64 Receiver Quotes On Success In Life

These receiver quotes will inspire you. Receiver a person who gets or accepts something that has been sent or given to them.

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

Best Receiver Quotes

  1. “The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.” ~ William Blake
  2. “It’s more blessed to give than to receive – especially kittens.” ~ Bill Cosby
  3. “Cathode-ray tubes are the most important items in a television receiver.” ~ John Logie Baird
  4. “Love beautifies the giver and elevates the receiver.” ~ Sivananda

  5. “In all works of liberality something more is to be considered besides the occasion of the givers; and that is the occasion of the receivers.” ~ Thomas Sprat
  6. “E-mail importance is defined by the receiver, not the sender.” ~ Chris Alexander
  7. “”A real work of art destroys, in the consciousness of the receiver, the separation between himself and the artist.”” ~ Leo Tolstoy
  8. “No man esteems anything that comes to him by chance; but when it is governed by reason, it brings credit both to the giver and receiver; whereas those favors are in some sort scandalous that make a man ashamed of his patron.” ~ Seneca the Younger

  9. “Gratitude is a virtue disposing the mind to an inward sense and an outward acknowledgment of a benefit received, together with a readiness to return the same, or the like, as occasions of the doer of it shall require, and the abilities of the receiver extend to. He who receives a good turn, should never forget it: he who does one, should never remember it.” ~ Pierre Charron
  10. “What makes false reckoning, as regards gratitude, is that the pride of the giver and the receiver cannot agree as to the value of the benefit.” ~ Francois de La Rochefoucauld
  11. “The productive sender is the outer world, the external reality including our own body. The receiver is our deep self, the conscious ego, which then transforms the outer stimuli into a psychological experience.” ~ Albert Hofmann
  12. “Every guy has different strengths in the NFL. Receivers are different, running backs are different, but they all have that one thing that they do thats special: that thing that keeps them on the roster every year.” ~ Larry Fitzgerald

  13. “Acting was a lot like football. When you’re a DB and you’re one on one with a receiver, you’re going to dance. It’s go-time in front of 100,000 people and everybody watching on TV. That’s exactly how it is when a director says ‘Action!’ It’s the same adrenaline rush, the same training process. I love it.” ~ Brian J. White
  14. “Every guy has different strengths in the NFL. Receivers are different, running backs are different, but they all have that one thing that they do thats special: that thing that keeps them on the roster every year.” ~ Larry Fitzgerald
  15. “But even in a telephone booth
    evil can seep out of the receiver
    and we must cover it with a mattress,
    and then tear it from its roots
    and bury it,
    bury it.” ~ Anne Sexton
  16. “Tight end is one of the hardest positions to play in football. It’s right up there with quarterback and cornerback. You have to have the skills of a wide receiver and the strength of an offensive lineman, and it’s not easy to balance those two.” ~ Tony Gonzalez

  17. “I don’t have any TVs with their over-the-air receivers connected in my house. But when I’m in a hotel room or other places that have a TV, then I turn it on and flip the channels just like everybody else. I’m not immune to the lures of television. I just try to stay away from it because I like to read.” ~ Bill Gates
  18. “In football the object is for the quarterback, also known as the field general, to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the defense by hitting his receivers with deadly accuracy in spite of the blitz, even if he has to use the shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs, he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack that punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s defensive line. In baseball the object is to go home! And to be safe! I hope I’ll be safe at home!” ~ George Carlin
  19. “Prophetic utterance, like poetic utterance, transforms experience and moves the receiver to new attitudes. The kinds of experience–the recognitions or revelations–out of which both prophecy and poetry emerge, are such as to stir the prophet or poet to speech that may exceed their own known capacities; they are “inspired,” they breathe in revelation and breathe out new words; and by so doing they transfer over to the listener or reader a parallel experience, a parallel intensity, which impels that person into new attitudes and new actions.” ~ Denise Levertov
  20. “Nature is good, but intellect is better, as the law-giver is before the law-receiver.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

  21. “A noble person confers no such gift as his whole confidence: none so exalts the giver and the receiver; it produces the truest gratitude. Perhaps it is only essential to friendship that some vital trust should have been reposed by the one in the other. I feel addressed and probed even to the remotest parts of my being when one nobly shows, even in trivial things, an implicit faith in me…. A threat or a curse may be forgotten, but this mild trust translates me.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  22. “the giver measures his gift with one yardstick, and the receiver measures it with another.” ~ Laura Huxley
  23. “I would say the most significant difference between modern-era receivers and previous receivers is the ones who were in my generation or earlier had to get a job after they got through playing. Today’s player doesn’t.” ~ Steve Largent
  24. “I think positive. I always think we’re going to score. Two minutes is a lot of time if you have timeouts and you’re throwing every down. You have to make the right decisions. I’ve always had great receivers, which helps. It’s not just me doing it.” ~ Dan Marino

  25. “The real long term objective of the Welfare Plan is the fulfilling of character in the members of the Church, givers and receivers, rescuing all that is finest down deep inside of them, and bringing to flower and fruitage the latent richness of the Spirit, which, after all, is the mission and purpose and reason for being of this Church.” ~ J. Reuben Clark
  26. “The Jews form a state, and, obeying their own laws, they evade those of their host country. the Jews always considered an oath regarding a Christian not binding. During the Campaign of 1812 the Jews were spies, they were paid by both sides, they betrayed both sides. It is seldom that the police investigate a robbery in which a Jew is not found either to be an accomplice or a receiver.” ~ Helmuth von Moltke the Elder
  27. “I played a lot of football when I was younger. I’m a good receiver, actually.” ~ Shania Twain
  28. “You never know what you’re going to get as a receiver.” ~ Darren Flutie

  29. “I’ll write down little lines, I always say, ‘K.T.N.,’ and I say that to my receivers and running backs and that means ‘keep taking notes.’ That keeps me alert. That keeps me going. That keeps my drive there, even when you’re taking notes on something that you’ve already taken notes on a million times – keep taking notes.” ~ Russell Wilson
  30. “I like using one QB. If we have two that are relatively equal, then we can’t afford to have one on the bench. They need to be on the field at running back, receiver or defensive back. I’m not going to waste an athlete on the sidelines.” ~ Alan Chadwick
  31. “Rich people are excellent receivers. Poor people are poor receivers.” ~ T. Harv Eker
  32. “These Seattle Seahawks wide receivers have been called pedestrian, they’ve been called no-namers, but they always come up with the big play.” ~ Nate Burleson

  33. “I think it’s relatively easy to play defense against a team that can only do one thing. Unfortunately, that’s not what we’re talking about here with Seattle. They have a great running back – they have a great group of running backs – but Lynch obviously is really kind of in a class by himself. The quarterback’s a problem, the receivers are a problem, they have a good offensive line.” ~ Bill Belichick
  34. “Close thine ear against him that shall open his mouth secretly against another. If thou receivest not his words, they fly back and wound the reporter. If thou dost receive them, they fly forward and wound the receiver.” ~ Johann Kaspar Lavater
  35. “Barry Sanders, by far. Not only one of my favorite Lions, but one of my favorite NFL athletes. It’s all about highlights for me, I’m a receiver! Sanders is like the NFL version of an And1 mix tape.” ~ Nate Burleson

  36. “If a director says he doesn’t care how many people see his films at all, I simply don’t believe him. Otherwise “I’m not sure leaders listen enough, especially to their people. And I’ve always thought in everything I’ve tried to do in my life, in the jobs I’ve had, is that if we can turn our transmitters off and our receivers on more often, we’re better leaders and we know more of what is going on and therefore we can lead more effectively.” ~ Chuck Hagel”I’m not sure leaders listen enough, especially to their people. And I’ve always thought in everything I’ve tried to do in my life, in the jobs I’ve had, is that if we can turn our transmitters off and our receivers on more often, we’re better leaders and we know more of what is going on and therefore we can lead more effectively.” ~ Chuck Hagel”I’m not sure leaders listen enough, especially to their people. And I’ve always thought in everything I’ve tried to do in my life, in the jobs I’ve had, is that if we can turn our transmitters off and our receivers on more often, we’re better leaders and we know more of what is going on and therefore we can lead more effectively.” ~ Chuck Hagelwhy would he bother to make the film? The only explanation would be that it would be an act of masturbation. I think that every creator is looking for a receptor. He’s looking for an audience. There are two parts of the equation: a creator and, necessarily, the receiver of the work. It’s the same thing for a painter who wants his paintings to be seen.” ~ Michael Haneke
  37. “These days, information is a commodity being sold. And designers-including the newly defined subset of information designers and information architects-have a responsible role to play. We are interpreters, not merely translators, between sender and receiver. What we say and how we say it makes a difference. If we want to speak to people, we need to know their language. In order to design for understanding, we need to understand design.” ~ Erik Spiekermann
  38. “There’s nothing to fear but a wide receiver who can run a 100-yard dash in under 10 seconds.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
  39. “I feel like any time I’m doing what I love, my big pay-off is watching somebody else be the receiver.” ~ Debbi Fields

  40. “The two biggest things to understand when you’re tracking the ball as a defensive back is your position on the field and understanding that once the ball is in the air you become the receiver. Too many young defensive backs worry about the receiver catching it or what the receiver is doing instead of focusing on what they should be doing. Just go out and make the play yourself, don’t worry about him. Know where the ball is and attack it. Put yourself in position to bat it or catch it and make the play.” ~ Antonio Cromartie
  41. “You need to just understand where the ball is and how to use your body. Timing your jump the right way is crucial. Learn how to use your body to shield the receiver and box him out, again, much like a rebound. Trying to beat a receiver to a ball can be a lot like you’re posting him up. Rebounding is great practice because you can employ those skills – body position, leverage, timing – a lot more than you might in a football game or practice if the quarterback doesn’t look your way.” ~ Antonio Cromartie
  42. “Guys have been having a lot of questions about whether or not I can play man-to-man, so I’ve been watching a lot of film lately. I’m trying to study tendencies of receivers that are already in the NFL, so I can have a jump on them once I get to that next level l so I can know what to look for and what to be prepared for.” ~ Calvin Pryor
  43. “A wide receiver like me wouldn’t have won. The quarterback – or even the running back – always wins.” ~ Patrick Wilson

  44. “To me, when you got a 20-year-old running back or 21-year-old receiver that’s just coming out of college and you’re out working these guys, age really don’t matter. So it’s easy for me to see what it is. People say it’s all about age, but to me, it’s mind over matter.” ~ Adrian Peterson
  45. “Compare the credit for a football touchdown, which might be shared by the receiver not only with the quarterback, but also with the linesmen who make crucial protective plays, etc. The success of the touchdown play depends on the receiver, it is true; but in a particular case it might depend far more on the work of others.” ~ Ernest Sosa
  46. “[My boys] they’re all different. Jackie was very competitive. He was a tough kid – a little bit like Nick. Steve was sort of a finesse guy. He was a little bit like Nick – if he could touch it, he’d catch it. He played wide receiver at Florida State. Then, Gary came along and Gary was more my size.” ~ Jack Nicklaus
  47. “Every gift requires two freedoms: the giver’s and the receiver’s.” ~ Peter Kreeft

  48. “If you have an area where high-income receivers concentrate, you have a higher fiscal capacity. That fiscal capacity is a valuable resource and will create rent-seeking. People will trying to get that resource one way or the other, including immigration. It is very much like the medieval peasants putting their sheep on the commons pasture. It is better than the open range, and if you let them have open access they will, in fact, put too many sheep on the pasture and waste the value that the pasture has.” ~ James M. Buchanan
  49. “I’m not sure leaders listen enough, especially to their people. And I’ve always thought in everything I’ve tried to do in my life, in the jobs I’ve had, is that if we can turn our transmitters off and our receivers on more often, we’re better leaders and we know more of what is going on and therefore we can lead more effectively.” ~ Chuck Hagel
  50. “Peace can come to both the giver and the receiver as we follow the promptings of the Spirit to serve one another.” ~ Barbara W. Winder
  51. “We are better givers than getters, not because we are generous people, but because we are proud, arrogant people. The Christmas story-the one according to Luke, not Dickens-is not about how blessed it is to be givers but about how essential it is to see ourselves as receivers.” ~ William Henry Willimon

  52. “Any time you do something, you make decisions about time and space. I wanted those decisions to be out of my hands. I could be dragged, carried along by another person, I could be a receiver. I could be the agent of the overall scheme, but I didn’t want to be the agent of the particular action. I could make the ultimate decision that my space is going to change now, but I don’t know where it’s going to go.” ~ Vito Acconci
  53. “The fastest way to change the feedback culture in an organization is for the leaders to become better receivers.” ~ Sheila Heen
  54. “Grace gives without the receiver realizing how great the gift really is.” ~ Rebecca Pippert
  55. “For the spread and endurance of an idea the originator is dependent on the self-development of the receivers and transmitters.” ~ B. H. Liddell Hart

  56. “It’s easy when you have receivers that are open all the time and an offensive line that never lets anyone touch you. It makes it fun to play.” ~ Tom Brady
  57. “I can be a receiver, a cornerback, a safety and quarterback-I can play everything.” ~ Clinton Portis
  58. “I’m a physical receiver, yet I can run and move like someone who is 5-8 or 5-9.” ~ Chad Ochocinco
  59. “I have a big problem with scouts. There’s a standard for a receiver-you have to have a certain size, run a certain speed, and whatnot. I disagree with that. You can have a lot of heart, a lot of passion for the game, and be a great receiver. Everyone’s looking for that prototype guy, and it shouldn’t be that way.” ~ Hines Ward
  60. “I can really say that I’m a pretty good receiver and came a long way.” ~ Hines Ward

  61. “I wanted to finish my career as a Steeler. I felt I just fit the mold as far as a blue-collar guy. I may not be the flashiest, most flamboyant wide receiver out there. But I get the job done for my team.” ~ Hines Ward
  62. “I’m not the prototype wide receiver. But I like to think I’m one hell of a football player.” ~ Hines Ward
  63. “It was fun, having speed and being able to jump. Especially playing football. I played wide receiver and defensive back.” ~ Jacoby Ellsbury
  64. “I see the role of a rabbi or a pastor in general sort of like the role of a quarterback who throws the ball a little bit ahead of the receiver – that is you want to make people run just a bit to catch up to the message that you offer.” ~ David Wolpe

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