Going To Work Quotes by Jan de Bont, Sarah Chalke, Lyndon B. Johnson, Rebecca De Mornay, Jude Bijou, Christian Louboutin and many others.
I think what makes a good action film is a story that gets you involved. Just action, by itself, is not going to work.
I’m having the time of my life. I’ve never looked forward to going to work so much every day. I’m loving it; it’s great. It’s what I love to do and I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else.
There is but one way for a president to deal with Congress, and that is continuously, incessantly, and without interruption. If it is really going to work, the relationship has got to be almost incestuous.
I was just glad to be going to work again.
Making sweeping statements such as ‘no sweets ever again’ has never worked before, and it’s not going to work now. You’ll get quickly overwhelmed and punt on any positive momentum you created.
In France you cannot not have lunch. If you stopped the French from having lunch, you will have a second revolution, I can tell you this. Not going to work – it is part of the French privilege.
Being a musician is to live, not to survive. Surviving is going to work every day and giving up your liberty and your time. When you do music, it’s a free life.
We can rattle our sabers all we want but, realistically, we don’t have troops for an invasion [Iran] and surgical strikes aren’t going to work.
Building walls isn’t going to work in the long run. Some people are happy with the wall in Israel, but somebody will get a weapon someday and knock it over or something. Walls aren’t the answer between countries, though
You can’t predict a show, that is the damndest thing, you can’t predict if a show is going to work or not until it’s on the air.
If you’re meant to do something like writing and you end up going into banking or finance, your going to be miserable. You’re trying to fit something into a square peg and a round hole. It’s just never going to work.
The only other job that I’ve ever had that provided that time in the morning, where you’re going to work and you can’t wait to get there, and the sun’s rising, and you are moving towards something you look forward to, was getting up and doing every day, was being a carpenter.
With comedy, you never know until you put it in front of an audience. You shoot it and a year later you have no idea if it’s going to work. And then you get the response. It’s great when it’s good.
Let me put it this way: I don’t feel as settled as I look. I think that’s true of everyone, probably. Except for Beyonce and Jay-Z. I don’t think they wake up and think, ‘Ugh, when’s it going to work out for us? Why can’t we catch a break?’ Aside from them, I’m pretty sure everyone’s life feels a lot less intentional.
It’s hard to know at any stage whether a show is going to work or not. Every few years, a different trend comes along.
Most senators are just going to work and trying to do a job.
If something doesn’t work, it becomes obvious immediately. This just isn’t going to work.