Schedule Quotes

Schedule Quotes by Lois Lowry, Lzzy Hale, Bill Gates, Erika Christensen, Shah Rukh Khan, Park Shin-hye and many others.

Writing is self employment, so you can make your own schedule.
You’re so used to being on the road and having a schedule that the insanity seeps in when you’re sitting at home and there’s nothing going on that day.
The kids are a big part of my schedule.
I didn’t plan on going to college, at least not a full-time schedule. I still have that plan. I may take some individual classes at some point as an indulgence.
I personally believe the film turns out better when shot in one short schedule, plus it doesn’t stress the actors.
Due to my hectic work schedule, I hardly have enough sleep, and my skin tends to look dull. Facial masks are my savior, as it helps to brighten and hydrate my skin.
I’m chomping at the bit for more movie roles as long as it doesn’t interfere with my WWE schedule.
I’ve learned that I really want to shoot short films on a short schedule. There can be very good films that run 110 minutes, but 90 minutes is beautiful.
After 10 years of WWE, in a somewhat dramatic fashion, it just didn’t feel right, so I stepped out of my contract, and after 10 years of that schedule, I had all this time.
I worked with HBO on ‘Recount,’ and we had a wonderful experience together. I’m such a fan of HBO and how much flexibility they give in character as well as schedule.
I have this wonderful schedule where I work full-time and also get to be a full-time mom.
A schedule so tight that it would only work if I didn’t sleep on Monday nights.
Going to the spa is the ultimate way to unwind, but unfortunately with such a busy schedule, I’m not able to always get to there.
You know, like I said, I’m not going to adjust my Senior Tour schedule.
My schedule is too overwhelmingly full to think about the future.
To be a series regular for two seasons taught me so much about what it takes to be on a TV schedule and work those kind of hours and just work in front of a camera in general.
I don’t plan or schedule my career thinking first I will play a common man, then a police officer, then a superhero. I love good scripts, and I don’t care if I play the main part in it or not. I want to be a part of good films. That’s my dream… ‘Jacobinte Swargarajyam’ was that film for me.
No, I don’t spend a lot of time in the studio, man. I truly don’t. I’ll be in there when I have to. I hate the containment, I can’t stand the schedule crap.
Imagine if we can just talk to our computers and have it understand, ‘Please schedule a meeting with Bob for next week.’ Or if each child could have a personalized tutor. Or if self-driving cars could save all of us hours of driving.
Co-parenting is going great with Britney. The schedule has been worked out over time, and we talk when we need to. It’s always about the boysmostly school stuff – and we make sure we stay on top of that. It’s going great.
I am a skateboarder, and to stay fit for skating I have to stay away from a lot of things. I go to parties and that’s fun for me, but between skating and lifting and everything, I know what I have to do the next day, so I’m very conscious about my schedule and keeping it.
ECW was the most fun for me artistically. And then, WWE, it was also very fun, but that was part of it. It was also a very stressful, monotonous schedule. There was a lot of politics, adjusting to that, and I am not a politician, and I don’t play those games. So that was very frustrating for me as well.
I think people are transient. Back in the early church, there was a ‘stick and stay’ mentality. In this day and time, people have a fast food mentality of ministry. If it doesn’t fit them or if it doesn’t fit in their schedule, they’ll move on to something else. That’s a norm in today‘s time.
I’m manic about my schedule.
I don’t really have a schedule; I just get up in the morning. I work at home. I don’t feel that my work is a separate thing from living – I get ideas about what I want to write about from the real things that I’m worrying about as I live.
On a personal level, the ‘Young Apprentice‘ schedule is very long. The children needed long breaks so the sheer amount of time it took made it tougher. There was a lot more hanging around. But as a show, championing young people and promoting young people who are willing to have a go, I thought it was great.
I’m just the sister of the future Prince, and my children come first. I work my schedule around them.
I like girls that have a nice smile and nice eyes. I want to date a girl who understands my busy schedule and that I have to be on tour a lot. And she has to make me laugh!
I was very determined and excited to get back in the ring and do it on my own time and schedule and to get out there and work for all these companies around the world.
When I’m in the studio, I’m very cautious about it because if there’s one thing that can destroy music being made, it’s any sort of agenda, expectation and/or schedule, or any of that.
My father would schedule meetings over breakfast. Film-makers such as Rakesh Roshan and Prakash Jha have seen me as a child run around the house.
Typically, I get to the office around eight o’clock. I have a very mixed schedule, and I always try to keep time for things that are not planned. You need time for whatever might pop up in the week.
I used to get 2000 as pocket money, and I was being offered a car and an opportunity to make lakhs, so I said a yes. I was a kid and got homesick over my 40-day schedule in Bangalore and decided that I would only do films in the South if they were 10-day roles.
I try and work out as much as I can because when you exercise, it releases endorphins and makes you feel really good. I also make sure I schedule time with my friends, family, and loved ones because I realize that, as well as your physical well-being, you have to look out for your mental well-being, too.
To my bad luck, my first schedule for ‘Natasaarvabhowma’ was in Kolkata and I was not really introduced to the language.
I like that kind of frantic schedule. It makes me feel like I have a purpose.
When I get a new script, I write a record of how many costume and make-up changes I have. I cross-check them against the shooting schedule and then consult with the hair and make-up designers.
I think I’m better wired for television. I love variety as far as a project. I’m easily bored and the schedule of a television show, it just keeps you going.
Travelling by myself is always more of an adventure: I meet more people. I experience the place to the fullest. I’m on my own schedule.
I’ve definitely grown apart from a lot of my friends. Some of them don’t understand the schedule, and it’s not that I don’t want to talk to them, it’s that sometimes I am really busy and can’t get back to them.
To me, you have to take your schedule and just take things one game at a time.
Memory runs by its own itinerary, departing and arriving at stations of the past on its own schedule.
I’m afraid sometimes I cram too much into my schedule. And I’m not very domesticated. I’m absolutely hopeless in the kitchen.
One of my messages to Republicans is very simple: One-third of your schedule should be listening to people in minority communities.
When ‘Animals’ released, I still had one year left in school, so it was, like, super weird. I had number one in the U.K., and I would still go to school five days a week. They made, like, a schedule when I could tour and when I had to be home for tests. But my team made it happen. My parents, they helped as well.
I do have a chore schedule – in my mind. I don’t tell anyone I have it, but it’s in my mind.
My trainer ensures I eat right and balance out in between my hectic shoot schedule.
Too often, tributes to the home-cooked meal assume every family has a schedule that gets everyone home by 5:30 P.M. And too many recipes treat cooking as a solitary pursuit that requires the cook – still most often Mom – to take time away from other family interactions and chores.
The TV schedule is essentially four or five days to get in touch with the story you’re doing that week.
I don’t just hop in the car. I have destinations. I drive to relax. I’ll be gone for two weeks, hit four or five major cities. I don’t like being nowhere for more than two or three days. I just go. I don’t have a schedule.
A friend of mine has a son who became deaf through meningitis. He called me one spring and asked me to keep a week out of my schedule because he wanted to start a school for deaf kids. I wanted to help.
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I’m certainly interested in taking a photo with anyone who took time out of their busy schedule in life to say hello.
The thing I love most about going on vacation is that I get to leave behind any kind of schedule. My entire life is scheduled from morning to night, and when I’m on vacation, there is no schedule.
I don’t go on tour tours – I just go randomly to cities to do shows if I have an opening in my schedule.
From apparently superluminal radio sources in deep space, to the neutrinos that were supposed to be arriving ahead of schedule at the Grand Sasso experiment in Italy, every apparent exception to Einstein‘s ultimate speed law has turned out to be a phantom.
Japan is a country that works well. The trains, buses, and planes stick to their timetables. When you try to change the schedule of anything, it can confuse.
I try to keep a regular work schedule.
We try to live by the secret of sevens. A friend, who has been married for over 40 years, told us about this magic. Make and keep a date every seven days, take a night away alone, for yourself, every seven weeks, and schedule an adult-only vacation every seven months.
Every Diwali, the excitement sets in with all the decorations, lights and Puja. Even if busy schedule of shoots does not allow time to enjoy all the celebrations or perform rituals, I make sure to do whatever I can.
My downtime tends to resemble my uptime. Weekends are workdays, but toned down. Over the whole weekend, I may have five meetings, as opposed to six on a weekday. I used to play piano for 30 minutes at night, but I had to pull that out of my schedule. I don’t have time for nonwork stuff.
Any actor will tell you there’s more of a schedule to doing a television show. That’s why you’ll notice a lot of big movie actors are doing television, and they’ll tell you, it’s because of the schedule.
They should be required to be in less events; there should be less events for the women. It seems it takes an actual meltdown on the court or women quitting the game altogether before they realize there’s a need to change the schedule.
Architecture is a service business. An architect is given a program, budget, place, and schedule. Sometimes the end product rises to art – or at least people call it that.
Britain has a Terrorism Act, which has within it a portion called Schedule 7, which is quite unique. What it is is it gives officials the ability to detain people at the border as they go in or out or even transit through the country.
A revised schedule is to business what a new season is to an athlete or a new canvas to an artist.
If you only write when the muse strikes, you won’t get anything done. You have to write consistently, when your schedule says you should. And that’s hard.
I’m open to anything interesting as long as it doesn’t clash with my schedule as a mom and wife.
I would say from top to bottom, the SEC is strongest. Every now and then, another conference is going to have a great number one team. But week in and week out, having to play a really tough schedule that’s preparing you for the postВ­season, there’s no better conference than the SEC.
After going through a really tight schedule and sharing some great moments with a team, the last day shoot always turns out to an emotional experience.
Fitness is getting creative as gym equipment is not available at home. I am making do with the resources I have. I’m being given a schedule I can follow by my trainer. Of course it is not close to the exercises I can do in the gym. But I am trying to do as much as I can to maintain my strength.
If I waited to be inspired to go to the gym, I’d never get there. I schedule my exercise time; I schedule my work time. This is especially important if you have a day job as I did while writing my first seven novels.
My schedule can be hectic, so I’m always trying to find time to see my friends and family.
People talk about the drama of the set that goes on and on. But it leaves one guy exhausted for the next round, it’s horrible for the players waiting to come on court, and it has the potential to mess up the schedule for everyone.
We try to be conscious of the amount of trash we have. Having a water filter allows us to be aware of not using too many water bottles. Since I am not able to hand wash due to my schedule, I use Seventh Generation laundry detergent, and I feel less guilty.
My schedule is always tight. But I like to have the pressure of having to finish doing something; it gives me an added edge.
I want to go at least 11 hours without food. I sat next to Hugh Jackman at a conference, and he told me he fasted 12 to 14 hours when he was training for the Wolverine movies. I’ve deluded myself into thinking I can effortlessly achieve the same body type as Hugh Jackman if I keep up this eating schedule.
I have a crazy work schedule, I don’t eat good food, and I often work through nights, but I am just doing what I love.
How does a project get to be a year behind schedule? One day at a time.
I’ve been modeling since 2012, when I was 18, so I am used to following a crazy schedule.
I do try to schedule out the week and I do make sure that when I get home, I’m done. That’s when my emails can get really backed up because when I get home I need to be totally present for the kids.
WCW and WWE were two totally different environments. A lot of guys in WCW were making a lot of money, and the work schedule wasn’t that hard. You had to earn it in WWE.
There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full.
I practice yoga even when my schedule doesn’t allow me to teach. I’ve been practicing for 17 years, since before it became hip.
The reason why I have lost weight is that I looked at the international schedule and thought that I wanted to play for another two years. It is a very hectic schedule and if I want to get through that then I have to be in the best shape that I can.
I have never in my life found myself in a situation where I’ve stopped work and said, ‘Thank God it’s Friday.’ But weekends are special even if your schedule is all over the place. Something tells you the weekend has arrived and you can indulge yourself a bit.
I spent all my time on my movies worried that people were eating and that the schedule was being kept, so to have experts in those areas giving me the brain space as a writer and director is huge.
I try not to look at my schedule for the week because I’ll get so overwhelmed. Every day, there are multiple things to be done and 10 things I don’t end up accomplishing.
Although I managed my schedule to be home by late afternoon most days, basically, Roselle raised our children alone. And so I missed out on a lot of wonderful moments, missed watching my kids grow into the wonderful people they are today.
In fact, I schedule my day in a way so that I can pack in every aspect of what I enjoy, whether it’s being with my kids or my workout sessions and on top of it, I will absolutely be a hands-on working person.
My schedule has slowed a little. I’ve cut back on some of my assignments. But I still have the enthusiasm for the sports world that I had 38 years ago.
With films, you are not so much on a schedule. TV is all about scheduling.
Serena and I have done some great career planning, and we’re playing really at the peak of our tennis right now. I think tennis has been a sport where people play this insane schedule from 14 years old, so of course at 26, it’s over. We’ve really paced ourselves.
If you want an active schedule, you have to husband your time so you can act on the things that are important.
My back’s not great, and I can’t wrestle a full schedule.
I never had one day that I didn’t want to be on the ice, because I always had an objective for that day. I had a rigorous plan and schedule in place that I had to adhere to. It was a step-by-step process of slowly but surely inching toward the Olympic Games and using every day as a series of goals to be accomplished.
Every day I have this crazy schedule that happened overnight – it’s a lot to process.
One of the best mental disciplines for people to implement is simply putting together a schedule or a task list and actually executing it. Write the list or the schedule the night before, and then do what you said you would do. Life becomes much better when you do that.
I am at home with my kids from 6 to 8. If I have a work dinner, I’ll schedule to have dinner after 8. But we’re working at night. You’ll get plenty of emails from me post-8 P.M. when my kids go to bed.
I like to write from midnight to dawn with great stores of candy and Red Bull laid in… I’m not sure why I have the work habits of a 20-year-old coder, but no matter how many times I set up a more reasonable schedule, I always fall back to this.
A talented child will have a schedule that is horrendous. You get up and practice, go to school, practice some more, eat dinner, and then you have homework.
You never say never, but I am very, very comfortable in the position I’m in with ‘Lucha Underground.’ I love their schedule, I love their style, I love what they have to offer.
There’s no doubt, doing what we do, the schedule that we have and the danger that we incur every single week, NASCAR drivers should be making NBA, NFL money.
Sometimes my schedule doesn’t allow time to go to the hotel after I get off the plane, so I bring my Freebird boots or my old school Adidas shell-toes to throw on after I land.
For me it’s always about trying to consistently maintain a fit and body-conscious eating schedule so three days before I’m not like, ‘Oh my God – I have a bathing suit shoot I have to do.’
I never buy plane tickets out of a country until I’m in the country, so I get on the ground, figure out what I need, where I’m going, how much time I need, and schedule as I go along.
This is a profession for me, but I started off as a self-publisher working on my own schedule and my own stuff before moving on to graphic novels with First Second Books, where there was definitely a schedule, but it was very different from monthly comics.
I’ve been to almost every country in the world, and the most frustrating thing for me has been that my schedule has always been so busy that there’s so little time before and after performances to explore where I’m visiting.
You couldn’t be performing if it weren’t for the audience. I appreciate them being there. So why not applaud them? They took time out of their schedule to show up and sit in the concert hall and be part of the experience.
It’s hard enough juggling one cricket schedule with three formats let alone when my wife plays cricket on a completely different schedule as well. Something I take into consideration heavily is being able to spend time together.
I think the basketball gods will get you every time if you start trying to mess with the game. You’ve got to take what the schedule gives you, or who the standings give you.
Being home schooled is awesome because you can make your own schedule, so as far as time management, it’s up to you how much you get done and when you get it done. It’s all got to get done; how you do it is up to you.
When you see players coming into the new season with injuries and already carrying strapping on various parts of their bodies in January, then it only serves to highlight how hard the sport is and how demanding the schedule can be. There really isn’t an off-season and that’s the nature of the beast.
The problem for large scientific projects is to do something that is being done for the first time, balanced against cost, schedule. and promises to the government. That is a hard balancing act.
My approach to comedy is that whenever it comes to me, I write it. With ‘The Daily Show,’ you have to write stuff every day, and that’s a new experience for me, to not only write on someone else’s schedule but a daily schedule.
In the initial stages of my journey, I was trying to travel too fast by horse by sticking to a ‘five days on and two off’ schedule. On the steppe, time is not measured by days, weeks or hours but the fall of the seasons and condition of the animals.
If you make the schedule exciting and make the events exciting, that is what guarantees you the people to come back if they had a good time.
I am always urging my students to honor their writing practice, to set up a schedule.
With TV, you just have to finish the days and get the episodes out. And it’s always going to be an impossible schedule. That’s the funny thing with TV that not a lot of people realize.
Looking back now on our workload, I just shake my head at our pace. ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation‘ was my first series, so I didn’t know anything about that when I started. I just assumed it was normal to make 26 episodes a year on a seven-day shooting schedule.
You don’t look through the NBA schedule and say, ‘this is going to be an easy night.’
I don’t care where you go or what company you work for – and I’ve pretty much worked for them all – WWE by far is the most brutal road schedule in the world. It takes a special kind of individual to navigate that and be able to thrive in that environment. It’s a challenge that I’ve enjoyed.
I have a crazy work schedule.
Home will always be Northern Ireland but my schedule means for the next few years I won’t be there as much. I can’t do the same things that I did a year ago. That is I’m something conscious of, but I’m not sad about it. It’s fine.
When you’re on a show schedule, everything is heightened. You’re always aware of what works and what doesn’t so you can be at your best.
I think the rigors of a TV schedule are brutal and ‘Six Feet Under’ wasn’t a network schedule. We did 13 shows, we didn’t do 22. I don’t know how people do that. I really don’t. I mean the shows are shorter, but wow, it’s quite a discipline.
It is important for me to carve out time in my schedule to spend quality time with my family.
Our training schedule can change quite a bit throughout the year – if you’re going into quite a heavy Test match workload a lot of it’s based on recovery and a lot of aerobic work is done in that period.
I make my own schedule, I control my destiny, I get what I work for, and the money is great.
Being on time is a practice I imbibed from my dad. He would be ready with make-up on at least three hours ahead of schedule.
For me specifically, I think college benefited me. Just getting me out of doing, getting me out of what I was doing before. I was just doing the same thing, you know, every day, same schedule, just practicing, training, things like that.
You miss the routine. That’s the biggest thing. That’s probably the biggest thing that put me into a hole, that you don’t have a routine, you don’t get up and work out and then eat and then go to the rink and practice an all those things in a set schedule.
Television is a lot of fun. It’s faster-paced. The schedule is really desirable, I guess. But as far as films go, and I’ve only done a couple; film is like a definitive beginning, middle and end. You know your character’s arch.
I like to be very consistent with workouts and getting a good amount of sleep. I’ve really been enjoying Pilates lately. It’s actually really tough to fit in my schedule, but if I can get in a workout three times a week while we’re shooting, that feels right. Any more seems to deplete my energy.
Somebody who doesn’t understand my directing style could be pretty taken aback by it if I start going off the schedule and focusing on something because I’m inspired in the moment.
Training and eating with super precision and determination on top of an already busy schedule as an actor and businessman has been really difficult and I am lucky to have the support of my family, friends and fans.
As it is, I have a busy schedule, and I don’t think I have the time for Test matches.
I’m just kind of taking a break now and enjoying the freedom of making my own choices. When you’re on a television show for six years, they run your schedule.
Try to find a good gym, have a schedule or take a class every day, and make it a habit.
So I don’t have a normal, regimented schedule at all, but on a normal day, I’d say I wake up around 10 A.M.
On a normal day, I would wake up at 7:00 A.M. and spend about three to four hours training every day. But all of that depends on my school schedule. School and classes usually run from 8:00-10:40 A.M., but not before I’ve had a coffee for breakfast.
Whatever the reason is, I hope we can finish talking about the Olympics. It’s gone, it’s behind us. The schedule wasn’t proper for players who went there and there is some fatigue in a lot guys’ play right now.
Whenever you join a club you look at the schedule to see when you can play the team you left.
For us as entertainers traveling, the schedule gets really crazy – flying all the time, being on a bus tour, changing hotels every day. And it’s challenging.
I have a busy schedule and am constantly traveling so when I do have the time to grocery shop or prepare a meal, I make it a priority.
I’m not an idiot; I can make adjustments to my life. But I like having a schedule.
For me, making schedules are critical to make sure we attend to all the needs of the kids and our family. After adding everyone’s schedule on the calendar, I make sure that every day I have some sacred time for myself so I can recharge.
I’m used to practicing. I’m used to the schedule. That’s kind of what I was born to do. That’s what I’ve been doing my whole life.
I think more dating stuff is scheduling. It’s needing people who understand your work schedule.
It’s nice to predict your schedule, especially with a child. It’s nice to have work and be in a stable place, which isn’t always easy for actors.
I did ‘The Avengers.’ ‘Marco Polo‘ happened at the same time for me. So working that schedule out was a bit of an issue, but I was fortunate enough to make both things work.
When I’m working, I always make time to get exercise into my schedule.
The only reason I’m coming out here tomorrow is the schedule says I have to.
I’m normally running three to 10 meetings at a time. I just pile them all up. I have no schedule and everybody just kind of meets at the same time. It sometimes makes people who are really important in their minds very uncomfortable because they’re used to getting an automatic three hours alone.
As a kid, I’d get up at 3 in the morning during school vacations to help my father on his bakery-truck route. He didn’t get a vacation from that schedule.
I like to be organized, I like to stick to my schedule. That’s how I stay focused.
I’m never without my personalised Anya Hindmarch diary – I keep my schedule online, too, but my diary is always in my bag. It’s crammed Post-its.
Let me tell you something – compared to a TV-drama production schedule, touring is not strenuous.
I really, genuinely don’t look at my schedule too often, because when I do, I get a little overwhelmed by how much is going on.
I like to be able to wear something that is appropriate for wherever the day takes me: to work, on a hike and then out to dinner. I like to take the formality out of the day’s schedule and be ready for any off-road detour.
When it comes to exercise, it’s really hard for me to have a weekly routine because my schedule changes daily. But I try to go jogging as much as possible – when I’m in L.A., I do it every day.
The night before, go over your schedule and see what you’re going to do and what the purpose of what you’re doing is. I advocate having a two-column schedule. On the left, put down all your appointments and phone calls. On the right, put down what the purpose is.
The American professional schedule gives players a six-month off-season, so many of us have become pickup regulars while training without an organized team.
I’ve learned that I can’t have a packed work schedule and a packed social schedule and a packed personal life; I need to just have time to myself to sit and breathe and unwind.
Although I have a busy work schedule, I make sure I spend time with my family and create a balance between my work and family life.
So many people are insanely busy nowadays, and it’s easy to say, ‘Ah, I’ll workout tomorrow.’ But you have to set aside a time and stick to that schedule.
Anyone who’s familiar with my writing schedule knows that there is always plenty of time between books for me!
I thoroughly enjoy sitcoms – the schedule that comes with them and the camaraderie you feel with a certain group of people when you’ve been working together for a long time.
The only plan the Administration seems to have for winning the war is that there is no plan and no schedule for our troops to come home and get out of harm‘s way.
I train six days a week for four to five hours a day. I like to keep the same schedule when I’m in camp for every fight.
I do not write by any set time schedule. I realize there are many writers who follow a daily regime where they arise at 6:00 a.m., do some sort of exercise, eat breakfast and then sit down and produce words for a three to four hour period.
I keep a really tight schedule.
It so happens that whenever I come to Delhi, my schedule is always packed. But sometimes, I call my friends to my hotel itself. And of course, I ask them to get the food I love. This way, I get to meet them and enjoy my favorite cuisines too.
X Out is perfect for my schedule. It is so simple, fast and actually works. I am more confident in my own skin and always camera ready – a necessity in my line of work.
Film and television, one is generally faster. Television generally moves faster in terms of directing, schedules and getting things done. Film, you’re on a pretty tight schedule, so the process is the dame.
It’s been pretty wild, but the teaching schedule is a pretty awesome fit for wrestling. No weekends, all summer, and plenty of sick time.
Is an out-of-control life challenge making you feel ‘out of control’ over your entire life? If so, stop lying around doing nothing. Stop sleeping late. Stop watching too much TV. Start recognizing that this lack of a disciplined schedule will only increase your feelings of being out of control of your life.
I like to be busy. It’s not always easy because the schedule gets busy; especially, the more successful you are, the more demands you have. But it’s definitely worth the sacrifice.
For a two-hour movie on a 20-day shooting schedule, it’s O.K. to have an actor who’s a pain in the neck.
Sometimes films have no rehearsals – you don’t have real rehearsals on the set because the day is so dominated by the schedule.
My work schedule doesn’t always accommodate my workout schedule, but I make do with what time I’ve got.
If you’re sitting in a monastery, where your schedule is set and you have very few uncontrolled variables, that’s fantastic that you can do loving/kindness meditation, but that’s not the world I live in.
Sometimes in the NBA, the schedule gets to be a lot with all these events, busses, planes and games. But once that’s gone, you miss it so bad.
It’s all discipline and schedule for me. I mean, it’s very easy to get distracted by the real world and things that intrude constantly, and it takes dedication to live totally in your head and be tuned out.
Every day, I get up to hit the gym; the schedule is such that it gives me the requisite energy to last the entire day. I stress on cardiovascular exercises, and the workout is programmed with my sporting schedule. Most of the fitness schedule is based on what I require for my upcoming matches.
In-person town halls generally require a commitment several weeks in advance – a commitment my office is not prepared to make given the full schedule of the Senate and the duties attendant to service there.
Sometimes a director is making three films. Perhaps he is shooting a film in Madras and a film in Bombay and he can’t leave Madras as some shooting has to be done, so he directs by telephone. The shooting takes place. On schedule.
Sticking to my schedule, I’ve gotten over seven months ahead, which allowed me to write a ‘Pearls Before Swine‘ movie script for the big screen.
I’m very rigid about my schedule. I sit down at 8 A.M., and the Internet blocker goes on. My standard time is 120 minutes. I’m a compulsive writer, so it reminds me to stop writing… If I write more than that, I turn into an ogre for my kids.
Doing a TV show where it’s a very relentless schedule, it does democratise you in a brilliant way. It does chip away at the old ego and you do realise that you’re only really ever as good as the words that you’re saying, the people you’re talking to, or more importantly, listening to.
I would love to be a creative offensive consultant where I could help design and help create plays and ways to attack other teams without having the coaching schedule.
I don’t follow other players or the tournaments they play. I have my own schedule and do my own thing. I never really think, ‘Oh, I want to be or play like so-and-so.’ I just like being myself.
I put running into my schedule just as I put anything else whether it’s a meeting or an event or a dinner. I think carving out time to run or exercise gives you brain power and makes you more efficient in other aspects of your life, so it’s worth taking the time.
‘Days of Our Lives‘ was an insane schedule. You’re doing a whole one-hour show in a day. You do a very cursory run-through with the director telling you where you’re going to be standing, then you do a quick rehearsal on camera and you shoot it.
Charles Shaughnessy
The idea that vaccines are a primary cause of autism is not as crackpot as some might wish. Autism’s 60-fold rise in 30 years matches a tripling of the U.S. vaccine schedule.
To keep the skin moist throughout my travels, and within a tight schedule, moisture care is necessary. And skin ageing originates from dry skin. So before I go to bed, I use my Laneige Perfect Renew Regenerator, and sometimes, I use Water Bank Essence, too.
I have a big family and had to move them all from the coast of Oregon to New York three times for the workshops and for the actual production itself, which had about a four month development rehearsal schedule.
I can’t live my life according to anyone else‘s schedule.
I was working, like, 14-hour days on ‘Fargo,’ and now if I schedule more than two things in a day, I’m like, ‘Whoa, you guys. That’s two train rides, and I have to plan for an hour-and-a-half lunch with my cat.’
I wasn’t even sure I’d be able to walk. I couldn’t even go outside. Maybe I was just burnt crisp from the gruelling schedule I had been keeping for years.
I’ve found it really hard to finish writing songs when you’re writing on not just your schedule but somebody else’s.
I did a severe amount of plays in high school. I was in every single show that my drama club produced. Then in the summer I would do plays, and I was also playing sports. I was probably a hellish kid, come to think of it, for my parents’ schedule. But then I went to college in North Carolina.
I’d rather be very well prepared before I move to heavyweight or light heavyweight. That’s according to my own schedule – no one else’s.
I hate digital calendars, so I use pen and paper or the palm of my hand for my daily schedule. I get much more satisfaction out of physically crossing things out than deleting.
Few years ago, I was one of the busiest actresses in Sandalwood, working round the clock. I was so busy that my assistants had a tough time adjusting to my hectic schedule.
Ten episodes goes by really quickly, especially when you’ve got a really tough shooting schedule of seven-day episodes.
I’d never thought of directing as an option for me. I don’t know why, because I’m incredibly bossy. I was surprised how collaborative it is. As the producer, you have to get the money and schedule on time, and that’s not what I do best.
I am not interested in considering another TV series. This one was a wonderful experience which will be hard to top, and It’s caused me to turn down several good film opportunities because of the schedule.
For voters whose work schedule does not allow them to wait in line to vote, the denial of vote by mail and early voting denies the opportunity to vote altogether.
I’d love to do some bedtime stories for kids or that kind of thing. But with the demands of the shooting schedule and balancing the demands of being a single mother, it’s a wonder you can squeeze in anything.
My schedule goes: wake up, running, exercise, downstairs, running shoes off, then to the shower. That’s the Jackie Chan diary.
You just have to adapt to what is needed at that moment, whereas as coaches are going crazy, because they’re used to having and following a schedule. Everything’s laid out in front of them on when they’re going to practice and when they’re going to take a plane to this city.
We have a show very early on called ‘Slap Bang’ on a Saturday night and it didn’t work. It started off peak time and started getting earlier and earlier in the schedule. I think that that taught us you have to adapt.
The perks of working in Japan are that you might go for two weeks every three or four months, so you do work an abbreviated schedule. But you really make up for the abbreviated schedule by how hard you have to fight, how much you’ve got to be in shape.
I stayed attached to baseball through the kids and through minor league baseball, and I’m very satisfied with the schedule it allows me to have, which means I’m home until my kids go off to college. I value that time.
If you think you’re going to be up for an Oscar, you schedule your moviemaking.
When I played in Europe, wherever I played, players knew in advance about their schedule, when was the time to practice, to play and to rest.
I write a lot in my head. The revision goes on internally. It’s not spontaneous and it doesn’t have a schedule.
We had some very distinguished fans: I know one chancellor of a major university who used to schedule his meetings around Star Trek. We were thrilled to discover that Frank Sinatra was a big fan.
I had about the biggest, longest wish list anyone could have, and 99 percent of what I wanted to get on the screen we got on the screen within our schedule and within our budget and within our resources.
I haven‘t any formal schedule, but I love to write in the morning, before breakfast. Sometimes the writing goes so smoothly that I don’t take a break for many hours – and consequently have breakfast at two or three in the afternoon on good days.
When you’re working in cinema, you often have a very, very compressed schedule – very few weeks to just kind of go through that whole process of reflection and refining – and it has to be done.
I think today the players are too nice to one another, but that might change with the unbalanced schedule, with teams playing each other more and more. When you face each other that much, with that much at stake, something’s bound to happen.
When I go on location, we have a schedule. And when you have a schedule, you know when you’re not working, so I train very well on location. But I also train three or four times a week at home, but today I train differently than before.
As a kid, I trained to be an Olympic gymnast. My schedule was rigorous. Four hours a day, Monday through Saturday, I was at the gym. My body was like a boy‘s, narrow hips, flat-chested, wide shoulders. When I was 12, I badly injured my ankle and was forced to stop training immediately.
If I didn’t have my little schedule book, I wouldn’t get out of bed in the morning.
Recently, I have come to assume that any call to my landline is from a telemarketer or an automated call from Terminex, letting me know that our regularly scheduled pest-extermination service will occur on its regular schedule. So I usually ignore my home phone.
I’ve been really lucky to work with some really great film people in the past, but television works on a much quicker schedule, and it’s the TV directors I’ve worked with that I looked to and became a big fan of.
Some of the greatest shows in history – ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘Everybody Loves Raymond‘ and ‘House’ – had puny starts but the benefit of schedule protection, increasingly scarce in today’s DVR world. Cable nets can tolerate small ratings, building hits in progress like ‘Breaking Bad,’ or marathon their way to a ‘Duck Dynasty.’
The things that have really gotten confusing to me is how you balance the desires of your publishers to produce things on a schedule, and people are always sort of giving you ideas on what you should follow up with or how you should proceed next and things like that.
A lot of independent films try to pull off a 14-day shooting schedule, which I think is ridiculous. No matter how big or small you are, it really kills whatever sort of time you get to allow the actors to find their characters, and to spend time to think about what they’re doing.
And I remember as a second or third grader having some autonomy to go to the store if I felt like it, walk home, take my time, kick the can. We were on our own schedule after school, so that was cool.
The hungry little radge never takes a vacation, which is why, when legislatures aren’t sitting and other news-generating institutions are on summer schedule, assignment desks will pounce on anything that even smells like news.
Being home schooled is awesome because you can make your own schedule, so as far as time management, it’s up to you how much you get done and when you get it done. It’s all got to get done; how you do it is up to you. You need a lot of self-discipline, but luckily, I have it.
We’re still working out the details, but I’d be delighted to do the film. The problem at the moment is my busy schedule. Shooting on this film has been extended by a month, but I need to be in the U.S. by Dec. 20.
I miss the simplicity of college, with specific due dates, a consistent schedule, and a solid routine.
In a world where companies increasingly know about their business in real time, it makes no sense that public reporting mostly follows the old quarterly schedule. Companies sit on vital information until reporting day, at which point the market goes crazy.
Once I started training at the Performance Center, getting in the groove of the schedule, and really getting used to that, I really loved it because I’m big with routine.
When I was 4, I had a schedule. I was playing softball. My brother was playing football. My parents were teachers, and they’d owned businesses. We like to work hard. Work and then books. Books and then work. We just knew that we had to excel. It sounds militant, but trust me, it was fun.
Everyone is going to binge on a diet, for instance, so plan for it, schedule it, and contain the damage.
I probably spend the most time with Toews: we have the same schedule, and we’re roomies on the road; we sit next to each other. We do a lot of promotions together.
I’ve got great people who handle my schedule, and everything does revolve around the children. If there’s a parents’ night or an Easter bonnet parade or a Nativity play, whatever it might be, then I plan everything around that.
I definitely binge watch. My schedule is so inconsistent and crazy and hectic that if I get a chunk of time, it’s like, ‘Oh, sweet, I have three hours. I’m going to watch three episodes of ‘Peaky Blinders‘ right now.’
The biggest stress for me at New York Magazine was when I was a middle-of-the-pack editor, and I had no control over my own schedule.
As a wife, daughter, friend, and the founder and CEO of LearnVest, my schedule is anything but simple. But I learned early on how meticulously manage my time.
We’ve been running a little behind schedule. But only by about 15 years or so.
Any job I choose has to work with my schedule with my kids. I don’t want to miss any of my time with them.
The most difficult part for me is consistency when my schedule gets really busy, but working out every day is therapeutic.
I do my best to work out 5 days a week. There are times when I can only get in 3 days a week because I am traveling or just need rest due to a hectic schedule. But working out is always a priority, and if I fall off due to my schedule, it is not long before I get back on track.
The thing about doing concerts is that it’s doing a live show. It’s on my schedule. It’s songs I want to sing. It’s saying what I want to say. It’s working with the people I want to work with. I don’t have to worry about pleasing other people – I can do what I want, and people come along and go for the ride.
The problem is my movie career is hindering my hockey schedule.
It’s real easy to be in the WWE and let your passion or your pain or the schedule put you in a bad place.
It’s a lot of work and I also feel like I’ve done it. I miss comedy. And I also think that, from purely a logistical standpoint, that the day-to-day schedule on a comedy allows you to have a life, much more of a life, than on a drama.
I wasn’t happy at the career I was at and wanted to try something else, and so I tried fighting, and it’s working out pretty well. I set my own schedule; I have my own training facilities. I’m not traveling as much, and I’m at home every night.
Because of my schedule and dietary requirements, I don’t party a lot, but when I can let my hair down, I will; I think that’s healthy. I love a weekend in Vegas.
My practice schedule is not constant and changes a lot and depends on my moods also.
Loose Ends’ was an all-female crew and one of the greatest on-set experiences I’ve ever had. We were ahead of schedule every day, and there was a laid-back, calm, supportive vibe that was entirely new to all of us.
I’m a good boy! I do what I’m told; I’m on time. I’m always where I’m supposed to be when I’m supposed to be there. I don’t mess around with other people’s time and schedule. And I eat my vegetables. And my meats. And my carbs. And my dairy.
After I got popular, my company gave me a new car. It’s not a personal car, but for schedule purposes. It’s a little bigger than a Carnival. It even plays TV and DVD!
When I’m directing, I’m pretty much not writing, but when I’m not directing I am writing a lot. It’s strange: people have asked me what my schedule is and what is my process like, and I can’t even answer it. I don’t keep regular hours.
I’ve been playing baseball since I was 5 or 6 years old. I’ve been on a schedule, pretty much, since I was in eighth, ninth grade. I look forward to not doing that.
People ask me about Orlando Salido. My answer is that I fight for Top Rank and will take on who they schedule for me. But I would like to welcome Salido to Lomachenko University in the ring some day.
I couldn’t possibly lead the kind of life I lead, and keep the schedule that I do, having radiation or chemotherapy.
I schedule ‘me’ time because, just like everyone else, I need to unwind. I try to remember to take it easy and breathe.
My schedule is usually pretty busy, so when I wake up in the morning, first thing I usually do is turn on the TV and watch shows from the night before. I eat breakfast and watch TV and try to wake up.
I make the energy to go out. You can’t let the Broadway schedule run you.
My schedule with WWE is all year unless there’s an injury.
Listen, a cable series is a beautiful thing because there’s such amazing writing happening on television, and it’s a schedule that allows you to do a play or two. There’s a reason everybody wants that job!
If we want our kids to learn about the true essence of life, we have to take time out of our busy schedule and teach them the values before it is too late.
I make about two movies a year outside the ‘True Blood‘ schedule. I work on a great show six months a year, then outside that I get to satisfy whatever creative urges I have. It’s a great position, especially for a single guy like me.
Thus, the technique of metropolitan life is unimaginable without the most punctual integration of all activities and mutual relations into a stable and impersonal time schedule.
There is no schedule. We are all volunteers, so we get it done when we get it done. Perl 5 still works fine, and we plan to take the right amount of time on Perl 6.
Everyone thinks they can cure stress by adding to their schedule, like going to yoga. Oh, great – one more thing to feel guilty about when you can’t do it.
I don’t make my own schedule – it’s constructed around my sons’ school schedules.
I must say I am not pleased to have to arrange the Senate schedule around the availability of Senators who are running for President.
I’ve never seen a schedule where you just go in two hours almost every day of the week and then all day on one day. Then you shoot it at night with an audience and you’re out of there.
No week is ever the same in my world! An average week in my life changes based on my shooting schedule, if I’m promoting a project, or anything else I have going on.
It was obviously a pretty hectic development schedule and we put a huge team on to it but it paid off because we continuously get complemented on the finished product.
Andrew Oliver
Your schedule really gets thrown off when you are traveling. And a schedule is very important when you’re training.
Being an entrepreneur does, of course, give you greater freedom than someone who is tied to a fixed work schedule, but you’d be mistaken to think that you’re going to have it easier than your 9-5 counterparts.
I would love for a regular student to have a student-athlete’s schedule during the season for just one quarter or one semester and show me how you balance that. Show me how you would schedule your classes when you can’t schedule classes from 2-to-6 o’clock on any given day.
I’m very organized. I have my day-to-day schedule, every 15 minutes, written out.
It’s a very long and difficult schedule on a single-camera show.
It’s my responsibility to make the movie work with the schedule and money we have. It’s my job to get the best movie we can do in the time we have.
If I’m going to go out to be a solo artist, it’s because I want to do something different without having to wait on someone else’s schedule or hobbies or be limited by other people’s prejudices. I’d be kind of stupid not to exercise that.
I’ve got a hectic schedule, but I wouldn’t have my life any other way.
I am open to playback singing, but only if my acting schedule permits. I would love to sing for myself in my films, but that depends on the director and if the makers think my voice is needed.
I’m a night person, but because of being in the film business and having children, my schedule has shifted, and I’m always terrified that I’m going to oversleep.
I’ve certainly had to find a balance for myself and I have to now schedule months where I say, ‘OK, I’m not going to travel during this month.’
In my opinion, the most stagnant thing in our sport is our schedule and our venues that we go to.
During my whole year as Miss America and afterward, I was calling agents, looking for advice and opportunities. When I was in New York or in Los Angeles doing different appearances, if I had time on my schedule, I tried to meet with executives.
I’m always on the move, but I don’t want my hectic schedule to be reflected in how I look.
My schedule is such that even though I visit several cities for performances, I hardly get the time to explore any of them.
Playing video games, as funny as it might sound, it’s a very important part of our day. Our schedule is so hectic, chaotic, demanding that we need an outlet. We need ways to express ourselves and let our energy out.
Sleep is huge. That’s your biggest way of recovering. In baseball, it’s such a hard sleep schedule during the season, but you try to do the best you can. Because you can take all the protein drinks, you can do all these things, but your recovery is your sleep.
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 consider a day without running a crappy day. When I don’t get to run, I am a grump, but some days my schedule just doesn’t allow me to.
The schedule of doing a live TV show every week is very difficult.
I love making cheap films. I really do. What I’ve found is that I work better when it’s both a fairly low budget and a short schedule. It focuses the mind, and it’s a better atmosphere.
I’m not a gym rat. I’ve got a gym membership, but my schedule is so crazy I just can’t keep it regular.
I was going to go back to doing the indies more often and possibly working more of a full-time schedule in Japan. If I didn’t get the chance to go to WWE, that would have been a bummer to me, but I was just going to continue to do the best I could and continue my legacy.
Keep a strict, predictable schedule 365 days a year that has you eating, sleeping, and exercising at about the same times day in and day out.
I love the freedom of having my own space and my own place and doing things on my terms, and not really having to think about anybody else’s schedule.
On certain days, it can get difficult, because acting is about being naked emotionally. There are days when you are feeling empty, but the scene demands you to go through a cathartic experience. That’s why I like to know what my schedule for a particular film is beforehand.
My business life takes a big chunk of time, but I still put exercise in my schedule. I’m up at 5 A.M. and get up and stretch and go for a run in Runyon Canyon with all five of my dogs.
My calendar was empty. Touring the way we did and having a schedule like we did institutionalizes you in a way where you don’t know anything else. I think I went through the darkest depression I’ve ever felt in my life.
My schedule is completely different doing a play than it is doing a movie, and I actually think it’s a much harder schedule because you’ve got to do it eight times a week and you’ve got to do it good eight times a week and with different kinds of audiences who are cold or drunk or tired, whatever it is.
All of us are in the same place, each with our own rooms, and we were allowed to do whatever we wanted. Which is totally different than college, where they manage your schedule for you. In the NBA, you’re on your own.
You’re not failed parents because you didn’t meet every agenda on your child‘s schedule.
I learn my lines in a few different ways. A lot of my dialogue sticks with me in a general sort of way when I read the entire script for the first or second time. Then, when I get the shooting schedule, I have a better idea of what scenes are shooting when. I then will focus on those that are coming up first.
There are things that I am nostalgic about from the ‘good old days.’ I loved motion control cameras, actually. I love the way they sound. I used to do a lot of miniature work, and it’s still warranted, but it’s done less often, largely for budgetary, schedule, and flexibility reasons.
If you go to Sundance, the experience that I’ve had there as a viewer is… there’s like a hundred movies there, and you’ve got to figure out what movies are sold out, what can you see. Sometimes you go to see movies that you don’t know anything about because it just works into your schedule.
I think straight couples have a schedule: You’re together for two years and then there’s the ‘where is this going?’ question, which wouldn’t necessarily be good for everyone, but I think it’s pretty healthy for relationships, for there to be a presumption that there is a decision to be made.
I’ve found, as I’ve gotten older, it’s really difficult to write on the road. There are so many distractions, so many people in and out of the bus. It’s really difficult to do. So I just keep a notebook with me, and I jot down ideas. I schedule appointments to write.
What I can say that’s different in American television… in Britain, they wouldn’t cancel something after a couple of episodes. In the States they would. They would just decide it’s not working, take it off and put something else in on the fall schedule.
There’s nothing regular about my life at all, really. I don’t keep a regular schedule and every day is different. It’s all rather chaotic.
For me, true luxury can be caviar or a day with no meetings, no appointments and no schedule.
While we were shooting ‘Baahubali,’ I had a knee injury, and a few months later, Prabhas injured his shoulder. Those two injuries meant a break of around five months from the schedule. So around that time, I was doing absolutely nothing, and Neeraj Pandey called me with ‘Baby.’
I have had the same apartment in New York City for almost 40 years but have actually lived in it for less than half of that time, owing to a busy travel schedule.
I do better with routines and predictability. I don’t react well when there’s a sudden change in the schedule.
I don’t want to get good at throwing off schedule because I don’t want to be off schedule. I want to have my protections to be solid, I want to be in the right play, and I want to get the ball out of my hands as quick as possible.
Rio was always going to be on the schedule for me, whether I had won in London or not. Triathlon is one of those sports where the Olympics is always the most important and the most interesting race, and I always wanted to have a crack at Rio and defend my title.
I rarely eat breakfast because of our schedule, actually. If I do, though, I’ll try to do an egg-white omelet with some bell peppers and mushrooms. Maybe a side of a bunch of different fruits.
When you hear a lot of stories about Africa, and you get to a place like Kenya and other countries like that, where they think the same way we do, I was happy to find that the Schedule of Rights that I drew for the Kenyan Government was working very well.
Whenever I can make it work out, and schedule permitting, I like to help young filmmakers.
This has been on the schedule for a long time. You don’t get President Clinton on a 24-hour notice.
Good drama, challenging drama – and comedy for that matter – has a place in the daytime schedule.
An architect is given a program, budget, place, and schedule. Sometimes the end product rises to art – or at least people call it that.
At the end of the day, I want to spend time with my daughter, and this schedule enables me to do that while still having fun hosting ‘106 & Park.’ I’m not really eager to get back into music just yet; I’m really eager to get into another movie before I put out an album.
My academic schedule is lighter this year because it’s an Olympic year.
We cannot, with good conscience, expect the British to set up an orderly schedule for the liberation of India before we have decided for ourselves to make all who live in America free.
I cannot permit you to disrupt the Paramount schedule.
It’s still the same job, the same anxieties, but it did feel a lot different, that kind of budget, that schedule, and frankly, the slowness of it all, and also having a lot of other units working.
I spend a lot of time on the ‘Glee‘ set. A lot of time. Luckily we have to dance and rehearse, so we’re always moving, but having such a tight schedule can make it hard to find the time to exercise. It’s definitely a struggle!
I get up at five in the morning if the schedule demands it and with all my lines learned.
My work schedule has changed over the years. The one constant is, when at work on a novel, I try to work seven days a week, so as not to lose touch with that world. Within that, I’m flexible on hours and output.
Myself, Marion Jones and Michael Johnson all got married on the same day because it was the only point on the athletics‘ schedule we could fit in. October 3, 1998.
When I’m writing a novel or doing other serious writing work, I do it on a schedule that dictates writing either 2,000 words a day or writing until noon. After I hit whichever mark comes first, then I can give my attention to everything else I have to do.
Any time I see Kansas City on the schedule, especially when it’s an away game, you start to think about the experience of playing in Arrowhead and how difficult it is to come in and play with the noise and how great those fans are.
TV is all about schedule and budget, and you’re always fighting that.
It’s very important to us, family, and the balance of family within the band is probably the most important. Metallica is important, but when you have your wife and your kids, and you need to maintain that and keep the peace, it’s important to work around the schedule of the kids’ schools.
I love to run, but training can be hard, especially with a family and a crazy travel schedule. I often do sprints with my kids, where they bike and I run along side them so we can ‘race’ each other for a quarter-mile or shorter repeats.
Balancing family and work is a top priority for me, and I treat it as such. Meaning, I actually put specific family time and events in my calendar so that precious time is dedicated and properly blocked off from any work that may try to sneak its way into my schedule.
I’m so adamant that being a really good parent does not mean you have to be there 24/7. I find that I’m never not thinking about where they are, but instead of it stressing me out, it comforts me to know that I’m completely aware of their schedule, and they’re with someone I trust.
I’d have to say the biggest transformation would be my schedule. I’m really, really busy, but it’s a lot of fun.
We have Beast, our Hungarian sheep dog. And he is so talented. He’s so smart. He knows his daily schedule. He has an extracurricular activity. He goes herding. He herds sheep. And we’ve been told that he’s quite gifted.
I’ve gotten a lot better with accepting change, because I used to want a consistent schedule.
I don’t see myself playing or adjusting my schedule for senior tournament golf.
Schedule? I have no schedule. There is no hurry. I work when I want to.
I’m very sensitive about being held up as some sort of example. I don’t consider myself any sort of role model at all. I have great advantages over many other working women, and my schedule allows me more time with my kids than many working women have.
I grew up around politics. I organized my first campaign when I was 14, a walk-out in my high school to protest the year-round school schedule.
I read ‘On The Road’ in college. I was 18 or 19, and I had a particular quarter where I was taking biology, calculus, and physics. Those were my three classes. It wasn’t a well-rounded schedule at all. It was hard, hard work, all the time – hours and hours and hours of homework.
I don’t enjoy the road life or WWE’s really hectic schedule.
I was at an academy for basically my whole life when I played tennis, so I had the same schedule every single day.
The biggest difference for me is momentum. On a smaller film you get to shoot sometimes four or five scenes a day and you’ve got to do the tight schedule. I think I really feel the luxuries of a big budget film.
I just have tried to adapt to the constant changes that happen all the time in my schedule and try and find any sort of mini-predictability and balance within my very unpredictable life.
I have a unique workout schedule. I concentrate on balancing with my core and my legs. Then, like any other surfer, I try to read the ocean. It’s always changing and moving – doing its own thing – so you need to learn how it works and how to position yourself.
We like the opportunity to get off to a fast start, no matter what our schedule says, and that’s our objective.
Venom,’ we worked all the way up until the release. It was one of the latest things you could possibly push the schedule to. We actually finished it two weeks before it had to go everywhere throughout the world.
Big companies are reliant on institutional investors on a punishing schedule which leads to ruthless behaviour. This form of capitalism with this structure and incentives will never deliver sustainability.
Trying to work out my schedule is hard but I’m lucky I have two great teams who take care of it all.
We go to bed at 8 o’clock at night, even on the weekend, just because that’s our schedule.
I was on the campaign trail, covering Donald Trump for two years – and it’s really hard to do anything for yourself with a schedule like that. I didn’t have time to answer text messages from my friends or go to the gym, let alone get my nails done.
It’s very easy to fool yourself that you’re working, you know, when you’re really not working very hard. I mean, I’m very lazy. So for me, I would always have an excuse, you know, to go – quit early, go to a museum, you know. So I do everything I can to make myself remember this is a job. I keep a schedule.
You do need to edit yourself as you shoot because you have fewer options in a smaller movie. In other words, when I’m shooting a big movie, and I got an 85 day shooting schedule or more, then I’m saying I have enough time to shoot option A and B and C and D for every scene.
For PFL, I get to know my schedule ahead of time. With Bellator, I didn’t. They kind of sprung it on me, and they pressured me into taking fights early and things like that.
My entire schedule gets turned around for ‘The Bachelor‘ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise.’
Artwork is not like a commercial business; there is no such thing as a schedule for art. You can’t hurry art.
‘Battlestar’ was 22 episodes – 9 to 10 months a year – and we were exhausted. You finish shooting, and the last thing you want to do is go back to work. You want those 3 months off because you’re tired – it’s a grueling shooting schedule.
When you’re running a company, you have employeeslots of them – that can interrupt your schedule. You have customers that can interrupt your schedule. You have a certain obligation to wave the flag because people expect to get out and wave the flag. The number of ways that others can command your time is high.
It took me a while to learn the true meaning of patience and surrender, but I have finally accepted that healing doesn’t happen on our schedule. It doesn’t have a clock or a calendar.
The part you don’t expect when you start out is all the people who come into your life wanting a piece of you, not caring about your wellbeing. The insane schedule is very difficult. Touring looks very glamourous but it’s hard and gruelling – the travelling, the meet-and-greets – it was too crazy.
Well every year I’m saying I’m going to put in a lighter schedule, but every year it’s not really happening.
I try to make my schedule around parent-teacher conferences, school plays, and school trips.
Apparently nobody really read it, it was a cheap movie, it fit their schedule in terms of things so fine, let the guy make that high school comedy. I used to work with Mel Brooks so they figured oh it’s going to be one of those really silly movies and that’s how it got made.
‘Game of Thrones‘ is shot on a very similar kind of schedule to a TV show, but there’s a lot more time and focus put into the script.
My wife and I try to have a date night once a week. We schedule them all in advance.
Originally, I was an assistant director. For many people in that role, becoming a director is the ultimate goal. But, in my case, that wasn’t my goal at all. I just had fun doing it. The schedule was hard, but I enjoyed it greatly so I just kept at it.
The TV schedule is fantastic. It allows you to have a life. Theater actors are so disciplined – especially if you’re doing musicals, you have to be in shape physically, mentally, and have to be on your game all the time. That’s exhausting. On TV, especially a sitcom, you have a lot of free time to play.
Digital exclusion is a difficult issue for families across the whole of the U.K., including my own. I love seeing my nan, but with such a busy schedule and a long distance between us, I don’t get to see her nearly as often as I would like.
When I have a full schedule like that, I don’t see myself sitting there for a couple of months, doing the research, going through a painful process, it’s just not my thing anymore.
When I work in San Francisco doing stand-up, I usually schedule it for July, and we’ll drive up the coast and camp in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Big Sur, and we’ll just camp our way up the coast, and then we’ll get to San Francisco and hang out there for four days.
Your plan is not as important as your culture. That means you will run into problems that will disrupt your plan and schedule, and how you deal with that depends on the culture you have created within your team.
I think what destroys Hollywood marriages is our work schedule, not so much infidelity.
We’ve all tried to bunk our gym session or dance class. A single routine can get monotonous. That’s why I have decided to make my fitness regime fun by incorporating different workouts into my schedule. From dancing to yoga, I plan to keep it as interesting as possible so I’m never bored of working out.
‘Little Princess‘ was the first big movie that I did in America with big stages where we had kind of a different schedule to work. We had a great production designer, Bo Welch, and we had time to think about the movie in pre-production.
Each week, I will release a public schedule of how I am spending my time, and who I am meeting with in my Congressional office.
I’m ridiculously fortunate to get a chance to experience the sitcom world. The schedule is extremely easy, and you get fed as an artist because you’re not only working on a project, but you get to work with cameras, and you get the audience there.
When professors expect a few dozen students and hundreds show up, it’s a mixed blessing. While it’s a testament to their popularity, it also means they have to scramble to interview and hire more teaching fellows, schedule rooms, and order lab supplies.
I have seen too many people in my career think that there is some natural progression to life, with certain career milestones preceding whatever you may want in your personal life. Unfortunately, life doesn’t know it is supposed to follow a schedule.
I don’t have a fixed fitness regime, as everything depends on my work schedule and my fitness instructor. But I make sure that I work out 365 days a year for at least one and a half hours, no matter what.
If you are under the illusion that you can start a business and run it at your life’s schedule, you are mistaken. The business is like a starving puppy – when it needs to eat, then it needs to eat regardless of what you have going on personally.
I have no trouble with my sleep, but the amount I have varies from four to eight hours, depending on my schedule.
I have a schedule that is absolutely relentless.
I’ve been an athlete most of my life and on a disciplined schedule. Working out for me is just part of my every day.
You have a schedule that you really have to stick to with TV and make sure that you are producing enough film for the network to edit through and air quickly.
I travel often, which can make maintaining a workout schedule a little difficult, but I try to make time for it whenever I can. Sometimes I wake up extra early so I can fit in a run or a bike ride, and other days I’ll just blast music and jump around or watch a 30-minute exercise video.
My crazy training-and-competition schedule leaves very little time to focus on my hair.
With my babies, if I wanted to go pick them up I would just go in the room in the middle of the night, but Nicky is very much on a schedule. This is nap time, this is tummy time, so I’m just kind of like, ‘Okay.’
Before Covid, the first victim of my busy schedule used to be my workout. Then, luckily, the lockdown gave me more than enough time to start a vigorous regime. I had all the time in the world to build lean muscle without going the route of fat burners or unhealthy supplements.
I’m used to a very busy schedule. Right now it revolves around training and preparing for Nationals in January. I’m usually at the rink from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and then I attend public school for two hours, three times per week.
I’m not one of those players who always gets to games or watches every game on TV. If a game is on and I’m free, I’ll watch it but I won’t make my schedule around a football match.
I am opposed to vacations and leisure. I try to make every day a work day. Even if there’s nothing on my schedule, I will try do at least one task that is work-related.
I am not a person of schedule when it comes to writing.
It’s a very tricky job we have as DPs, where you are expected to make something that really is an emotional art but also needs to be technically spot on. You’re often given a very small window of time to achieve it. People sometimes expect it to be even quicker and forget that there’s a schedule for a reason.
I played football and lacrosse in high school. They wanted me to play football at Amherst, which I did not do because my schedule was full enough as it was. But over the course of my student days, I played pretty much every sport out there.
A schedule defends from chaos and whim. It is a net for catching days. It is a scaffolding on which a worker can stand and labor with both hands at sections of time.
My priority is always playing tennis and practising and doing my schedule with my tennis.
Sixteen games, to me, is a long enough schedule for anybody. We’re already concerning ourselves with head injuries and bodily harm to all of the professional athletes. Add to extra games to it, (and) you are just increasing those risks.
When you’re working on a TV show, your schedule can be very unpredictable, which means it’s harder to book shows.
The NBA Schedule was made up by one man, Eddie Gottlieb, who had owned the Philadelphia Warriors. Eddie had a Buddha-like body and a crinkly smile, and because he had also been an owner in baseball’s old Negro leagues, he was known as the Mogul.
I like to have a hectic schedule.
It’s amazing to see places like Madison Square Garden on the schedule again.
I am an avid fisherman, and my daily schedule is to write in the morning and then go fishing in the afternoon. In Maine, I fish mostly for stripers, and in the Florida Keys, I go after all kinds of game fish.
I exercise each day for three hours. I don’t get to visit the akhada every day, since I keep travelling, but my training schedule incorporates the exercises that I used to do in the akhada.