Get Moving Quotes by Kristin Cashore, Brandon Sanderson, Henrietta Mears, Robin Jones Gunn, Aubrey Newman, Brian Tracy and many others.
All right,” Clara said. “We have our swordsman, so let’s get moving. Brigan, could you attempt, at least, to make yourself presentable? I know this is a war, but the rest of us are trying to pretend it’s a party.
It’s a mystery,” Vin said, narrowing her eyes and smiling. “We Mistborn are incredibly mysterious.” Elend paused.” Um…I’m Mistborn too, Vin. That doesn’t make any sense.” “We Mistborn need not make sense,” Vin said.” It’s beneath us. Come on-the sun’s already down. We need to get moving.
It is difficult to steer a parked car, so get moving.
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Get moving; the more ground you cover, the more people you see, the more successful you will be.
Were born to be players, not pawns.
I think it will get moving faster. I mean once you get it off the – once credit flows – now the recession is going to get worse.
If you get moving, you get motivated. Even random movement will motivate you.
It’s probably good for your body and brain to get moving occasionally.
But people need lift, too. People don’t get moving, they don’t soar, they don’t achieve great heights, without someone buoying them up.
Just look for a strong beginning and a strong ending and get moving.
We’re getting the blues about having to walk away from this whole thing. We enjoyed it a lot and it all felt good. We had a good experience on it. We thought we could do good work together. And it is unusual to get the next one, straight off the bed. John is funny. When he gets moving, he moves pretty quickly.
The simple solution for disappointment depression Get up and get moving. Physically move. Do. Act. Get going.
It doesn’t matter how you begin. Just jump in. Get moving.
Thank God for running. It is the ultimate detox for me, whether my poison is bubbles, a foul mood, or a bad attitude. If I combat inertia, get out, and get moving, eventually every kind of toxin works its way out.
I’ve learned that I get blocked when my subconscious mind is telling me that I’ve taken the work in a wrong direction, and that once I start listening to what my subconscious is trying to tell me, I can work out the problem and get moving again.