Things You Can Control Quotes by Steve Backley, Roger Ebert, Winston Churchill, Pete Wentz, Bryan Cranston, Bernie Williams and many others.
Invest your energy in the things you can control.
Just write, get better, keep writing, keep getting better. It’s the only thing you can control.
Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.
I wonder if killing yourself is the only thing you can control in your entire life, and that’s why it’s a sin. Because you’re beating God at his own game.
I learned long ago to focus on things you can control and don’t even pay attention to things you don’t.
My experience over 17 years playing with the Yankees, these are a few of the things that I’ve learned. You’ve got to have a plan of action, You have to stay focused on the things you can control, and don’t get discouraged or distracted by the things you cannot control.
Don’t worry about what you can’t control.
When you have the paparazzi hiding in the bushes outside your home, the only thing you can control is how you respond publicly.
If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.
I really believe the only thing you can control in those situations is what you do as a player but also how you interact with your teammates, which is critical.
When you look back from your Olympic experience, you never want to question whether you could have done more. The one thing you can control is your off-ice preparation.
You want to change your life? Control the only thing you can control: the meaning you give something.
Control the things you can control. As for the rest – God bless it all.
Business is the ultimate sport. In business, as in sport, the one thing you can control is effort.
Worry about the things you can control; the rest will either work themselves out, or they’ll kill you. Either way, no more worries.
Besides, the only thing you can control in life is your wardrobe. Cars break down when you least expect it. Boats eat money and gas. Your house, your mate, your friends, your family, even your career, are beyond your control. However, you’re in total command of what you put on your back each morning.
People spend all their time focused on things they can’t control. In truth, there are only two things you can control: your attitude and your work ethic.