65 Redundant Quotes On Success In Life

These redundant quotes will inspire you. Redundant, repeating something else and therefore unnecessary or not or no longer needed or useful; superfluous.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging redundant quotes, redundant sayings, and redundant proverbs.

Best Redundant Quotes

  1. “I have been made redundant before and it is a terrible blow; redundant is a rotten word because it makes you think you are useless.” ~ Billy Connolly
  2. “The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is continually reviewing its safety plan for the 100-plus operating civilian nuclear reactors in the United States. And when those plants were put into operation, they were required to have double and triple redundant safety systems.” ~ Joe Barton
  3. “Nick plays a corrupt politician, which is kind of a redundant statement.” ~ Alan Rudolph
  4. “Memory is redundant: it repeats signs so that the city can begin to exist.” ~ Italo Calvino

  5. “You probably have to have redundant levee systems with canals in between them, like the Dutch have, to make sure that incoming water is channeled off to areas where you deal with it rather than have it drown you.” ~ Billy Tauzin
  6. “But when you get to a song, not only do you have to do a vocal melody, you have to write words and not be redundant and make some semblance of a story” ~ Glenn Danzig
  7. “I was always cutting dialogue out when we were rehearsing, and when I produced movies, too. I felt that people don’t say things in life – they act, they do things. I always wanted my characters doing, rather than saying what they were doing – which was redundant.” ~ Donna Mills
  8. “I don’t need to be redundant to the gay community about what’s wrong and what isn’t happening for them.” ~ Sandra Bernhard

  9. “Thus if we know a child has had sufficient opportunity to observe and acquire a behavioural sequence, and we know he is physically capable of performng the act but does not do so, tehn it is reasonable to assume that it is motivation which is lacking” ~ Urie Bronfenbrenner
  10. “The shuddering would not stop. The pain was like the end of the world. He thought: There comes a point when the very discussion of pain becomes redundant. No one knows there is pain the size of this in the world. No one. It is like being possessed by demons.” ~ Stephen King
  11. “Don’t repeat yourself. It’s not only repetitive, it’s redundant, and people have heard it before.” ~ Daniel Handler
  12. “I think “creative preaching” is redundant.” ~ Max Lucado

  13. “The cost of appearing with a bloviating ignoramus is obvious, it seems to me. Donald Trump is redundant evidence that if your net worth is high enough, your IQ can be very low and you can still intrude into American politics.” ~ George Will
  14. “Most of what we say and do is unnecessary: remove the superfluity, and you will have more time and less bother. So in every case one should prompt oneself: ‘Is this, or is it not, something necessary?’ And the removal of the unnecessary should apply not only to actions but to thoughts also: then no redundant actions either will follow.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
  15. “Up until Prohibition, an apple grown in America was far less likely to be eaten than to wind up in a barrel of cider. (“Hard” cider is a twentieth-century term, redundant before then since virtually all cider was hard until modern refrigeration allowed people to keep sweet cider sweet.)” ~ Michael Pollan
  16. “I think by its very nature, it’s redundant, you know, being the play-by-play guy on television.” ~ Joe Buck

  17. “Donald Trump is redundant evidence that if your net worth is high enough, your IQ can be very low and you can still intrude into American politics.” ~ George Will
  18. “All the new technology seems redundant to me. I was quite happy with the United States mail service. And, I don’t even have an answering machine, for God’s sake.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut
  19. “It’s a privilege to have the career I have, to love every day and be following my passion, the stories that interest me, to remote locations and people. So nothing stops me from that – but yes, it seems redundant in documentary-filmmaker circles today to say the biggest struggle was financing.” ~ Pietra Brettkelly
  20. “Economics becomes redundant if it can rationalise an exchange that sells the future of humankind.” ~ Andrew Simms

  21. “I used to fall hard when I was younger, and it occupies a lot of journals and redundant preoccupation and analysis. It is a state in which you are in an overheated fervor of production – of mental production – where you’re analyzing everything that happened. And what they said! And how they looked! Did that touch mean something, or not? Everything is sort of endowed with meaning, but you’re also hopelessly boring and out of the world.” ~ Todd Haynes
  22. “In the modern world, nationalism remains a very important force. We delude ourselves into thinking that globalization has made all of that redundant and that everyone just wants to be like America.” ~ Pankaj Mishra , Made redundant quotes
  23. “I’m a citizen in a democracy. To call me an activist would be redundant. It’s not a spectator sport. If we all become non-participants, it no longer works.” ~ Michael Moore
  24. “In San Francisco, Haloween is redundant.” ~ Will Durst

  25. “The best thing that can happen to anybody is to be sacked or made redundant because often that’s when you think, “I don’t want to become one of the living dead. I haven’t got anything to lose, now I can start to follow my own dreams.”” ~ Tom Hodgkinson
  26. “No more misquoted forms, lost invoices, redundant entries, missing checks, or delays caused by incomplete paperwork.” ~ Bill Gates
  27. “If we’re 15 minutes into a lifeless, redundant, status-based 1:1 and I don’t have anything sitting in my back pocket, I’m going to turn it into a performance review.” ~ Rands
  28. “To call somebody a Jewish composer is obviously redundant.” ~ Mitch Leigh

  29. “Nobody planned the global capitalist system, nobody runs it, and nobody really comprehends it. This particularly offends intellectuals, for capitalism renders them redundant. It gets on perfectly well without them.” ~ Peter Saunders
  30. “Editing rooms are kind of, by definition, a bubble of you and the editor and what you’re thinking. It’s a truth-telling thing to watch it through someone else’s eyes, is to get another level of real with your material. Like, “Maybe that’s not that funny. Maybe that’s not as interesting. Maybe that’s redundant to something else. Maybe we can cut down.” I don’t know. It’s a brutal, honest process. You’ve got to be pretty – You can’t be sentimental. You have to be. It’s a cold process. You can’t be nostalgic. You have to make those tough decisions.” ~ Richard Linklater
  31. “If we keep an optimistic view about the future, we definitely have to look for our place. Not to be redundant. And that means we have to emphasize what makes us unique.” ~ Garry Kasparov
  32. “I cut hundreds of pages from my book because I felt myself being reiterative or redundant. Sometimes I wanted to leave just hints of things.” ~ Leni Zumas

  33. “Criticism on my works is like this: you’ve worked hard all of your life, you went to Oxford, and you’ve done this and that, and you’re an art critic. Your job is to unravel the “secret” or whatever, and you come across an entity like me. It’s going to piss you off. Because there’s no great secret, what you see is what you get, and anyone can understand what I’m doing. So, it’s almost like I make this critic-person redundant, just by my attitude, and they resent me for that.” ~ Tracey Emin
  34. “I really don’t look at my past and I really don’t look too much to the future because I find that’s sort of redundant. I really live right in the present. I live right in the now.” ~ Lorna Luft
  35. “Some people have described Daoism as pantheist, and although there’s something in me that resists this designation, I can see that Daoism is consistent with pantheism. If there is any way in which pantheism makes sense and is not redundant, then it is the way (or ‘the Way’) presented in Daoism.” ~ Quentin S. Crisp
  36. “If man ever comes to perfect equilibrium with the environment, we’ll all be redundant, perhaps because you won’t need art or letters.” ~ Peter O’Toole

  37. “My goal has always been to add value, not to be redundant, not to get in the way, but to do things that lift and move things forward in a very strategic and objective way so that there are real outcomes.” ~ Michelle Obama
  38. “That’s the luck we have with making films in Europe. It’s still, in some ways, a virgin territory for a lot of stories. It’s funny to see people in 10-gallon hats somewhere in France or Switzerland. You think, “Wow, is this real?” You do it in Wyoming and it’s redundant.” ~ Thomas Bidegain
  39. “I think there was a brief period where Norwegian bands were evolving and that was an interesting time where it seemed like a band like Darkthrone was stuck in the midst of a lot of change and seemed a bit redundant.” ~ Mat McNerney
  40. “The music business, and the travel that comes with it, is stressful, challenging, redundant, exhausting, exciting, and often very depressing.” ~ Mark Kozelek

  41. “Legislative action will never bring genuine campaign-finance reform. Consultants will prove endlessly inventive in gaming whatever system the reformers can devise so as to give their candidate an edge and allow the power of massive money to be felt. But reform laws will become irrelevant and redundant as the Internet replaces the special-interest fat cats as the best way to raise money and takes the place of TV as the most effective way to get votes.” ~ Dick Morris
  42. “We struggle against easel painting not because it is an aesthetic form of painting, but because it is not modern, for it does not succeed in bringing out the technical side, it is a redundant, exclusive art, and cannot be of any use to the masses. Hence we are struggling not against painting but against photography carried out as if it were an etching, a drawing, a picture in sepia or watercolor.” ~ Alexander Rodchenko
  43. “Sad songs seem to work for me, but I don’t want to be redundant; I want to add a little flavor.” ~ Toni Braxton
  44. “If I masturbate while Googling myself, which part is more redundant?” ~ Dana Gould

  45. “It upset me that, five days after the hurricane hit down in New Orleans, the President’s plan was for a day of prayer. I would have thought a truck of food. A day of prayer. Now, maybe I’m mistaken here and, again, I’m not a scientific expert, but isn’t a hurricane officially an act of God? Isn’t a day of prayer kind of redundant? Hasn’t God already made up his mind on that sort of thing? So we do a day of prayer. The President has his stupid day of prayer. Three days later, Hurricane Rita hits. Somebody must have said something… something like, is that all you got?” ~ Jon Stewart
  46. “We had collaborated with Allen Ginsberg on one of his last projects just before he died in the spring of ’97, a book called Illuminated Poems – it was Allen’s poems and songs and I illustrated them. Or, I illuminated them with paintings and drawings that bounced off of them. You want the picture to relate to the text without it slavishly regurgitating it or merely illustrating it, because that’s redundant. You want to show another angle of what the text is saying.” ~ Eric Drooker
  47. “[W]e think the very term ‘value investing’ is redundant. What is ‘investing’ if it is not the act of seeking value at least sufficient to justify the amount paid? Consciously paying more for a stock than its calculated value — in the hope that it can soon be sold for a still-higher price — should be labeled speculation (which is neither illegal, immoral nor — in our view — financially fattening).” ~ Warren Buffett
  48. “I need to keep it spontaneous as an artist, so for me to repeat a face would be redundant and boring.” ~ Chris Mars

  49. “For a while he’d tried molding himself into the tragic Romantic hero, brooding and staring clench-jawed off into space as he composed dark verse in his head. But it turned out that trying to appear tragic in Incontinence, Indiana, was redundant, and his mother kept shouting at him and making him forget his rhymes. “Tommy, if you keep grinding your teeth like that, they’ll wear away and you’ll have to have dentures like Aunt Ester.” Tommy only wished his beard was as heavy as Aunt Ester’s—then he could stare out over the moors while he stroked it pensively.” ~ Christopher Moore
  50. “It’s redundant to die in Los Angeles.” ~ Truman Capote
  51. “It is great good health to believe as the Hindus do that there are 33 million gods and goddesses in the world. It is great good health to want to understand one s dreams. It is great good health to desire the ambiguous and paradoxical. It is sickness of the profoundest kind to believe that there is one reality. There is sickness in any piece of work or any piece of art seriously attempting to suggest that the idea that there is more than one reality is somehow redundant.” ~ Clive Barker
  52. “The written word is redundant on the high seas. Why? Because paper gets wet too easily.” ~ Walter Moers

  53. “I was going to say ‘my friend Stuart’, but I suppose he’s not a friend anymore. I seem to have lost a number of friends in the last few years. I don’t mean that I’ve fallen out with them, in any dramatic way. We’ve just decided not to stay in touch. And that’s what it’s been: a decision, a conscious decision, because it’s not difficult to stay in touch with people nowadays, there are so many different ways of doing it. But as you get older, I think that some friendships start to feel increasingly redundant. You just find yourself asking, “What’s the point?” And then you stop.” ~ Jonathan Coe , Feeling redundant quotes
  54. “Thus if we know a child has had sufficient opportunity to observe and acquire a behavioral sequence, and we know he is physically capable of performing the act but does not do so, then it is reasonable to assume that it is motivation which is lacking. The appropriate countermeasure then involves increasing the subjective value of the desired act relative to any competing response tendencies he might have, rather than having the model senselessly repeat an already redundant sequence of behavior.” ~ Urie Bronfenbrenner
  55. “The things we have in common from our past, long past, are often in my mind. Now that it is all over bar the final destruction of the weapons I look forward to the freedom to lay bare my experiences unfettered by codes now redundant.
    This is the only freedom left to me and those Republicans of like mind.” ~ Dolours Price
  56. “In the current socio-political climate, he said to himself, committing suicide is absurd and redundant. Better to become an undercover poet.” ~ Roberto Bolano

  57. “I know this is a bit redundant, but it is really hard to explain just how loud Tiger Stadium is when you’re standing on the field. The crowd is moving and swaying so much, and in so many directions, it makes the stands look blurry, like a pointillist painting.” ~ Wright Thompson
  58. “The redundant population, necessarily occasioned by the prevalence of early marriages, must be repressed by occasional famines, and by the custom of exposing children, which, in times of distress, is probably more frequent than is ever acknowledged to Europeans.” ~ Thomas Malthus
  59. “What do marriage vows show? They show that you may want to separate sometime in the future. If there is love between two people, the thought of taking vows never arises. This is only an indication of the absence of love. People do not marry out of love; they marry out of fear. If there is love on this earth, marriage will become redundant. When love is not, marriage is a must. We make arrangements for that which we cannot do. We make rules for that which we are not sure of.” ~ Rajneesh
  60. “In the dictionary under redundant it says see redundant.” ~ Robin Williams

  61. “I don’t know, I feel like as time has gone on, hip-hop has become really redundant and repetitive.” ~ Angel Haze
  62. “Madlen: ‘It’s a relief to me, Lady Queen, that in your own pain, you take no interest in hurting yourself.’ Bitterblue: ‘Why would I? Why should I? It’s foolish. I would like to kick the people who do it.’ Madlen: ‘That would, perhaps, be redundant, Lady Queen.” ~ Kristin Cashore
  63. “The censor boards are mere redundant forces conspiring to keep the ‘bold’ films out of reach of the audience.” ~ Anurag Kashyap
  64. “I’m nothing if not redundant! I also repeat myself.” ~ Richard Fish

  65. “People never hurt others in moments of personal strength and bravery, when they are feeling good about themselves, when they are strong and confident. If we spent all of our waking moments in that place, then fighting for social justice would be redundant; we would simply have social justice and be done with it, and we could all go swimming, or fishing, or bowling, or dancing, or whatever people do. But it is because we spend so much of our time in that other place, that place of diminished capacity, of flagging energy, or wavering and somewhat flaccid commitment, that we have to be careful.” ~ Tim Wise

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