Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Intelligence Analyst "Words To Live By" -- #4 (

This is the fourth of 10 surveys I intend to conduct to determine which are the "best" quotes, sayings and words of wisdom for intelligence analysts.

If you want more detail on why I am doing this, see the previous post.

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Voting on the first three lists is still open:
List 1
List 2
List 3

The current frontrunners from the third list include (with the percentage representing the percent of respondents who said move it up the list):

"A problem well formulated is a problem half solved." -- Charles Kettering (69%)
"No matter what your conclusions are, always ask yourself if you have factored in the possibility of deception." -- Jim Breckenridge (73%)
"Knowledge a week too late is the same as ignorance." -- George Friedman (69%)
"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what no one has thought." -- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (74%)

All other entries are currently below 50%.

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