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Driving Change Sayings By Jerry Seinfeld: You know why dogs have no money? No pockets. 'Cause they see change on the You know why dogs have no money? No pockets. 'Cause they see change on the street all the time and it's driving them crazy. When you're walking them, he is always looking up at you. "There's a quarter ... " — Jerry Seinfeld
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Driving Change Sayings By Simon Mainwaring: The creative destruction that social media is currently unleashing will change more than technology or The creative destruction that social media is currently unleashing will change more than technology or the leader board of the Fortune 100. It is driving a qualitative shift in the nature of relationships between brands and their customers. — Simon Mainwaring
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Driving Change Sayings By Charles Duhigg: It is facile to imply that smoking, alcoholism, overeating, or other ingrained patters can be It is facile to imply that smoking, alcoholism, overeating, or other ingrained patters can be upended without real effort. Genuine change requires work and self-understanding of the cravings driving behaviours. — Charles Duhigg
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Driving Change Sayings By Brene Brown: When we apologize for something we've done, make amends, or change a behavior that doesn't When we apologize for something we've done, make amends, or change a behavior that doesn't align with our values, guilt - not shame - is most often the driving force. We feel guilty when we hold up something we've done or failed to do against our values and find they don't match up. It's an uncomfortable feeling, but one that's helpful. The psychological discomfort, something similar to cognitive dissonance, is what motivates meaningful change. Guilt is just as powerful as shame, but its influence is positive, while shame's is destructive. In fact, in my research I found that shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we can change and do better. — Brene Brown
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Driving Change Sayings By Hilary Duff: Not so much for Carnival?" I asked Ben playfully, hooking my arm through his."Not so Not so much for Carnival?" I asked Ben playfully, hooking my arm through his.
"Not so much for driving through Carnival," Ben amended.
"Too tough for you?"
"I travel with you. Nothing's too tough for me."
"Not even that guy?"
He turned to look, and the minute his attention was diverted, I raced to the elevators.
"Hey!" Ben cried, and ran after me, but I dove and pressed the button first.
"Yes!" I cheered.
"Loser," Ben said.
"Actually, I just won. Let's go up and change, then we can hit the Samba Parade."
"Change? But I like you just the way you are."
"You are such a dork."
Ben nodded, accepting the title with grace as the elevator arrived. — Hilary Duff
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Driving Change Sayings By Anne Mallory: He had little respect for anyone who was not willing to put in the effort He had little respect for anyone who was not willing to put in the effort required to survive and thrive. Not everyone needed the same driving ambition that had fueled him. That had led him to being possibly the richest man in London without a title in his lineage
all earned in under a decade. That had given him the power to change lives. But a person needed to have the drive to change his own life. — Anne Mallory
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Driving Change Sayings By Elizabeth McNamara: 3. There is a good scared and a bad scared. Try to learn the difference. 3. There is a good scared and a bad scared. Try to learn the difference. The wrong kind of fear will feel like driving into a storm, stepping onto a boat and feeling it begin to sink, knowing you don't have a life jacket. If that's what you feel, something needs to change. But the right kind of fear is more like meeting a friend of a friend you've been told you would love, or visiting a new country you don't know well- you might not understand the language, but you still want to learn. Good scared means you're growing. Know the difference. 4. — Elizabeth McNamara
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Driving Change Sayings By Jerry Yang: The Internet's a driving force in the change from mass media to 'my media,' in The Internet's a driving force in the change from mass media to 'my media,' in which consumers will be their own programmers. — Jerry Yang
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Driving Change Sayings By Jessie Pavelka: The first thing I tell clients is get off the couch! Just start making some The first thing I tell clients is get off the couch! Just start making some small lifestyle changes such as walking to work instead of driving or taking the stairs instead of the lift. The small things you can change all add up. — Jessie Pavelka
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Driving Change Sayings By Simon Williams: Cars do not reflect the character of a person. A car is tangible, while a Cars do not reflect the character of a person. A car is tangible, while a soul is spiritual. How can one represent the other? If cars represent our character, then we should all be driving convertibles. Because people change depending on if things are good or bad, and so are as fickle as the weather. A car can never fulfill someone the way a solid friendship, memorable experience or a good lamb roast can. — Simon Williams
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Driving Change Sayings By Daniel Keys Moran: Our species is on the verge of changes that will fundamentally alter what it means Our species is on the verge of changes that will fundamentally alter what it means to be human ... and we are the people driving that change. — Daniel Keys Moran
Driving Change Sayings By Lisa Lutz: You should keep dental floss on you at all times; when your eyesight goes, quit You should keep dental floss on you at all times; when your eyesight goes, quit driving; don't keep too many secrets, eventually they'll eat away at you. But the most valuable lesson he taught me was this: Every day we get older, and some of us get wiser, but there's no end to our evolution. We are all a mess of contradictions; some of our traits work for us, some against us. And this is what I figured out on my own: Over the course of a lifetime, people change, but not as much as you'd think. Nobody really grows up. — Lisa Lutz
Driving Change Sayings By Christie Hefner: Yes, last year we hit a record number of murders from guns [in Chicago]. And Yes, last year we hit a record number of murders from guns [in Chicago]. And this year we are already outpacing last year's numbers. Now, there are contributing factors that are not under anybody's control and may seem odd, but it is factually true. One of them is actually the weather. There is a dramatic increase in gun violence when it is warmer. And we are having this climate change effect that is driving that. — Christie Hefner
Driving Change Sayings By Ellen Hopkins: Except when it comes to Mom. She is, and always has been, the driving force Except when it comes to Mom. She is, and always has been, the driving force in this family. And sometimes that means driving us head-on, no possible change of course, into a wall. — Ellen Hopkins
Driving Change Sayings By Ian Fleming: Bond liked fast cars and he liked driving them. Most American cars bored him ... Bond liked fast cars and he liked driving them. Most American cars bored him ... All the fun of driving had been taken out of them with the abolition of a gear-change ... All effort had been smoothed away and all of that close contact with the machine and the road that extracts skill and nerve from the European driver. — Ian Fleming
Driving Change Sayings By DJ Spooky: Watching 40 mile chunks of ice break off of Antarctica will change your life forever, Watching 40 mile chunks of ice break off of Antarctica will change your life forever, but realizing that driving a car, or flying a plane, or having a nice steak, or drinking from a plastic bottle all contributed to the destruction of the environment - it's a bit complex, but music needs to pave the way for getting people to think about this kind of complexity. I'm just doing my share. — DJ Spooky
Driving Change Sayings By Gregg Braden: The new shift in thinking is the gateway to human transformation. And because of the The new shift in thinking is the gateway to human transformation. And because of the sheer number of people involved in this shift, and the growing magnitude of the crises that are driving us to change the way we think, we are standing on the threshold of human transformation at a level unlike anything ever before known on Earth. — Gregg Braden
Driving Change Sayings By Dan Lyons: Another, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, suggests I need to change my Facebook photo Another, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, suggests I need to change my Facebook photo to something that makes me look younger. I scan an old photo from my First Communion and make it my profile photo. There I am, age eight, wearing my First Communion robe, hands folded in prayer in front of me, looking angelic. "I'm trying to get a promotion at HubSpot," I write. "The 8-year-old version of me has lots of ideas about how to expand geographically while also driving up MRR by pushing into the enterprise. — Dan Lyons
Driving Change Sayings By Tom Peters: For the blue-collar worker, the driving force behind change was factory automation using programmable machine For the blue-collar worker, the driving force behind change was factory automation using programmable machine tools. For the office worker, it's office automation using computer technology: enterprise-resource-planning systems, groupware, intranets, extranets, expert systems, the Web, and e-commerce. — Tom Peters
Driving Change Sayings By Barack Obama: I don't care whether you're driving a hybrid or an SUV. If you're headed for I don't care whether you're driving a hybrid or an SUV. If you're headed for a cliff, you have to change direction. That's what the American people called for in November, and that's what we intend to deliver. — Barack Obama
Driving Change Sayings By Greg Fitzsimmons: I don't like to change things too much. I think pretty hard about things before I don't like to change things too much. I think pretty hard about things before I jump in, and once I do, I feel, 'All right, I don't want to waste the energy of buying, selling this, going on Consumer Reports, test driving, buying, selling a house.' I feel life is to be lived. — Greg Fitzsimmons
Driving Change Sayings By Allen Dulles: One of our greatest assets is that all men aspire to be equal and free. One of our greatest assets is that all men aspire to be equal and free. This fact haunts the rulers of the Kremlin today for even they cannot change this law of nature and they know it. It is up to us, not only by example but by positive acts, to make the most of this driving force within mankind. — Allen Dulles
Driving Change Sayings By Nicholas Stern: I think it's important that people think about what they are doing and that includes I think it's important that people think about what they are doing and that includes what they are eating. I am 61 now and attitudes towards drinking and driving have changed radically since I was a student. People change their notion of what is responsible. They will increasingly ask about the carbon content of their food. — Nicholas Stern
Driving Change Sayings By Joan Singleton: All events and people are set in place for special souls to enter this world All events and people are set in place for special souls to enter this world at a certain place and time. They follow a direct path and no matter what the circumstance they can't be stopped until their mission is complete. They go against all the odds. Everything is suddenly set in motion, the correct people, the right moment and with a driving force they have an lasting impact that will bring a change in the world. We have witnessed this phenomenon time after time. — Joan Singleton
Driving Change Sayings By Darrell Waltrip: Our sport is in a changing of the guard right now. It happens every 10 Our sport is in a changing of the guard right now. It happens every 10 or 15 years, and Brad is the leader of that change at the moment. Sometimes his words and outspokenness offend some folks, but he doesn't back down from his comments. He doesn't back down in his driving either, and when competitors see him coming in the rearview mirror, they have to be wondering what he'll do and what he's thinking. I think fans love that and gravitate to drivers like Brad. — Darrell Waltrip
Driving Change Sayings By Katy Regnery: Your BMW's a convertible?" she asked, raising her eyebrows. "Yes, ma'am." "I like fast German Your BMW's a convertible?" she asked, raising her eyebrows. "Yes, ma'am." "I like fast German cars." "Riding or driving?" "Both." "Is that a request?" "Mm-hm." "I love my car, Savannah. I'm not a shallow man, but I love that vehicle. What's your driving record look like?" "This question from the man who made me cry?" "I would love for you to drive my car as far and as fast as you like," he amended. She leaned back and winked at him. "I thought so. Give me a minute to change?" "Must you?" "I'm afraid so. — Katy Regnery
Driving Change Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: So it must be!" thought Prince Andrei as he was driving out of the avenue So it must be!" thought Prince Andrei as he was driving out of the avenue of the house at Bald Hills. "She, a pathetic, innocent being, stays to be devoured by a senile old man. The old man feels he's to blame, but cannot change himself. My boy is growing up and rejoices at life, in which he will be the same as everybody else, the deceived or the deceiver. I'm going to the army - why? I don't know myself, and I wish to meet a man whom I despise, in order to give him an occasion to kill me and laugh at me! — Leo Tolstoy
Driving Change Sayings By Christine Nixon: The police are there to do the job, not to think about it,' was the The police are there to do the job, not to think about it,' was the line used by critics, the harshest of which were often other police. But police officers see and hear at first hand the things that ail a society, and along the way they gain trememdous insight into how to fix problems or processes, even if they can't change people's behaviours or attitudes. With the right systems and resources, their personal capacity for creating a safer society is far more powerful than the guns they carry. This would be the thinking driving my direction when I later came to Victoria to take charge of its police force. — Christine Nixon
Driving Change Sayings By James Burke: Today, the people who make things change, the people who have that knowledge, are the Today, the people who make things change, the people who have that knowledge, are the scientists and the technologists, who are the true driving force of humanity. And before you say what about the Beethovens and the Michelangelos? Let me suggest something with which you may disagree violently: that at best, the products of human emotion, art, philosophy, politics, music, literature, are interpretations of the world, that tell you more about the guy who's talking, than about the world he's talking about. Second hand views of the world, made third hand by your interpretation of them. — James Burke
Driving Change Sayings By Lundy Bancroft: For decades, many therapists have been attempting to help abusive men change by guiding them For decades, many therapists have been attempting to help abusive men change by guiding them in identifying and expressing feelings. Alas, this well-meaning but misguided approach actually feeds the abuser's selfish focus on himself, which is an important force driving his abusiveness. — Lundy Bancroft
Driving Change Sayings By Lauren Handel Zander: If we're not the one driving our dreams forward, who is? If we don't figure If we're not the one driving our dreams forward, who is? If we don't figure out how to change jobs, eat healthily, date, fall and stay in love, who will come save us? No one. But, then again, no one should, right? The are, after all, our dreams. — Lauren Handel Zander
Driving Change Sayings By Douglas Adams: When you're cruising down the road in the fast lane and you lazily sail past When you're cruising down the road in the fast lane and you lazily sail past a few hard-driving cars and are feeling pretty pleased with yourself and then accidently change down from fourth to first instead of third thus making your engine leap out of your hood in a rather ugly mess, it tends to throw you off stride in much the same way that this remark threw Ford Prefect off his. — Douglas Adams
Driving Change Sayings By John T. Fuller: Hello." The doctor speaks softly, nervously. Mr White doesn't respond, not even the slightest change Hello." The doctor speaks softly, nervously. Mr White doesn't respond, not even the slightest change of expression. Dr Archer has been thinking. Mulling it over in his head, endlessly, driving himself more insane he thinks than any unfortunate in his care, crazy with this longing. He is afraid of spiders, he watches the clouds, he held up two fingers; he is lucid. He came to me of his own free will; he shares these terrible feelings. — John T. Fuller
Driving Change Sayings By Harlan Coben: I'm driving home to change," Win said. "Then I'm dining at Merion." Mainliners never ate; I'm driving home to change," Win said. "Then I'm dining at Merion." Mainliners never ate; they dined. "Care to join me?" "Sounds good," Myron said. "Wait a second." "What?" "Are you properly attired?" "I don't clash," Myron said. "Will they still let me in?" "My, my, that was very funny, Myron. I must write that one down. As soon as I stop laughing, I plan on locating a pen. However, I am so filled with mirth that I may wrap my precious Jag around an upcoming telephone pole. Alas, at least I will die with jocularity in my heart." Win. "We have a case," Myron said. Silence. Win made this so easy. "I'll tell you about it at dinner." "Until then," Win said, "it'll be all I can do to douse my mounting excitement and anticipation with a snifter of cognac." Click. Gotta love that Win. Myron hadn't driven a mile when the cellular phone rang. Myron switched it on. It was Bucky. "The kidnapper called again. — Harlan Coben
Driving Change Sayings By John Perkins: Stop being so greedy, and so selfish. Realize that there is more to the world Stop being so greedy, and so selfish. Realize that there is more to the world than your big houses and fancy stores. People are starving and you worry about oil for your cars. Babies are dying of thirst and you search the fashion pages for the latest styles. Nations like ours are drowing in poverty, but your people don't even hear our cries for help. You shut your ears to the voices of those who try to tell you these things. You label them radicals or Communists. You must open your hearts to the poor and downtrodden, instead of driving them further into poverty and servitude. There's not much time left. If you don't change, you're doomed. — John Perkins
Driving Change Sayings By Alena Graedon: I was willing to get a microchip - a minor, outpatient procedure - my Meme I was willing to get a microchip - a minor, outpatient procedure - my Meme could do even more for me. Make it easier to remember certain incidents in full, lustrous color, or forget things I'd rather not revisit (again and again). It could change my visual field so that walking or driving or riding in the train would feel like performing in a video game. — Alena Graedon
Driving Change Sayings By David Swanson: Activism has always been the driving force for change. Activism has always been the driving force for change. — David Swanson
Driving Change Sayings By Francis Chan: How would my life change if I actually thought of each person I came into How would my life change if I actually thought of each person I came into contact with as Christ - the person driving painfully slow in front of me, the checker at the grocery store who seems more interested in chatting than ringing up my items, the member of my own family with whom I can't seem to have a conversation and not get annoyed? — Francis Chan
Driving Change Sayings By Donna Andrews: For me, the start of a party only means a change from the tangible, boring, For me, the start of a party only means a change from the tangible, boring, but satisfactory work of cooking, cleaning, and decorating to the unpredictable and far more difficult task of keeping several hundred neighbors and family members from injuring each other or driving me crazy before the end of the evening. — Donna Andrews
Driving Change Sayings By Ed Miliband: One of the drivers of displacement and potential conflict over the next 10 to 20 One of the drivers of displacement and potential conflict over the next 10 to 20 years will be climate (change) - resource scarcity, climate change is going to compound the cocktail that's driving war and displacement. — Ed Miliband
Driving Change Sayings By Fredrik Backman: Life is a Curious Thing. Winter turns to spring and Parvaneh passes her driving test. Life is a Curious Thing. Winter turns to spring and Parvaneh passes her driving test. Of teaches Adrian how to change tires. The kid may have bought a Toyota, but that doesn't mean he's entirely beyond help, Ove explains to Sonja when he visits her one Sunday in April. The he shows her some photographs of Parvaneh's little boy. Four months old and as fat as a seal pup. Patrick has tried to force one of those cell phone camera things on Ove, but he doesn't trust them. So he walks around with a thick wad of paper copies inside his wallet instead, held together by a rubber band. Shows everyone he meets. Even the people who work at the florist's, — Fredrik Backman
Driving Change Sayings By Joan Didion: The freeway experience ... is the only secular communion Los Angeles has. Mere driving on The freeway experience ... is the only secular communion Los Angeles has. Mere driving on the freeway is in no way the same as participating in it. Anyone can "drive" on the freeway, and many people with no vocation for it do, hesitating here and resisting there, losing the rhythm of the lane change, thinking about where they came from and where they are going. Actual participation requires total surrender, a concentration so intense as to seem a kind of narcosis, a rapture-of-the-freeway. The mind goes clean. The rhythm takes over. — Joan Didion
Driving Change Sayings By Frank Bidart: The Old Man at the WheelMeasured against the immeasurable universe, no word you have spokenbrought The Old Man at the Wheel
Measured against the immeasurable
universe, no word you have spoken
brought light. Brought
light to what, as a child, you thought
too dark to be survived. By exorcism
you survived. By submission, then making.
You let all the parts of that thing you would
cut out of you enter your poem because
enacting there all its parts allowed you
the illusion you could cut it from your soul.
Dilemmas of choice given what cannot
change alone roused you to words.
As you grip the things that were young when
you were young, they crumble in your hand.
Now you must drive west, which in November
means driving directly into the sun. — Frank Bidart
Driving Change Sayings By Tanner Berryhill: That's one of the coolest things about being a racecar driver. Even if its one That's one of the coolest things about being a racecar driver. Even if its one tweet a day, the platform allows me the opportunity to change someone's life. That's what we're here for. When we're struggling on the track, I try to take myself out of the situation and realize how small these earthly problems are. I love being able to spread the Word. That's my main purpose in life. Driving in NASCAR is icing on the cake. — Tanner Berryhill
Driving Change Sayings By Arne Duncan: We've seen more reform in the last year than we've seen in decades, and we We've seen more reform in the last year than we've seen in decades, and we haven't spent a dime yet. It's staggering how the Recovery Act is driving change. — Arne Duncan
Driving Change Sayings By David Titley: I see climate change as one of the driving forces in the 21st century. With I see climate change as one of the driving forces in the 21st century. With modern technology and globalization, we are much more connected than ever before. The world's warehouses are now container ships. — David Titley
Driving Change Sayings By Tony Robbins: Explore your web: the needs, the beliefs, and the emotions that are controlling you so Explore your web: the needs, the beliefs, and the emotions that are controlling you so there's more of you to give and so you can appreciate what's driving other people. It's the only way our world's going to change. — Tony Robbins
Driving Change Sayings By Jennifer Saunders: I'm a really good driver. I've been driving since I was very small, and I I'm a really good driver. I've been driving since I was very small, and I do like driving fast. I remember the first time my dad taught me that when you go into a corner you change down then put your foot right down on the way out. I'm very competitive about driving. — Jennifer Saunders
Driving Change Sayings By Robert Rodriguez: When you go off in the world and make your life, and you come back When you go off in the world and make your life, and you come back to your home town, and you find your old high-school friends driving in the same circles, doing the same things, that's what Hollywood's like. It's a little block, little town. It doesn't really grow or change. — Robert Rodriguez
Driving Change Sayings By Anthony Everitt: Rome became a republic in 509 B.C., after driving out its king and abolishing the Rome became a republic in 509 B.C., after driving out its king and abolishing the monarchy. The next two centuries saw a long struggle for power between a group of noble families, patricians, and ordinary citizens, plebeians, who were excluded from public office. The outcome was a apparent victory for the people, but the old aristocracy, supplemented by rich pledeian nobles, still controlled the state. What looked in many ways like democracy was, in fact, an oligarcy modified by elections. — Anthony Everitt
Driving Change Sayings By Daniel Barenboim: In times of totalitarian or autocratic rule, music (indeed culture in general) is often the In times of totalitarian or autocratic rule, music (indeed culture in general) is often the only avenue of independent thought. It is the only way people can meet as equals, and exchange ideas. Culture then becomes primarily the voice of the oppressed and it takes over from politics as a driving force for change. — Daniel Barenboim
Driving Change Sayings By Timothy Zahn: one may need to undergo several regimens of training and sample several different professions before one may need to undergo several regimens of training and sample several different professions before determining where one's strongest talents lie. This is the driving force behind many life-path alterations. There are few sets of skills that match only one specific job. More often they are adaptable to many different professions. Sometimes, one can plan such a change. Other times, the change appears without warning. In both instances, one must be alert and carefully consider all options. Not every change is a step forward. - — Timothy Zahn
Driving Change Sayings By Oscar Arias: Hope is the strongest driving force for a people. Hope which brings about change, which Hope is the strongest driving force for a people. Hope which brings about change, which produces new realities, is what opens man's road to freedom. Once hope has taken hold, courage must unite with wisdom. That is the only way of avoiding violence, the only way of maintaining the calm one needs to respond peacefully to offenses. — Oscar Arias
Driving Change Sayings By Robert Gilpin: One reason for the primacy of the market in shaping the modern world is that One reason for the primacy of the market in shaping the modern world is that it forces a reorganization of society in order to make the market work properly . When a market comes into existence, as Marx fully appreciated, it becomes a potent force driving social change. — Robert Gilpin
Driving Change Sayings By Clarine Williams: If you are never open to change things will remain the same, thereby driving you If you are never open to change things will remain the same, thereby driving you insane. — Clarine Williams
Driving Change Sayings By Felipe Fernandez-Armesto: Capitalism seems to have failed and is now stigmatized as greed. A reaction against individual Capitalism seems to have failed and is now stigmatized as greed. A reaction against individual excess is driving the world back to collective values. Fear of terror overrides rights; fear of slumps subverts free markets. Consumption levels and urbanization are simply unsustainable at recent rates in the face of environmental change. The throwaway society is headed for the trash heap. People who sense that "modernity" is ending proclaim a "postmodern age. — Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
Driving Change Sayings By Ilchi Lee: Even though consciousness doesn't seem to be confined to the human brain within the skull, Even though consciousness doesn't seem to be confined to the human brain within the skull, we do experience consciousness through our brain. The transformation of consciousness to attention is facilitated by your brain. Driving thoughts into action is also processed by your brain. Your brain is the seat of the creative observer inside you. — Ilchi Lee
Driving Change Sayings By Rhonda Byrne: If you're not feeling good and you want to change the way you feel, or If you're not feeling good and you want to change the way you feel, or if you want to lift good feelings higher, then take a minute or two and god through a mental list of everything you love and adore. You can do it while getting dressed in the morning, walking, driving or traveling anywhere. — Rhonda Byrne
Driving Change Sayings By Edward M. Hallowell: When social critics deplore the materialism of our time and its preoccupation with money, fame, When social critics deplore the materialism of our time and its preoccupation with money, fame, and superficial values, they overlook that the driving force behind the changes we have seen
one of the greatest periods of change in history
has been thought. It wasn't big bucks or social status that drove this change. It was, and is, the force of the play of the mind. As materialistic as we may be, playful thinking got us here. — Edward M. Hallowell
Driving Change Sayings By David Levithan: My mother said I should have a 'change of scenery.' The word scenery made be My mother said I should have a 'change of scenery.' The word scenery made be think of a play. And as we were driving around, it made sense that way. Because no matter how much the scenery changed, we were still on the same stage. — David Levithan
Driving Change Sayings By Henning Mankell: The fundamental driving force for me is to create a change in the world we The fundamental driving force for me is to create a change in the world we live in ... It is about exploitation, plundering and degradation. I have a small possibility to participate in the resistance. Most of the things that I do are part of a resistance, a form of solidarity work. — Henning Mankell
Driving Change Sayings By Adolf Hitler: When there is change, it must not alter the content of what propaganda is driving When there is change, it must not alter the content of what propaganda is driving at, but in the end must always say the same thing. For instance, a slogan must be presented from different angles, but the end of all remarks must always and immutably be the slogan itself. Only in this way can the propaganda have a unified and complete effect. — Adolf Hitler
Driving Change Sayings By Seneca.: It does good also to take walks out of doors, that our spirits may be It does good also to take walks out of doors, that our spirits may be raised and refreshed by the open air and fresh breeze: sometimes we gain strength by driving in a carriage, by travel, by change of air, or by social meals and a more generous allowance of wine. — Seneca.
Driving Change Sayings By Kwame Nkrumah: Never before in history has such a sweeping fervor for freedom expressed itself in great Never before in history has such a sweeping fervor for freedom expressed itself in great mass movements which are driving down the bastions of empire. This wind of change blowing through Africa, as I have said before, is no ordinary wind. It is a raging hurricane against which the old order cannot stand [ ... ] The great millions of Africa, and of Asia, have grown impatient of being hewers of wood and drawers of water, and are rebelling against the false belief that providence created some to be menials of others. Hence the twentieth century has become the century of colonial emancipation, the century of continuing revolution which must finally witness the total liberation of Africa from colonial rule and imperialist exploitation. — Kwame Nkrumah