I have also made this a point in our company: We need to stop taking baby steps and start thinking globally. It really seems to be helping.— Ratan Tata
Vibrant Baby Steps quotations
You're never too old to take baby steps
My psycho-analytic work has convinced me that when in the baby's mind the conflicts between love and hate arise, and the fears of losing the loved one become active, a very important step is made in development.
Baby steps count, as long as you are going forward.
You add them all up, and one day you look back and you'll be surprised at where you might get to.
In our society leaving baby with Daddy is just one step above leaving the kids to be raised by wolves or apes.
Walk that walk and go forward all the time.
Don't just talk that talk, walk it and go forward. Also, the walk didn't have to be long strides; baby steps counted too. Go forward.
The only time to take the step towards change is now.
Even if they're baby steps, start today! Consistency is important because you must make time to work on your goals. Even if there is little you can do, you must!
In south west Lancashire, babies don't toddle, they side-step.
Queuing women talk of 'nipping round the blindside'. Rugby league provides our cultural adrenalin. It's a physical manifestation of our rules of life, comradeship, honest endeavour, and a staunch, often ponderous allegiance to fair play.
Baby Steps are for Babies, Not Brands. Be Amazing or Be Surpassed.
Every baby saved, every mother helped to choose life is a step in the right direction.
In recovering from our creative blocks, it is necessary to go gently and slowly.
.. These are baby steps. Progress, not perfection, is what we should be asking of ourselves.
Pause and remember - Everyone gets discouraged and feels lost at times.
Don't worry - life will get better. A new way is being made for you. Keep moving forward even if it's just baby steps.
Remember to dream big, think long-term, underachieve on a daily basis, and take baby steps. That is the key to long-term success.
If you were to survey celebrated women, with every step toward real success there came a baby.
I went down to my baby's house and I sit down on her steps.
She said, now come on in now, you know, my husband just left.
The baby rises to its feet, takes a step, is overcome with triumph and joy - and falls flat on its face. It is a pattern for all that is to come! But learn from the bewildered baby. Lurch to your feet again. You'll make the sofa in the end.
Don't look too far in the future, don't worry about how you're going to have enough time or enough money or enough smarts; the "how?" is up to God. Just put your whole focus on this moment, doing this baby step at this moment; and then once you finish that one, God and the angels will give you the next assignment and so on and so forth.
Welfare reforms and the whole “happy” exploitation movement are not “baby steps.” They are big steps–in a seriously backward direction.
I've learned It's the important little baby steps, which teaches us, how to grow. Moving up just one small notch, will help us more, than we know.
Baby steps are the royal road to skill.
They are taking steps, but they are baby steps.
People always think there's this huge hundred-foot-high barrier that separates doing good from doing bad. But there's not. There's nothing. There's not even a little anthill. You just take one baby step in any direction and you're already there. You've doing something awful. And your life is changed forever.
You want baby daddy to be one step ahead of you.
Which they can't be, so it's a weird thing to ask for. But I have.
Life is like the rungs on a ladder. The reason they are placed so close together is that we can learn to take baby steps and reach our destinations safely.
I'll tell you how to solve this abortion thing.
..Those unwanted babies...? Leave about 12 of them on the Supreme Court steps.
Progress. Just make progress. It's okay to have setbacks and the need for do-overs. It's okay to draw a line in the sand and start over again - and again. Just make sure you're moving the line forward. Move forward. Take baby steps... Then change will come. And it will be good.
one thing about having a baby is that each step of the way you simply cannot imagine loving him any more than you already do, because you are bursting with love, loving as much as you are humanly capable of- and then you do, you love him even more.
That has been the same [my opinion on deportation], correct.
But, again, you have to start with baby steps.
It's a lot harder to keep your cool than it is to lose it.
That's on any work ethic. Even if you're a big producer on a movie set, or whatever, it's a lot harder to be a pro than be a baby on your crew. That's one work ethic to keep in mind, as one bad apple could give five people a bad day, when that one person could've stepped up their own efforts a little more and not bring anyone else down.
Courage is finding the inner strength and bravery required when confronting danger, difficulty, or opposition. Courage is the energy current behind all great actions and the spark that ignites the initial baby steps of growth. It resides deep within each of us, ready to be accessed in those moments when you need to forge ahead or break through seemingly insurmountable barriers. It is the intangible force that propels you forward on your journey.
They're kind of baby steps. We haven't made any measurable impact on the mortality rate or survival of this disease.
It's always when you think that you've lost a little of the baby weight that someone steps in grabs a handful of a now sans baby soft belly and asks the inevitable 'When are you due?'
Baby steps count, too, as long as you're moving forward.
Not that Matador is a major label, but its major enough for me.
On one level we're on Matador, but our amps still might explode on stage or they'll be an echo in the mic. It's like climbing a ladder. I like to climb it really slowly. I could probably get really professional right away, but I like to take baby steps and find my own way.
The patriarchal model of spirituality was, I think, a necessary step, as a baby learns to crawl before it walks.