In this post, you will find great No Point Quotes from famous people, such as Cody Rhodes, Terrell Suggs, Michael Feinstein, Barbara Hepworth, Julian Clary. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I’m easy. Very easy. I’ll tell you why I am easy. If someone is no good, I get rid of them. It is no good being tough on somebody who can’t do the job. If he can do the job, then there is no point in being tough with him.
I like conflict – someone who challenges me, someone who I can look up to, someone who can keep me in check. Love has to be extraordinary; otherwise, there’s no point in it. I just haven‘t met anyone who’s made me feel that way.
Sometimes I can’t believe I’m going to be 60. I always say there’s no point moaning about getting older, when there’s nothing you can do about it. But still, I do find it quitefunny. I look at that number, 60, and I think, ‘Really? Me?’
There’s no more film. Film is gone. We photograph digitally and electronically. We don’t really use film the same way anymore – it’s disappearinglittle by little. Things change. We have to change with them. There’s no point in liking or not liking it. It is what it is.
What has happened has happened. What is done cannot be undone. There is no point in looking back and ruminating over the past. I am a forward-looking man. I want to look ahead; I want to put my past behind me. I want to make my country proud.
If I can’t beat DeLuca, how can I say I want to fight the elite of the sport, rematch Errol Spence or fight Terence Crawford? There’s no point and I don’t have the right to call for world titles. No – I have to win.
I’m only going to stand before God and give an account for my life, not for somebody else’s life. If I have a bad attitude, then I need to say there’s no point in me blaming you for what’s wrong in my life.
It wasn’t just about doing films to be cool or to have people remember you for one film. I wanted to be proud of whatever work I did and if I wasn’t learning anything or not enjoying what I was doing, there was no point wasting time.
It was weird, I saw the Brian Stann vs. Wanderlei fight, I thought, if I don’t have another of those in me, there’s no point in continuing. I never really cared about winning or losing, then don’t put the product out there at all if it’s going to be subpar.
There’s no point thinking, ‘Well, my life’s certainly worked out, I’ve got all the answers.’ It would be wrong for me to say that I don’t get seduced by certain things. That things don’t become tempting.
I’m trying to focus on the 100 and 200 breaststroke now. There’s no point concentrating on the 50 when it’s not in the Olympics. I’m not going to quit the 50 but it’s not my priority any more. I’ll do it but as part of my bid for gold at the other distances.
You always think that 70 is the end of the road: ‘Somebody died when they were 73; good life‘. You’re closer to death, and you better make sure you don’t waste too much of your time doing things you don’t want to do. No point in saying things you don’t believe in.
I want someone who can respectfully challenge me. I know what I believe, so there’s no point in my taking on a relationship with someone who thinks like me or laughs at what I laugh at. I enjoy being with someone who can offer me the opposite.
I don’t have a place that I call home at the moment because there’s no point. I mean, I’m a travelingcircus for a while. It’s weird. Like, if I wanted to go home, there’s nowhere to go. I just go to a hotel. But I’ve kind of gotten used to it.
My strength was probably more the mentalside of the game rather than the skill side. I always had that self-belief that I was good enough. You have got to believe you are good enough, otherwise there is no point to it.