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" Stating the thing broadly, the human individual thus lives usually far within his limits; he possesses powers of various sorts which he habitually fails to use. "
On Vital Reserves: The Energies of Men. The Gospel of Relaxation - Side 12
af William James - 1911 - 78 sider
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How to Develop Self-confidence in Speech & Manner

Grenville Kleiser - 1910 - 302 sider
...achievement. Memorize the following: Stating the thing broadly, the human individual usually lives far within his limits; he possesses powers of various...below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum. — WILLIAM JAMES. FOR THE SIXTH DAY Patience — This wins self-respect, and the good-will of others....
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Fatigue and Efficiency: A Study in Industry

Josephine Goldmark - 1912 - 370 sider
...push the barrier farther off, and to live in perfect comfort on much higher levels of power. . . . "Stating the thing broadly, the human individual thus...below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." Why not assume, then, it has been argued, that the workers who are subject to industrial overpressure...
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Interstate Medical Journal, Bind 19

1912 - 1118 sider
...correctness; for, if we are to believe the late Professor William James,* "the human individual thus lives far within his limits ; he possesses powers of various...below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." Hence ought we to continue to boast of the inroads into our health on account of our energizing as...
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The Man of To-morrow: Human Evolution-passing Man in this Age Into God ...

Floyd Baker Wilson - 1914 - 232 sider
...me to form an excellent introduction to the subject about to be considered. " The human individual lives usually far within his limits; he possesses...energizes below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimism. In elementary faculty, in co-ordination, in power of inhibition and control, in every conceivable...
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War and the Ideal of Peace: A Study of Those Characteristics of Man that ...

Henry Rutgers Marshall - 1915 - 256 sider
...recalled, in his suggestive essay on "The Energies of Men," says in summing up : " The human individual lives usually far within his limits; he possesses...various sorts which he habitually fails to use. He energises below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum. ' ' What he means is that we habitually...
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War and the Ideal of Peace: A Study of Those Characteristics of Man that ...

Henry Rutgers Marshall - 1915 - 264 sider
...recalled, in his suggestive essay on "The Energies of Men," says in summing up : " The human individual lives usually far within his limits; he possesses...various sorts which he habitually fails to use. He energises below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum. ' ' What he means is that we habitually...
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History of Zionism, 1600-1918, Bind 2

Nahum Sokolow - 1919 - 582 sider
...challenged, do we know what we are capable of. Modern psychology tells us that " the human individual lives usually far within his limits ; he possesses...which he habitually fails to use. He energizes below the maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." And to rise to our maximum and optimum we need some...
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The Sociological Review, Bind 13–14

1921 - 648 sider
...limitations upon individual action and energy. The essence of his thesis is that " the human individual lives usually far within his limits ; he possesses...various sorts which he habitually fails to use. He energises below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." Individuals utilise their real powers...
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The Sociological Review, Bind 13

1921 - 278 sider
...limitations upon individual action and energy. The essence of his thesis is that "the human individual lives usually far within his limits ; he possesses...various sorts which he habitually fails to use. He energises below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." Individuals utilise their real powers...
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Psychology and History

Harry Elmer Barnes - 1925 - 224 sider
...limitations upon individual action and energy. The essence of his thesis is that "the human individual lives usually far within his limits; he possesses...various sorts which he habitually fails to use. He energises below his maximum, and he behaves below his optimum." Individuals utilize their real powers...
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