65 New Projects Quotes On Success In Life

These new projects quotes will inspire you.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new projects quotes, new projects sayings, and new projects proverbs.

Best New Projects Quotes

  1. “I never go about a new project as if I’m trying to redefine myself. I just like to work, and I’m excited by material I find challenging and – if it’s a comedy – exceptionally funny.” ~ Julia Louis-Dreyfus
  2. “Independence can be tough. Without a studio to back you up, when you finish a feature and want to start a new project you have to start from zero.” ~ Raul Garcia
  3. “On the flip side, no one has any idea who the hell I am. I felt like I had to prove myself to them. On any new project I’m working on, the first week is nerve-wracking, but especially with these people that I admire so much and who I just want to be equal with.” ~ Dave Franco
  4. “I haven’t taken any new projects in the past years – I told myself, if I cannot live long enough to finish it, I don’t want it.” ~ I. M. Pei

  5. “These new prospective projects include the Appalachian Connector and the Diamond East projects, both are major new projects that connect the burgeoning supplies from the Marcellus and Utica directly to growing demand on Transco that is anxious to see the supplies coming their way as those markets strive to grow as well.” ~ Alan Armstrong
  6. “I’m never at a loss for new projects.” ~ John Sayles
  7. “You’re never where you want to be. There’s always waiting. There’s always some new project that’s coming down the road – some new thing you’re working on, some creative direction you’re wanting to explore.” ~ Laura Allen
  8. “There’s usually a sense of humor about all of it. It is what it is. I had two characters that were equally detestable, in very different ways, that hit the airwaves, at the same time. It was a very interesting year in my career, in that way. But I have no fear, on that note. I have a new project for HBO, where I’m going to play the good guy. That’s going to be fun and exciting, and shift the paradigm a bit.” ~ Pablo Schreiber
  9. “Any time I consider a new project, I ask myself, is this pushing the state of gaming toward Nobel Prizes? If it’s not, then it’s not doing anything important enough to spend my time.” ~ Jane McGonigal

  10. “He [Thomas Edison] considered [money] as a raw material, like metal, to be used rather than amassed, and so he kept plowing his funds into new projects. Several times he was all but bankrupt. But he refused to let dollar signs govern his actions.” ~ Charles Edison
  11. “When you start a new project, no matter if it’s a movie like Enigma or an album like Goddess, you are always learning something. While I search, I find something new.” ~ Mick Jagger
  12. “I – I try to do as much as I can, wherever I am. So, at the farm, I’m always thinking of some new project, some new thing I can do.” ~ Martha Stewart
  13. “Jesus’s resurrection is the beginning of God’s new project not to snatch people away from earth to heaven but to colonize earth with the life of heaven. That, after all, is what the Lord’s Prayer is about.” ~ N. T. Wright

  14. “Rejoice when other scientists do not believe what you know to be true. It will give you extra time to work on it in peace. When they start claiming that they have discovered it before you, look for a new project.” ~ Efraim Racker
  15. “A life lesson for me is, how do you muster the courage to take on a new risk? Whether it’s starting up a business or taking on a new project or expedition. I think the risks that we take are all relative to the risk-taker.” ~ Anne Bancroft
  16. “Innovative efforts should never report to line managers charged with responsibility for ongoing operations. The new project is an infant and will remain one for the foreseeable future, and infants belong in the nursery. The ‘adults’, that is, the executives in charge of existing businesses or products will have neither the time nor understanding for the infant.” ~ Peter Drucker
  17. “Every new thing you make will be (should be) the nicest thing you’ve made so far because you’re learning and getting better with each and every new project.” ~ Jessica Hische

  18. “The trust we build over the years if of tremendous help to me when I start in a new project and need to find associates.” ~ Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  19. “One of the things Mr. Kennedy taught me was that in laying out a new project, you shouldn’t try to cope with every little problem.” ~ Sargent Shriver
  20. “I’ve done that quite often, but I’ve got to be quite honest… as much as you would want to only do one at a time, sometimes projects overlap and there’s nothing you can do. Sometimes you to have begin writing a new project just as you’re finishing off another.” ~ Trevor Rabin
  21. “I have a very, very secret drive to become a dilettante, without the pejorative overtones or the obligation to produce myself. There’s so much to examine, so much to contemplate. I have enormous enthusiasm when I start a new project but then there’s the meetings and the counter-meetings, the rehearsals, the struggles. You have to keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get your dreams realised.” ~ Peter Greenaway
  22. “Netflix has such a knack for giving a new life to those B-movies that you thought and hoped no one would ever see. Especially when you have a new project coming out and they’re looking to mine some of your lesser-known films.” ~ Spencer Grammer

  23. “I get offered a lot of science fiction work and there is a new project in the pipeline called Master Race, set in World War II, but thats a little way off yet.” ~ Jeremy Bulloch
  24. “First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination.” ~ Napoleon Hill
  25. “Without an organisation that can work together, sometimes over a very long period, it’s difficult to see new projects to fruition.” ~ Akio Morita
  26. “Being a working mother is not easy, but I think it helps you choose what’s important in your life. If I think about starting a new project – whether it be music, a movie or a fragrance – I always stop and think: Is this something I feel really passionate about? That way, if I’m not at home at least it’s for something I really love, and my son can look up to that.” ~ Christina Aguilera
  27. “The one word you should forget when you start a new project is the word ‘I’ – you need to replace that word ‘I’ with the idea of ‘everybody else.” ~ Adam Leipzig

  28. “Those who govern, having much business on their hands, do not generally like to take the trouble of considering and carrying into execution new projects. The best public measures are therefore seldom adopted from previous wisdom, but forced by the occasion.” ~ Benjamin Franklin
  29. “Fashion never stops. There is always the new project, the new opportunity.” ~ Carolina Herrera
  30. “Young people are fitter to invent than to judge; fitter for execution than for counsel; and more fit for new projects than for settled business.” ~ Francis Bacon
  31. “Jesus’s resurrection is the beginning of God’s new project.” ~ N. T. Wright
  32. “Public art is ephemeral by nature. Google ‘s new project not only catalogs an artist’s work but archives it and allows people to see the art long after it has disappeared.” ~ Shepard Fairey

  33. “For me photography is just a way to collect material to realize the ideas in my mind. I get inspired by things around me in my daily life and all kinds of things I see. Every new project is a new challenge and my goal is to realize them as realistic as possible.” ~ Erik Johansson
  34. “Many organizations have put off critical upgrades or new projects to make sure ICD-10 was survivable.” ~ Dick Taylor
  35. “When we consider a project, we really study it-not just the surface idea, but everything about it. And when we go into that new project, we believe in it all the way. We have confidence in our ability to do it right. And we work hard to do the best possible job.” ~ Walt Disney
  36. “Working on new projects gives you the opportunity to learn and absorb new things.” ~ Michelle Ryan

  37. “I have very simple tastes really. I like to ride my bicycle and I like to spend time upstate where it’s quiet and I can take time to think and dream about new projects and possibilities.” ~ Jacob Hashimoto
  38. “I typically go overboard when I research new projects.” ~ Will Wright
  39. “Overcomers have a ‘finishing’ anointing. They don’t merely start things. They keep on moving forward until they complete the task. Many people love to start new things. They like to be creative. They enjoy thinking of new projects and dreaming about new adventures. Often, these people actually start some of the new things they are planning for the future. The problem is that they seldom finish what they start.” ~ Barbara Wentroble
  40. “Research is about following the gleam into the dark. It’s also about being sensitive enough to know which fact is “the creative fact; the fertile fact; the fact that suggests and engenders,” as opposed to the fact that deadens and kills a delicate new project.” ~ Lauren Groff
  41. “I always feel a bit vulnerable when I begin a new project, especially when I am playing a character with either a troubled past or unique personality.” ~ Jake T. Austin

  42. “Some writers are writing one great, big book and just taking all these different avenues towards it. They might seem on the outside to be different, but they’re really not. And that’s a different kind of mindset. I don’t know why it is, but I just feel like I really want to escape myself as much as I can – myself as the artist, or as the writer, or as the thinker – with each new project, because one, it’s just boredom, but also, I guess I just feel most comfortable starting a new book if I just feel a little in the dark about it.” ~ Chang-Rae Lee
  43. “I’m always working on many new projects that I can’t talk about because of NDA’s.” ~ Robin Atkin Downes
  44. “I think about all these influences and musical cultures, then the opinion of the audience is of course important, but when I’m working on an album or a new project, I’m not all the time thinking about what the audience will think about it.” ~ Rokia Traore
  45. “The way I listen to music goes in waves depending on a lot of things. How busy I am, if I’m in between composition projects, if I’m starting a new project. So, the only time I listen to the radio for music is with my daughter’s when I’m driving them to school, or driving them somewhere.” ~ Tod Machover
  46. “Wherever I am in the world I want to be creating new projects and innovations, which are exciting and make a difference to communities.” ~ David Batstone

  47. “It’s hard not to be enthusiastic when you like what you’re doing and I love what I do. I love writing stories, I love coming up with ideas for new projects and I love the people I work with, because I work with great writers and artists and directors and actors.” ~ Stan Lee
  48. “When a new project comes along, I want to know that the experience is going to be challenging and exciting. Part of me is going to be drawn to doing something new and also the satisfaction of intellectual curiosity.” ~ Tom Hiddleston
  49. “I’m a task-oriented actor. A pretender. And I try to invent my process anew each time I make a new project. So I frown on any method.” ~ Willem Dafoe
  50. “I hate writing. I so intensely hate writing – I cannot tell you how much. The moment I am at the end of one project I have the idea that I didn’t really succeed in telling what I wanted to tell, that I need a new project – it’s an absolute nightmare. But my whole economy of writing is in fact based on an obsessional ritual to avoid the actual act of writing.” ~ Slavoj Žižek
  51. “When you start a new project, you wonder whether it’s the right choice.” ~ Jamie Bamber

  52. “Every new project I do is a new invention of myself and reinvigorates me as to why I love the industry.” ~ David Gordon Green
  53. “I never really felt secure until I was well into my 30s, because anytime I had success, I would invest in new projects.” ~ Richard Branson
  54. “I was in the doldrums for a while after my athletics career ended in 1992. I spent six to eight hours a day training, for 18 years, and it took a long time to get over the regret that I wasn’t competing in major championships any more. All I ever wanted to be was the best. But I find new projects and I keep things in perspective.” ~ Daley Thompson
  55. “Where the despair of loneliness and poverty haunts every hour, the optimism to embark on new projects cannot find a place to alight on the brains cortex. Poverty itself is an enormous obstacle to an enlightened and enlightening – not to say healthy – old age.” ~ Sherwin B. Nuland
  56. “When you start a new project and they say, “Your director is going to be Joe Blo,” you’re hoping that Joe Blo will be the next Martin Scorsese, but it doesn’t always work out that way.” ~ Martin Short

  57. “From the first days of my career as an entrepreneur, I have always used my own and my team’s lack of experience to our advantage. In fact, at our first venture, Student magazine, we used our newcomer status to secure great interviews and generate publicity – people were excited about our new project and wanted to get involved. Our inexperience fed our restless enthusiasm for trying new things, which became part of our core mission.” ~ Richard Branson
  58. “To me, work is not a burden but my main hobby. This is why I always take work with me when I go on holidays. Moreover, that’s when new projects occur to me: while contemplating beautiful landscapes or seascapes.” ~ Mario Bunge
  59. “One of the things Mr. Kennedy taught me was that in laying out a new project, you shouldn’t try to cope with every little problem.” ~ Sargent Shriver
  60. “Research is about following the gleam into the dark. It’s also about being sensitive enough to know which fact is “the creative fact; the fertile fact; the fact that suggests and engenders,” as opposed to the fact that deadens and kills a delicate new project.” ~ Lauren Groff

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