When Things Go Wrong Quotes by Jim Rogers, Dolly Parton, Neil Gaiman, Roger Babson, Ashleigh Brilliant, Robert Fulghum and many others.
When things go wrong on a macroeconomic level, it’s almost always this way. People find someone to blame, whether it’s blacks, whites, Christians, Jews, Muslims-whoever.
I think every entertainer’s had nights when things go wrong. I mean you can’t remember everything all the time, and especially if you’re having hard times personally, things going on that you – you know, and then people make it worse. And that makes you feel worse.
When things go wrong, this is what you should do. Make good art.
If things go wrong, don’t go with them.
If you can smile when things go wrong, you have someone in mind to blame.
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.
When families are strong and stable, so are children – showing higher levels of wellbeing and more positive outcomes. But when things go wrong – either through family breakdown or a damaged parental relationship – the impact on a child’s later life can be devastating.
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.
When things go wrong or dont turn out the way you pictured them in your head, you just have to go with the best intentions defense. I have a lot of good intentions.
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.
Without a song the day would never end Without a song the road would never bend When things go wrong a man ain’t got a friend Without a song
We don’t learn much when everything goes right. We learn the most when things go wrong.
When things go wrong, simplify.
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.
Be your own worst critic. When things go wrong it’s tempting to shift the blame. Don’t. Accept responsibility. People will appreciate it, and you will find out what you’re capable of.
The man who smiles when things go wrong has thought of someone to blame it on.
I’m sick and tired of government ministers in this Labour government who simply blame other people when things go wrong.