We’ve collected the best Graham Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Giles Foden, Leslie Fiedler, Jerry Moran, Phil Klay, Rob Liefeld. Use them as an inspiration.
At one point, I recognized that Warren Buffett, though he had every advantage in learning from Ben Graham, did not copy Ben Graham but, rather, set out on his own path and ran money his way, by his own rules… I also immediately internalized the idea that no school could teach someone how to be a great investor.
John McCain and Lindsay Graham have a habit of communicating with great passion and regularity. I have great respect for both individuals, but their style is not everyone‘s style.
We like to say we pray in the church of Graham, Dodd, Buffett, and Munger.
Graham’s legacy is not as a maverick or a trailblazer. It is the legacy of a man who used Jesus as a tool to placate the masses so that the status quo of conservative white America could remain firmly in place.
Most writers are vulnerable and insecure, and Kay Graham was more so than most.
I am very, very, very pleased with Graham Gano.
Pretty much everyone on my iPod, I’d like to be friends with. But I’d say that the main two that I’d love to get into a conversation with are Werner Herzog and Graham Hancock.
Innovation really is the life blood of our American economy… looking back at the stories of Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and the Wright Brothers, you look at emergence to technology innovation and what it has done for our economy. We need to continue that.
There’s no point pretending that all of Martha Graham’s pieces are equally strong.
Billy Graham isn’t about politics – Billy Graham is about God.
I’m born originally in Toronto, and I have what I call my ‘Fame‘ story. I took a Greyhound bus and went to Alvin Ailey and received Dunham, Horton, Graham technique there, but I could never take my eyes off of Balanchine doing ‘Nutcracker’; to me he’s the best who ever did it.
Don’t get me wrong, there are good presenters. There’s Graham Norton and Johnny Vaughan and Sara Cox.
People seem comfortable with me. And maybe that’s got a lot to do with shows like Graham Norton. You just tell it like it is on those programs.
I was working with Bill Graham management at the time and it was obvious to everyone concerned that albums like Open Fire, while they were good for me creatively, were not going to be commercially successful.
Three of the principal cast members of ‘Outlander’ have come out publically for ‘Yes’: Sam Heughan, Graham MacTavish and Grant O’Rourke. And the ‘Yes’ proponents are on fire: idealistic, hopeful, inspired by the idea of change and of democratic self-determination.
There’s Lindsey Graham 1.0 and then there’s Lindsey Graham 2.0. I could not beat Lindsey Graham 1.0. That was the John McCain-Lindsey Graham.
My heroes were never scientists. They were Graham Greene and Christopher Isherwood, you know, good writers.
Where my dad taught me everything about writing, Graham Paterson, who gave me my first job at The Times, taught me everything about journalism, which is that it’s no big deal, and it’s more important to have a glass of wine.
I believed what my father taught me about the separation of church and state, so when I was President I never invited Billy Graham to have services in the White House because I didn’t think that was appropriate. He was injured a little bit, until I explained it to him.
Billy Graham that the world saw on television or saw on the big screen was the same Billy Graham that we saw at home. He wasn’t two people.
I was used to football supporters hammering me and I thought my name was Graham Potter-Boo at one point.
Graham was my father’s second name, so I took Graham because Lukas Graham sounded cool.