Please find below a curated list of 232 of The Best Stressful Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Stressful Quotes that resonate.
What inspires me is the power of human potential… the human potential to evolve in our lives, and for profound healing. It’s always been there but it’s become somewhat obscure to us given the stressful, fast-paced modern culture in which we live. I’m also inspired by how miraculous some of the simplest and most natural aspects of life can be the greatest sources of healing and transformation.
Jobs and money are never the primary cause of stress. Thinking, negative thinking causes stress. The real cause of all problems lie in our thoughts, not in things or circumstances. You and I possess the power to change our thoughts. It is our greatest power – the power to choose. If you are feeling stressful, choose to relax. Look at your problems as a stranger might then do something about them – NOW!
I went to network on a handful of pilots, and going to network is the most stressful situation anybody can ever be in. You’re supposed to be on point, you’re supposed to be at the top of your game, the funniest you can be, in about five minutes, in front of people wearing suits who really don’t care, and they’ve probably already picked their person, but they have to see a handful just to satisfy the process. It’s the most horrible, horrible process known to man. I wouldn’t want anybody to go through it.
To do business with a friend is difficult. The business itself is so stressful, so if you’re havin’ a bad day you can easily take it out on somebody, and then you takin’ it out on somebody can easily turn into a blowup. It’s weird, because you might really get to know a person by doin’ business with them, then you probably decide you don’t even wanna be around them, and that can really launch it off.
There are new studies showing that young men and men with more progressive views of what a father should be – which is not just a helper and fun parent, but actually a partner – are beginning to feel more work-life conflict than mothers are. They’re trying to do what women have been doing for 30 years, and they’re having a very stressful time of it – a harder time at work because we still expect men to be on 24-7, working 40 years straight.
The recording process was basically me meeting with different writers, going into their studio, starting a song and just hanging out and chatting and getting to know how they work. Everybody has a different writing process so there was a lot of getting to know people, which can be fun and stressful at the same time.