Everything we see in the world is the creative work of women.— Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Profound Creative Work quotations
Maybe it won't work out. But maybe seeing if it does will be the best adventure ever.
The Toyota style is not to create results by working hard.
It is a system that says there is no limit to people's creativity. People don't go to Toyota to 'work' they go there to 'think'.
Mama had an appreciation of the language.
She taught me a love of words, of how they should be used and how they can fill a creative soul with a passion and lead to a life's work.
Work hard, be creative, believe in yourself, be confident.
Inspiration is a guest that does not willingly visit the lazy.
Creative people have to believe in the value of their work.
If you don’t have any belief then you can’t give anything—designing is an act of giving, and a belief in the value of the work fuels the desire to express something. It’s important to know what your values are and to take care of them.
Creativity comes from trust. Trust your instincts. And never hope more than you work.
The only people who get paid enough, get paid what they're worth are people who don't follow the instruction book, who create art, who are innovative, who work without a map. That option is now available to everyone to take it.
The seven principles of Kwanzaa - unity, self-determinat ion, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith -- teach us that when we come together to strengthen our families and communities and honor the lesson of the past, we can face the future with joy and optimism.
Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes, work never begun.
All work and no play doesn't just make Jill and Jack dull, it kills the potential of discovery, mastery, and openness to change and flexibility and it hinders innovation and invention.
In order to be created, a work of art must first make use of the dark forces of the soul
When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something.
You're mind is working at its best when you're being paranoid.
You explore every avenue and possibility of your situation at high speed with total clarity.
The long path from material through function to creative work has only one goal: to create order out of the desperate confusion of our time.
You don't think your way to creative work. You work your way to creative thinking.
The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary.
Love is the real power. It's the energy that cherishes. The more you work with that energy, the more you will see how people respond naturally to it, and the more you will want to use it. It brings out your creativity, and helps everyone around you flower. Your children, the people you work with--everyone blooms.
For an artist to do creative work, he needs at once physical health and some physiomental ill health. He needs both serenity and gloom.
Creativity arises out of the tension between spontaneity and limitations, the latter (like the river banks) forcing the spontaneity into the various forms which are essential to the work of art or poem.
Creativity has much to do with experience, observation and imagination, and if any one of those key elements is missing, it doesn't work.
Anyone can take pictures. What's difficult is thinking about them, organizing them, and trying to use them in some way so that some meaning can be constructed out of them. That's really where the work of the artist begins.
Stop thinking about art works as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.
The creative act is not performed by the artist alone;
the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qualifications and thus adds his contribution to the creative act.
I picture the vast realm of the sciences as an immense landscape scattered with patches of dark and light. The goal towards which we must work is either to extend the boundaries of the patches of light, or to increase their number. One of these tasks falls to the creative genius; the other requires a sort of sagacity combined with perfectionism.
Just as it takes time for a speck of fish spawn to develop into a fully grown fish, so, too, we need time for everything that develops and crystallizes in the world of ideas. Architecture demands more of this time than other creative work.
Making movies is not rocket science. It's about relationships and communication and strangers coming together to see if they can get along harmoniously, productively, and creatively. That's a challenge. When it works, it's fantastic and will lift you up. When it doesn't work, it's almost just as fascinating.
If an idea does not appear bizarre, there is no hope for it.
Automation and technology would be a great boon if it were creative, if there were more leisure, more opportunity to engage in raising a family, providing guidance to the young, all the stuff we say we need. America will work if we're all in it together. It'll work when there's a shared sense of destiny. It can be done!
I just really enjoy the process of working with other talented, creative people.
There's great power in bringing diverse points of view together. It can be incredibly stimulating.
All truly great art is optimistic. The individual artist is happy in his creative work. The fact that practically all great art is tragic does not in any way change the above thesis.
Sometimes creativity just means the daily work of helping others to see a problem in a different way.
A creative artist works on his next composition because he was not satisfied with his previous one.
Without great solitude no serious work is possible.
Stress is not necessarily something bad it all depends on how you take it.
The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental.
If an artist wants to use his mind for creative work, cutting oneself off from society is a necessary thing
Every work of art needs a spine – an underlying theme, a motive for coming into existence. It doesn't have to be apparent to the audience. But you need it at the start of the creative process to guide you and keep you going.
Loneliness sometimes gives me a quantity of creativeness - you're drinking another glass of wine and you're feeling even worse. Art doesn't work without pain; art also exists for compensating pain.