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 Howard Gardner - “Stories are the single most powerful tool in a leader's toolkit.”
 Howard Gardner - “I often find that entrepreneurs think my theory is great. My interpretation is that they are people who weren't considered that smart in school because they didn't have good notation skills-you know, moving little symbols around.”
 Howard Gardner - “Twenty-five years ago, the notion was you could create a general problem-solver software that could solve problems in many different domains. That just turned out to be totally wrong.”
 Howard Gardner - “I align myself with almost all researchers in assuming that anything we do is a composite of whatever genetic limitations were given to us by our parents and whatever kinds of environmental opportunities are available.”
 Howard Gardner - “A lot of knowledge in any kind of an organization is what we call task knowledge. These are things that people who have been there a long time understand are important, but they may not know how to talk about them. It's often called the culture of the organization.”
 Howard Gardner - “Over time and cultures, the most robust and most effective form of communication is the creation of a powerful narrative,”
 Howard Gardner - “I believe that the brain has evolved over millions of years to be responsive to different kinds of content in the world. Language content, musical content, spatial content, numerical content, etc.”
 Howard Gardner - “Being fast and not very spatial doesn't make you any better in spatial kinds of things you probably just get the wrong answer more quickly.”
 Howard Gardner - “If I know you're very good in music, I can predict with just about zero accuracy whether you're going to be good or bad in other things.”
 Howard Gardner - “Well, if storytelling is important, then your narrative ability, or your ability to put into words or use what someone else has put into words effectively, is important too.”
 Howard Gardner - “Young children possess the ability to cut across the customary categories to appreciate usually undiscerned links among realms, to respond effectively in a parallel manner to events which are usually categorized differently, and to capture these ori”