Easier Said Than Done Quotes by Mark Z. Danielewski, Steve Williams, Matthew Hussey, Jacqueline Briskin, St. Lucia, Jeffrey Lewis and many others.
Keep true to the rare music in your heart, to the marvelous and unique form that is and shall always be nothing else but you. Keep to that and you can do no wrong, which I realize is easier said than done.
I think it’s always when you go to caddie for another player, it’s no different to when you start with a new player. The very most important thing is when you get the first opportunity to have a win is to try and show them that you know what you’re doing. It’s easier said than done.
I love the idea of relationships as being the ultimate team – someone you share everything with, who completely and utterly backs you, and whom you give to completely unselfishly. It’s easier said than done, but we all need something to aspire to.
Don’t take anyone else’s definition of success as your own. (This is easier said than done.)
There are literally endless options and possibilities, and often no clear or obvious path in how to make that choice, and nobody to tell you to go this way or that. But somehow, it works itself out if you trust in the process, which is often easier said than done.
It’s all easier said than done, and it isn’t even easy to say.
If you don’t put 99 percent of yourself into the writing, there will be no publishing career. There’s the writer and there’s the author. The author – you don’t ever think about the author. Just think about the writer. So my advice would be, find a way to not care – easier said than done.
The reason to have more racial diversity on any team is because it’s helpful to have different perspectives on any issue. And I also believe that. It’s easier said than done, unfortunately.
You’re letting go of having the best possible experience you can have regardless of who you are and where you are. I think that can be applied to all things, but it’s easier said than done.
Do good work and let that speak for itself. Don’t waste time arguing with someone. Instead, show them in your work. That’s easier said than done, but it really is the best solution. No one can argue with good work.
Kabuto: It’s always easier said than done. I just said that this jutsu had no weaknesses or risk… Itachi: Every jutsu has its weakness. This jutsu’s weakness and risk is…the existence of me!
I hoped this was true. Even if it wasn‟t, all I could do was hand over what I could, with the hope of something in return. But of course, this was easier said than done.
If you work hard, whatever you want, it will come to you. I know that’s easier said than done, but keep trying.
Just about everything in this world is easier said than done, with the exception of ‘systematically assisting Sisyphus’s stealthy, syst-susceptible sister,’ which is easier done than said.