Motivational Week Quotes And Sayings In Life

These week quotes will inspire you. Week the period of seven days generally reckoned from and to midnight on Saturday night.

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

Best Week Quotes

  1. “Few people think more than two or three times a year; I have made an international reputation for myself by thinking once or twice a week.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
  2. “If you don’t make the commitment today to start becoming the person you need to be to create the extraordinary life you really want, what makes you think that tomorrow – or next week, or next month, or next year – is going to be any different? They won’t. And that’s why you must draw your line in the sand TODAY.” ~ Hal Elrod
  3. “You will have to look at the tape. Actually, you could burn the tape. It’s not even worth looking at… We just have to move on to next week. If we just get the next one we will be fine.” ~ Terrell Suggs
  4. “If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that’s a full day. That’s a heck of a day. You do that seven days a week, you’re going to have something special.” ~ Jim Valvano
  5. “The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny.” ~ Paulo Coelho

  6. “Suicide is the dumbest possible way of getting revenge. Why is that? Because the people you want to strike back at are the very same folks who won’t even remember you a week after you’re gone, while the people you want to spare most — the people who love you — are the ones who will have to live with the pain of your suicide for the rest of their lives.” ~ David J. Lieberman
  7. “A politician needs the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month, and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn’t happen.” ~ Winston Churchill
  8. “A committee is a thing which takes a week to do what one good man can do in an hour.” ~ Elbert Hubbard
  9. “A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week.” ~ George S. Patton
  10. “Man was made at the end of the week’s work when God was tired.” ~ Mark Twain

  11. “It’s better to have loved and lost than to have to do forty pounds of laundry a week.” ~ Laurence J. Peter
  12. “In the United States, there is a restaurant called The Outback Steakhouse, and I could survive in there for several weeks at least, sustaining myself on bloomin’ onions and, I’m sure, their legitimate and very Australian cuisine. In the real Outback? I give myself about 14 minutes.” ~ Steve Carell
  13. “I have a rock garden. Last week three of them died.” ~ Richard K. Diran
  14. “When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not yet ready. The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny.” ~ Paulo Coelho
  15. “Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.” ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  16. “On the set, I never know what day of the week it is.” ~ Taye Diggs
  17. “I realized this weak that I just cannot do it all. So I will choose to do what i can, fabulously.” ~ Clinton Kelly
  18. “I have sort of a Zen body philosophy, I’m sort of like: we’re one weight one day, we’re one weight another day, and someday our body just doesn’t even exist at all! It’s just a vessel I’ve been given to move through this life. I think about my body as a tool to do the stuff I need to do, but not the be-all and end-all of my existence. Which sounds like I spent a week at a meditation retreat, but it’s genuinely how I feel.” ~ Lena Dunham
  19. “Our job is like a baker’s work – his rolls are tasty as long as they’re fresh; after two days they’re stale; after a week, they’re covered with mold and fit only to be thrown out.” ~ Ryszard Kapuscinski
  20. “Once a week, I like to slip into a deep existential depression where I lose all my sense of oneness and self-worth.” ~ Bo Burnham

  21. “This morning, you have a choice. You can lay in the dark replaying the awful events of the week, or you can turn the light on and read God’s Word-His truth-which is the best thing to do when lies are swarming and painful thoughts are attacking like a bunch of bloodthirsty mosquitoes.” ~ Lysa TerKeurst
  22. “I was the only guy who is referred to as Mr. Smith in the New York Times and in the same week as Sexy Rexy in some teen magazine.” ~ Rex Smith
  23. “I write songs on a course of time that’s comfortable for me. I would probably never write a song from start to finish in the course of a day, hell probably not even a week. My mind is always going to change and my emotional state will also change on a daily basis.” ~ James Vincent McMorrow
  24. “Directing, to me, starts even before we get to the set. Directing is a fluid, an abstract thing. It’s not done only purely in the moment. It’s an idea that you plant before. It’s a __cpLocation that you show. It’s something I whisper in someone’s ear. It’s a freeform thing. It only takes me a week to write the script, but it’s years that you’re thinking about it. The execution is really the fast part.” ~ Harmony Korine
  25. “Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week.” ~ Joseph Addison

  26. “It’s a terrible process, what you go through, during pilot season. All the shows turn themselves in and there is a good four to six weeks before you get phone call.” ~ Sarah Michelle Gellar
  27. “I’ve always loved music. I wasn’t one of those “composing since I was five” kids, but I was definitely involved with music since I was that age – singing in musicals and taking lessons. Lots of lessons! Singing, dancing, acting, drums set. My mom pretty much had a full-time job carting me all over town six days a week.” ~ Jason Graves
  28. “I don’t like to rehearse. And I couldn’t understand how you could go through eight weeks of rehearsal, without exhausting every possibility. To the point where, you know, you would just lie gasping on the floor!” ~ Daniel Day-Lewis
  29. “I always remember is that no matter how good I might be in a movie, I’ll never be any better. It’s frozen. But in theatre I can be better tomorrow night, I can be better the night after that and I can be better in a week. The journey you go through as an actor is incredible.” ~ Kevin Spacey
  30. “Today, we don’t talk about history. The past is two weeks ago, and the future is two weeks after.” ~ Marjane Satrapi

  31. “Every three weeks before an election the TV ads expressing great concern about our trade policy and the loss of jobs to China and other low-wage countries. And then it’s forgotten about the day after the election.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  32. “What I find really difficult is making career decisions. Normally it will take me two weeks, until the very last minute and I have to say yes or no. For a couple of weeks, I will tune everyone out who is giving me advice, so that I can make a clear decision on my own and it takes time.” ~ Paul Walker
  33. “In my opinion, visual effects are great when it compliments a good story, and action is great when it compliments a good story, but just to have them for the sake of having them, it gets a little boring, especially if you’re talking a TV series. At least with a movie that’s an hour and a half to two hours, you see it and you’re impressed, and then you’re out. With a series, if it’s only that, week after week after week, there’s nothing there to bring you back. You have to get invested in the characters and care about them and want to follow them.” ~ Drew Roy
  34. “In actual fact, I wanted to be an actor, but I was a lawyer, and I was a week away from qualifying and was fired. And that’s the day I made an announcement: “Hey, for seven years, you thought I was going to be a lawyer. Well, I’m not. I’ve just lost my job, and I’m packing my bags and moving to London tomorrow to be an actor.”” ~ Gerard Butler
  35. “I’m like any other woman – my weight fluctuates. I have a pair of jeans one size bigger than the other just in case that week I’m a little bit heavier.” ~ Cheryl Cole

  36. “I write 1,000 words a day first thing in the morning but I cannot write 240 characters to describe a piece that I spent six weeks working on with a producer.” ~ Daniel Alarcon
  37. “If I ended my career, I wouldn’t mind doing a TV series if it was a western and I played a mute gunfighter so I wouldn’t have to remember lines every week.” ~ Robert Duvall
  38. “With all the chaos, pain and suffering in the world, the fact that my adoption of a child from who was living in an orphanage, you know, was the number one story for a week in the world. To me, that says more about our inability to focus on the real problems.” ~ Madonna Ciccone
  39. “You can’t remember what movie you saw two weeks ago, but you can remember what Broadway show you saw two weeks ago and where you ate dinner – everything about it. There’s something about live theatre that hits you in the heart.” ~ Susan Stroman
  40. “One week I’ll get pancakes at Bongo Room, the next week I go to Kuma’s Corner. But I always end up at Coldstone. I love ice cream.” ~ CM Punk

  41. “I quite like that jeopardy, those up-against-the-wall odds. I don’t like it when it’s over-comfortable, too easy, something that can be done in two or three weeks. I like a challenge.” ~ Gordon Ramsay
  42. “My golden time is after I drop the kids off at school. I’m usually working on my website (lifestyle site Goop) and checking emails but I try to do something at least once a week – like a facial or a visit to the osteopath – something to bring myself back into my body.” ~ Gwyneth Paltrow
  43. “I don’t want to rescind American directors but I think that European directors in general, because of the size of the nations in Europe are exposed to all different cultures, they can easily travel from one distinct culture to another in a matter of hours – you can drive for two weeks across the United States and you’re in the same basic culture – so there is a certain breadth of understanding and sophistication that they bring to it and frankly, in some cases they are less expensive than American directors.” ~ Wes Craven
  44. “Hitchhiking, intrinsically, is sexual and dangerous. At the same time I never really felt scared. I was scared that nobody would pick me up and that I’d be waiting by the side of the road for a week.” ~ John Waters
  45. “Life is too short to dust every week.” ~ Mary Engelbreit

  46. “I moonlighted during a two-week vacation, doing a month’s worth of work in two weeks; it almost killed me, but I wanted to stretch my muscles and the letter from the producer says, “Your storyboarding is Eisensteinian,” referring to the famous Russian filmmaker.” ~ Mike Royer , Week quotes on work
  47. “I must admit, even my fans everywhere I go in the world – just this week I was in London and Glasgow and the week before I was in Des Moines – my fans all look the same in all those cities – they look great!” ~ John Waters
  48. “I used to get letters from guys in prison. Anymore now I don’t even open them. They’d ask me to please sign a couple of cards for their children. Then I see them on eBay two weeks later. Or the people that write and say, “You is one of my favorite cartoonists. I would like a drawing, please.” I guess they encourage inmates to write letters to celebrities. It’s like a way to make money by selling autographs or something. Give me a break.” ~ Mike Royer
  49. “I attempt to read one book every day. I don’t always achieve that, especially when I’m traveling. But when I’m home, I read almost a book a day. I certainly read a minimum of two or three a week. And as a result of that, I’ve read over 3,000 books in areas that interest me, like consciousness and spirituality, holistic health, leadership, success, psychological awareness, therapy, etc.” ~ Jack Canfield
  50. “All my wife does is shop – once she was sick for a week, and three stores went under.” ~ Henny Youngman

  51. “There’s a huge amount of pressure on every astronaut, because when you get right down to it, the experiments that are conducted on a space flight, or the satellites that are carried up, the work that’s to be done, is important and expensive work, and you are up there for a week or two on a Space Shuttle flight. The country has invested a lot of money in you and your training, and the Space Shuttle and everything that’s in it, and you have to do things correctly. You can’t make a mistake during that week or two that you’re in space.” ~ Sally Ride
  52. “I try not to look back. I’m looking forward. I’m worried more about what I’m going to do next week than I am what I did last week. There are too many things to do. Looking back is for everybody else.” ~ Neil Young
  53. “There’s too much of everything – too many bands, too many albums, too much information all the time. You’re seeing fewer album releases treated as big events, because of the influx. It’s almost a “here this week, forgotten next week” thing.” ~ Matt Smith
  54. “Life is too short to waste time changing the sheets every week. Especially when you have small children who tend to wait until you change the sheets to then wet the sheets.” ~ Mary Engelbreit
  55. “Three weeks ago, she learned how to drive. Last week she learned how to aim it.” ~ Henny Youngman

  56. “There are some people who want me and my husband to stay where it is safe and draw a paycheck every week instead of what we are doing (which is creating and sharing our art with others). The truth is that there are people in this world – Dave and I being two – who would die a slow painful death if stuck in an office and made to do the kind of work that we are not made to do.” ~ Mary Engelbreit
  57. “I had some very, very fond memories of the people I worked with and the authors I worked with – and I won’t mention any names – but as I have been traveling through rural Maine over the past few weeks, one of my favorite things to do is to go into bookstores on the side of rural routes and paw through the old copies of Tom Clancy and Trevanian books they have in there for weird old 1970s thrillers that I haven’t read yet.” ~ John Hodgman
  58. “This week, Georgia’s board of education approved a plan that allows teachers to keep using the word Evolution when teaching biology. Though, as a compromise, dinosaurs are now called Jesus Horses.” ~ Jimmy Fallon
  59. “Getting on a plane, I told the ticket lady, “Send one of my bags to New York, send one to Los Angeles, and send one to Miami.” She said, “We can’t do that!” I told her, “You did it last week!”” ~ Henny Youngman
  60. “My wife loves to shop at Bloomingdale’s. I bring her mail there twice a week.” ~ Henny Youngman

  61. “A doctor says to a man, “You want to improve your love life? You need to get some exercise. Run ten miles a day.” Two weeks later, the man called the doctor. The doctor says, “How is your love life since you have been running?” “I don’t know, I’m 140 miles away!”” ~ Henny Youngman
  62. “When a movie comes out, I always go off on a beach so I miss all the craziness that goes on, all the hoopla, and the hype and the success, and how much it’s making, or whether it’s doing good or whether it’s doing bad. I just miss it all. I don’t talk to anybody, and a couple weeks later I come back and it’s all over with.” ~ George Lucas
  63. “I know a guy who had his doctor say, “Take some weight off, go to a health club.” The man lost 20 pounds in one week! The machine tore his leg off!” ~ Henny Youngman

  64. “If the entire week is a battlefield, reading the Bible is sort of like that parachute with the box of reserves that come in the middle of the war: food and water and the toothbrush and toilet paper.” ~ Lauryn Hill
  65. “It might sound crazy, but filming in a conflict zone, in Afghanistan, and being a female filmmaker was the easy part. I found people open and understanding of the importance and beauty of filmic storytelling. I never had to explain why Jake Bryant, my Director of Photography, and I were climbing up a ladder to get a high shot, or running ahead to get an arrival shot, or filming weeks after weeks, months after months, collecting so much material. The process was respected and honored.” ~ Pietra Brettkelly

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