Last Minute Quotes by Sonia Rykiel, Russel Honore, M. Russell Ballard, Jon Anderson, Paul Walker, Rita Mae Brown and many others.
…We need to strive to keep things in proper balance. Good balance comes in doing things in a timely way and in not procrastinating our preparation or waiting to fulfill our responsibilities until the last minute.
I’m a last-minute shopper. I end up at the mall or somewhere on Christmas Eve. It’s a shame.
The information was correct but the interpretations were not. I did my duty up to the last minute.
I wait till the last minute to do lyrics. I seem to work best that way – bummed out and under pressure. I often don’t do my homework. But I’ll always walk that extra mile.
I need some kind of… like… last minute, poorly-set-up deus ex machina!!
I will stay in the car until the last minute that I’m going to jump out and do a standup or jump out and do some interviews.
I love to play music, and this is fun, and let’s record this stuff in a way that we both like. That was exciting enough, so we just recorded it. There was no business in it until the very last minute, really. It was really as much of an extension of me writing the songs in my bedroom as it could possibly be.
When movie people go over into television, it’s a little bit of a shock. It’s much faster-paced. Everything is really last-minute. You won’t know your schedule for the next episode until the last minute.
I like to think in camera, but at the last minute the most important thing is that there is something happening between the actors. But good actors can have a lot of scenes going around them but sometimes it sort of helps the performance because it takes their mind off of who they are supposed to be.
As you schedule individual tasks, give yourself a cushion. Mark the due date a few days ahead of the actual deadline so you have time to deal with changes or last-minute emergencies.
Nothing makes a player more productive than the last minute.
I am so fascinated with this century it will help keep me alive. I’ll be there until the last minute, fighting.
Okay, yeah, he staggered back and fell into the condiments. Big deal. There wasn’t any blood. I didn’t even get him in the face. He saw my fist coming, and at the last minute he ducked, so instead of punching him in the nose, like I intended, I ended up punching him in the neck. I highly doubt it even left a bruise.