Welcome to our collection of insightful quotes on Timing. Timing is a crucial element in our lives that often determines the outcomes of our actions and decisions. It involves understanding the opportune moments to act, the right occasions to make important decisions, and the perfect instances to seize the opportunities that come our way.
Throughout history, philosophers, writers, and leaders have recognized the significance of timing in achieving success and fulfillment. Whether it's in relationships, career choices, or simply making the most out of life, understanding the importance of timing can make a profound difference.
These Timing quotes offer wisdom, inspiration, and guidance on how to navigate the intricate dance of timing in our daily lives. They remind us to be patient, to trust the process, and to align ourselves with the rhythm of the universe. May these quotes inspire you to embrace the power of timing and make the most of every precious moment.
I don't think that writer's block exists really. I think that when you're trying to do something prematurely, it just won't come. Certain subjects just need time, as I've learned over and over again. You've got to wait before you write about them.
Professor Irwin Corey had some of the best timing in the world, and that is something you can't steal. He talked nonsense, not punch-lines, per se. It was a great performance thing he did and his timing was impeccable. Pat Paulsen was a master of comedy too. The Smothers Brothers' strength was not in the content, but how it was said. We had a couple of our albums, including the Purple Onion album, translated in script form. It didn't work at all. It is no wonder that writers had a hard time writing for the Smothers Brothers, because they wrote impressions, but there was something else.
Too-lateness, I realized, has nothing to do with age. It’s a relation of self to the moment. Or not, depending on the person and the moment. Perhaps there even comes a time when it’s no longer too late for anything. Perhaps, even, most times are too early for most things, and most of life has to go by before it’s time for almost anything and too late for almost nothing. Nothing to lose, the present moment to gain, the integration with long-delayed Now.
I have actual strong ideas. You just have to wait for the right timing. Timing is pretty crucial here. I can't dedicate a lot of energy and efforts trying to, say, create a show that I want to produce while I'm currently on another show.