Inspirational Timeline Quotes & Sayings About Life

These timeline quotes will inspire you. Timeline is a graphical representation of a period of time, on which important events are marked or a chronological arrangement of events in the order of their occurrence.

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

Best Timeline Quotes

  1. “We all have a timeline. Most of us don’t live like we have a timeline.” ~ Steve Gleason
  2. “There are possibilities that dreams are our little windows upon a parallel timeline.” ~ Tom DeLonge
  3. “I usually make to-do lists with timelines, and pen and paper does the trick for me.” ~ Luis von Ahn
  4. “We don’t really have a place in the universe, as far as on a timeline. But nothing else does either. Therefore every moment really is the most important moment that’s ever happened, including this moment right now.” ~ Kaki King

  5. “I like to challenge myself and give myself a timeline. It pushes me to be more creative and actually do these things, not just dream about them.” ~ Balthazar Getty
  6. “Finding your purpose may be a lifelong pursuit or you may have discovered it when you were 5 years old. There’s no absolute timeline for anyone. That’s a good reason never to give up, to keep on discovering things every day.” ~ Donald Trump , Timeline quotes about life
  7. “God has a timeline. And because of Bethlehem, we have an idea where we stand on it.” ~ Max Lucado
  8. “I want to see books taken out of historical time and placed into a different timeline, such as evolutionary or geological time, as a means of putting the human experience in context.” ~ Douglas Coupland

  9. “There were timelines branching and branching, a mega-universe of universes, millions more every minute. Billions? Trillions? The universe split every time someone made a decision. Split, so that every decision ever made could go both ways. Every choice made by every man, woman, and child was reversed in the universe next door.” ~ Larry Niven
  10. “Everyone wants answers and wants to know what the timeline is. Unfortunately, it’s a complex situation, and we don’t have the final answers yet.” ~ Dennis Miller
  11. “I realized then that even though I was a tiny speck in an infinite cosmos, a blip on the timeline of eternity, I was not without purpose. And as long as I had a part in the music of the spheres, even if it was only a single grace note, I was not worthless. Nor was I alone.” ~ R. J. Anderson
  12. “The Pleiadians are opening an energetic timeline for the very first time in any seminar, allowing you to enter the timeline where all experience occurs because everything exists in one moment.” ~ Christine McCormick Day

  13. “When I first decided I wanted to be a writer, when I was 10, 11 years old, the books that I loved obviously and openly fit that description: They came with maps and glossaries and timelines – books like Lord Of The Rings, Dune, The Chronicles Of Narnia. I imagined that’s what being a writer was: You invented a world, and you did it in a very detailed way, and you told stories that were set in that world.” ~ Michael Chabon
  14. “There really is not any difference between any of us, because we’re only talking about the difference of one moment in time between remembering. We can’t judge what’s right for each individual, because each person will get what they are ready for within the moment that are presented during that timeline process.” ~ Christine McCormick Day
  15. “Jews have a special relationship to books, and the Haggadah has been translated more widely, and reprinted more often, than any other Jewish book. It is not a work of history or philosophy, not a prayer book, user’s manual, timeline, poem or palimpsest – and yet it is all these things.” ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
  16. “Dreamlining is so named because it applies timelines to what most would consider dreams.” ~ Tim Ferriss

  17. “I’m deeply interested in the photograph as a record of an encounter and enjoy putting myself in a timeline of image-makers, alongside other travelers, such as anthropologists, colonists, missionaries, even tourists. I do that to emphasize subjectivity, rather than privilege any single perspective – I see myself as only one of many storytellers.” ~ Susan Meiselas
  18. “The military taught me the importance of getting something done in a timely manner and the importance of completing a mission on time. My lieutenant would say, ‘If you don’t, you die.’ In many ways, life is the same. If you don’t pay attention to a timeline, you lose out on the ability to accomplish the task at hand.” ~ Don Young
  19. “It seems all worlds of music – rock, blues, R&B, soul, hip-hop and others – are able to point to impromptu get-togethers as proud moments in their timelines, encounters that were recorded and created music of lasting impression. In the jazz tradition, there are a few, but none that has been revered for as long as Jazz at Massey Hall.” ~ Ashley Kahn
  20. “I have this embedded faith in the process through which films of a certain type get discovered on longer timelines.” ~ Edward Norton

  21. “Every book I’ve written has been different from the others, and each one seems to have its own timeline, requirements, and formal challenges.” ~ Micheline Aharonian Marcom
  22. “The hi-tech industry is not a monolithic thing. If you look on a timeline of a company, you see that in the beginning, you have to come up with an idea and to be willing to take risk. You have to grow fast, you have to think fast, and you have to do this usually in small teams.” ~ Yossi Vardi
  23. “Parental anxieties: A timeline. Pre-1800s: Potato famine, death of entire villages. 1900s: Trying to keep dad’s job through depression so entire family does not starve or have to sell off children to agribusiness. 2000: Infringement of Parenthood on sense of Personhood.” ~ Sandra Tsing Loh
  24. “I work, to this day, from morning to night, seven days a week. I’m always working two, three years ahead of my own timeline; I’m a workaholic.” ~ DJ Ashba

  25. “I keep an elaborate calendar for my characters detailing on which dates everything happens. Im constantly revising this as I go along. It gives me the freedom to intricately plot my story, knowing it will at least hold up on a timeline.” ~ Maria Semple
  26. “Have a defined mission with clear goals and timelines. I still trust the staff, with as little oversight as possible. Do things to show them that their time is as valuable to you as it is to them. Don’t be afraid to ‘fly solo.’” ~ Pete Olson
  27. “We’re at a point nowhere it has to change. We have characters that are not alive that are alive in the book. We have characters that never appeared in the book. We have a lot of events that didn’t quite happen the same way in the book. But there’s so much in the book, stuff we’ve passed in the timeline that I really thought was awesome, that I really wanted to get to.” ~ Scott M. Gimple
  28. “There is a lot of music out there that you can play side by side and you can’t hear the personality – that has a timeline on it, for sure.” ~ Skrillex

  29. “Well, it’s my voice, so it’s more accessible that way, and there are also all sorts of things like plot and timelines that are already known entities, so for me, it’s very different from writing fiction.” ~ Alice Sebold
  30. “You have to figure out what that is, and you have to make a plan to get to it. And the plan has got to have a timeline. You have to choose something that you can afford to do and then lock it in and passionately do it.” ~ Phil McGraw
  31. “I always get a headache the first time I watch a movie I’m in. Because you’re staring at the screen so hard, your brain is doing all this work trying to put things in context of what the day-to-day experience of making it was. And the timeline that’s in your head of when it was made, and on what day, how you felt. And then you’re also trying to grasp what it’s been edited into.” ~ John C. Reilly
  32. “I’m 14 years in the game, … There’s some kids that weren’t even born when my first album came out. I wanted to draw a timeline between my old stuff and my new stuff and bridge it to where there’s a level of continuity.” ~ DJ Quik

  33. “It is strange, suddenly having a memory come back out of nowhere. you think you’re going crazy; you wonder where this recollection has been hiding all your life. you try to push it away because you think you’ve hammered out the whole timeline of your life, but then you see that one extra moment, and suddenly you are breaking apart what you though was a solid segment, and seeing it for what it is: just a string of events, shoulder to shoulder, and a gap where there is room for one more.” ~ Jodi Picoult
  34. “There are a lot of sources of information out there, so why don’t you curate for yourself a list, like a real timeline of information, like the New York Times, or JetBlue, or your friends, or this comedian, or this guy who pretends to be a cat, or whatever it is, whatever entertains you, whatever you find useful.” ~ Biz Stone
  35. “We have many advantages in the fight against global warming, but time is not one of them. Instead of idly debating the precise extent of global warming or the precise timeline of global warming, we need to deal with the central facts of rising temperatures, rising waters, and all the endless troubles that global warming will bring. We stand warned by serious and credible scientists across the world that time is short and the dangers are great. The most relevant question now is whether our own government is equal to the challenge.” ~ John McCain
  36. “Similarly, establishing a firm timeline for bringing our troops home could accelerate the development of Iraqi security forces and deepen their commitment to defending their own country and their own government.” ~ Peter DeFazio

  37. “As you know, the Australian Labour Party is committed to turning the country into a republic. We’ve not stipulated a timeline for doing that. We are sensitive to the other priorities we’ve got as a nation and in the world, but in time the country will head in that direction.” ~ Kevin Rudd
  38. “Second, the resolution contains the blatantly false assertion that negotiating a timeline for bringing U.S. troops home with the Iraqi government undermines U.S. national security. Such a statement shows a misunderstanding of the enemy we face in Iraq.” ~ Peter DeFazio
  39. “America is the one place in the world where I just innately understood [that] South Africa and the United States of have a very similar history. It’s different timelines, but the directions we’ve taken and the consequences – dealing with the aftermath of what we consider to be democracy, and realizing that freedom is just the beginning of the conversation, that’s something I’ve learned.” ~ Trevor Noah
  40. “My favorite experiences have all been finding myself at one point in a timeline and going in both directions, just discovering at my own pace. If I could admit to be playing some kind of long game, and strategizing this, I would.” ~ Blake Mills

  41. “People working on bigger ideas on a more protracted timeline will be more on the stealth side. They aren’t releasing new PR announcements every day. The bigger the secret and the likelier it is that you alone have it, the more time you have to execute. There may be far more people going after hard secrets than we think.” ~ Peter Thiel
  42. “Twitter is a vessel that we can use to share #positivity to others through our timeline one tweet at a time.” ~ Germany Kent
  43. “In addition to a timeline, I have proposed that U.S. troops be removed from front line combat positions in Iraqi cities and towns, turning over daily security patrols, interactions with citizens, and any offensive security actions to the Iraqis themselves.” ~ Peter DeFazio
  44. “A timeline for bringing U.S. troops home that is negotiated with the Iraqi government would also boost the Iraqi government’s legitimacy and claim to self-rule, and force the Iraqi government to take responsibility for itself and its citizens.” ~ Peter DeFazio

  45. “So much of the literature we had to read for high school English class was filled with victimized, tragic, symbolic women who spurred the plot forward with their inevitable shunning/death/shunning-followed-by-pregnancy-followed-by-death timelines.” ~ Libba Bray
  46. “The biggest problem in South Africa is that we have a disrupted timeline. Historically, politically, spiritually, economically, in people’s minds, in people’s heads.” ~ Abdullah Ibrahim
  47. “When you go on your Twitter or look down your Timeline and it’s all great positivity – I love that. But at the same time, it can really divert you from what your purpose is or what you’re trying to do. And I’ve seen artists get caught up in that.” ~ Kendrick Lamar
  48. “Tattoos, for me, are like a timeline of my life. I could look at a certain tattoo, and it reminds of me of a certain time in my life and why I got that tattoo.” ~ Tyga

  49. “Drawing prayer circles isn’t about proving yourself to God; it’s about giving God an opportunity to prove Himself to you. Just in case you have forgotten — and to ensure that you always remember — God is for you. I can’t promise that God will always give you the answer you want. I can’t promise that He’ll answer on your timeline. But I can promise this: He answers every prayer, and He keeps every promise. That is who He is. That is what He does.” ~ Mark Batterson
  50. “You have the rest of your life to be married. Enjoy falling in love. When girls get caught up in the timeline, it becomes more about the wedding than the marriage. You should be with someone with whom you could elope this weekend and be happy.” ~ Lauren Conrad
  51. “Grief is not just a series of events, stages, or timelines. Our society places enormous pressure on us to get over loss, to get through grief. But how long do you grieve for a husband of fifty years, a teenager killed in a car accident, a four-year-old child: a year? Five years? Forever? The loss happens in time, in fact in a moment, but its aftermath lasts a lifetime.” ~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
  52. “The Metropolitan Museum has all of our collections online, all our scholarly publications and catalogues since 1965. We have online features like the timeline of art history.” ~ Thomas P. Campbell

  53. “Just imagine in 20 years, when candidates will have grown up with social media their entire lives. We’re going to have a president where we have – where someone could go through their timeline, or someone could go through their Snapchat, or someone will find – a future president will have sent a d### pic.” ~ Brad Williams
  54. “Finally, I owe a debt to all the writers who’ve worked in the Star Wars universe to date – and to the millions of readers who’ve supported their works. The stories we love may not always fit neatly into a single timeline, but they will always matter.” ~ John Jackson Miller
  55. “Well, my wife doesn’t engage. I mean if you want to look back, really dig down and be a journalist, look at the timelines and you will see that there is a big discrepancy and there really is no going back and forth, my wife sometimes I mean you eventually you have to say something, enough is enough, but the truth is she has always taken the high road.” ~ Eddie Cibrian
  56. “Making sure that the geography and timelines work is always the hardest part of writing. But you owe it to the readers to get it right!” ~ Michael Scott

  57. “The five stages – denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance – are a part of the framework that makes up our learning to live with the one we lost. They are tools to help us frame and identify what we may be feeling. But they are not stops on some linear timeline in grief.” ~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
  58. “You should see some of the things people tweet me. There have been death wishes on my Twitter timeline.” ~ Ashley Madekwe

  59. “In the end, my reasons for moving down the timeline and introducing a new cast have more to do with keeping myself entertained, on the assumption that if I get bored, my readers are going to be even more bored.” ~ Raymond E. Feist
  60. “With Legion, we’re our own universe. It gives Noah [Hawley] the freedom to do what he wants to do. Because we play with so many different timelines, and we rebooted and not really rebooted and all that, we felt like, OK, we’re going to throw it out there and hope the fans accept it.” ~ Lauren Shuler Donner

Timeline a plan or idea of how much time something will or should take.

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