65 Output Quotes On Success In Life

These output quotes will inspire you. Output the amount of something produced by a person, machine, or industry.

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

Best Output Quotes

  1. “You have the need and the right to spend part of your life caring for your soul. It is not easy. You have to resist the demands of the work-oriented, often defensive, element in your psyche that measures life only in terms of output – how much you produce – not in terms of the quality of your life experiences. To be a soulful person means to go against all the pervasive, prove-yourself values of our culture and instead treasure what is unique and internal and valuable in yourself and your own personal evolution.” ~ Jean Shinoda Bolen
  2. “Each cell sends electrical pulses to other cells, up to hundreds of times per second. If you represented each of these trillions and trillions of pulses in your brain by a single photon of light, the combined output would be blinding.” ~ David Eagleman
  3. “So, I think the output of our innovation is great. We have a culture of self-improvement. I know we can continue to improve. There is no issue. But at the same time, our absolute level of output is fantastic.” ~ Steve Ballmer
  4. “Stressing output is the key to improving productivity, while looking to increase activity can result in just the opposite.” ~ Paul Gauguin

  5. “Five coordinating mechanisms seem to explain the fundamental ways in which organizations coordinate their work: mutual adjustment, direct supervision, standardization of work processes, standardization of work outputs, and standardization of worker skills.” ~ Henry Mintzberg
  6. “I have often thought that if photography were difficult in the true sense of the term – meaning that the creation of a simple photograph would entail as much time and effort as the production of a good watercolor or etching – there would be a vast improvement in total output. The sheer ease with which we can produce a superficial image often leads to creative disaster.” ~ Ansel Adams
  7. “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output… A steady rate of monetary growth at a moderate level can provide a framework under which a country can have little inflation and much growth. It will not produce perfect stability; it will not produce heaven on earth; but it can make an important contribution to a stable economic society.” ~ Milton Friedman
  8. “Through great input you get great output.” ~ RZA

  9. “Industrial man—a sentient reciprocating engine having a fluctuating output, coupled to an iron wheel revolving with uniform velocity. And then we wonder why this should be the golden age of revolution and mental derangement.” ~ Aldous Huxley
  10. “Hayek was making us think of the productive process as a process in time, inputs coming before outputs.” ~ Friedrich August von Hayek
  11. “Since 2006, we have surpassed Alaska, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and California in oil production to become the second largest oil-producing state in the nation, trailing only Texas. In 2012, North Dakota produced more than 245 million barrels of oil and provided nearly 11 percent of all U.S. output.” ~ John Hoeven
  12. “Creativity is an input to innovation and change is the output from innovation.” ~ Braden Kelley

  13. “Magnitude may be compared to the power output in kilowatts of a [radio] broadcasting station; local intensity, on the Mercalli or similar scale, is then comparable to the signal strength noted on a receiver at a given locality. Intensity, like signal strength, will generally fall off with distance from the source; it will also depend on local conditions at the point of observation, and to some extent on the conditions along the path from source to that point.” ~ Charles Francis Richter
  14. “The best way to help a man increase his output is to help build the man. Help him increase his stature as a man, and he will just naturally do better-on the job and off.” ~ Earl Nightingale
  15. “”You will accomplish a lot more with movement than you will with motivation.” So MOVE. Create action. Make plans and stick to them. But above all: Cut Out The Input, And Begin The Output.” ~ Fernando Cruz
  16. “Strummer’s Law: No input, no output.” ~ Joe Strummer

  17. “Take the classic experiment of using ordinary feedback: just take the output of something and feed it back into the input. Those of us who do that have had really rich experiences. And it is obvious that that line of experimentation can continue.” ~ David Tudor
  18. “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output.” ~ Milton Friedman
  19. “As for comics, one has only to turn to the characteristic output of Marvel Comics, for the period from about 1961 to about 1975, to find not an expression of base and cynical impulses but of good, old-fashioned liberal humanism of a kind that may strike us today, God help us, as quaint, but which nevertheless appealed, in story after story, to ideals such as tolerance, technological optimism, and self-sacrifice for the benefit of others.” ~ Michael Chabon
  20. “Tax increases appear to have a very large sustained and highly significant negative impact on output.” ~ Christina Romer

  21. “During the 1960s, and again in the 1970s, growth in manufacturing productivity in the United Kingdom was the lowest of all the seven major industrial countries in the world. During the 1980s, our annual rate of growth of output per head in manufacturing has been the highest of all the seven major industrial countries.” ~ Nigel Lawson
  22. “Many people think of me as just a riff guitarist, but I think of myself in broader terms. As a musician I think my greatest achievement has been to create unexpected melodies and harmonies within a rock and roll framework. And as a producer I would like to be remembered as someone who was able to sustain a band of unquestionable individual talent, and push it to the forefront during its working career. I think I really captured the best of our output, growth, change and maturity on tape – the multifaceted gem that is Led Zeppelin.” ~ Jimmy Page
  23. “When we hear (as we sometimes do) that (Russia’s) economic output is about half the level of a decade ago or that real incomes have fallen sharply, it is worth recalling that economic statistics under the Soviet Union were hardly more reliable than any other official statements. Moreover, a country that produces what no one wants to buy, and whose workers receive wages that they cannot use to buy goods they want, is hardly in the best of economic health.” ~ Margaret Thatcher
  24. “One of the glories and terrors of working in public is that you do see if your output means anything to anyone.” ~ Jenny Holzer

  25. “Everything I’ve always done has been for the sole purpose of increasing my lovemaking output. A lot of guys won’t admit that, but I do. I just want to make love.” ~ Rick Fox
  26. “All, the intelligent and stupid, diligent and idle, have been swept along on a current of increased output that, in the usual case, owed nothing whatever to their efforts.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  27. “China has made important contribution to the world economy in terms of total economic output and trade, and the RMB has played a role in the world economic development. But making the RMB an international currency will be a fairly long process.” ~ Hu Jintao
  28. “A computer is a machine for constructing mappings from input to output.” ~ Michael Kirby

  29. “Being onstage is just a feeling that you cannot duplicate anywhere else because the energy that the audience is giving you forces you to give more energy. It’s such an output and exchange of energy. You can’t do that anywhere else.” ~ Aaron Tveit
  30. “I love Logic Audio and have been using it for years. All my track outputs used to come up on my old board in the same order as in the old Mac G4 – 1 through 32, came up as 1 through 32, for instance.” ~ Tony Visconti
  31. “My bottom line is that monetary policy should react to rising prices for houses or other assets only insofar as they affect the central bank’s goal variables – output, employment, and inflation.” ~ Janet Yellen
  32. “I am always writing; if you want to survive in this business, you need to keep working, keep creating and never stop the output.” ~ Rufus Wainwright

  33. “I think, then, there’s the sort of, like, political dimension to lyrics. One of the problems that I’ve had with my output as a lyric writer is that I look back at it and there’s some turn-of-phrases and some images and some kind of montage-y kinds of things I’m really proud of. But it kind of bums me out that people have told me again and again that they don’t really understand what I’m trying to say.” ~ J. Robbins
  34. “There are people already sharing eBooks out there, .. and they do it simply because they love books. You don’t buy a second copy of a book, cut the spine off, lay each page on a scanner, run that .tif through an OCR (Optical Character Reader), hand edit the resulting output for errors and then post it online if you don’t love the book. it can up to 80 hours to turn a printed novel into an eBook. I figure if someone out there is willing to put in 80 hours of work promoting my book, then I’d prefer they do it in a way that gives a better return to me.” ~ Cory Doctorow
  35. “[Perl] gives you the STDERR filehandle so that your program can make snide comments off to the side while it transforms (or attempts to transform) your input into your output.” ~ Larry Wall
  36. “Output always equals input.” ~ James Van Fleet

  37. “The European Union and environmental advocacy groups use global warming hysteria to advance their own special agendas. The European Union recognizes any significant reduction in CO2 emissions by the United States will significantly reduce its economic output, thereby bringing it closer to the inferior output of European nations.” ~ Jay H. Lehr
  38. “According to the Tax Foundation, taxes now consume more than 38% of the average family’s budget. That is more than is spent on food, clothing, housing, and transportation combined. Compare this to the plight of medieval serfs. They only had to give the lord of the manor one-third of their output – and they were considered slaves. So what does that make us?” ~ Daniel J. Mitchell
  39. “Taken as a whole, Europe’s share of world output is projected to fall by almost a third in the next two decades. This is the competitiveness challenge – and much of our weakness in meeting it is self-inflicted. Complex rules restricting our labour markets are not some naturally occurring phenomenon.” ~ David Cameron
  40. “Our focus is on outputs rather than inputs.” ~ Stephen Cambone

  41. “As long as man was small in numbers and limited in technology, he could realistically regard the earth as an infinite reservoir, an infinite source of inputs and an infinite cesspool for outputs. Today we can no longer make this assumption. Earth has become a space ship, not only in our imagination but also in the hard realities of the social, biological, and physical system in which man is enmeshed.” ~ Kenneth E. Boulding
  42. “A star is drawing on some vast reservoir of energy by means unknown to us. This reservoir can scarcely be other than the subatomic energy which, it is known exists abundantly in all matter; we sometimes dream that man will one day learn how to release it and use it for his service. The store is well nigh inexhaustible, if only it could be tapped. There is sufficient in the Sun to maintain its output of heat for 15 billion years.” ~ Arthur Eddington
  43. “[T]he theory of output as a whole, which is what the following book purports to provide, is much more easily adapted to the conditions of a totalitarian state, than is the theory of production and distribution of a given output produced under the conditions of free competition and a large measure of laissez-faire.” ~ John Maynard Keynes
  44. “It is interesting to note that everyone has a different take on the world, a different opinion, and given the same inputs have completely different outputs.” ~ Penelope Fitzgerald

  45. “Be patient and sympathetic with the type of mind that cuts a poor figure in examinations. It may, in the long examination which life sets us, come out in the end in better shape than the glib and ready reproducer, its passions being deeper, its purposes more worthy, its combining power less commonplace, and its total mental output consequently more important.” ~ William James
  46. “I have visited sweatshops, factories, and crowded slums. If I could not see it, I could smell it. The foundation of society is laid upon a basis of . . . individualism, conquest and exploitation . . . A social order such as this, built upon such wrong and basic principles, is bound to retard the development of all. The output of a cotton mill or a coal mine is considered of greater importance than the production of healthy, happy-hearted and free human beings. We, the people, are not free. Our democracy is but a name.” ~ Helen Keller
  47. “The world values the seer above all men, and has always done so. Nay, it values all men in proportion as they partake of the character of seers. The Elgin Marbles and a decision of John Marshall are valued for the same reason. What we feel in them is a painstaking submission to facts beyond the author’s control, and to ideas imposed on him by his vision. So with Beethoven’s Symphonies, with Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations – with any conceivable output of the human mind of which you approve. You love them because you say, These things were not made, they were seen.” ~ John Jay Chapman
  48. “Unless each man produces more than he receives, increases his output, there will be less for him than all the others.” ~ Bernard Baruch

  49. “What’s been important in my understanding of myself and others is the fact that each one of us is so much more than any one thing. A sick child is much more than his or her sickness. A person with a disability is much, much more than a handicap. A pediatrician is more than a medical doctor. You’re MUCH more than your job description or your age or your income or your output.” ~ Fred Rogers
  50. “Capitalism is a powerful producer of output, crisis-mongering on the left notwithstanding, and this too makes the system seem to have a lot of promise. This is why it is so important to agitate against the system in good times and bad. We can’t depend on some super crisis to get folks thinking but instead have to focus on all of the contradictions of the system which cannot be ultimately resolved by it.” ~ Michael Yates
  51. “In order to prepare for meaningful change, we have to look at both sides of the problem. We need to examine the output of our political system, which is often very hostile to the poor abroad and hostile also to the poor and middle class domestically. And we must also look at the procedures through which this output is produced.” ~ Thomas Pogge
  52. “Radiohead is overrated. Thom Yorke’s solo output, however, is brilliant.” ~ Thom Yorke

  53. “I think a business guy is different from an artist. They walk different paths. Artists create the best outputs when they’re having fun. And when a good business partner supports them from the side, it creates great synergy. When someone’s trying to do both, I think the music gets bad and the business gets bad, too.” ~ G-Dragon
  54. “Efficiency in government is a more elusive concept than efficiency in the private economy, which may be measured relatively easily as output per units of input. What is the government’s ‘output?'” ~ Nathan Myhrvold
  55. “So I just had to step up how I was doing it and the moment that I stepped up and the moment I focused all my energy on that is when things started to happen. So there’s a direct relationship between my inspiration and my output.” ~ Talib Kweli
  56. “I can’t keep up with Stephen King’s output.” ~ Anne Rice

  57. “When you do something with a lot of honesty, appetite and commitment, the input reflects the output.” ~ A. R. Rahman
  58. “The means of communication, the irresistible output of the entertainment and information industry carry with them prescribed attitudes and habits, certain intellectual and emotional reactions which bind the consumers to the producers and, through the latter to the whole social system. The products indoctrinate and manipulate; they promote a false consciousness which is immune against its falsehood…Thus emerges a pattern of one-dimensional thought and behavior.” ~ Herbert Marcuse
  59. “Increased government spending can provide a temporary stimulus to demand and output but in the longer run higher levels of government spending crowd out private investment or require higher taxes that weaken growth by reducing incentives to save, invest, innovate, and work.” ~ Martin Feldstein
  60. “It makes very little sense to believe the output of the climate models.” ~ Freeman Dyson

  61. “Psychiatrists declare that most of our fatigue derives from our mental and emotional attitudes… What kinds of emotional factors tire the sedentary (or sitting) worker? Joy? Contentment? No! Never! Boredom, resentment, a feeling of not being appreciated, a feeling of futility, hurry, anxiety, worry-those are the emotional factors that exhaust the sitting worker, make him susceptible to colds, reduce his output, and send him home with a nervous headache. Yes, we get tired because our emotions produce nervous tensions in the body.” ~ Dale Carnegie
  62. “In the quest for comparative advantage, investment will flow towards those countries that can offer more output for fewer emissions. Inaction will cost jobs. Action will support jobs.” ~ Julia Gillard
  63. “There’s only so much artistic output that I can actually expel at any one given time.” ~ Karl Urban

  64. “Tax increases appear to have a very large sustained and highly significant negative impact on output. Since most of our exogenous tax changes are in fact reductions, the more intuitive way to express this result is that tax cuts have very large and persistent positive output effects” ~ Christina Romer
  65. “He who acts under an emotional impulse also acts. What distinguishes an emotional action from other actions is the valuation of input and output. Emotions disarrange valuations. Inflamed with passion, man sees the goal as more desirable and the price he has to pay for it as less burdensome than he would in cool deliberation.” ~ Ludwig von Mises

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