Quote from Steve Pavlina:
Pour the bulk of your time into action, not deciding. The state of indecision is a major time waster. Don't spend more than 60 seconds in that state if you can avoid it. Make a firm, immediate decision, and move from uncertainty to certainty to action. Let the world tell you when you're wrong, and you'll soon build enough experience to make accurate, intelligent decisions.
I teach you the Overman. Man is something that shall be overcome. What have you done to overcome him? … The time has come for man to set himself a goal. The time has come to plant the seed to his highest hope.
To realize your true nature, you must wait for the right moment and the right conditions. When the time comes, you are awakened as if from a dream. You understand that what you have found is your own and doesn't come from anywhere outside.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. But the second best time is today.
I get up every morning determined both to change the world and to have one hell of a good time. Sometimes, this makes planning the day difficult.
There is only one time that is important—NOW!! It is the most important time because it is the only time that we have any power.
The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in a time of moral crisis, reserve their neutrality.
Every time you wink the stars move.
Just a few words on time management: forget all about it.
Faith—not a faith in one’s self or in one’s own powers but faith in principle; in the Something Great which upholds right, and which may be relied upon to give us the victory in due time. Without this faith it is not possible for any one to rise to real greatness.
To travel like a bird, lightly to view | Deserts where stone gods founder in the sand, | Ocean embraced in a white sleep with land; | To escape time, always to start anew… | Hooded by a dark sense of destination… | Travelers, we're fabric of the road we go; We settle, but like feathers on time's flow.
We live in deeds, not years; In thoughts not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs...