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Manage quotes by Wendy Mogel
#1. Real protection means teaching children to manage risks on their own, not shielding them from every hazard. #Quote by Wendy Mogel
Manage quotes by A.E. Samaan
#2. The term "totalitarian" was derived from Adolf Hitler's "Total State", which was a "craddle to grave" solution that sought to micro-manage all aspects of humanity. #Quote by A.E. Samaan
Manage quotes by William Shakespeare
#3. Hope is a lover's staff; walk hence with that
And manage it against despairing thoughts. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Manage quotes by Nicholas Beichley
#4. I don't really know you much at all, but you manage to slip your way into my dreams. I don't know how you do it, but I know one things for sure, I want to get to know you more. #Quote by Nicholas Beichley
Manage quotes by Suzanne Collins
#5. How much better my life has been for knowing him. For loving him, even if it's only in the limited way that I can manage.
But I never get the chance. #Quote by Suzanne Collins
Manage quotes by Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
#6. Psychologists usually try to help people use insight and understanding to manage their behavior. However, neuroscience research shows that very few psychological problems are the result of defects in understanding; most originate in pressures from deeper regions in the brain that drive our perception and attention. When the alarm bell of the emotional brain keeps signaling that you are in danger, no amount of insight will silence it. #Quote by Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
Manage quotes by Witold Gombrowicz
#7. The individual is a nut so impossible to crack that no theoretic tooth will be able to manage it. And so nothing will be able to justify your defeat, bumblers! #Quote by Witold Gombrowicz
Manage quotes by Nicolas Cage
#8. The best characters are the ones that somehow manage to be both attractive and repulsive at the same time. If you do that, you're at the center of the universe - if you can find characters who are more ambiguous and can raise more questions than answers. #Quote by Nicolas Cage
Manage quotes by Alex Gerlis
#9. Don't worry. It is not a crime to love the wrong person. Most people manage it at least once in their lives. #Quote by Alex Gerlis
Manage quotes by Norton Juster
#10. Infinity is a dreadfully poor place. They can never manage to make ends meet. #Quote by Norton Juster
Manage quotes by J.K. Rowling
#11. Let muggles manage without us! #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Manage quotes by Calvin Coolidge
#12. It is very difficult to reconcile the American ideal of a sovereign people capable of owning and managing their own government with an inability to own and manage their own business. #Quote by Calvin Coolidge
Manage quotes by Roberto Bolano
#13. The diseased, anyway, are more interesting than the healthy. The words of the diseased, even those who can manage only a murmur, carry more weight than those of the healthy. Then, too, all healthy people will in the future know disease. That sense of time, ah, the diseased man's sense of time, what treasure hidden in a desert cave. Then, too the diseased truly bite, whereas the healthy pretend to bite but really only snap at the air. Then, too, then, too, then, too. #Quote by Roberto Bolano
Manage quotes by Peter Senge
#14. A well-managed business will have a high return on invested capital. But that's a consequence. It's not a way to manage a business. #Quote by Peter Senge
Manage quotes by William Shakespeare
#15. Put on what weary negligence you please,
You and your fellows; I'll have it come to question:
If he dislike it, let him to our sister,
Whose mind and mine, I know, in that are one,
Not to be over-ruled. Idle old man,
That still would manage those authorities
That he hath given away! Now, by my life,
Old fools are babes again; and must be used
With cheques as flatteries,
when they are seen abused.
Remember what I tell you. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Manage quotes by Sylvia Day
#16. You can't manage me, Lindsay. I'm more than happy to be the recipient of your persuasive skills, but not if you'll be pissed off when it doesn't get you what you want. #Quote by Sylvia Day
Manage quotes by Alan W. Watts
#17. For there is a growing apprehension that existence is a rat-race in a trap: living organisms, including people,are merely tubes which put things in at one end and let them out at the other, which both keeps them doing it and in the long run wears them out. So to keep the farce going, the tubes find ways of making new
tubes, which also put things in at one end and let them out at the other. At the input end they even develop ganglia of nerves called brains, with eyes and ears, so that they can more easily scrounge around for things to swallow. As and when they get enough to eat, they use up their surplus energy by wiggling in complicated patterns, making all sorts of noises by blowing air in and out of the input hole, and gathering together in groups to fight with other groups. In time, the tubes grow such an
abundance of attached appliances that they are hardly recognizable as mere tubes, and they manage to do this in a staggering variety of forms. There is a vague rule not to eat tubes of your own form, but in general there is serious competition as to who is going to be the top type of tube. All this seems marvelously futile, and yet, when you begin to think about it, it begins to be more marvelous than futile. Indeed, it seems extremely odd. #Quote by Alan W. Watts
Manage quotes by Mansur Hasib
#18. If you lead, you will not need to manage. #Quote by Mansur Hasib
Manage quotes by Elie Wiesel
#19. I tried to put on a smile but, being too cold, I could only manage a grin. That's one reason why I don't like winter: smiles become abstract. #Quote by Elie Wiesel
Manage quotes by Ann Aguirre
#20. First slow dance, you get out there and ask her. Promise?"
Max knocked back his shot. "Fine, I can probably manage that."
I chugged my water as another good song came on. So I grabbed his hand. "Don't be self-conscious. I'm going to teach you some move. Nothing fancy."
He watched me for a few seconds than shook his head. "My pelvis only moves that way under one circumstance. This isn't it. #Quote by Ann Aguirre
Manage quotes by PseudonymousEntity
#21. Riddle raised a dark brow. "A muggle reference?"

"My father is obsessed." [said Ron Weasley.]

"With muggles or their things?"

"Muggles. What they do and how they manage it and how they react to different obstacles. He thinks they're fascinating."

"Ah. Like a scientist might think an ant colony is very interesting to study."


"Your father," said Riddle, "is far creepier than I. #Quote by PseudonymousEntity
Manage quotes by T. Harv Eker
#22. The single biggest difference between financial success and financial failure is how well you manage your money. It's simple: to master money, you must manage money. #Quote by T. Harv Eker
Manage quotes by Daniel Goleman
#23. When I say manage emotions, I only mean the really distressing, incapacitating emotions. Feeling emotions is what makes life rich. You need your passions. #Quote by Daniel Goleman
Manage quotes by Tabitha Suzuma
#24. Did you think I – I would be able to carry on, without you?" I sob, my voice muffled against his shoulder. "Did you think I'd manage to get through this thing called life without you by my side?"

"I thought you'd be better off without me – I didn't think, I couldn't think…" We are both sobbing now.

"Who else would run out on their own birthday party, force me barefoot down the fire escape, bring me fruit salad in bed, complain that I'm humming a pop song in the wrong key?" I am laughing and crying at once. "Who else would force me to dance in front of a complete stranger, learn to play the guitar overnight and accompany me when I sing?" I sniff hard and punch him on the shoulder. "How could I possibly live without you, you stupid, stupid idiot? #Quote by Tabitha Suzuma
Manage quotes by J.K. Rowling
#25. Your aunt and uncle will be proud, though, won't they?" said Hermione as they got off the train and joined the crowd thronging toward the enchanted barrier. "When they hear what you did this year?"
"Proud?" said Harry. "Are you crazy? All those times I could've died, and I didn't manage it? They'll be furious ... #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Manage quotes by Kerri Walsh
#26. Every time I've gone to Brazil I've gotten sick upon return. You know, it's just a different situation there. And I take every precaution - eating cooked foods and staying away from tap water, brushing my teeth with bottled water - and yet I still manage to get sick. So I'm just going to stay on point, bring my probiotics. #Quote by Kerri Walsh
Manage quotes by Jim Hightower
#27. Liberals want to manage the damage with government programs to take care of those who have fallen between the cracks. Populists want to fix the cracks so that people don't fall in the first place. #Quote by Jim Hightower
Manage quotes by James A. Baldwin
#28. Women manage, quite brilliantly, on the whole, and to stunning and unforeseeable effect, to survive and surmount being defined by others. They dismiss the definition, however dangerous or wounding it may be
or even, sometimes, find a way to utilize it. #Quote by James A. Baldwin
Manage quotes by Amish Tripathi
#29. Running away is never the solution. Confront your problems. Manage them. That is the way of the warrior. #Quote by Amish Tripathi
Manage quotes by Helen Rowland
#30. Don't waste time trying to break a man's heart; be satisfied if you can just manage to chip it in a brand new place. #Quote by Helen Rowland
Manage quotes by Pierre Coffin
#31. There are great comic books, these great geniuses that manage to tell you a story in one frame, and that became the thing that opened my eyes. #Quote by Pierre Coffin
Manage quotes by Anne Lamott
#32. Everyone is flailing through this life without an owner's manual, with whatever modicum of grace and good humor we can manage. #Quote by Anne Lamott
Manage quotes by Patricia Briggs
#33. Samuel had raised his eyebrows and said, "Do you really want us to kill each other? Adam is the Alpha - and I'm a stronger dominant than he is. Now we've both lived long enough to control ourselves up to a point. But, if we're living together, sooner or later, we'd be at each other's throat."
"Adam's house is only a hundred yards from mine," I told him dryly. Samuel would have been right about any other wolf, but Samuel made his own rules. If he wanted to live in peace with Adam, he could manage it.
"Please." His tone was as far from pleading as it was possible to get.
"No," I told him.
There was another, longer pause.
"So how are you going to explain to your neighbors that there is a strange man sleeping on your front porch?"
He'd have done it, too - so I let him move in. #Quote by Patricia Briggs
Manage quotes by Peter Drucker
#34. In a few hundred years, when the history of our time will be written from a long-term perspective, it is likely that the most important event historians will see is not technology, not the Internet, not e-commerce. It is an unprecedented change in the human condition. For the first time - literally - substantial and rapidly growing numbers of people have choices. For the first time, they will have to manage themselves. And society is totally unprepared for it. #Quote by Peter Drucker
Manage quotes by Kevin Bleyer
#35. Am I the only one who can't seem to reconcile the grand canyon of cognitive dissonance I feel when people with much more important jobs than I have manage to score much lengthier times off? #Quote by Kevin Bleyer
Manage quotes by Kenneth Kaye
#36. If we manage conflict constructively, we harness its energy for creativity and development. #Quote by Kenneth Kaye
Manage quotes by Petter Stordalen
#37. I want to see a capitalism that manages resources in a new, much more long-term manner. #Quote by Petter Stordalen
Manage quotes by Ken O'Neill
#38. Have you noticed how Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen look nothing alike, and yet they both manage to look exactly like their father, Martin? #Quote by Ken O'Neill
Manage quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#39. You have to discover how best you can manage your time to carry out your work effectively #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Manage quotes by Susan Fanetti
#40. Hey, buddy. I'm your ride, not your bitch. If you can't manage, there's carts over
there. Van's right out front. I'll meet you out there. #Quote by Susan Fanetti
Manage quotes by Eduardo Paes
#41. In Rio we built a Center of Operations, a situation room that gathers information from municipal departments and allows us to manage and help decision-making. I can check the weather, the traffic and the location of city's waste collection trucks. Each of 4,000 buses in the city has a camera connected to the situation room. #Quote by Eduardo Paes
Manage quotes by Debra Holland
#42. With the way Bertha can cook and her good-natured personality, she'll be married in no time. We'll see to it!" She cast a speculative glance around. "Why I see ten available men within a hundred feet of us. ... Bertha will manage just fine…" I hope. #Quote by Debra Holland
Manage quotes by Giorgio Bassani
#43. Even in a city as small as Ferrara, you can manage, if you like, to disappear for years and years, one from another, living side by side like the dead #Quote by Giorgio Bassani
Manage quotes by Paul Neilan
#44. And everyone drank too much coffee too, at the wrong times and for the wrong reasons. They drank it when they came in every morning to get going, and then again in the afternoon to keep going. They ran on caffeine fumes all day and never fucking got anywhere. Then they went home spent and empty and crashed in front of the TV every night and slept away the few hours they had for themselves. All these motherfuckers are always talking about the best ways to manage your time. The fact is any time spent at work not sleeping in the bathroom is wasted time, and it's hard to sleep when you're pumped full of caffeine. Everyone's awake for the wrong part of their lives. And by the weekend they're too exhausted from all the frantic, useless activity to even care, and it's only fucking two days off anyway. Nobody has the time or the energy to do what they really want, or to even figure out what that is. #Quote by Paul Neilan
Manage quotes by Andrew Solomon
#45. There is no life that does not have the material for despair in it, but some people go too close to the edge and others manage to stay sometimes sad in a safe clearing far from the cliffs. Once you cross over, the rules all change. #Quote by Andrew Solomon
Manage quotes by David Levithan
#46. I'm not good at relationships
I always manage to find the flaws
sometimes in others
but mostly my own.
I foretell the ending
then go and create the cause
save myself
and end up alone #Quote by David Levithan
Manage quotes by Janusz Kaminski
#47. It would be horrible to be micro-managed! I don't think directors can really micro-manage people. It's just impossible. #Quote by Janusz Kaminski
Manage quotes by George Friedman
#48. While you and I are allowed the luxury of our pain, president isn't. A president must take into account how his citizens feel and he must manage them and lead them, but he must not succumb to personal feelings. His job is to maintain a ruthless sense of proportion while keeping the coldness of his calculation to himself. #Quote by George Friedman
Manage quotes by Alexandra Styron
#49. Still, I believed I understood. Or maybe I just put it in a context I could safely manage. #Quote by Alexandra Styron
Manage quotes by Alex Kotlowitz
#50. . . .you can't talk about death without celebrating life. How amid the devastation, many still manage to stay erect in a world that's slumping around them. How despite the bloodshed, some manage, heroically, not only to push on but also to push back. How in death there is love. #Quote by Alex Kotlowitz
Manage quotes by Eric Cantona
#51. I manage a team, for beach soccer. I'm the coach. Player, coach. #Quote by Eric Cantona
Manage quotes by W.Chan Kim
#52. senior managers' goal here should be to manage their portfolio of businesses to wisely balance between profitable growth and cash flow at a given point in time. #Quote by W.Chan Kim
Manage quotes by Andrei Tarkovsky
Manage quotes by Terry Pratchett
#54. And that had led to all the trouble with How to Dynamically Manage People for Dynamic Results in a Caring Empowering Way in Quite a Short Time Dynamically. Ponder didn't know when this book would be written, or even in which world it might be published, but it was obviously going to be popular because random trawls in the depths of L-space often turned up fragments. Perhaps it wasn't even just one book.

And the fragments had been on Ponder's desk when Ridcully had been poking around.

Unfortunately, like many people who are instinctively bad at something, the Archchancellor prided himself on how good at it he was. Ridcully was to management what King Herod was to the Bethlehem Playgroup Association.

His mental approach to it could be visualized as a sort of business flowchart with, at the top, a circle entitled "Me, who does the telling" and, connected below it by a line, a large circle entitled "Everyone else."

Until now this had worked quite well, because, although Ridcully was an impossible manager, the University was impossible to manage and so everything worked seamlessly.

And it would have continued to do so if he hadn't suddenly started to see the point in preparing career development packages and, worst of all, job descriptions. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Manage quotes by Dianna Hardy
#55. I love your independence, I love that you don't swoon, I love that you'll fight me with your last breath if you think I'm wrong, and if I ever have to catch you, I swear I'll make sure you're standing on your feet as quickly as you can manage it. #Quote by Dianna Hardy
Manage quotes by Walter Smith
#56. Dying is no big deal. The least of us will manage that. Living is the trick. #Quote by Walter Smith
Manage quotes by Tanya Ward Jordan
#57. Any Federal official, who engages in employment discrimination, lacks the moral integrity to evenhandedly enforce our Nation's laws or manage Federal programs. #Quote by Tanya Ward Jordan
Manage quotes by Saadi
#58. Use a sweet tongue, courtesy, and gentleness, and thou mayest manage to guide an elephant by a hair. #Quote by Saadi
Manage quotes by Paula McLain
#59. Ben isn't hard to manage, but Blix's wife, Karen, likes the title too much to part with it. He's made her a baroness." She sighed. "The whole thing has got rather baroque. Karen and I are friends, or were, in any case. Blix asked her for a divorce and told her he was in love with me, probably thinking it would soften the blow." She shook her head. "Now she won't speak to me. #Quote by Paula McLain
Manage quotes by Michael Gurian
#60. Teacher cannot solve or heal all student stress. The teacher can be vigilant in trying to guide the child toward solutions;but the teacher's job in relation to this stress is ultimately to help the child learn to manage his or her own stress wisely. In accomplishing this, the teacher mentors higher academic learning by removing distracting stress, and teaches valuable life-survival skills. #Quote by Michael Gurian
Manage quotes by Andrea Dworkin
#61. Female knowledge of objectification usually stops at a necessary but superficial understanding: beauty is rewarded and lack of beauty is punished. The punishments are understood as personal misfortune; they are not seem as systematic, institutional, or historical. Women do not understand that they are also punished through sexual use for being beautiful; and women do not understand the lengths to which men go to protect themselves and their society from contamination by ugly women who do not induce a lustful desire to punish, violate, or destroy, though men manage to punish, violate, or destroy these women anyway. #Quote by Andrea Dworkin
Manage quotes by Olivier Martinez
#62. An actor cannot say no, it's against his job. If he wants the part he has to say yes. [But] it's very bad for you to say you can do something and then not do it, so you have to manage to do it. #Quote by Olivier Martinez
Manage quotes by Adrian Wooldridge
#63. Peter Drucker once noted that "no institution can possibly survive if it needs geniuses or supermen to manage it. It must be organized in such a way as to be able to get along under the leadership of perfectly normal human beings." Warren Buffet made the same point more pithily: "I only invest in companies which any fool can run, because some day some fool will run it. #Quote by Adrian Wooldridge
Manage quotes by Deepika Padukone
#64. I wish to be appreciated not only as a film star but also for the person I am. If I manage to bring a smile on people's faces, then I think I'll be successful. #Quote by Deepika Padukone
Manage quotes by Sarah J. Maas
#65. Thundering hooves beat the frozen ground, faster and faster as the rider whipped the horse. Snow and mud lay thick on the earth, and rogue snowflakes drifted through the night sky.
Celaena ran - swifter than her young legs could manage. Everything hurt, Trees ripped at her dress and hair; stones sliced her feet. She scrambled through the woods, breathing so hard she couldn't muster the air to cry for help. She must reach the bridge. It couldn't cross the bridge.
Behind her, a sword shrieked as it was drawn from its sheath.
She fell, slamming into mud and rock. The sound of the approaching demon filled the air as she struggled to rise. But the mud held fast, and she could not run.
Reaching for a bush, her small hands bleeding, the horse now close behind, she - #Quote by Sarah J. Maas
Manage quotes by John Newton
#66. We can easily manage if we will only take, each day, the burden appointed to it. But the load will be too heavy for us if we carry yesterday's burden over again today, and then add the burden of the morrow before we are required to bear it. #Quote by John Newton
Manage quotes by Tom Wolfe
#67. [Aldous Huxley] compared the brain to a 'reducing valve'. In ordinary perception, the senses send an overwhelming flood of information to the brain, which the brain then filters down to a trickle it can manage for the purpose of survival in a highly competitive world. Man has become so rational, so utilitarian, that the trickle becomes most pale and thin. It is efficient, for mere survival, but it screens out the most wondrous part of man's potential experience without his even knowing it. We're shut off from our own world. #Quote by Tom Wolfe
Manage quotes by Norman Rockwell
#68. I'm still about as pigeon-toed as you can get. But I learned to manage pretty well on a bike. Should have had a bicycle then, when I was a kid, but our family didn't have the money for such luxuries. I saved up to buy one myself a few years later. #Quote by Norman Rockwell
Manage quotes by Meghan MacLean Weir
#69. No one said this out loud, though. Instead his girlfriend stood between the dead guy's parents and cried as if she really was heartbroken. And maybe she was. Who knows? People are funny that way. They remember only what they want to and manage to forget the rest. #Quote by Meghan MacLean Weir
Manage quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#70. At dawn, after a summary court martial, Arcadio was shot against the wall of the cemetery. In the last two hours of his life he did not manage to understand why the fear that had tormented him since childhood had disappeared. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Manage quotes by Mercedes Lackey
#71. He held out the bottle. Clarice's hand was steady as she took it from him. It is poison, she thought distantly. It will kill her. She tried to be horrified at the thought, but she couldn't manage it. #Quote by Mercedes Lackey
Manage quotes by John Wray
#72. Only a blind man could have lived through these last years without seeing what was bearing down upon us; so I made myself blind as I could manage. I wanted to believe the worst was behind me, and I found an easy way to make it so. I simply turned my back on what was coming. #Quote by John Wray
Manage quotes by Nicholas Hoult
#73. I manage to live pretty normally. #Quote by Nicholas Hoult
Manage quotes by John Naughton
#74. Computer programmers tend, by and large, to be quirky and highly individualistic. Trying to organize or manage such awkward characters is normally as thankless as herding cats #Quote by John Naughton
Manage quotes by Sonia Choquette
#75. We tend to manage our lives intellectually - in other words, we get stuck in our heads, keeping ourselves preoccupied with juggling an assortment of activities and responsibilities in order to manage the surface of life. Meanwhile, underneath we feel empty, hungry for meaning, restless, somewhat lost, and frequently ungrounded - as if we aren't really inhabiting our own bodies. This is why we keep ourselves so busy. It's one way to distract ourselves, at least temporarily, from experiencing the low-grade inner anxiety that haunts us. Change #Quote by Sonia Choquette
Manage quotes by Belle Aurora
#76. We've been chatting about our men and wedding stuff. Terah says, "God, sometimes I look at Jon and think 'how the Hell did I manage to get you?' We're so lucky."
Mom adds, "They are very handsome."
Terah and I scoff. Shaking my head, I say, "Handsome is something. And Nox is handsome most times. But, by God, he is hot. Hotter than Hell, Mom. I never thought I could love someone so much. I can hardly keep my hands off him."
Mom chastises on a gasp, "Lily! That's inappropriate! You're a lady and ladies do not speak that way."
Terah chuckles, "Screw being a lady. I love my special cuddle time with Jon."
Mom covers her ears, but barks out an embarrassed laugh, "I cannot hear this! You girls can clean the rest up while I powder my nose."
Terah and I chuckle, watching her leave. #Quote by Belle Aurora
Manage quotes by Jim Highsmith
#77. a good set of questions to determine whether a project leader - or even an individual contributor - has an agile mindset might be, "In what specific ways and with what practices do you focus on value first and constraints last?" "In what specific ways and with what practices do you manage teams rather than tasks?" "In what specific ways and with what practices do you adapt to change rather than conform to plans?" Try these out in your organization to get a feel for your agile maturity. #Quote by Jim Highsmith
Manage quotes by Stephen Covey
#78. Time management is a misnomer, the challenge is to manage ourselves. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Manage quotes by Mike Carey
#79. Those heart-hammering nightmares that start to lose coherence even as you're waking up from them, but that still manage to leave their moldering fingerprints all across your day. #Quote by Mike Carey
Manage quotes by Peter Guber
#80. In any situation that calls for you to persuade, convince or manage someone or a group of people to do something, the ability to tell a purposeful story will be your secret sauce. Telling to win through purposeful stories is situation, industry, gender, demographic, and psychographic-agnostic. It's an all-purpose, everyone wins tool. #Quote by Peter Guber
Manage quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#81. There are diverse styles of learning, problem solving, and a range of methodologies that a person can draw from in order to structure their thoughts or intentionally revise ingrained personal habits including both systematic and unsystematic approaches. Problems solving styles are reflective of personal differences in the manner that people prefer to position themselves in respect to the phenomena in the world and efficiently react to alterations in the external environment. Problem solving strategies encompass numerous variances in what manner a person approaches new concepts, how they manage their daily affairs, and respond effectively to new opportunities and complex challenges. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Manage quotes by Joseph E. Stiglitz
#82. The same is true for the market economy: the power of markets is enormous, but they have no inherent moral character. We have to decide how to manage them ... For all these reasons, it is plain that markets must be tamed and tempered to make sure they work to the benefit of most citizens. And that has to be done repeatedly, to ensure that they continue to do so. #Quote by Joseph E. Stiglitz
Manage quotes by Kate Milford
#83. Everyone know - or at least, was probably told as a child - that you can make a wish on a shooting star. Not everyone knows that the only way to be sure it will come ture is to speak it aloud before the star disappears, and this is a nearly imposssible fet to manage. #Quote by Kate Milford
Manage quotes by Rajesh Walecha
#84. Those who marry before love "Manage Love" and those who love before marriage ,"Manage Marriage". #Quote by Rajesh Walecha
Manage quotes by Jeaniene Frost
#85. Which act would you prefer for tonight?"
His questions broke through my musings. I was all too glad for the interruption. "What do you mean?"
He shrugged. "There's the new lovers act, the friends-who-fuck act, the swingers act, the gold-digger and sugar-daddy act, the fighting couple act - "
"What about a platonic friendship act?" I interrupted.
He looked at me as if I'd finally spoken a language he couldn't understand. "Is that a joke?"


"Then come." Ian extended his arm with a hint of a grin. "I've decided our act tonight will be the fighting couple. Shouldn't present too much of a challenge, should it?"
I felt a wry smile tug at my mouth. "I think we'll manage. #Quote by Jeaniene Frost
Manage quotes by Daya Kudari
#86. To love is a natural instinct. To be loved is "something". To be loved like crazy, like their life depends on you is a once-in-a-lifetime feeling. How many of us can keep their right hand on their heart and say that they have actually experienced something like that? Not many, I guess. Because you know what, once-in-a-lifetime moments, well, come once in a lifetime. You either have to extremely, enormously and tremendously lucky or have to manage to fascinate a poet or a painter or someone really very naïve or mentally unsound. #Quote by Daya Kudari
Manage quotes by Jean Rhys
#87. But why do you want to talk to me?'
He is going to say: 'Because you look so kind,' or 'Because you look so beautiful and kind,' or, subtly, 'Because you look as if you'll understand ... '
He says: 'Because I think you won't betray me.'
I had meant to get this mean to talk to me and tell me all about it, and then be so devastatingly English that perhaps I should manage to hurt him a little in return for all the many times I've been hurt ... 'Because I think you won't betray me, because I think you won't betray me ... ' Now it won't be so easy. #Quote by Jean Rhys
Manage quotes by Brad Delp
#88. I think Stevie Wonder could sing the phone book and manage to make me cry. #Quote by Brad Delp
Manage quotes by Daniel Goleman
#89. But there is virtually no relationship between being an expert and being seen as someone people can trust with their secrets, doubts, and vulnerabilities. A petty office tyrant or micromanager may be high on expertise, but will be so low on trust that it will undermine their ability to manage, and effectively exclude them from informal networks. #Quote by Daniel Goleman
Manage quotes by Antoine Laurain
#90. That was exactly what Tabucchi was suggesting with his title ("La Nostalgie du Possible") --that we can pass right by something very important: love, a job, moving to another city or another country. Or another life. 'Pass by' and at the same time be 'so close' that sometimes, while in that state of melancholy that is akin to hypnosis, we can, in spite of everything, manage to grab little fragments of what might have been. Like catching snatches of a far-off radio frequency. The message is obscure, yet by listening carefully you can still catch snippets of the soundtrack of the life that never was. You hear sentences that were never actually said, you hear footsteps echoing in places you've never been to, you can make out the surf on a beach whose sand you have never touched. You hear the laughter and loving words of a woman though nothing ever happened between you. The idea of an affiar with her had crossed your mind. Perhaps she would have liked that --probably, in fact-- but nothing every happened. For some unknown reason, we never gave in to the exquisite vertigo that you feel when you move those few centimeters towards the face of the other for the first kiss. #Quote by Antoine Laurain
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#91. I grimaced. Only I could manage to cut myself with a knife on the same arm that was wielding it. #Quote by Douglas Hulick
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#92. I don't have a lot of time for managing [my businesses], so I put a lot of trust in people I hire to manage my businesses. I can't necessarily attend to [the businesses] while I'm in season. We swap ideas on how we can improve and deliver a better product. #Quote by Kamerion Wimbley
Manage quotes by Rene Dubos
#93. The belief that we can manage the Earth and improve on Nature is probably the ultimate expression of human conceit, but it has deep roots in the past and is almost universal. #Quote by Rene Dubos
Manage quotes by Michel Martelly
#94. International donors, our friends, should demand results; impose results. The fact of giving money is not helping if you give money to honest people and there is no structure to manage that money. It is not helping. #Quote by Michel Martelly
Manage quotes by Tony Robbins
#95. The one thing you can do for others is the manage your own life. And do it with conviction. #Quote by Tony Robbins
Manage quotes by Kiera Cass
#96. I looked at him and the other two people whose names I'd just learned. "So . . . so this is home then?"
Akinli looked at me, perplexed, then turned to Ben and Julie.
"She said some girls left her here and told her it was home. That's all she knows. She doesn't even know you." Julie wiped at her tears, trying to calm herself.
He moved his eyes back to me as quickly as he could manage. "Kahlen? You remember me, right?"
I stared into this face, searching for something familiar. I didn't recognize the angle of his chin, the length of his fingers. I didn't know the slope of his shoulder or the shape of his lips.
"Akinli, right?" I asked. This poor boy. I pitied him in the depths of my heart. Clearly, he'd already been going through something, and I could see the last scrap of fight he had in him dying with those words.
"I don't remember ever seeing you before in my life. I'm sorry."
He pressed his lips together as if he was swallowing the urge to cry.
"But," I said, "I know your voice. I know it as if it were my own. #Quote by Kiera Cass
Manage quotes by Guy Adams
#97. As a journalist, you know you are doing your job properly when you manage to upset rich, powerful and entitled people who are used to getting their own way,and you know you've really got under their skin when they pursue censorship, the avenue of last resort since time immemorial. #Quote by Guy Adams
Manage quotes by George Hillocks
#98. ...[T]he inherent polysemous character of language and the necessity of interpreting language according to one's personal understandings eliminate the possibility of infusing one's sentiments directly into the mind of another. At the same time, these characteristics of language and its interpretations suggest that no text ought ever to be thought complete. We can never manage to complete our ideas, to work out their full implications, to recognize their inadequacies, or to say what 'we really meant.' Further, since anything we say can be challenged, as Graff (1992b) points out, we can never manage to meet all the possible challenges. Such an idea may seem to be an unbearable problem. But we have always lived with these conditions. We have simply ignored them. #Quote by George Hillocks
Manage quotes by Nick Bantock
#99. So I'm to duel with a snake-hope I can manage to be a good enough impersonation of a mongoose. #Quote by Nick Bantock
Manage quotes by Paula Rego
#100. I'm not fashionable at all, and the fact that I manage to sell pictures without being fashionable is thanks to my gallery. #Quote by Paula Rego
Manage quotes by J.D. Robb
#101. I won't say I'm sorry." He lifted his hand, skimmed his fingers over her cheek. "I wouldn't mean it. But I will say I love you. I've never meant anything more."
He drew her into his arms. She pressed her face to his shoulder and held on. "I've been so messed up."
"So have I." He brushed his lips over her hair, felt his world balance again. "I've missed you, Eve."
"I won't let the job screw this up."
"It doesn't. We manage that on our own." He drew her back, touched his lips gently to hers. "But it keeps things lively, doesn't it?"
She sighed, stepped back. "It's gone."
"What is?"
"I've had this low-grade headache for a couple of days. It's gone. I guess you were my headache."
"Darling. That's so sweet. #Quote by J.D. Robb
Manage quotes by Haruki Murakami
#102. If you're in love with someone, can't you manage one way or another with her? Hatsumi asked after a few moments' thought. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Manage quotes by Daniel Van Basten
#103. Belgium may not have had the imperial might of Germany. Belgium may not have been blessed with the same level of industrial prowess. Belgium certainly didn't have the same manpower. But what the Battle of Liege did manage to showcase to the Allies, Europe and the rest of the world, was that if you had the stomach for battle, a strong enough motive to succeed and an irrevocable love for one's country, these factors alone could drive you to an outcome in the realms of the impossible. #Quote by Daniel Van Basten
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#104. In trying to address the systemic problem of racial injustice, we would do well to look at abolitionism, because here is a movement of radicals who did manage to effect political change. Despite things that radical movements always face, differences and divisions, they were able to actually galvanize the movement and translate it into a political agenda. #Quote by Manisha Sinha
Manage quotes by Haruki Murakami
#105. All things pass. None of us can manage to hold on to anything. In that way, we live our lives. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Manage quotes by Elizabeth Norris Unraveling
#106. But somehow I manage to miss the faded blue Toyota pickup until it's so close I can feel the warmth of the engine and smell the smoke of locking brakes. Until the only thing I have time to do is haphazardly throw an arm in front of my face. Because apparently I'm vain like that. #Quote by Elizabeth Norris Unraveling
Manage quotes by Zhang Zhao
#107. What is a good man?
Simply one whose life is useful to the world.
And a bad man is simply one whose life is harmful to others.
There are, however, those who are harmful and yet enjoy a good reputation, and who manage to profit by a show of usefulness.
These are the worst of all. #Quote by Zhang Zhao
Manage quotes by Mary Pipher
#108. Gratitude is a life skill that can be improved with practice. Even during the toughest trials, we can learn to find things to enjoy and appreciate. I don't mean to imply that we can manage to be grateful every moment. That would be an unrealistic demand on ourselves. Feeling grateful is not a moral injunction but rather a healthy habit that we can learn to employ with grater frequency. #Quote by Mary Pipher
Manage quotes by Raine Anthony
#109. It seems like he's keeping my foot within his grasp for longer than necessary when I see his eyes wander up my legs again. I tingle in every spot his gaze touches.
His voice sends shivers up my spine when he asks, "Have you ever been fucked, Eve?"
My eyelids flutter and I let out a small surprised gasp at his question, breath gushing from my lips. I'm not exactly a virgin, not too far off though, and I can safely say that I have never been fucked in the way that Phoenix is insinuating. Most of the sex I've had has been the fantasy kind. Our eyes lock and he moves his hand from the heel of my foot up along the back of my leg, massaging my shin.
I actually moan when his fingers press in, releasing the tension from a knotted muscle. His mouth opens as he watches me.
"I don't think that's a very appropriate question to ask of a friend," I finally manage to croak out.
He smiles darkly. "I told you I was bad news. #Quote by Raine Anthony
Manage quotes by Suzanne Collins
#110. I stand there unmoving while they take part in the boldest form of dissent they can manage. Silence. #Quote by Suzanne Collins
Manage quotes by Susan Orlean
#111. I've tried a lot of different apps to manage Twitter on my phone (I use Hootsuite on my laptop), but I think the official Twitter app is really good. #Quote by Susan Orlean
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#112. It is my business, to manage carefully and dexterously whatever happens #Quote by Epictetus
Manage quotes by Karl Wiggins
#113. Rag, Tag & Bobtail always seem to manage life better and have better control over their finances, but to me they're stuck inside the box of time-honoured and long-established attitudes and beliefs. They are dull, rigidly conventional and humdrum. #Quote by Karl Wiggins
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#114. My descendants will manage without my portrait' she smiled. Anyway they'll have plenty of photographs of me. To this our famous conductor replied that a photograph only gives the outward appearance of the person,whereas a painting reveals the inner world. #Quote by Anatoli Rybakov
Manage quotes by Macklemore
#115. It's weird because music is this thing that you love doing, and it comes completely from a place of creativity, and then that transfers into having to manage a business and make decisions and figure out what is the best route to go in terms of getting your product to as many people as possible. #Quote by Macklemore
Manage quotes by David Cottrell
#116. Take the time and energy to manage your boss the same way you manage your team. #Quote by David Cottrell
Manage quotes by Ed Catmull
#117. As we try to learn from the past, we form patterns of thinking based on our experiences, not realizing that the things that happened have an unfair advantage over the things that didn't. In other words, we can't see the alternatives that might well have happened if not for some small chance event. When a bad thing happens, people will draw conclusions that might include conspiracy or forces acting against them or, conversely, if a good thing happens, that they are brilliant and deserving. But these kinds of misperceptions ultimately deceive us. And this has consequences in business - and for the way we manage. #Quote by Ed Catmull
Manage quotes by David Hume
#118. The victory is not gained by the men at arms, who manage the pike and the sword; but by the trumpeters, #Quote by David Hume
Manage quotes by Alphonso Jackson
#119. And I'm the kind of manager that doesn't believe that you micro-manage professionals. They should understand their responsibility and carry out those responsibility. #Quote by Alphonso Jackson
Manage quotes by Peter F. Drucker
#120. Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else. #Quote by Peter F. Drucker
Manage quotes by Carl Sagan
#121. Could we possible manage the next phase of human history without first dealing with this penchant for dehumanizing the adversary? #Quote by Carl Sagan
Manage quotes by Ruby Elliot
#122. Self-harm is not an uncommon experience, nor is it a shameful defect or personal failure, it happended to me because I wasn't able to manage intense emotional distress. #Quote by Ruby Elliot
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#123. Indigence is one of those states, politicians less likely wish to manage. #Quote by Ymatruz
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#124. It's well known that I interviewed with Philadelphia last winter, and I'd like to manage again, #Quote by Jim Leyland
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#126. I'm tired of dealing with crazies. When did it become my job to manage your mental illness? #Quote by Joan Rivers
Manage quotes by Taylor Jenkins Reid
#127. When you lose someone you love, it's hard to imagine that you'll ever feel better. That, one day, you'll manage to be in a good mood simply because the weather is nice or the barista at the coffee shop on the corner remembered your order.

But it does happen.

If you're patient and you work at it. #Quote by Taylor Jenkins Reid
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#128. Some people manage to make that transition from child actor to adult actor seamlessly. But I felt that if I spent my whole life on a film set without taking a few years to do something else, all I would ever know about was film sets. #Quote by Anna Popplewell
Manage quotes by David Maister
#129. No one can manage you if you don't give them permission to do so. But if you are interested in accomplishing as much as you are capable of, then I believe there are good reasons to grant that permission. #Quote by David Maister
Manage quotes by Alex Berenson
#130. Business cycles lengthened greatly during the 20th century, as central banks learned to manage national economies by raising and lowering interest rates. #Quote by Alex Berenson
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#131. Love is one of the strongest feelings one can ever have. It comes over you all of a sudden and totally absorbs before you manage to realize the fact. #Quote by Auliq Ice
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#132. Nations that can manage to develop their language and make it accommondating while at the same time staying faithful to the roots of it are the most communicative societies that are also most dynamic in thought. #Quote by M. Fethullah Gulen
Manage quotes by Peter M. Senge
#133. [ ... ] most of the problems faced by humankind concerns [concerned] our inability to grasp and manage the increasingly complex systems of our world. #Quote by Peter M. Senge
Manage quotes by John Brunner
#134. People who hate in concrete terms are dangerous. People who manage to hate only in abstracts are the ones worth having for your friends. #Quote by John Brunner
Manage quotes by Judith McNaught
#135. Is there a bird among them, dear boy?" Charity asked innocently, peering not at the things on the desk, but at his face, noting the muscle beginning to twitch at Ian's tense jaw.
"Then they must be in the schoolroom! Of course," she said cheerfully, "that's it. How like me, Hortense would say, to have made such a silly mistake."
Ian dragged his eyes from the proof that his grandfather had been keeping track of him almost from the day of his birth-certainly from the day when he was able to leave the cottage on his own two legs-to her face and said mockingly, "Hortense isn't very perceptive. I would say you are as wily as a fox."
She gave him a little knowing smile and pressed her finger to her lips. "Don't tell her, will you? She does so enjoy thinking she is the clever one."
"How did he manage to have these drawn?" Ian asked, stopping her as she turned away.
"A woman in the village near your home drew many of them. Later he hired an artist when he knew you were going to be somewhere at a specific time. I'll just leave you here where it's nice and quiet." She was leaving him, Ian knew, to look through the items on the desk. For a long moment he hesitated, and then he slowly sat down in the chair, looking over the confidential reports on himself. They were all written by one Mr. Edgard Norwich, and as Ian began scanning the thick stack of pages, his anger at his grandfather for this outrageous invasion of his privacy slowly became amusement. #Quote by Judith McNaught
Manage quotes by Lalu Prasad Yadav
#136. I know some people say I can be funny. But there is always a deeper meaning to what I say. I am a socialist at heart and have the interests of the poor in mind. When people see how I manage to work my way out of tough situations, it gives them hope in their own life. #Quote by Lalu Prasad Yadav
Manage quotes by Todd Blackledge
#137. You don't need to manage the clock when you score in one play. #Quote by Todd Blackledge
Manage quotes by Joe Hart
#138. Some things are too heavy to manage on your own. Certain burdens will break a person if they insist on bearing them alone. #Quote by Joe Hart
Manage quotes by Sam Altman
#139. Facebook has this famous poster that says move fast and break things. But at the same time they manage to be obsessed with quality. #Quote by Sam Altman
Manage quotes by Thomas M. Disch
#140. The forest stretched on seemingly forever with the most monotonous predictability, each tree just like the next - trunk, branches, leaves; trunk, branches, leaves. Of course a tree would have taken a different view of the matter. We all tend to see the way others are alike and how we differ, and it's probably just as well we do, since that prevents a great deal of confusion. But perhaps we should remind ourselves from time to time that ours is a very partial view, and that the world is full of a great deal more variety than we ever manage to take in. #Quote by Thomas M. Disch
Manage quotes by Bangambiki Habyarimana
#141. I don't like perfect heroes; I can't recognize myself in them. I like flawed heroes, like me. I want to see how they struggle with their flaws and in spite of that manage to slay the dragon. #Quote by Bangambiki Habyarimana
Manage quotes by Edward Abbey
#142. We are slaves in the sense that we depend for our daily survival upon an expand-or-expire agro-industrial empire - a crackpot machine - that the specialists cannot comprehend and the managers cannot manage. Which is, furthermore, devouring world resources at an exponential rate. We are, most of us, dependent employees. ... Edward Abbey (1927-1989) #Quote by Edward Abbey
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#143. To become distinguished in your industry, you have to constantly manage, master and maximise your time. #Quote by Onyi Anyado
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#144. Cancer Center specialists will be experts in the conclusion and treatment of kidney and diverse ailments. We apply a multi-disciplinary approach to manage tolerant thought. #Quote by Cancercenter
Manage quotes by Lindsay Arnold
#145. A busy person is usually the most efficient because they know how to manage their time. That's something I learned through dancing all through school and all throughout my life. #Quote by Lindsay Arnold
Manage quotes by Dan Maskell
#146. He slips ... but manages to regroup himself. #Quote by Dan Maskell
Manage quotes by Plato
#147. Those who are not schooled and practised in truth [who are not honest and upright men] can never manage aright the government, nor yet can those who spend their lives as closet philosophers; because the former have no high purpose to guide their actions, while the latter keep aloof from public life ... #Quote by Plato
Manage quotes by Alec Douglas-Home
#148. To my deafness I'm accustomed, To my dentures I'm resigned, I can manage my bifocals, But Oh how I miss my mind. #Quote by Alec Douglas-Home
Manage quotes by Bobby Cox
#149. The main thing I wanted was to manage. #Quote by Bobby Cox
Manage quotes by Barry Ritholtz
#150. The ability to select stocks, manage them over time and know when to sell them is incredibly difficult, even for professional fund managers. #Quote by Barry Ritholtz
Manage quotes by Justine Larbalestier
#151. I continued blogging, but between illness and deadlines, did not manage to blog nearly as much as last year. I'm hoping to do better in 2016. #Quote by Justine Larbalestier
Manage quotes by Sheila M. Reindl
#152. A bulimic person may be so disconnected from her experience that she does not even know what she needs or wants. If she does not know, needing something or someone only confirms her sense that she is weak and inadequate. She believes her needs are not legitimate, and therefore finds it difficult to seek care or engage with any care she does manage to seek. In fact, she is likely to greet others' expressions of concern with contempt, the very contempt with which she views herself. #Quote by Sheila M. Reindl
Manage quotes by Philip-Lorca DiCorcia
#153. There's a reductiveness to photography, of course - in the framing of reality and the exclusion of chunks of it (the rest of the world, in fact). It's almost as if the act of photography bears some relationship to how we consciously manage the uncontrollable set of possibilities that exist in life. #Quote by Philip-Lorca DiCorcia
Manage quotes by Terry Pratchett
#154. Why does the third of the three brothers, who shares his food with the old woman in the wood, go on to become king of the country? Why does James Bond manage to disarm the nuclear bomb a few seconds before it goes off rather than, as it were, a few seconds afterwards? Because a universe where that did not happen would be a dark and hostile place. Let there be goblin hordes, let there be terrible environmental threats, let there be giant mutated slugs if you really must, but let there also be hope. It may be a grim, thin hope, an Arthurian sword at sunset, but let us know that we do not live in vain. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Manage quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#155. Leaders should know how fast time runs and how faster they can beat it. Poor leaders run slowly till time overtakes them. #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Manage quotes by Jared Taylor
#156. Now If diversity were inherently good, inherently valuable, inherently wonderful, why would we have to have the highly-paid profession know as 'diversity consultant' to manage it? Things that are inherently good, to enjoy them, or to make the most of them, you don't need a consultant. You don't need a consultant to make the most out of good-tasting food, beautiful weather, the affection of your friends. Those are inherently good things. Diversity required consultants because diversity is hard. Diversity is difficult. It's because it's difficult for people to try to work, to act, and live together with people who are unlike themselves. #Quote by Jared Taylor
Manage quotes by Paulo Coelho
#157. The energy of hate will take you nowhere, but the energy of pardon which manifests itself through love will manage to change your life in a positive sense ... You haven't managed to erase the scars of some injustices committed against you during your life. But what good does that do you? None at all. It does absolutely nothing. It just leaves you with a constant desire to feel sorry for yourself for being the victim of those who were stronger ... it's certainly human. but it's neither intelligent nor reasonable. Respect your time on this Earth, understand that God has always pardoned you, and learn to pardon too. #Quote by Paulo Coelho
Manage quotes by Christine Louise Hohlbaum
#158. there's no such thing as time management since you can't manage something you can't control. #Quote by Christine Louise Hohlbaum
Manage quotes by Robert H. Jackson
#159. Perhaps you have heard about the college executives who were discussing what they wanted to do after retirement age. One hoped to run a prison or school of correction so that the alumni would never come back to visit. Another chose to manage an orphan asylum so that he would not be plagued with advice from parents. #Quote by Robert H. Jackson
Manage quotes by Nicholas Tucker
#160. Don Quixote could never manage without his patient servant Sancho Panza. #Quote by Nicholas Tucker
Manage quotes by Chloe Neill
#161. It's not about how easy or hard they are to manage. It's about keeping out people who require management. I prefer a drama-free existence. #Quote by Chloe Neill
Manage quotes by Stephanie Laurens
#162. So how are the wedding plans progressing?" Richard asked, once they were out of the village.
"They aren't." Breckenridge heard his clipped tones, heard the irritation beneath. Didn't care if Richard did, too. "She's taken some nitwit notion into her head that I don't need to marry her, that she's going to go off and manage an orphanage in the country, or some such thing, so her social ruination doesn't matter."
"Ah." Richard nodded sagely. "She's playing stubborn."
"Playing?" Breckenridge shot him an irate look. "She's the definition of the word. I've already tried talking her around. Twice."
"I hate to break it to you, old son, but it won't be your honeyed words that change her mind."
Breckenridge snorted. "I've tried that, too-so far all that's gained me is..." An even deeper sense of being irrevocably linked to her.
Richard glanced at him curiously. "What?"
Breckenridge pulled a face, growled, "Damned if I know."
Richard grinned. "Well, whatever it takes, just console yourself with the thought that the end result will be worth it."
Breckenridge cast Richard a sharp glance, saw the open contentment in his face. Felt compelled to ask, "So what did you have to do?"
Richard's smile deepened. "The same thing we've all have to do-prostrate ourselves at their dainty feet, swear undying love, and mean it. #Quote by Stephanie Laurens
Manage quotes by Abdulrazak Gurnah
#163. That's the way life takes us,' Elleke once said. 'It takes us like this, then it turns us over and takes us like that.' What she didn't say was that through it all we manage to cling to something that makes sense. #Quote by Abdulrazak Gurnah
Manage quotes by Pearl Zhu
#164. You can't improve what you are not managing, you can't manage what you are not measuring, and you can't measure what you are not focusing. #Quote by Pearl Zhu
Manage quotes by John O'Donohue
#165. It is a strange and wonderful fact to be here, walking around in a body, to have a whole world within you and a world at your fingertips outside you. It is an immense privilege, and it is incredible that humans manage to forget the miracle of being here. Rilke said, 'Being here is so much,' and it is uncanny how social reality can deaden and numb us so that the mystical wonder of our lives goes totally unnoticed. We are here. We are wildly and dangerously free. #Quote by John O'Donohue
Manage quotes by John Kenneth Galbraith
#166. If anything is evident about people who manage money, it is that the task attracts a very low level of talent, one that is protected in its highly imperfect profession by the mystery that is thought to enfold the subject of economics in general and of money in particular. #Quote by John Kenneth Galbraith
Manage quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#167. Panic is rare, looting is essentially insignificant, people are not terrified and trampling each other to flee from a disaster scene, but in fact are trying to manage a situation. We may in fact revert to some sort of primordial civility. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Manage quotes by Helen Manos
#168. Sometimes we only manage to arrive before we have to move on again. #Quote by Helen Manos
Manage quotes by Heidi Priebe
#169. It's OK to be a big feeler. You don't need to learn to 'feel less', but rather how to effectively manage feeling everything in life on a big scale. #Quote by Heidi Priebe
Manage quotes by Brent Schlender
#170. To Steve, these stores were pulling off something he had never been able to manage: they sold a lifestyle product at an absurdly high margin by presenting it in a beautiful and yet informative way. #Quote by Brent Schlender
Manage quotes by Charlaine Harris
#171. I have a big hole in my heart," I said. "But it'll close over."
I don't want to sound all Dr. Phil," she said. "But don't let the scab seal the pain in, okay?"
That's good advice," I said. "I hope I can manage it. #Quote by Charlaine Harris
Manage quotes by Dudley North
#172. One rich Man hath Lands, not only more than he can manage, but so much, that letting them out to others, he is supplied with a large over-plus, so needs no farther care. #Quote by Dudley North
Manage quotes by Phil Crosby
#173. We must define quality as conformance to specifications if we are to manage it. #Quote by Phil Crosby
Manage quotes by Jaggi Vasudev
#174. Someone is not stressful because of what he is doing; someone is stressful because he doesn't know how to manage his own inner system. It is not the nature of the job which makes one stressful. You ask the top executive, he is stressful; you ask the office hand, he is also stressful. Everybody believes their job is stressful. No job is stressful. If you have no control over your own inner system, you will be stressful whether you do something or you don't do anything. #Quote by Jaggi Vasudev
Manage quotes by Albert Bandura
#175. From the social cognitive perspective, it is mainly perceived inefficacy to cope with potentially aversive events that makes them fearsome. To the extent that people believe they can prevent, terminate, or lessen the severity of aversive events, they have little reason to be perturbed by them. But if they believe they are unable to manage threats safely, they have much cause for apprehension #Quote by Albert Bandura
Manage quotes by Joshua Gaylord
#176. There were so many beautiful, dark, and lonely ways in the sunken corridors of adolescence - how did everyone else manage to make it through without a map? Were they not tempted, as I was, to linger? #Quote by Joshua Gaylord
Manage quotes by Giles Milton
#177. The voyage had proved a human and financial disaster. Of the 198 men who rounded the Cape, only 25 returned alive. Worse still, two of the three ships had been lost and the one that did manage to limp into port was carrying not spices but scurvy. Lancaster had proved--if proof was needed--that the spice trade involved risks that London's merchants could ill afford. It was not until they learned that the Dutch had entered the spice race, and achieved a remarkable success, that they would consider financing a new expedition to the islands of the East Indies. #Quote by Giles Milton
Manage quotes by Alan Weisman
#178. Whether we accept it or not, this will likely be the century that determines what the optimal human population is for our planet. It will come about in one of two ways:
Either we decide to manage our own numbers, to avoid a collision of every line on civilization's graph - or nature will do it for us, in the form of famines, thirst, climate chaos, crashing ecosystems, opportunistic disease, and wars over dwindling resources that finally cut us down to size. #Quote by Alan Weisman
Manage quotes by Jeff Pentland
#179. Northleaf is delighted to have been chosen to manage the new fund. We look forward to implementing the fund's long-term strategy of constructing a portfolio of high-potential venture capital funds with the scale and resources to execute their plans, support successful high-growth companies and deliver world-class returns. #Quote by Jeff Pentland
Manage quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#180. In a reverse way, sharing my mother's long, slow dying consumes my creative energy. I manage one angry and bitter story, and feel better for it, but most of me is involved in Mother's battle. Watching her slowly being snuffed out is the opposite of pregnancy, depleting instead of fulfilling: I am exhausted by conflict. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
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#181. Though the house itself was a fortress, still, Isaac Penn had thought to make sure that anyone who did manage to break in would be kept busy. Thus the vault was not a vault but rather a solid plug of molybdenum steel which extended into the wall for five feet. #Quote by Mark Helprin
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#182. Israel is not free to exploit the land at will. Israel always lives in the land with the Lord, and his laws contain many instructions about how to manage the land properly. In particular, the law of the Sabbath is a powerful reminder that the Lord is the one who sustains the creation and #Quote by Craig G. Bartholomew
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#183. The silliest woman can manage a clever man; but it needs a very clever woman to manage a fool. #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
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#184. The other way that rocks are smoothed is by grinding against each other. God has placed us among people who manage to rub us the wrong way. I am sure that you may feel this way about more than one person in your life. I am convinced we will always be given someone to grind on us! #Quote by Andrew Mullek
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#185. Our life on earth is, and ought to be, material and carnal. But we have not yet learned to manage our materialism and carnality properly; they are still entangled with the desire for ownership. #Quote by E. M. Forster
Manage quotes by Bear Grylls
#186. As we pulled up at the big school gates, I saw tears rolling down my dad's face. I felt confused as to what part of nature or love thought this was a good idea. My instinct certainly didn't; but what did I know? I was only eight.
So I embarked on this mission called boarding school. And how do you prepare for that one?
In truth, I found it really hard; there were some great moments like building dens in the snow in winter, or getting chosen for the tennis team, or earning a naval button, but on the whole it was a survival exercise in learning to cope.
Coping with fear was the big one. The fear of being left and the fear of being bullied--both of which were very real.
What I learned was that I couldn't manage either of those things very well on my own.
It wasn't anything to do with the school itself, in fact the headmaster and teachers were almost invariably kind, well-meaning and good people, but that sadly didn't make surviving it much easier.
I was learning very young that if I were to survive this place then I had to find some coping mechanisms.
My way was to behave badly, and learn to scrap, as a way to avoid bullies wanting to target me. It was also a way to avoid thinking about home. But not thinking about home is hard when all you want is to be at home.
I missed my mum and dad terribly, and on the occasional night where I felt this worst, I remember trying to muffle my tears in my pillow while the rest of the dormitory slept.
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#187. Data matters. It's the very essence of what we care about. Personal data is not equivalent to a real person - it's much better. It takes no space, costs almost nothing to maintain, lasts forever, and is far easier to replicate and transport. Data is worth more than its weight in gold - certainly so, since data weighs nothing; it has no mass. Data about a person is not as valuable as the person, but since the data is so much cheaper to manage, it's a far better investment. Alexis Madrigal, senior editor at The Atlantic, points out that a user's data can be purchased for about half a cent, but the average user's value to the Internet advertising ecosystem is estimated at $1,200 per year. Data's value - its power, its meaning - is the very thing that also makes it sensitive. The more data, the more power. The more powerful the data, the more sensitive. So the tension we're feeling is unavoidable. #Quote by Eric Siegel
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#188. The curious fact is that biology tells us nothing about desire. And, when you think about it, culture -- novels, movies, opera, and quite a lot of painting -- is about desire, how we manage desire, how we suffer from it, and how it brings us joy when we get things right. A story without desire -- and that means without the insistence of desire -- will be empty, dry, and more or less aimless. That is one reason we read novels, to see how people fall into awkward moral situations and then try to extricate themselves. This is why there is so much anguish in the world: frustrated desire is every bit as miserable as poverty, because desire is no respecter of one's position in life: everyone goes through it. #Quote by Peter Watson
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#189. The search for myself is ended. I am buried in the world, I knew I would find my place there one day, the old world cloisters me, victorious. I am happy, I knew I would be happy one day. But I am not wise. For the wise thing now would be to let go, at this instant of happiness. And what do I do? I go back again to the light, to the fields I so longed to love, to the sky all astir with little white clouds as white and light as snowflakes, to the life I could never manage, through my own fault perhaps, through pride, or pettiness, but I don't think so. #Quote by Samuel Beckett
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#190. Turning something over to the Holy Spirit is a leap of faith that lets go of attempting to control outcomes. The core of alcoholism, anorexia, bulimia, smoking and a host of things the world calls addictions is control. The little willingness the Holy Spirit asks is the key to letting go of the attempt to manage the body and the world, which is the insane attempt to maintain a self-concept image that God did not create. An idea to contemplate from the Course is this: "Seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world." The requirement is to change your thinking, not to focus on behavior and form. Behavior flows from thought, and transformation of the mind is synonymous with changing thought patterns from ego-based to Spirit-based. #Quote by David Hoffmeister
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#191. We'll do it. Somehow we'll make them listen - even if they got their fingers planted firmly in their ears. Makes one wonder how they manage it, with their heads rammed up their own backsides. #Quote by Brandon Sandersonon
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#192. People could achieve much more if only they would put in more effort. You must take responsibility for your own life. Be conscious of how you use your time! Be conscious of how you listen! Be conscious of how you manage all of your affairs, so that God can look upon you and be well pleased. Seek God's honor in everything you do. #Quote by Johan Oscar Smith
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#193. I was begging you not to get married and if you do manage to talk some poor woman into marrying you, please pull out," Paul said in a slow, condescending manner, raising his eyebrows in hopes of clarifying. "Sterilization should be a legal requirement for pricks like you. #Quote by Kele Moon
Manage quotes by Nawal El Saadawi
#194. How is it possible to live? Life is so hard?'
'You must be harder than life, Firdaus. Life is very hard. The only people who really live are those who are harder than life itself.'
'But you are not hard, Sharifa, so how do you manage to live?'
'I am hard, terribly hard, Firdaus.'
'No, you are gentle and soft.'
'My skin is soft, but my heart is cruel, and my bite deadly.'
'Like snake?'
'Yes, exactly like a snake. Life is a snake. They are the same, Firdaus. If the snake realises you are not a snake, it will bite you. And if life knows you have no sting, it will devour you. #Quote by Nawal El Saadawi
Manage quotes by Walter Dean Myers
#195. You are not in Disneyland," he said. "The little people you see running around over here are not Mouseketeers. Some of them are friendly, and some of them have a strong desire to kill you. If you remember that, and manage to kill them before they kill you, then you have a good chance of getting through your year of service here. #Quote by Walter Dean Myers
Manage quotes by J.D. Robb
#196. Minutes after Eve stepped into her office to coordinate her next move, Peabody rushed in.
"I've got the initial sweeper's report on the room the Lombards vacated - nothing," Peabody said hurriedly. "Canvassing cops found the bar - one block east, two south of the hotel. Door was unlocked. Zana's purse was inside on the floor. I have a team heading there now."
"You've been busy," Eve said. "How did you manage to fit in sex?"
"Sex? I don't know what you're talking about. I bet you want coffee." She darted to the AutoChef, then whirled back. "How do you know I had sex? Do you have sex radar?"
"Your shirt's not buttoned right, and you've got a fresh hickey on your neck."
"Damn it." Peabody slapped a hand to the side of her neck. "How bad is it? Why don't you have a mirror in here?"
"Because, let's see, could it be because it's an office? #Quote by J.D. Robb
Manage quotes by Pearl Zhu
#197. Most organizations fail to manage performance effectively because they fail to look into the system holistically. #Quote by Pearl Zhu
Manage quotes by Sergei Lukyanenko
#198. Why was is that the Light acted through lies, and the Darkness acted though the truth? Why was is that our truth proved powerless, but lies were effective? And why was the Darkness able to manage perfectly well with truth in order to do Evil? #Quote by Sergei Lukyanenko
Manage quotes by Julianne Donaldson
#199. How do you like her?" Philip asked, nodding toward Meg.
"She's perfect." And she really was. "Just spirited enough to keep it interesting without being difficult to manage. And so beautiful." I patted her neck and flashed him a smile. "A gentle mare would have never been able to keep up with you."
He smiled, too, but as if at a private thought. "You are absolutely right. #Quote by Julianne Donaldson
Manage quotes by Justin Kan
#200. I find it hard to manage somebody's work unless I have an intimate knowledge of how to do it myself. #Quote by Justin Kan

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