Knowing What To Do Quotes by Jerry Pournelle, Seth, Chuck Close, Pope Francis, Peter Drucker, Harrison Ford and many others.
You no longer have much in the way of knowing what to do in a big, epic novel about the future, because nobody knows what the hell is going to happen.
Knowing what to do is very, very different than actually doing it.
Having a routine, knowing what to do, gives me a sense of freedom and keeps me from going crazy. It’s calming.
What is most important subject you have to learn in life? To learn how to love. This is the challenge that life offers you: to learn bow to love. Not just to accumulate information without knowing what to do with it. But through that love, let that information bear fruit.
The problem in my life and other people’s lives is not the absence of knowing what to do but the absence of doing it.
Acting was a way out at first. A way out of not knowing what to do, a way of focusing ambitions. And the ambition wasn’t for fame. The ambition was to do an interesting job.
The more extensive a man’s knowledge of what has been done, the greater will be his power of knowing what to do.
Sometimes knowing what to do is knowing when to stop.
Spiritual maturity is not knowing what to do with your whole life, but just knowing what to do next.
Catching a fly ball is a pleasure, but knowing what to do with it after you catch it is a business.
Knowledge is knowing a fact, wisdom is knowing what to do with that fact.
I had an instinct before and maybe now I don’t have that instinct as much as knowing what to do, what shots to hit, where to place the ball, things like that.
The most unhappy people in the world are those who face the days without knowing what to do with their time. But if you have more projects than you have time for, you are not going to be an unhappy person. This is as much a question of having imagination and curiosity as it is of actually making plans.
Knowing what to do is useless without the emotional strength to do what you know.
It not knowing what to do, it’s doing what you know.
Wisdom consists not so much in knowing what to do in the ultimate as in knowing what to do next.
We have so much information but maybe we donвЂ™t know what to do with that information. So we run the risk of becoming museums of young people who have everything but not knowing what to do with it. We donвЂ™t need young museums but we do need holy young people.