When Things Go Wrong Quotes by Simon Sinek, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Christian Bale, Jack McDevitt, Olivia Newton-John, Marilyn Monroe and many others.
A leader should not take credit when things go right if they are not willing to accept responsibility when things go wrong.
You know who your true friends are when things go wrong for you, but the opposite is also true. When things go well, the people who really love you are happy.
It’s very easy to leave when things go wrong, but to stick around and to basically give life to a town because of everything that it gave you generation after generation after generation, that to me is what defines a true American.
When things go wrong, the standard management strategy is to decide who takes the blame. This should be an underling, as far down the chain as possible, but preferably with some visibility so people know management means business.
‘Grease’ changed my life in the most amazing way, and I’ve had such an amazing life. When things go wrong, you’ve got to believe you will get through them and focus on the positive things in your life.
Things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right.
Our whole system of government is based on “We the people,” but if we the people don’t pay attention to what’s going on, we have no right to bellyache or squawk when things go wrong.
A leader or mentor gives credit to others when things go right, and accepts the blame when things go wrong.
When things go right it’s hard to figure out why, but when things go wrong it’s really easy.
At the end of the day it’s really easy to be a great leader when things are going well. The real test, whether or not you believe in being an emotionally intelligent leader, is when things go wrong.
When things go wrong, I just think: It’s part of the journey.
I need to depend on Someone who is bigger, stronger and wiser than I am. I don’t do it on my own. God is my strength. He gave me a good body and some talent and the freedom to develop it. He helps me when things go wrong. He forgives me when I fall on my face. He lights the way.
When things go wrong, you’ll find they usually go on getting worse for some time; but when things once start going right they often go on getting better and better.
Snowboarding is like driving a car. When things are all right, you’re on it. But when things go wrong, it goes really, really bad really fast.
Underneath runs the main current of preoccupation, which is keeping one’s nose clean at all times. This means that when things go wrong you have to pass the blame along the line, like pass-the-parcel, till the music stops.
Since our awareness of others is considered our duty, the price we pay when things go wrong is guilt and self-hatred. And things always go wrong. We respond with apologies; we continue to apologize long after the event is forgotten – and even if it had no causal relation to anything we did to begin with.
For all my good intentions, there are days when things go wrong or I fall into old habits. When things are not going well, when I’m grumpy or mad, I’ll realize that I’ve not been paying attention to my soul and I’ve not been following my best routine.