40 Brillaince Quotes

  • Our children are only as brilliant as we allow them to be. – Eric Micha’el Leventhal

 

  • It’s brilliant, being depressed; you can behave as badly as you like. – Nick Hornby

 

  • How we learn has nothing to do with how brilliant we are. – Henry Winkler

 

 

  • The most successful and brilliant work a lighting designer can do is usually the least noticeable. – Jean Rosenthal

 

  • The true test of a brilliant theory is what first is thought to be wrong is later shown to be obvious. – Assar Lindbeck

 

  • There’s nothing worse than a brilliant beginning. – Pablo Picasso

 

  • Brilliant people never think of the lives they smash, being brilliant. – Don DeLillo

 

  • There is no idea so brilliant or original that a sufficiently-untalented writer can’t screw it up. – Raymond E. Feist

 

  • Champions are brilliant at the basics. – John Wooden

 

  • Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. – Dalai Lama XIV

 

  • If you can talk brilliantly about a problem, it can create the consoling illusion that it has been mastered. – Stanley Kubrick

 

  • There are many really stupid ideas that wind up being brilliant, if you can implement them. – Gene Simmons

Brilliance quotes

  • A dull speech which is full of truths is much more brilliant than an eloquent speech which is full of lies!. – Mehmet Murat ildan

 

  • Brilliant results don’t just show up by chance. The finest things in life take patience, focus and sacrifice. – Robin Sharma

 

  • A brilliant man would find a way not to fight a war. – Isoroku Yamamoto

 

  • Operating in an unlit world, the unconscious mind is a brilliant detective. – Jo Coudert

 

  • There are fine things that are more brilliant when they are unfinished than when finished too much. – Francois de la Rochefoucauld

 

  • Everyone we regard as brilliant has endured an enormous amount of failure. – Frans Johansson

 

  • You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t get them across, your ideas won’t get you anywhere. – Lee Iacocca

 

  • There is a brilliant child locked inside every student. – Marva Collins

 

  • The most brilliant fortunes are often not worth the littleness required to gain them. – Francois de la Rochefoucauld

 

  • A brilliant design will always benefit from the input of others. – Zaha Hadid

 

  • Brilliant strategy is the best route to desirable ends with available means. – Max McKeown

 

  • Being brilliant is no great feat if you respect nothing. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 

  • The most brilliant qualities become useless when they are not sustained by force of character. – Louis-Philippe I of France

 

  • If you’re brilliant and open-minded, you can start at the top. – Uri Geller

 

  • One of my main goals in life is to make those that believed in me look extremely brilliant. – Greg Gilbert

 

  • You weren’t born to fit in. You were born to be brilliant. – Simon T. Bailey

 

  • Surrounded yourself with brilliant people. You can’t help but grow when that happens. – Chris Brogan

 

  • Being in the desert was brilliant and it was hard. – Toni Collette

 

  • There are plenty of brilliant people who are too stressed out to read challenging literary novels. – John Burdett

 

  • Humans: such a brilliant model of emotional self-awareness. – Charles Stross

 

  • A brilliant mind was never as clever as three average minds sniffing after something of interest. – Robert Reed

 

  • Don’t trust a brilliant idea unless it survives the hangover. – Jimmy Breslin

 

  • Do you want a collection of brilliant minds or a brilliant collection of minds?. – Meredith Belbin

 

  • The most brilliant flashes of wit come from a clouded mind, as lightning leaps only from an obscure firmament. – Christian Nestell Bovee

 

  • A perfect conversation would run much less to brilliant sentences than to unfinished ones. – Louis Kronenberger

 

  • There are very few really brilliant men who have not had at least one madman among their ancestors. – Andre Maurois

 

  • It’s always a struggle to make things sound more or less brilliant. – Victoria Legrand