Derren Brown Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Derren Brown

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Derren Brown quotes: There is a fine line between wishing to produce child-like astonishment and treating people like infants. There is a fine line between wishing to produce child-like astonishment and treating people like infants.
Derren Brown quotes: We're terrible at realising what goes on in other people's heads because we are trapped inside our own. We're terrible at realising what goes on in other people's heads because we are trapped inside our own.
Derren Brown quotes: Magic is not inherently anything. It is what you sell it as. Magic is not inherently anything. It is what you sell it as.
Derren Brown quotes: To impress people as much as we would wish, we would first need to successfully adopt each of their value systems To impress people as much as we would wish, we would first need to successfully adopt each of their value systems
Derren Brown quotes: The single most valuable human trait, the one quality every schoolchild and adult should be taught to nurture, is, quite simply, kindness. The single most valuable human trait, the one quality every schoolchild and adult should be taught to nurture, is, quite simply, kindness.
Derren Brown quotes: Liberating but hard to remember we're just bit-parts in the lives of people we know, who care very little for our secrets Liberating but hard to remember we're just bit-parts in the lives of people we know, who care very little for our secrets
Derren Brown quotes: Dull magic is a collection of tricks: great magic should sting. Dull magic is a collection of tricks: great magic should sting.
Derren Brown quotes: Have your cake and eat it ... there's no other reason to have a cake Have your cake and eat it ... there's no other reason to have a cake
Derren Brown quotes: Our fascination with weather: its caprices and changes as an antidote to the eternal repetition of daily life; a helpful illusion of novelty Our fascination with weather: its caprices and changes as an antidote to the eternal repetition of daily life; a helpful illusion of novelty