10 Lessons From the Book Surely you are joking, Mr. Feynman

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Richard Feynman theoretical physicist, known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics.

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All the time you're saying to yourself, 'I could do that, but I won't,' — which is just another way of saying that you can't.

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Of course, you only live one life, and you make all your mistakes, and learn what not to do, and that's the end of you.

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I couldn't claim that I was smarter than sixty-five other guys--but the average of sixty-five other guys, certainly!

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I learned from her that every woman is worried about her looks, no matter how beautiful she is.

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I always do that, get into something and see how far I can go.

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Learn what the rest of the world is like. The variety is worthwhile.

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The first principle is that you must not fool yourself—and you are the easiest person to fool.

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You see, I get so much fun out of thinking that I don’t want to destroy this pleasant machine that makes life such a big kick.

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You have to have absolute confidence. Keep right on going, and nothing will happen.

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