Rules Of The Game Quotes by Iyanla Vanzant, Hubert H. Humphrey, Yvon Chouinard, Garry Kasparov, Richard Branson, Mary Wesley and many others.
The goal of life is not to win. It is to play the game with love. The rules of the game are: have a strong desire to win, believe that you are worthy of winning, have faith that you will win, and, as long as you are alive, never believe that the game is over.
The great challenge which faces us is to assure that, in our society of big-ness, we do not strangle the voice of creativity, that the rules of the game do not come to overshadow its purpose, that the grand orchestration of society leaves ample room for the man who marches to the music of another drummer.
The rules of the game must be constantly updated to keep up with the expanding technology. Otherwise we overkill the classic climbs and delude ourselves into thinking we are better climbers than the pioneers.
The Kremlin is constantly changing the rules of the game to suit its purposes. We are not playing chess, we’re playing roulette.
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.
Rebecca is an example of how not to manage men. The rules of the game never change, it requires subtlety.
So long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free competition without deception or fraud.
Baseball is a game of race, creed, and color. The race is to first base. The creed is the rules of the game. The color? Well, the home team wears white uniforms, and the visiting team wears gray.
I do not pray. . . . I do not expect God to single me out and grant me advantages over my fellow men. . . . Prayer seems to me a cry of weakness, and an attempt to avoid, by trickery, the rules of the game as laid down. I do not choose to admit weakness. I accept the challenge of responsibility.
Every separate sector of artistic creation has its own basic rules . . . data which govern it. They are contained in the textbooks on these subjects. A professional knows the rules of the game as a matter of course so that he can achieve, in the upper strata above that, a high quality of art.
The rules of the game are what we call the laws of nature.
The rule of the game was never assume that anybody, however honorable, would be able to stand up under torture. If Mr. X, who knew where I was, was caught for some reason, I should move.
I can never do better than ‘Fawlty Towers,’ whatever I do. Now I very much want to teach young talent some rules of the game.
Why do you have to use me to show off? If you want to show off, then why don’t you learn to play chess.” – Ch. 5
I stand for the square deal. I mean not merely that I stand for fair play under the present rules of the game, but that I stand for having those rules changed so as to work for a more substantial equality of opportunity and of reward for equally good service.
Women can always be caught; that’s the first rule of the game.
We have a lot of sort of received historical ways of viewing portraiture. And I suppose in some way I’m sort of questioning that by toying with the rules of the game.