Henry Ford quote about work from My Life and Work - Thinking is the hardest work any one can do—which is probably the reason why we have so few thinkers.
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Thinking is the hardest work any one can do—which is probably the reason why we have so few thinkers.
 Henry Ford, My Life and Work (1922). copy citation

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Author Henry Ford
Source My Life and Work
Topic work thinking
Date 1922
Language English
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“An educated man is not one whose memory is trained to carry a few dates in history—he is one who can accomplish things. A man who cannot think is not an educated man however many college degrees he may have acquired. Thinking is the hardest work any one can do—which is probably the reason why we have so few thinkers. There are two extremes to be avoided: one is the attitude of contempt toward education, the other is the tragic snobbery of assuming that marching through an educational system is a sure cure for ignorance and mediocrity.” source

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