Wednesday Wisdom #6: Avoid the faults of your nation. Posted by Doug Belshaw On February 10, 2010 In Wednesday Wisdom No comments As far as I’m concerned, for the English this means stop being so reserved. For Americans, well… be more so. :-p You can purchase an inexpensive copy of The Art of Worldly Wisdom book from Amazon or read it online for free via Google Books. Possibly related posts:Wednesday Wisdom #10: Application and abilityWednesday Wisdom #11: Exaggerated expectationsWednesday Wisdom #9: Life is a warfare against malice.Wednesday Wisdom #18: Be common in nothing.Wednesday Wisdom #16: ThumbscrewsWednesday Wisdom #7: Cultivate relationshipsWednesday Wisdom #17: Prize intensity.Wednesday Wisdom #20: Disreputable occupations.Wednesday Wisdom #12: Things have their periodWednesday Wisdom #13: EruditionZemanta Tags:Baltasar Graciánquotationwisdom Tweet Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw is Badges & Skills Lead at the Mozilla Foundation and into open everything. Main interests? Digital/Web Literacies and Open Badges.