What We Need To Do Is Learn To Work In The System, By Which I Mean That Everybody, Every Team, Every Platform, Every Division, Every Component Is There Not For Individual Competitive Profit Or Recognition, But For Contribution To The System As A Whole On A Win-win Basis.
~ W. Edwards Deming
What A Piece Of Work Is A Man How Noble In Reason How Infinite In Faculty In Form And Moving How Express And Admirable In Action How Like An Angel In Apprehension How Like A God.
~ William Shakespeare
I Am A Great Believer In Luck And I Find The Harder I Work The More I Have Of It.
~ Stephen Butler Leacock
Call It What You Will, Incentives Are What Get People To Work Harder.
~ Nikita Khrushchev
Ideas Must Work Through The Brains And Arms Of Men, Or They Are No Better Than Dreams.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Creative Act Is Not Performed By The Artist Alone; The Spectator Brings The Work In Contact With The External World By Deciphering And Interpreting Its Inner Qualifications And Thus Adds His Contribution To The Creative Act.
~ Marcel Duchamp
Rowing Is A Sport For Dreamers. As Long As You Put In The Work, You Can Own The Dream. When The Work Stops, The Dream Dissapears.
~ Jim Dietz
The Human Race Is Faced With A Cruel Choice: Work Or Daytime Television.
Nothing Is Really Work Unless You Would Rather Be Doing Something Else.
~ James M. Barrie
One Should Guard Against Preaching To Young People Success In The Customary Form As The Main Aim In Life. The Most Important Motive For Work In School And In Life Is Pleasure In Work, Pleasure In Its Result, And The Knowledge Of The Value Of The Result To The Community.
~ Albert Einstein
She Used To Drag Her Mattress Besider Her Low Window And Lie Awake For A Long While, Vibrating With Excitement, As A Machine Vibrates From Speed. Life Rushed In Upon Her Through That Window - Or So It Seemed. In Reality, Of Course, Life Rushes From Within, Not From Without. There Is No Work Of Art So Big Or So Beautiful That Is Was Not Once All Contained In Some Youthful Body, Like This One Which Lay On The Floor In The Moonlight, Pulsing With Ardor And Anticipation.
~ Willa Cather, The Song of the Lark
Surely A Tired Woman On Her Way To Work At Six In The Morning On A Subway Deserves The Right To Get There Safely. Everyone Who Changes His Or Her Life Because Of Crime. Have Been Denied A Basic Civil Right.
~ George Herbert Walker Bush