62 Newcomers Quotes On Success In Life

These newcomers quotes will inspire you. Newcomers, a person or thing that has recently arrived in a place or joined a group.

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

Best Newcomers Quotes

  1. “The danger of tautological propositions is considerable in discussions of the concept of normal profits. Because supernormal profits seem to invite newcomers to an industry and sub-normal profits seem to drive away those who are in an industry, some writers are inclined to define normal profits as the earnings of the fixed resources in an industry which neither grows nor declines in size or number of firms. It should be clear that such a definition is useless: it muddles together attractiveness and actual afflux, desirability of entry and ease of entry, zero profits and monopoly rents.” ~ Fritz Machlup
  2. “A three billion year old planet floating in the vast universe with mountains, seventy percent seas and oceans, fertile lands, immense forests, rivers and lakes, seashores and deserts, this is where we humans have the privilege to live, the latest, most advanced newcomers in evolution. What an immense, incredible responsibility we have to be a right, positive element in the further evolution of that planet. That is the big question before us in the new century and millennium.” ~ Robert Muller
  3. “The goal of the FED, as with all central banks, is three-fold: (1) to protect the largest commercial banks from their depositors, who occasionally exercise their contractual right to withdraw currency (the ungrateful cads); (2) to control entry of newcomers into the bankers’ cartel (interlopers); (3) to keep the stock market from collapsing in a panic, thereby persuading depositors to withdraw currency” ~ Gary North
  4. “I love telling press the designers I’m wearing, especially if they are emerging. That’s exciting to me, supporting talented newcomers.” ~ Mindy Kaling

  5. “As a young man just beginning to publish some short fiction in the t&a magazines, I was fairly optimistic about my chances of getting published; I knew that I had some game, as the basketball players say these days, and I also felt that time was on my side; sooner or later the best-selling writers of the sixties and seventies would either die or go senile, making room for newcomers like me.” ~ Stephen King
  6. “As a newcomer, I was often expected to carry the bags of the older players, or get them burgers. That can make you feel pretty miserable.” ~ Dirk Nowitzki
  7. “The problem with much of the debate over this issue is that we confuse two separate matters: immigration policy (how many people we admit) and immigrant policy (how we treat people who are already here). What our nation needs is a pro-immigrant policy of low immigration. A pro-immigrant policy of low immigration can reconcile America’s traditional welcome for newcomers with the troubling consequences of today’s mass immigration. It would enable us to be faithful and wise stewards of America’s interests while also showing immigrants the respect they deserve as future Americans.” ~ Tom Tancredo”Today, most newcomers from film families are launched in outside films.” ~ Arjun Kapoor , Welcome newcomers quotes
  8. “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
  9. “For a relative newcomer, it’s obviously a dream to work with such a talented actress as Anna Paquin, who won an Oscar at 10, or something ridiculous like that. That’s a dream.” ~ Giles Matthey

  10. “In each of my friends there is something that only some other friend can fully bring out. By myself I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity; I want other lights than my own to show all his facets… Hence true Friendship is the least jealous of loves. Two friends delight to be joined by a third, and three by a fourth, if only the newcomer is qualified to become a real friend. They can then say, as the blessed souls say in Dante, “Here comes one who will augment our loves.” For in this love “to divide is not to take away.” ~ C. S. Lewis
  11. “To keep an organization young and fit, don’t hire anyone until everybody’s so overworked they’ll be glad to see the newcomer no matter where he sits.” ~ Robert Townsend
  12. “The newcomers quickly learned their way about and soon felt at home. The Homestead Act of 1862 provided them, as well as many other pioneers, with an opportunity to acquire land and establish family farms. To the land-hungry immigrants, the tough prairie sod seemed a golden opportunity and they conquered it by hard work.” ~ Harry S. Truman
  13. “Satan (impatiently) to Newcomer: The trouble with you Chicago people is, that you think you are the best people down here; whereas you are merely the most numerous.” ~ Mark Twain

  14. “We have experienced the truth of this prophecy, for England has become the habitation of outsiders and the dominion of foreigners. Today, no Englishman is earl, bishop, or Abbott, and newcomers gnaw away at the riches and very innards of England; nor is there any hope for an end of this misery.” ~ William of Malmesbury
  15. “If a comic comes out on the scene and it’s really knock-out brilliant, the community is pretty good about getting the word about good newcomers.” ~ Scott McCloud
  16. “With Sumthin Else Music Works, I wanted to spread the love and give newcomers a chance to make it because something that really helped me were all the people who had given me an opportunity when I was putting my career together.” ~ Nile Rodgers
  17. “Los Angeles and New York are the big centers of the music industry worldwide so of course it can be hard for newcomers who don’t know what to expect from the music business.” ~ Ville Valo

  18. “Italy have plenty of high-quality players. Newcomers need time to get adjusted to the set-up and the system of play. I’m very young, and although I think I have shown good quality in my international games, I realise that there are plenty of others competing for places.” ~ Alessandro Del Piero
  19. “Many years ago I was in another soap opera called The Newcomers which was on twice a week for three years. I really don’t think I could do another stint like that again.” ~ Jeremy Bulloch
  20. “In preseason camp, there are no friends. when newcomers arrive trying to take not only your job, but maybe your best friend’s job, you work together to try to help each other. Everyone is an outsider until you’re given a uniform.” ~ Sue Wicks
  21. “I am not a newcomer, you know, so I want to be judged for what I did when I was prime minister last time in Italy and president of the European Commission for more than five years.” ~ Romano Prodi

  22. “I admire them [latinos] for making their way up and opening new opportunities for other Latin newcomers. Latinos have come a long way and the roles and opportunities just seem to be improving.” ~ Roselyn Sanchez
  23. “It is not new or unusual for the real Americans, meaning those immigrants who came to America a little bit longer ago, to fear the outsiders, the pretenders, the newcomers.” ~ Luis Gutierrez
  24. “I really trust the authenticity of real people and my job is to get them to be themselves in front of the camera. Often what happens is, you’ll get a newcomer in front of the camera and they’ll freeze up or they imitate actors or other performances that they’ve admired and so they stop becoming themselves. And so my job as the director is just to always return them to what I first saw in them, which was simply an uncensored human being.” ~ Steven Spielberg
  25. “To the newcomer who has not learned its language, a large city is a chaos of details, a vast Woolworths store of differently colored, similarly priced objects.” ~ Jonathan Raban

  26. “Generally speaking, experience counts for something. So you’d expect entrepreneurs who’ve been through the ups and downs of a tech startup to have an advantage over the newcomers. Or at least have an equal chance at success. But in fact the opposite may be true. A number of venture capitalists I’ve spoken with have said that too many “old guard” entrepreneurs are not being bold enough in their business decisions, and it’s hurting their startups.” ~ Michael Arrington
  27. “I’ve been in New York for 15 months. Winning two stars in the Zagat number one best newcomer within ten months of opening in New York has taught me a big lesson.” ~ Gordon Ramsay
  28. Dalai Lama was leading his country during the rigors of World War II, he was in Beijing for a year in 1954; he was up against Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai from the time that he was fifteen. So he’s no newcomer or naive when it comes to politics.” ~ Pico Iyer

  29. “The second disk was taped at our all-night anniversary show. And some of those sets are taped at like 4:30 or 5 in the morning, when people are a little groggy and not doing what they would do if they knew it was being recorded. That said, that disk has an entirely different flavor. It’s more experimental. It has more of the newcomers on it. It has people doing stuff that you won’t see on Comedy Central or HBO specials.” ~ B. J. Porter
  30. “Where are the leaders who can speak to the idea that it is not alien to American interests, but very much in our socioeconomic interests – not to mention our spiritual health – to integrate immigrants, that our nation functions best when we welcome newcomers and help them participate fully in our society?” ~ Andrew Lam
  31. “I think people are much more concerned about money now. There aren’t the big advances of the past. You feel the sense of nervousness about the book industry. It’s not like before. Not that I knew very much about what it was like because I was a newcomer to it, but I get that feeling that people are more conservative in their book choices and what they are going to publish and what’s a sure sell. As opposed to – just like in the economy – a sense of luxury and sense of risk taking ten years ago.” ~ Sandra Cisneros
  32. “Bill Gates is a relative newcomer to the fight against global warming, but he’s already shifting the debate over climate change.” ~ Jeff Goodell

  33. “The Jew is neither a newcomer nor an alien in this country or on this continent; his Americanism is as original and ancient as that of any race or people with the exception of the American Indian and other aborigines. He came in the caravels of Columbus, and he knocked at the gates of New Amsterdam only thirty-five years after the Pilgrim Fathers stepped ashore on Plymouth Rock.” ~ Oscar Straus
  34. “I think that America is an ideal place for the privileged homeless, who are used to different cultures. It’s easiest and most accommodating because it is a country of exiles and immigrants and newcomers. There are no walls, in that sense. There is always the sense that traditions are being made as we speak. So you can slot yourself in. If you are living at a distance in society, this is one of the most congenial societies to live in.” ~ Pico Iyer
  35. “The United States, a land of immigrants from every corner of the world, has been strengthened and unified because its newcomers have historically chosen ultimately to forgo their native language for the English language. We have all benefited from the sharing of ideas, of cultures and beliefs, made possible by a common language. We have all enriched each other.” ~ S. I. Hayakawa
  36. “What fetched me instantly (and thousands of other newcomers with me) was the subtle but unmistakable sense of escape from the United States.” ~ H. L. Mencken

  37. “The America to which these Swedish settlers came was a land that needed the hardy qualities they brought. It was not a land that was particularly softhearted towards newcomers, but everyone believed that each should have a fair chance regardless of his origin.” ~ Harry S. Truman
  38. “There is no way to create wealth without ideas. Most new ideas are created by newcomers. So anyone who thinks the world is safe for incumbents is dead wrong.” ~ Gary Hamel
  39. “To the newcomer to the south, hearing that a coworker plans a weekend visit to ‘mama and them’s’ (the correct plural possessive, don’tchaknow), might make him think that mama has been left alone either throught an act of scoundreldom involving the town’s resident hoochie-mama (an altogether different kind of mama) or Daddy’s untimely demise.” ~ Celia Rivenbark
  40. “Perhaps the greatest danger of our global community is that the person in LA thinks he knows Cambodia because he’s seen The Killing Fields on-screen, and the newcomer from Cambodia thinks he knows LA because he’s seen City of Angels on video.” ~ Pico Iyer

  41. “Geffrey Davis interrogates masculinity- as brother, son, father, lover-to examine the sources of love’s enduring and failed aspects … I admire Davis’ emotional vocabulary, his attentive generosity and tenderness. Keep your eye on this gifted newcomer.” ~ Robin Becker
  42. “Present global culture is a kind of arrogant newcomer. It arrives on the planetary stage following four and a half billion years of other acts, and after looking about for a few thousand years declares itself in possession of eternal truths. But in a world that is changing as fast as ours, this is a prescription for disaster. No nation, no religion, no economic system, no body of knowledge, is likely to have all the answers for our survival. There must be many social systems that would work far better than any now in existence. In the scientific tradition, our task is to find them.” ~ Carl Sagan
  43. “Since when do we even play games?” “Since when don’t we play games? Games of life, games of death. Games of love, of hope, of chance, of despair, and of all the myriad wonders in between.” I rolled my eyes at the newcomer. “Hello, Carter.” ~ Richelle Mead
  44. “M. Myriel had to undergo the fate of every newcomer in a little town, where there are many mouths which talk, and very few heads which think.” ~ Victor Hugo

  45. “Once again she would arrive at a foreign place. Once again be the newcomer, an outsider, the one who did not belong. She knew from experience that she would quickly have to ingratiate herself with her new masters to avoid being rejected or, in more dire cases, punished. Then there would be the phase where she would have to sharpen her senses in order to see and hear as acutely as possible so that she could assimilate quickly all the new customs and the words most frequently used by the group she was to become a part of–so that finally, she would be judged on her own merits.” ~ Laura Esquivel
  46. “Ivypool felt her mouth drop open “Hollyleaf? But…you you’re dead!” “Obviously not,” the newcomer replied with an edge to her voice.” ~ Erin Hunter
  47. “American society is very like a fish society. . . . Among certain species of fish, the only thing which determines order of dominance is length of time in the fishbowl. The oldest resident picks on the newest resident, and if the newest resident is removed to a new bowl, he, as oldest resident, will pick on the newcomers.” ~ Margaret Mead
  48. “The literary scene is a kind of Medusa’s raft, small and sinking, and one’s instinct when a newcomer tries to clamber aboard is to step on his fingers.” ~ John Updike

  49. “Actually even at the beginning of my career, I never felt rejected. I was still working hard and believed in myself. I wasn’t in a hurry and was picking and choosing projects carefully even then when I was just a newcomer. My attitude towards films hasn’t changed even after these years.” ~ Katrina Kaif
  50. “The Spirit of Place [does not] exert its full influence upon a newcomer until the old inhabitant is dead or absorbed. So America…. The moment the last nuclei of Red [Indian] life break up in America, then the white men will have to reckon with the full force of the demon of the continent.” ~ D. H. Lawrence
  51. “I defy any newcomer not to believe his or her publicity at the very beginning. It’s only natural. At least it was for me.” ~ Susan Hayward
  52. “Vermonters, it seems to me, are like ethnics in their own land. They are exceedingly conscious of their difference from other Americans, and they talk a great deal about outsiders, newcomers, and people from the south.” ~ Jan Morris

  53. “How is the newcomer to deal with Rome? What is one to make of this marble rubble, this milk of wolves, this blood of Caesars, this sunrise of Renaissance, this baroquely of blown stone, this warm hive of Italians, this antipasto of civilization?” ~ Shana Alexander
  54. “Never since the dawn of human history, as far as I can find out, did people long settled in any region give a friendly welcome to newcomers. One of the disagreeable traits of our human nature seems to be to dislike on sight people who come later than the first settlers.” ~ Dorothy Canfield Fisher
  55. “The observations that have developed over the years have given us perspective about where we fit in. We are newcomers, really recent arrivals on a planet that is four and a half billion years old.” ~ Sylvia Earle
  56. “It is good to live in a country where all are immigrants … the newcomer is simply the latest arrival.” ~ Rudolf Arnheim

  57. “Part of America’s genius has always been its ability to absorb newcomers, to forge a national identity out of the disparate lot that arrived on our shores.” ~ Barack Obama
  58. “Perhaps the greatest danger of our global community is that the person in LA thinks he knows Cambodia because he’s seen The Killing Fields on-screen, and the newcomer from Cambodia thinks he knows LA because he’s seen City of Angels on video.” ~ Pico Iyer
  59. “It doesn’t seem that long ago to me that the word ‘irreverent’ seemed affixed to my name. ‘Irreverent newcomer.’ I went from irreverent to venerable in what seems to me like the blink of an eye.” ~ Bob Costas
  60. “Today a newcomer to the state is automatically eligible for our many aid programs the moment he crosses the border.” ~ Ronald Reagan

  61. “What fetched me instantly (and thousands of other newcomers with me) was the subtle but unmistakable sense of escape from the United States.” ~ H. L. Mencken
  62. “Dalai Lama was leading his country during the rigors of World War II, he was in Beijing for a year in 1954; he was up against Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai from the time that he was fifteen. So he’s no newcomer or naive when it comes to politics.” ~ Pico Iyer

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