Change The World Quotes by Michael Stipe, Bill Bradley, Kimberly Bryant, David Cohen, Ro Khanna, Genesis P-Orridge and many others.
I think there were early critics who wanted us to change the world because the Sex Pistols failed.
For much of my career I had no authentic political voice. I had been campaigning all over the country not to change the world or shake up my audiences but to please the roomful of people to whom I was speaking… As a result, my words rarely had the ring of truth to the nonpolitical observer.
I hope to literally change the world with Black Girls Code by changing the paradigm which produces the current monolithic ecosystem in technology.
We’re pretty broad as investors. Our thesis is work with great entrepreneurs that believe they can change the world. But there are specific areas that we get excited about – areas like hard tech, deep tech, companies that deal with really difficult technology, etc.
Sometimes, in Silicon Valley, there is this attitude that we know best and we can change the world. The boldness allows us to invent the future. But, we need more empathy for those who are left behind and a recognition that Silicon Valley can’t just call the shots and expect change.
I think we can only ultimately change the world by example and by fearlessly embracing what could happen.
I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.
Growing up my whole life, my mom was telling me how incredible and special I was and that I was going to change the world. I think it’s important for girls to know that they can change the world, that they do have an impact.
I want to inspire people to change the world. That’s something that I feel that I’m meant to do here… really going to change the world. I asked God to make me immortal so I can do it.
I can’t change the world. I have to fix me.
If you want to change the world – I do – you have to start with yourself.
I have never bought into this view that some people have that the job of the comedian is to espouse opinions and change the world – I think the job of a comedian is to be funny.
Over and over, since I was very young, I see things that are about to happen. You can call it heightened intuition; you can call it visions… I see it as a gift. It’s my role to give people a heightened awareness, to show that basically we can change the world.
I went in with the youthful vigor that I could single-handedly change the world. But you fast come to the realization that you’re 1/435th of one-half of one-third of the government.
A theory not only explains the world we see, it lets us imagine other worlds, and, even more significantly, lets us act to create those worlds. Developing everyday theories, like scientific theories, has allowed human beings to change the world.
I’m from the ’60s, but no one has ever accused me of being a hippie. I never had much interest in the Woodstock crowd, which partied to change the world, while real people were starving to death in Africa.
We have to raise the consciousness; the only way poets can change the world is to raise the consciousness of the general populace.