn’t vetted by the media, that cornerstone of our democracy.” ~ Sarah Palin
  55. “Pride comes from not knowing yourself and the world. The older you grow, and the more you see, the less reason you will find for being proud. Ignorance and inexperience are the pedestal of pride; once the pedestal is removed – pride will soon come down.” ~ J. C. Ryle
  56. “Politics and prostitution have to be the only jobs where inexperience is considered a virtue.” ~ Tina Fey

  57. “I wish not to be regarded as an advocate for the particular organizations of the several state governments . . . they carry strong marks of the haste, and still stronger marks of the inexperience, under which they were framed.” ~ James Madison
  58. “At the beginning of their careers many writers have a need to overwrite. They choose carefully turned-out phrases; they want to impress their readers with their large vocabularies. By the excesses of their language, these young men and women try to hide their sense of inexperience. With maturity the writer becomes more secure in his ideas. He finds his real tone and develops a simple and effective style.” ~ Jorge Luis Borges
  59. “Such is the condition of life that something is always wanting to happiness. In youth we have warm hopes, which are soon blasted by rashness and negligence, and great designs which are defeated by inexperience. In age, we have knowledge and prudence, without spirit to exert, or motives to prompt them; we are able to plan schemes, and regulate measures, but have not time remaining to bring them to completion.” ~ Lyndon B. Johnson
  60. “Inexperience is an asset. Embrace it.” ~ Wendy Kopp

  61. “It is a very strange sensation to inexperience youth to feel itself quite alone the world, cut adrift from every connection, uncertain whether the port to which it is bound can be reached, and prevented by many impediments from returning to that it has quitted. The charm of adventure sweetens that sensation, the glow of pride warms it; but then the throb of fear disturbs it; and fear with me became predominant when half an hour elapsed, and still I was alone.” ~ Charlotte Bronte
  62. “We blacks look for leadership in men and women of such youth and inexperience, as well as poverty of education and character, that it is no wonder that we sometimes seem rudderless…. We see basketball players and pop singers as possible role models, when nothing could be further, in most cases, from their capacities.” ~ Arthur Ashe
  63. “Successful salesmen, authors, executives and workmen of every sort need patience. The great liability of youth is not inexperience but impatience.” ~ William Feather

  64. “I think you want to do as much as you can for your fans. I take as many opportunities as I can when it comes to media and interviews and autograph sessions and things of that nature – as long as it’s not interfering with the schedule and how much inexperience you can get on the track. When it starts to cut into that, it’s kind of defeating the purpose. So that’s where I draw the line.” ~ John Wes Townley
  65. “The care of the critic should be to distinguish error from inability, faults of inexperience from defects of nature.” ~ Samuel Johnson

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