Perform As If You Are At The Olympics

“Quoting son, Noah Levine: Once you see what the heart really needs, it doesn’t matter if you’re going to live or die, the work is always the same. (25)”
― Stephen Levine, A Year to Live: How to Live This Year as If It Were Your Last

“My job is to scream cockle-doodle-doo. Don’t blame me if the sun doesn’t rise.”
― Janet Skeslien Charles, Moonlight in Odessa

“Everyone, no matter what kind of job he or she has, fantasizes about freaking out at work. How many corporate drones, stuck in a boring staff meeting, have had the sudden urge to jump on top of the conference table and start screaming obscenities? Strip off their clothes? Kiss the woman or man next to them? We all have. How many employees joke about shooting the boss or blowing the place up? I’m not suggesting we do any of these things, mind you, but let’s not kid ourselves; we all have a little murder in our heart.”
― Steve Dublanica, Waiter Rant: Thanks for the Tip-Confessions of a Cynical Waiter

“If you can work anywhere, anytime, then pretty soon you’re working everywhere all the time.”
― Judy Nichols, Tree Huggers

“Work diligently. Work hard. Focus. Perform as if you are at the Olympics. One day, unexpectedly, it will start paying off.”
― Joan Marques

“If you women continue to demand your choice to work, you will so upset the economy of this country that the time will come when you will not have a choice. You will have to work.”
― Helen B. Andelin

“I found out it is just as hard to make a movie that you are not proud of as it is to make one you love.”
― Craig Ferguson, American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot

“I now have anti-bodies to assholes after working for so many.”
― Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading