Sensational Quotes for Smart People


Sensational Quotes about Time

and Time Management 


First Top-10 List of Sensational Quotes

about Time and Time Management

#1 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.
— H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

#2 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Remember that time is money.
— Benjamin Franklin

#3 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Those who make the worst use of their time most complain of its shortness.
— La Bruyère

#4 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

If you have the time, you won't have the money. If you have the money, you won't have the time.
— Wolter's Law

#5 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Well-arranged time is the surest mark of a well-arranged mind.
— Sir Isaac Pitman

#6 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

The surest poison is time.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson

#7 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Time: that which man is always trying to kill, but which ends in killing him.
— Herbert Spencer

#8 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Without music to decorate it, time is just a bunch of boring production deadlines or dates by which bills must be paid.
— Frank Zappa

#9 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time.
— Stephen Swid

#10 of Top-10 Sensational Quotes about Time

Time is so much kinder to a man than to a woman that a careful bachelor often lives to flirt with [and even date] the daughter of the woman he once came within an ace of marrying.
— Arthur Binstead

Second Top-Ten List of Sensational

Quotations about Time and Time Management

#1 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

It's simply fantastic the amount of work you can get done if you don't do anything else.
— Unknown wise person

#2 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Up, sluggard, and waste not life; in the grave will be sleeping enough.
— Ben Franklin

#3 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. General recognition of this fact is shown in the proverbial phrase "It is the busiest man who has time to spare."
— C. Northcote Parkinson

#4 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Learn to distinguish between these three:
1: Some things need doing better than you or anyone has ever done them before.
2: Some just need doing to get by.
3: Some are not necessary; they don't need doing and are best left to the misfits of this world to pursue.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

#5 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least.
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

#6 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

It is not enough to be busy ... the question is: what are we busy about?
— Henry David Thoreau

#7 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Do the right things instead of trying to do everything right.
— Peter Drucker

#8 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

I recommend to you to take care of the minutes; for hours will take care of themselves.
— Lord Chesterfield

#9 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

It is observed that successful people get ahead in the time that other people waste.
— Henry Ford

#10 of Top-Ten Sensational Quotes about Time Management

Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing.
— Thomas Edison

More Sensational Quotes about

Time for Smart People 

Getting results does not take time; it's the not getting results that takes all your time.
— Joe Polish 

There's seven things you can do with your time [in retirement]: You can work and you can play and you can sleep. You can improve your mind or you can improve your health. You can work in civic activities or educational activities, or you can work in some spiritual area for the church. As far as I know, there's nothing else you can do ... And my retirement has been great. It's better than anything I ever expected it to be.
— Hammond Stith, Retired at 61

Time goes, you say? Ah, no!
Alas, Time stays, we go.
— Austin Dobson

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
Steve Jobs

Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils.
— Hector Berlioz

The arbitrary division of one's life into weeks and days and hours seemed, on the whole, useless. There was but one day for the men, and that was pay day, and one for the women, and that was rent day. As for the children, every day was theirs, just as it should be in every corner of the world.
— Alice Caldwell Rice

Always reserve enough time in your day to loaf, relax, and think creative thoughts. This will have much more of a positive effect on your financial and personal well-being than two or three hours of extra work. Not only does loafing take your imagination to greater heights, it's good for your long-term health, because it reduces stress and helps prevent many diseases. Moreover, when you loaf, you are preparing for the time when you achieve enough wealth to take it easy. You are giving yourself a taste of the freedom and prosperity that is coming to you.
— from
The Joy of Not Working by Ernie Zelinski

Prosperity Through The Joy of Not Working

Avoid driving your car as if your journey is the only one on earth that is going to save the universe.
Stop and think about it;
And you will realize that your journey is rather insignificant in the higher order of things.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

Retirement: The time in your life when time is no longer money.
— Unknown happy retiree

Seize the day and put the least possible trust in tomorrow.

If you must hurry, then hurry slowly.
Speed kills — in more ways than one.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

But at my back I always hear
Time's winged chariot hurrying near;
And yonder all before us lie
Deserts of vast eternity.
— Andrew Marvell

To put more time in your life, don't rush.
Slow down instead.
In a magical way, the world will ease up for you.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare?
– W. H. Davies

The hurrier we go,
the behinder we get.
— Old Dutch Proverb

When you think that you don't have time to watch a beautiful sunset, think again. The time when you most need to watch a sunset is when you don't have time for it.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

City people try to buy time as a rule, when they can, whereas country people are prepared to kill time, although both try to cherish in their mind's eye the notion of a better life ahead.
— Edward Hoagland

What are days for?
Days are where we live.
They come, they wake us
Time and time over.
They are to be happy in:
Where can we live but days?
— Philip Larkin

Time, you old gypsy man,
Will you not stay,
Put up your caravan
Just for one day?
— Ralph Hodgeson

When as a child I laughed and wept,
Time crept.
When as a youth I waxed more bold,
Time strolled.
When I became a full-grown man,
Time RAN.
When older still I daily grew,
Time FLEW.
Soon I shall find, in passing on,
Time gone.
O Christ! wilt Thou have saved me then?
— Henry Twells (1823-1900)

Here's a new day. O Pendulum move slowly!
— Harold Munro

The hours of folly are measured by the clock, but of wisdom no clock can measure.
— William Blake

Our deeds disguise us. People need endless time to try on their deeds, until each knows the proper deeds for him to do. But every day, every hour, rushes by. There is no time.
— Haniel Long

Measuring busy-ness ... is far easier than measuring business. Busy-ness might feel good (like checking your email on Christmas weekend) but business means producing things of actual value.  Often, the two are completely unrelated.
— Seth Godin, writing on his
Seth's Blog

Each day is a little life: every waking and rising a little birth, every fresh morning a little youth, every going to rest and sleep a little death.
— Arthur Schopenhauer

Future: that period of time in which our affairs prosper, our friends are true, and our happiness is assured.
— Ambrose Bierce

There is no time like the pleasant.
— Addison Mizner and Oliver Herford

Between time and ourselves, it is a struggle as to which shall kill the other.
— Guy Delaforest

Does thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that's the stuff life is made of.
— Benjamin Franklin

But at my back I always hear
Time's wingèd chariot hurrying near.
— Andrew Marvell

O, call back yesterday, bid time return.
— William Shakespeare

We are weighed down, every moment, by the conception and the sensation of Time. And there are but two means of escaping and forgetting this nightmare: pleasure and work. Pleasure consumes us. Work strengthens us. Let us choose.
— Charles Baudelaire

When a man retires and time is no longer a matter of urgent importance, his colleagues generally present him with a watch.
— R.C. Sherriff

Retirement has been a discovery of beauty for me. I never had the time before to notice the beauty of my grandkids, my wife, the tree outside my very own front door. And, the beauty of time itself.
— Hartman Jule

Retired — Someone who knows it all and has way too much time on his hands to tell you.
— Unknown wise person

A happy retirement is one where you never get around to doing the things that you intended to do when you were still working.
 from How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free


As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
— Henry David Thoreau

Time, which alone makes the reputation of men, ends by making their defects respectable.
— Voltaire

Here or henceforward it is all the same to me, I accept Time absolutely.
— Walt Whitman

Modern thought has transferred the spectral character of Death to the notion of time itself. Time has become Death triumphant over all.
— John Berger

Time is the only critic without ambition.
— John Steinbeck

Time is the substance from which I am made. Time is a river which carries me along, but I am the river; it is a tiger that devours me, but I am the tiger; it is a fire that consumes me, but I am the fire.
— Jorge Luis Borges

The best way to fill time is to waste it.
— Marguerite Duras

Oh Time! the beautifier of the dead,
Adorner of the ruin, comforter
And only healer when the heart hath bled;
. . . Time, the avenger!
— Lord Byron

The illimitable, silent, never-resting thing called Time, rolling, rushing on, swift, silent, like an all-embracing ocean-tide, on which we and all the universe swim like exhalations, like apparitions which are, and then are not: this is forever very literally a miracle; a thing to strike us dumb, for we have no word to speak about it.
— Thomas Carlyle

Time turns the old days to derision,
Our loves into corpses or wives;
And marriage and death and division
Make barren our lives.
— A. C. Swinburne

Time rushes toward us with its hospital tray of infinitely varied narcotics, even while it is preparing us for its inevitably fatal operation.
— Tennessee Williams
Our deeds disguise us. People need endless time to try on their deeds, until each knows the proper deeds for him to do. But every day, every hour, rushes by. There is no time.
— Haniel Long

The lapse of ages changes all things- time, language, the earth, the bounds of the sea, the stars of the sky, and every thing "about, around, and underneath" man, except man himself.
— Lord Byron

A truer image of the world, I think, is obtained by picturing things as entering into the stream of time from an eternal world outside, than from a view which regards time as the devouring tyrant of all that is.
— Bertrand Russell

We should not say that one man's hour is worth another man's hour, but rather that one man during an hour is worth just as much as another man during an hour. Time is everything, man is nothing: he is at the most time's carcass.
— Karl Marx

For tribal man space was the uncontrollable mystery. For technological man it is time that occupies the same role.
— Marshall McLuhan

For time is the longest distance between two places.
— Tennessee Williams

We are always acting on what has just finished happening. It happened at least 1/30th of a second ago. We think we're in the present, but we aren't. The present we know is only a movie of the past.
— Tom Wolfe

While time,
The endless idiot, runs screaming 'round the world.
— Carson McCullers

Time is so much kinder to a man than to a woman that a careful
bachelor often lives to flirt with [and even date] the daughter of the woman he once
came within an ace of marrying.
— Arthur Binstead

To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; a time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; a time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
— Hebrew Bible. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

More Quotes about Time Management Tips 

and Time Management Techniques

You must always work not just within but below your means. If you can handle three elements, handle only two. If you can handle ten, then handle only five. In that way the ones you do handle, you handle with more ease, more mastery, and you create a feeling of strength in reserve.
— Pablo Picasso

The Law of Triviality . . . briefly stated, it means that the time spent on any item of the agenda will be in inverse proportion to the sum involved.
— C. Northcote Parkinson

Every man is, or hopes to be, an idler.
— Samuel Johnson

There are only two ways of getting on in the world: by one's own industry, or by the stupidity of others.
— Jean de La Bruyère

A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.
— Albert Einstein

Success means only doing what you do well, letting someone else do the rest.
— Goldstein S. Truism

I made up my mind long ago that life was too short to do anything for myself that I could pay others to do for me.
— W. Somerset Maugham

 If you see a snake, just kill it — don't appoint a committee on snakes.
— H. Ross Perot

The difference between a job and a career is the difference between forty and sixty hours a week.
— Robert Frost

One of the problems of retirement is that it gives you more time to read about the problems of retirement.
— Anon

Ultimately nothing matters and so what if it did.
— Unknown wise person

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
— Albert Einstein

If not now, when?
Zen Koan

Our life is frittered away by detail ... simplify, simplify. 
— Henry David Thoreau

I couldn't wait for success . . . so I went ahead without it.
— Jonathan Winters

Is not life a hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?
— Friedrich Nietzsche

Live all you can; it's a mistake not to. It doesn't so much matter what you do in particular, so long as you have your life. If you haven't had that, what have you had? 
— Henry James

Call upon a man of business during hours of business only to transact your business. Then go about your business and give him time to attend to his business.
— Unknown Wise Person

The shortest and best way to make your fortune is to let people see clearly that it is in their interests to promote yours.
— Jean de La Bruyére

How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of youth,
Stolen on his wing my three-and-twentieth year!
— John Milton

If you don't want to work you have to work to earn enough money so that you won't have to work.
— Ogden Nash

Spend your time and energy creating, not criticizing.
— H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

It's not so much how busy you are, but why you are busy.
The bee is praised; the mosquito is swatted.
— Queen of France, wife of King Louis XVI (1755-1793)

It's better to do a sub-par job working on the right project than a great job working on the wrong project.
— Robert J. Ringer

To get something done a committee should consist of no more than three men, two of whom are absent.
— Robert Copeland

I am definitely going to take a course on time management . . . just as soon as I can work it into my schedule.
— Louis E. Boone

Time is waste of money.
— Oscar Wilde

Chance is the one thing you can't buy. . . . You have to pay for it and you have to pay for it with your life, spending a lot of time, you pay for it with time, not the wasting of time but the spending of time.
— Robert Doisneau

Don't become a slave to non-crucial matters.
— Robert J. Ringer

Surround yourself with problem solvers, not problem creators.
— Robert J. Ringer

The great secret in life ...[is] not to open your letters for a fortnight.  At the expiration of that period you will find that nearly all of them have answered themselves.
— Arthur Binstead

Leave undone whatever you hesitate to do.
— Yoshida Kanko

Don't waste time learning the "tricks of the trade." Instead learn the trade.
— H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Nothing ever comes out as planned.
— Seay's Law

Some folks can look so busy doing nothin' that they seem indispensable.
— Kin Hubbard

The curse of me and my nation is that we always think things can be bettered by immediate action of some sort, any sort rather than no sort.
— Ezra Pound

I don't even butter my bread. I consider that cooking.
— Katherine Cebrian

Little things affect little minds.
— Benjamin Disraeli

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
— Albert Einstein

If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
— American proverb

If you don't have enough time to accomplish something, consider the work finished once it's begun.
— John Gage

If you're already in a hole, it's no use to continue digging.
— Roy W. Walters

Never do today what you can do as well tomorrow; because something may occur to make you regret your premature action.
— Aaron Burr

The time to relax is when you don't have time for it.
—  Sydney J. Harris

Choose one of these three ways to handle a task fast:
1: Do it yourself.
2: Hire an expert to handle it for you.
3: Decide that it isn't worth doing and strike it off your to-do list.
— from The Lazy Person's Guide to Success

When you are doing something difficult, tedious, or extremely time-consuming, ask yourself what would happen if you didn't do it. If the answer is nothing, or next to nothing, stop doing it.
— from The Lazy Person's Guide to Success

Don't' overdo things that shouldn't be done in the first place.
— Unknown Wise Person

Doing a thing well is often a waste of time.
— Robert Byrne

If you can't keep up, drag them down to your level.
— Laurence J. Peter

If there's a harder way of doing something, someone will find it.
— Ralph E. Ross

When the going gets tough, the smart get lost.
— Robert Byrne

One of the best ways of avoiding necessary and even urgent tasks is to seem busily employed on things that are already done.
— John Kennett Galbraith

Men are disturbed not by things that happen, but by their opinion of the things that happen.
— Epictetus

There is no more futile punishment than futile and hopeless labor.
— Albert Camus

The rich don't work for money
— Robert T. Kiyosaki

I grew up in New England. I think I was brought up with the Puritan ethic: that if you worked really hard in life, then good would come to you. The harder you work, the luckier you get. I've come to believe that it's the smarter you work, the better.
— Ken Blanchard

It's a good rule to follow the first law of holes: if you are in one, stop digging.
— Denis Healey

It is always with the best intentions that the worst work is done.
— Oscar Wilde

The less of routine, the more of life.
— A. B. Alcott

My philosophy is that anything worth doing is too hard.
— Wally in Dilbert Cartoon

Something in human nature causes us to start slacking off at our moment of greatest accomplishment. As you become successful, you will need a great deal of self-discipline not to lose your sense of balance, humility, and commitment.
— Ross Perot

There is nothing brilliant nor outstanding in my record, except perhaps this one thing: I do the things that I believe ought to be done .... And when I make up my mind to do a thing, I act.
— Theodore Roosevelt

So many worlds, so much to do,
So little done, such things to be.
— Lord Tennyson

If it's never your fault, you can't take responsibility for it. If you can't take responsibility for it, you'll always be its victim.
— Richard Bach, Illusions

There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want.
— Bill Watterson

Remember that nothing matters very much, and few things matter at all.
— Arthur Balfour

The more you think, the more time you have.
— Henry Ford

The fishing is best where the fewest go, and the collective insecurity of the world makes it easy for people to hit home runs while everyone is aiming for base hits.
— Timothy Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek 

Having served on various committees, I have drawn up a list of rules: Never arrive on time; this stamps you as a beginner. Don't say anything until the meeting is half over; this stamps you as wise. Be as vague as possible; this avoids irritating the others. When in doubt, suggest a subcommittee be appointed. Be the first to move for adjournment; this will make you popular; it's what e eryone is waiting for.
— Harry Chapman

Management by objectives works if you know the objectives. Ninety percent of the time you don't.
— Peter Drucker

A debator becomes impotent if he has not one with whom to debate.
— Robert J. Ringer

I know of nothing more despicable and pathetic than a man who devotes all the hours of the waking day to the making of money for money's sake.
— John D. Rockefeller

To attempt too many things at once is to end up completing none.
Instead of putting mediocre effort into a lot of things, place excellent effort into a few significant ones.
One important project carried to home plate will always feel much more satisfying than three projects remaining on first, second, and
— from Life's Secret Handbook

Work as Hard as You Have to for a Comfortable Living — and as Little as You Can Get Away With
— from Life's Secret Handbook

You can't earn more time, no matter how hard you work.
And you can't buy it, no matter how much money you have.
So spend it wisely, much more so than money.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

A day is a span of time no one is wealthy enough to waste.
— Unknown Wise Person

I were better to be eaten to death with a rust than to be scoured
to nothing with perpetual motion.
— William Shakespeare

Well-arranged time is the surest mark of a well-arranged mind.
— Sir Isaac Pitman

It is the superfluous things for which men sweat.
— Seneca

What I do, I do very well, and what I don't do well, I don't do at all.
— Unknown Wise Person

Success means only doing what you do well, letting someone else do the rest.
— Goldstein S. Truism

Perfection is an elusive butterfly. When we cease to demand perfection, the business of being happy becomes much easier.
— Helen Keller

It is vain to do with more what can be done with less.
— William of Occam

Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the scenery you miss by going too fast — you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.
— Eddie Cantor

Most people complicate their lives more than they care to admit.
Keep in mind that all it takes is a muddlehead to make the simple
complicated. It takes a genius to make the complicated simple, however.
The choice is yours:
Muddlehead or genius?
— from Life's Secret Handbook

We struggle with the complexities and avoid the simplicities.
— Norman Vincent Peale

There is no greatness where there is not simplicity.
— Leo Tolstoy

More than enough is too much.
— Unknown Wise Person

Nothing is enough to the man for whom enough is too little.
— Epicurus

A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford
to let alone.
v Thoreau 

Identify the important.
Also identify the unimportant.
Then filter out the unimportant.
And concentrate on the important.
You are now on your way to all the success you need in life.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

If your mind isn't clouded by unnecessary things, this is the best
season of your life.
— Wu-Men

The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that
the necessary may speak.
— Hans Hofmann

People waste more time waiting for someone to take charge of their lives than they do in any other pursuit.
— Gloria Steinem

Time is what we want most, but …. what we use worst.
— William Penn

The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.
— Laurence J. Peter

I cannot afford to waste my time making money.
— Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz (nineteenth-century Swiss naturalist when asked to give a lecture for a large fee)

The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed.
— Sebastian Roch Nicolas Chamfort

If you burn the candle at both ends, you are not as bright as you think.
— Unknown wise person

Nothing matters very much, and few things matter at all.
— Earl Balfour

Do what's right, the right way, at the right time.
— Arnold Glasow

It's easier to stay out of trouble than get out of trouble.
— Unknown wise person

Refuse to be intimidated by the adage, "Anything worth doing is worth doing well."
This is one of the most ridiculous statements ever made.
The truth is, most things worth doing aren't worth your best efforts.
There are just a few really important things that are worth doing well.
After that, a greater number of things are worth doing adequately.
Even more things are worth doing in the most haphazard fashion possible just to get by.
Of course, most things aren't worth doing at all, best left for the misfits of this world to pursue.
— from Life's Secret Handbook

Always take an emergency leisurely.
— Chinese proverb

Never learn to do anything: if you don't learn, you'll always find
someone else to do it for you.
— Mark Twain

What I do, I do very well, and what I don't do well, I don't do at all.
— Unknown wise person

It is not worth while to go round the world to count the cats in Zanzibar.
— Henry David Thoreau

Make good use of bad rubbish.
— Elizabeth Beresford

Never trouble another for what you can do yourself.
— Thomas Jefferson

If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.
— G. K. Chesterton

The really efficient laborer will be found not to crowd his day with work, but will saunter to his task surrounded by a wide halo of ease and leisure.
— Henry David Thoreau

The time to relax is when you don't have time for it.
— Sydney J. Harris

It was Einstein who made the real trouble. He announced in 1905 that there was no such thing as absolute rest. After that there never was.
— Stephen Leacock

The quickest way to finish a project is not to do it at all.
— Robert J. Ringer

One of the saddest things is that the only thing that a man can do
for eight hours a day, day after day, is work. You can't eat eight
hours a day nor drink for eight hours a day nor make love for eight
hours — all you can do for eight hours is work. Which is the reason
why man makes himself and everybody else so miserable and unhappy.
— William Faulkner

Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business, is only to be
sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things.
— Robert Louis Stevenson

The less effort, the faster and more powerful you will be.
— Bruce Lee

People who know how to employ themselves, always find leisure moments, while those who do nothing are forever in a hurry.
— Jeanne-Marie Roland

Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to gain leisure.
— Benjamin Franklin

One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and, if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Drive thy business, or it will drive thee.
— Benjamin Franklin

It is paradoxical but nonetheless true that the nearer man comes to his goal to make his life easy and abundant, the more he undermines the foundations of a meaningful existence.
— Franz Alexander

Success is important only to the extent that it puts one in a position to do more things one likes to do.
— Sarah Caldwell

If you are losing your leisure, look out! You are losing your soul.
— Logan Pearsall Smith

Always do one thing less than you think you can do.
— Bernard Baruch

It was such a lovely day I thought it was a pity to get up.
— Somerset Maugham

A lazy person gives the workaholic something worthwhile to do and
someone to feel happily superior to.
— Julia Swiggum

Instead of expending time to train yourself not to be afraid of snakes, avoid them altogether.
— Richard Koch

If you want a faster or easier way to do something, give it to a lazy person.
— Unknown wise person

I am the laziest man in the world. I invented all those things to save myself from toil.
— Benjamin Franklin

The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at once.
— Samuel Smiles

Think of many things to do — do one.
— Portuguese proverb

One principle reason why men are so often useless is that they divide and shift their attention among a multiplicity of objects and pursuits.
— G. Emmons

Understand the difference between being at work and working.
— Unknown wise person

After all is said and done, more is said than done.
— Unknown wise person

You cannot mandate productivity, you must provide the tools to let people become their best.
— Steve Jobs

Do every act of your life as if it were your last.
— Marcus Aurelius

Don't interfere with something that ain't bothering you.
— Unknown wise person

The biggest trouble maker you will ever meet watches you shave or put makeup on your face in the mirror every morning.
— Unknown wise person

Almost anything is easier to get into than to get out of.
— Agnes Allen

No one can solve problems for someone whose problem is that they don't want problems solved.
 — Richard Bach

To do nothing is also a good remedy.
— Hippocrates

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Daily Quote:

The law of floatation was not discovered by contemplating the sinking of things.
— Thomas Troward


Second Quote of the Day

Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.
— Norman Vincent Peale   











Third Quote of the Day:

The most powerful force
in the Universe that can shatter
dreams is the dreamer.
— from Life's Secret Handbook" by Ernie J.Zelinsk