65 Overload Quotes On Success In Life

These overload quotes will inspire you. Overload an excessive load or amount or load with too great a burden or cargo.

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

Best Overload Quotes

  1. “I have a theory about the human mind. A brain is a lot like a computer. It will only take so many facts, and then it will go on overload and blow up.” ~ Erma Bombeck
  2. “To invent without scruple a new principle to every new phenomenon, instead of adapting it to the old; to overload our hypothesis with a variety of this kind, are certain proofs that none of these principles is the just one, and that we only desire, by a number of falsehoods, to cover our ignorance of the truth.” ~ David Hume
  3. “One of the effects of living with electric information is that we live habitually in a state of information overload. There’s always more than you can cope with.” ~ Marshall McLuhan
  4. “I have always been a sucker for ballads, but you have to be careful these days, you can’t overload people.” ~ Joe Cocker

  5. “We cling nervously to the melody, but we don’t handle it freely, we don’t really make anything new out of it, we merely overload it.” ~ Johannes Brahms
  6. “We have used the Bible as if it was a mere special constable’s handbook — an opium-dose for keeping beasts of burden patient while they were being overloaded — a mere book to keep the poor in order.” ~ Charles Kingsley
  7. “I believe C++ instills fear in programmers, fear that the interaction of some details causes unpredictable results. Its unmanageable complexity has spawned more fear-preventing tools than any other language, but the solution should have been to create and use a language that does not overload the whole goddamn human brain with irrelevant details.” ~ Erik Naggum
  8. “There are moments when mental overload can render words impossible.” ~ Nicholas Sparks

  9. “If you do have to look at polls, you should do it no more than once every few days, to get a general sense of the state of the race. I’ve seen the work on information overload, which makes people depressed, stressed and freezes their brains. I know that checking the polls constantly is a recipe for self-deception and anxiety.” ~ David Brooks
  10. “Information overload is a symptom of our desire to not focus on what’s important. It is a choice.” ~ Brian Solis
  11. “With YouTube – with the Internet in general – you have information overload. The people who dont necessarily get credit are the curators.” ~ Chad Hurley
  12. “The cure to information overload is more information.” ~ David Weinberger

  13. “[On a high school visit by Destiny’s Child:] Then they appeared, golden Glamazons resplendent in hot pants the size of a dryer sheet and gold stiletto boots. The kids in the front row, clearly on funkiness overload, had the walleyed look of the Today’s Catch section of the supermarket.” ~ Jancee Dunn
  14. “We really are living in an age of information overload. Google estimates that there are 300 exabytes (300 followed by 18 zeros) of human-made information in the world today. Only four years ago there were just 30 exabytes. We’ve created more information in the past few years than in all of human history before us.” ~ Daniel Levitin
  15. “On the road, it’s constant sensory overload, and it’s easy to lose track of days and time and to get caught up in the constant giving of yourself.” ~ Chuck Ragan
  16. “The ass bears the load, but not the overload.” ~ Miguel de Cervantes

  17. “Predating the Internet and predating videos, you had an active imagination. You would hear sounds and then get mental pictures of what these sounds felt like to you. It engaged you and made you more invested in it. It made you want to get tickets to the show, buy the album, put the poster on the wall. Now it’s sensory overload.” ~ Q-Tip
  18. “everything is toxic. That’s the point. You can’t avoid toxins. Thinking you can is just another symptom of the toxic overload stage.” ~ Jane Smiley
  19. “My notion of art is very maximalist and souped-up: I love spectacle, overload, magic materials, magic words, incantation and litany, incarnation and possession, spilling and wounds. Art as a sacred event.” ~ Joyelle McSweeney
  20. “Don’t overload Gratitude; if you do, she’ll kick.” ~ Benjamin Franklin

  21. “When you talk to people who have been in combat, there’s a sensory overload that happens. The color becomes vivid. Sounds become more pronounced. People talk about how, for them, the war was technicolor and real life was black and white after the war.” ~ David Ayer
  22. “It’s like being a newborn, this sudden sensory overload of noise, color, smells and gravity after months of quietly floating, encased in relative calm and isolation. No wonder babies cry in protest when they’re born.” ~ Chris Hadfield
  23. “When the next big problem comes online, be it the Euro crisis, nuclear proliferation, an overstretched Internet, a killer flu, or any of the other possibilities I consider in X-Events, we will suffer a complexity overload.” ~ John L. Casti
  24. “I always try not to overload my music with orchestration and to use only those instruments that are absolutely necessary.” ~ Abel Korzeniowski

  25. “The higher octave light that comes from samadhi, the kundalini of samadhi, this you can absorb continuously. You can never overload. It can never hurt you.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  26. “As far as stimulus from the visual arts specifically, there is today in most of us a visual appetite that is hungry, that is acutely undernourished. One might go so far as to say that Protestants in particular suffer from a form of visual anorexia. It is not that there is a lack of visual stimuli, but rather a lack of wholesomeness of form and content amidst the all-pervasive sensory overload.” ~ John Walford
  27. “Overloading attention shrinks mental control. Life immersed in digital distractions creates a near constant cognitive overload. And that overload wears out self-control.” ~ Daniel Goleman
  28. “We tend to select top men for their character and capacity, then overload them according to their willingness.” ~ Clarence Benjamin Jones

  29. “When I teach a new group of students, I introduce some yoga philosophy, but I don’t overload them with information. Just enough so they understand the real tradition behind this ancient practice and that it’s not a stretching class. Guys come in and they’re a little nervous. I tell them that when they cross the threshold of the door, they’re crossing to a different dimension. They’re moving from an externally-oriented reality to an internally-oriented one.” ~ James Fox
  30. “The type of work I do is more like CrossFit, so I do track workouts, and I do boxing workouts. So it’s a lot of different things that I do. I don’t want to overload the body too much, but when we do the hill, it’s not like workouts.” ~ Adrian Peterson , Work overload quotes
  31. “The G20 was established as a forum to discuss, first and foremost, world economic issues. If we load it with… Of course, politics affects economic processes, this is obvious, but if we bring some squabbles, or not squabbles, rather, some matters that are really important but relate purely to world politics, we will overload the G20 agenda and instead of addressing such issues as finance, structural economic reforms, tax evasion and so forth, we will engage in endless debates concerning the Syrian crisis or some other global challenges, of which there are many, or the Middle East problem.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  32. “Now, we live in an age where we have so much information that we do tend to overload. The Greeks did too, though.” ~ Oliver Stone

  33. “Our world is so bursting-full of natural wonder that we are all experiencing a sensory overload. We are no longer perceiving all of Ú the details, just the ones that immediately interest us.” ~ Vera Nazarian
  34. “An entrepreneur… is a person of action, one who possesses an unnatural overload of two attributes: optimism and determination. Because entrepreneurs are optimistic, they don’t see barriers; because they’re determined, they never quit. Individuals who posses extreme amounts of optimism and determination get things done.” ~ Jim Clifton
  35. “I don’t think information overload is a function of the volume of information. It’s a derivative of the volume of information plus the sense-making tools you have.” ~ Paul Saffo
  36. “We overload in our workouts so that the game slows down in real life. It helps you become a smarter basketball player.” ~ Stephen Curry

  37. “Were we to aim in every case at the kind of supreme beauty exemplified by Sta Maria della Salute, we should end with aesthetic overload. The clamorous masterpieces, jostling for attention side by side, would lose their distinctiveness, and the beauty of each of them would be at war with the beauty of the rest.” ~ Roger Scruton
  38. “Information overload will lead to ‘future shock syndrome’ as an individual will suffer severe physical and mental disturbances.” ~ Alvin Toffler , Information overload quotes
  39. “Information Overload = “information pollution”” ~ Jakob Nielsen
  40. “The greatest challenge Internet users face is information overload.” ~ James Garner

  41. “Which is worse, overload or underload? Luckily, I never had to choose. One or Pass on to where? Back into my cells to lurk like a virus waiting for the next opportunity? Out into the ether of the world to wait for the circumstances that would provoke its reappearance? Endogenous or exogenous, nature or nurture – it’s the great mystery of mental illness.” ~ Susanna Kaysen
  42. “In an age of information overload … the last thing any of us needs is more information about God. We need the practice of incarnation, by which God saves the lives of those whose intellectual assent has turned them dry as dust, who have run frighteningly low on the Bread of Life, who are dying to know more God in their bodies. Not more about God. More God.” ~ Rachel Held Evans
  43. “My life has gotten a little more complicated than my ability to describe it. That used to be the definition of madness, now it’s just continuous overload.” ~ Bharati Mukherjee
  44. “Mobile is the future, and there’s no such thing as communication overload.” ~ Eric Schmidt

  45. “I felt I had nothing more to say. Everything would have had to be a replay of the previous two or three albums, and that decided me to stop. What bothered me most was not playing guitar at all anymore. I felt I had no more contact with the instrument. It was just a piece of wood to me. I even thought music had definitely left me. After fourteen albums, there may be an overload phase, a sort of lassitude.” ~ Richard Pinhas
  46. “I think it was Samuel Johnson who said, “There are two kinds of information in this world: that what you know and that what you know where to get.” The tools help the latter, and that’s what keeps us from going nuts. The sense of overload comes from the gap between that sudden jump in volume (of information) and the tools we have to make sense of it.” ~ Paul Saffo
  47. “Gene told me the next day that I got it wrong. But he was not in a taxi, after an evening of total sensory overload, with the most beautiful woman in the world. I believed I did well. I detected the trick question. I wanted Rosie to like me, and I remembered her passionate statement about men treating women as objects. She was testing to see if I saw her as an object or as a person. Obviously the correct answer was the latter. ‘I haven’t really noticed,’ I told the most beautiful woman in the world.” ~ Graeme Simsion
  48. “This overload is edging me further out to sea, I need to put some distances between overkill and me.” ~ Elton John

  49. “I was so awash in sensory overload that I was caught completely unaware when he did push me away” ~ Richelle Mead
  50. “I am a dreamer of words, of written words. I think I am reading; a word stops me. I leave the page. The syllables of the word begin to move around. Stressed accents begin to invert. The word abandons its meaning like an overload which is too heavy and prevents dreaming. Then words take on other meanings as if they had the right to be young. And the words wander away, looking in the nooks and crannies of vocabulary for new company, bad company.” ~ Gaston Bachelard
  51. “Testosterone overload?” Merinus gave an unladylike grunt. “More like asshole overload if you ask me.” ~ Lora Leigh
  52. “Overload ’em with information an’ they’ll kill yeh jus’ to simplify things.” ~ J. K. Rowling

  53. “It was as if the sensory overload that is American life had somehow led to sensory deprivation, a gilded weariness, where everything is permitted and nothing appreciated.” ~ J. Maarten Troost
  54. “I’ve come to see our central nervous system as a kind of vintage switchboard, all thick foam wires and old-fashioned plugs. The circuitry isn’t properly equipped; after a surplus of emotional information the system overloads, the circuit breaks, the board runs dark. That’s what shock is.” ~ Darin Strauss
  55. “Just as one spoils the stomach by overfeeding and thereby impairs the whole body, so can one overload and choke the mind by giving it too much nourishment. For the more one reads the fewer are the traces left of what one has read; the mind is like a tablet that has been written over and over. Hence it is impossible to reflect; and it is only by reflection that one can assimilate what one has read. If one reads straight ahead without pondering over it later, what has been read does not take root, but is for the most part lost.” ~ Arthur Schopenhauer
  56. “It’s not information overload. It’s filter failure.” ~ Clay Shirky

  57. “Oh no, if you really want to be wicked to him, nuke it first. (Geary) Yeah, but given his reaction to the cupcake, that might overload his taste buds with pleasure and kill him. (Tory)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  58. “My emotions overload because there is no hand to hold, there’s no shoulder here to lean on; I’m walking all on my own.” ~ Christina Aguilera
  59. “Home was BAMA, the Sprawl, the Boston-Atlanta Metropolitan Axis. Program a map to display frequency of data exchange, every thousand megabytes a single pixel on a very large screen. Manhattan and Atlanta burn solid white. Then they start to pulse, the rate of traffic threatening to overload your simulation. Your map is about to go nova. Cool it down. Up your scale. Each pixel a million megabytes. At a hundred million megabytes per second, you begin to make out certain blocks in midtown Manhattan, outlines of hundred-year-old industrial parks ringing the old core of Atlanta.” ~ William Gibson
  60. “Awaken people’s curiosity. It is enough to open minds, do not overload them. Put there just a spark.” ~ Anatole France

  61. “Unlimited choice is paralyzing. The Internet has made this form of paralysis due to option overload a standard feature of comfortable modern life.” ~ Susan Orlean
  62. “With blue vinyl-tile floor, pale-green wainscoating, pink walls, a yellow ceiling, and orange-and-white stork-patterned drapes, the expectant fathers’ lounge churned with the negative energy of color overload. It would have served well as the nervous-making set for a nightmare about a children’s-show host who led a secret life as an ax murderer. The chain-smoking clown didn’t improve the ambience.” ~ Dean Koontz
  63. “In this world of numbness and information overload, the ability to feel, my boy, is a rare gift indeed.” ~ Patrick Ness

  64. “Normal people have an incredible lack of empathy. They have good emotional empathy, but they don’t have much empathy for the autistic kid who is screaming at the baseball game because he can’t stand the sensory overload. Or the autistic kid having a meltdown in the school cafeteria because there’s too much stimulation.” ~ Temple Grandin
  65. “The fewer data needed, the better the information. And an overload of information, that is, anything much beyond what is truly needed, leads to information blackout. It does not enrich, but impoverishes.” ~ Peter Drucker

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