65 Memorize Quotes On Success In Life

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Best Memorize Quotes

  1. “Every weekday morning, I picture my first paragraph while I hike with my dog Milo near Mulholland Drive, looking out over the San Fernando Valley. I edit the paragraph, then memorize it, so that when I get back home and sit down at my computer, the blank screen’s tyranny lasts only a second or two. A brief reign!” ~ Lauren Kate
  2. “I’m a very lazy person by nature. I have to be really engaged, and then I go straight from lazy to obsessive. I couldn’t study chemistry, but I could memorize all the books for Dungeons and Dragons. It was ridiculous. The trick is to find what I like to do.” ~ Jon Favreau
  3. “I was trying to pay the bills with poems, and it was easy to memorize my poems, because I’d be riding my bike in California trying to memorize them before going on stage at a poetry lounge.” ~ Omari Hardwick
  4. “We must memorize nine numbers and deny we have a soul.” ~ Conor Oberst

  5. “One of the disadvantages of poetry over popular music is that if you write a pop song, it naturally gets into people’s heads as they listen in the car. You don’t have to memorize a Paul Simon song; it’s just in your head, and you can sing along. With a poem, you have to will yourself to memorize it.” ~ Billy Collins
  6. “I just decided to play make believe, memorize it like it was just some kind of song and just take the emotion out of the words. And I did. I goofed a couple of times.” ~ Michelle Rodriguez
  7. “I think maybe one reason why ventriloquists are looked down on is because it’s very difficult to be funny. I think what happens is that people get a dummy, they learn the technique of ventriloquism, they memorize the script, they think they’re in show business.” ~ Jeff Dunham
  8. “Actually, I failed drama in high school because of nerves. I wasn’t able to memorize the words. I had complete stage fright.” ~ Constance Marie

  9. “In military school, on day one you must memorize the mission of the Merchant Marine Academy.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki
  10. “To me, constructive criticism is when people take ownership of their ideas. That’s why I don’t listen to anything that’s anonymous. But it’s hard; when there’s something hurtful out there, I still want to read it over and over and memorize it and explain my point of view to the person.” ~ Brene Brown
  11. “Jay-Z is like a rap-savant, he doesn’t have to write the rhymes down, he can create complex raps in his head. I mean he does memorize it, he just doesn’t write it down on paper. He doesn’t freestyle onto the track, it’s all thought out.” ~ Ice T
  12. “Singing is also like acting, since I memorize my lines, and I sing with emotions, too.” ~ Lee Min-ho

  13. “In most schools, we measure children on what they know. By and large, they have to memorize the content of whatever test is coming up. Because measuring the results of rote learning is easy, rote prevails. What kids know is just not important in comparison with whether they can think.” ~ Sugata Mitra
  14. “The best memorizers in the world – who almost all hail from Europe – can memorize a pack of cards in less than a minute. A few have begun to approach the 30-second mark, considered the ‘four-minute mile of memory.” ~ Joshua Foer
  15. “To attain the rank of grand master of memory, you must be able to perform three seemingly superhuman feats. You have to memorize 1,000 digits in under an hour, the precise order of 10 shuffled decks of playing cards in the same amount of time, and one shuffled deck in less than two minutes. There are 36 grand masters of memory in the world.” ~ Joshua Foer
  16. “They don’t like thinking in medical school. They memorize – that’s all they want you to do. You must not think.” ~ John Backus

  17. “Amateur wrestling, you can go by instinct. Pro wrestling, you have to memorize, and you have to go by what moves you said you were going to do. Sometimes you have to feel the crowd and do the moves at the right time and know the timing and tell a good story.” ~ Kurt Angle
  18. “I was on ‘SVU’ for 11 years. I developed a muscle in my brain that could memorize things much more easily than people who don’t do it every day. I got used to the language, and some of it got to be repetitive language, so you build your vocabulary.” ~ B. D. Wong
  19. “For any reporter, education is a topic where everything else – money, politics, et cetera – intersects. I have four kids in K through 12, so I’m knee-deep in it. I’m really interested in the philosophy behind it all. Should you just memorize your multiplication tables, or should you understand the concept behind them?” ~ Soledad O’Brien
  20. “To know the laws is not to memorize their letter but to grasp their full force and meaning.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

  21. “The reason the gifted students of the world like Khan Academy is because we don’t say, ‘Memorize this formula,’ but say, ‘Let’s try to derive it from core principles,’ or, ‘I forgot my trig identity, so I’m going to just try to prove this to you.” ~ Sal Khan
  22. “When I was little I used to dance and model and that was fun. But I was always the person that was goofing off and I would memorize every line in every movie that I saw. And at recess that’s what I would do, I would talk to my friends and recite movies.” ~ Ashley Benson
  23. “Guess what, Beyonce? White people like your music, too. White people buy your songs on iTunes, memorize your lyrics, and admire your talent and beauty. Little white girls wanna be like you just as little black girls do, but instead of that, you’d rather perpetuate the great battle of the races.” ~ Tomi Lahren
  24. “I am a quick study – I can memorize a script in an hour – but I can’t remember a name three seconds. I’ve even forgotten my wife’s name on occasion.” ~ Don Adams

  25. “We must not be content to memorize the beautiful formulas of our illustrious predecessors. Let us go out and study beautiful nature.” ~ Paul Cezanne
  26. “I just liked stand-up comedy so much. I used to memorize Bill Cosby albums and other people’s albums, George Carlin, Flip Wilson.” ~ Drew Carey
  27. “I didn’t know how to box so I would have looked like a complete street fighter actually, but what we did have to do was pick up some sides and then just memorize them within two days and go there and audition.” ~ Michelle Rodriguez
  28. ‘If you have a recital to do, you have to memorize the songs. I never use music when I do recitals. It produces an instant barrier, both for yourself and the audience.” ~ Bryn Terfel

  29. “I think poetry has lost an awful lot of its muscle because nobody knows any. Nobody has to memorize poetry.” ~ Peter Davison
  30. “When you’re modeling you’re actually acting for the camera and the photographer. It’s more fun, too because there are no lines to memorize.” ~ Cindy Margolis
  31. “Learning lines is on my mind until I do know them. I’ll read the paper or paint the house to keep from starting to memorize. I’ve never found an easy way.” ~ Paul Lynde
  32. “And I find it very easy to memorize the scripts, which are so close to conversations my husband and I have.” ~ Patricia Heaton

  33. “To play a lawyer and have one year of law school under your belt, you sort of know what you’re talking about! I’m able to memorize the legal courtroom stuff a lot faster than I would have been able to otherwise.” ~ Jerry O’Connell
  34. “I was a huge fan of comedy and movies and TV growing up, and I was able to memorize and mimic a lot of things, not realizing that that meant I probably wanted to be an actor. I just really, really amused myself and my friends with memorizing entire George Carlin or Steve Martin albums.” ~ Hank Azaria
  35. “I’m a visual thinker, really bad at algebra. There’s others that are a pattern thinker. These are the music and math minds. They think in patterns instead of pictures. Then there’s another type that’s not a visual thinker at all, and they’re the ones that memorize all of the sports statistics, all of the weather statistics.” ~ Temple Grandin
  36. “They do the soaps differently in Mexico. You just have to know the storyline and not memorize the lines. There would be someone feeding you lines while you were performing.” ~ Erik Estrada

  37. “You know, I was a huge fan of comedy and movies and TV growing up, and I was able to memorize and mimic a lot of things, not realizing that that meant I probably wanted to be an actor.” ~ Hank Azaria
  38. “I don’t write shows with dialogue where actors have to memorize dialogue. I write the scenes where we know everything that’s going to happen. There’s an outline of about seven or eight pages, and then we improvise it.” ~ Larry David
  39. “I love my job, and I love books. I read anything, including cereal boxes. I care deeply about what people think of my books, and I memorize my reviews. I love to hear from my readers.” ~ Lisa Scottoline
  40. “I tend to stare at people and memorize what they’re saying and how they say it.” ~ Cecily von Ziegesar

  41. “Once I’d reached the point where I could squirrel away more than 30 digits a minute in memory palaces, I still only sporadically used the techniques to memorize the phone numbers of people I actually wanted to call. I found it was just too simple to punch them into my cell phone.” ~ Joshua Foer
  42. “If I had even the tiniest scrap of advice to give to a young actor who was figuring out how to audition, I would say don’t memorize the script… The reality about auditions is that 98 percent of the results has to do with what you are, not with what you did in the audition.” ~ Wallace Shawn
  43. “When you’re on TV, you’re looking at a half-page of material, trying to memorize it really quickly. By the time it’s on TV, I’ve already forgotten what I said, but I can still recite my whole role from Shakespeare in the Park. It works a different set of muscles.” ~ Jesse Tyler Ferguson
  44. “There’s a lot of memorization that goes on in school. You memorize vocabulary words and all these sorts of things.” ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson

  45. “Being on TV sucks. It’s a lot of work. You memorize scripts and then you show up and they change everything. I’m a control freak. When I’m doing stand-up, I say what I want and then I get instant feedback.” ~ Gabriel Iglesias
  46. “I know people who prepare their roles in such a way that they technically look ahead and memorize their gestures, and then they stick to it. Those that are technically proficient enough can make it seem natural, but they do that and don’t really take in what other people are doing.” ~ Viggo Mortensen
  47. “My father read poetry to me, encouraged me to memorize poems. But the writing of it was quite a different thing.” ~ C. K. Williams
  48. “As Luke 24 shows, it’s possible to read the Bible, study the Bible, and memorize large portions of the Bible, while missing the whole point of the Bible.” ~ Tullian Tchividjian

  49. “Theater is a physical activity as much as anything. It’s harder for me to learn the lines than it was 30 years ago. At the same time, I’ll never quit working in the theater – until I can’t memorize two lines back to back.” ~ Brian Dennehy
  50. “I think it’s still kind of weird to memorize a line, because you’re supposed to ‘be’ this person, you know? So then its like, if I’m really this person, how can I be in the moment if I know there’s just one line I’m supposed to say? It doesn’t feel natural. I always just kind of want to say whatever comes up.” ~ Amy Sedaris
  51. “If I know I have to memorize lines, I’m really gonna try to memorize lines. It’s hard for me sometimes, because somebody wrote these words and you’re trying really hard to get them the way they said it.” ~ Amy Sedaris
  52. “One thing I’ve really never had a problem with was memorizing lines. Most of the time I don’t memorize the lines until we’re on the set shooting the scene.” ~ Dennis Quaid

  53. “The way I write is, I listen to things in my head, and then I copy them down. I memorize conversations and things like that; I seem to be able to do that pretty well. I suppose in that respect there’s some improvisation, although I work over the stuff after I’ve got it down on paper.” ~ Harvey Pekar
  54. “Since I was very young, probably two or three, I had really good memorization skills. I would memorize stuff from TV and perform it for my family. I was the little performer for most of my early life. So eventually, my mom caught onto that and thought I might want to get into acting.” ~ Nathan Kress
  55. “I emphasize to C.E.O.s, you have to have a story in the minds of the employees. It’s hard to memorize objectives, but it’s easy to remember a story.” ~ Ben Horowitz
  56. “By the time I got to the Fox studio for my first major film, I knew how to hit a mark. I knew how to memorize lines. I knew how to pay attention.” ~ Shirley Temple

  57. “In theater, you get to rehearse several weeks, you memorize everything, and by the time you open, you know what the play is. In film, it’s almost the opposite. You do your work on your own and maybe have a couple of minutes to rehearse. When the camera rolls, you generally don’t know what’s going to happen.” ~ Seth Numrich
  58. “I’m in professional wrestling, which is what I do for a living. I coordinate stunts. I memorize them.” ~ Kurt Angle
  59. “Modeling is great because I don’t have lines to memorize. But I find acting much more challenging – which is a good thing!” ~ Candace Kita
  60. “All of the details that most of us memorize in medical school – you don’t have to learn those things. They’re going to be in your computer.” ~ Leroy Hood
  61. “I like to say good dialogue is a million times easier to memorize than bad dialogue – difficult good dialogue, even if it’s difficult.” ~ Aaron Sorkin

  62. “I never went to school for acting; it just comes to me. I never practice. I read the script, I’ll memorize it. I don’t even practice the acting. I’ll just do it the day, and it will just come to me.” ~ Dakota Goyo
  63. “dialogue is easier to memorize, even though it’s wildly complicated.” ~ Jesse Bradford
  64. “I was bar mitzvahed, which was hard. I feel it was the hardest thing I ever had to do; harder than making a movie. It was a lot of studying, you know. I wasn’t a perfect Hebrew reader, and also, they say when you’re reading your Torah portion, you’re not supposed to memorize it. It turned out very tricky.” ~ Clara Mamet
  65. “I envision the script as a story in my mind, memorize the entire thing and have it play out. It helps me figure out where my character needs to go.” ~ Quvenzhane Wallis

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