Top 33 Gears Quotes

In this post, you will find great Gears Quotes from famous people, such as Demaryius Thomas, D’Angelo, Hidetaka Miyazaki, Stephen Hunter, Zubin Mehta. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I want to be the best with the ball in my hands as a re

I want to be the best with the ball in my hands as a receiver – or as a player, period. And I think when I get the ball, my game changes. I don’t know what it is, I just shift gears.
Prince, you never knew what to expect from him from one album to the next. Miles Davis was like that. You know, once you get used to one style, boom, he switched it and, you know, switched gears on you. So those artists are very exciting to me, very exciting to follow their path, you know, and their journey.
‘Gears Of War‘ is one of my favourite games that I immersed myself in playing for long time, and Mr. Cliff Bleszinski is one of the greatest game creators that I respect.
As long as ‘Pearl Harborstays in the past, it’s perfect; when it wretchedly changes gears in the late going, it becomes the wrong kind of same old story: Hollywood stupidity and callowness, writ large across the sky.
You should always know when you’re shifting gears in life. You should leave your era; it should never leave you.
Leontyne Price
We like our individuality, we like the mysteriousness of us, the essentialism of us, and it can be alarming to see the biological gears turning underneath.
That’s part of the policy: To keep switching gears.
I loved traditional musical comedy. That was my passion. Then ‘Spring Awakeninghappened, and it took that rock n’ roll and pop music to change gears for me.
When you start writing a picture book, you have to write a manuscript that has enough language to prompt the illustrator to get his or her gears running, but then you end up having to cut it out because you don’t want any of the language to be redundant to the pictures that are being drawn.
Daniel Handler
I got pregnant five or six months after I retired, and then it was off to the races! It was a complete change of gears, and I was refocusing my life on my family.
Once you break a habit into its components, you can fiddle with the gears.
My role models weren’t holding steering wheels and mashing gears on Sunday. They wore burgundy and gold with names like Art Monk and Darrell Green.
I think there are a lot of technocrats in the business who would much rather work with just wheels and gears and machinery. Those things interest them more than humanity and I wish them the best of luck.
Sometimes you have to put a wrench in the gears to get people to listen.
A novel is no mere assemblage of gears; it is a wild and living being. And how are you to discern the intentions of a creature – to discover its true natureother than by close and respectful observation?
Life is like a ten speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.
Charles M. Schulz
The way you really find out about the performer‘s seriousness about the cause is how long they stay with it when the spotlight gets turned off. You see a lot of celebrities switch gears. They go from the environment to animal rights to obesity or whatever. That I don’t have a lot of respect for.
The ability to stretch my range into all genres and characters is something I take great pleasure in doing. I thoroughly enjoy it. I consider myself a character actor, though some think of me as a leading man. As an actor, I love shifting gears from character to character, and the more range I can expand, the better.
Brian Tee
Driving a stock car does not require much handling ability, at least not as compared to Grand Prix racing, because the tracks are simple banked ovals and there is almost no shifting of gears. So, qualifying becomes a test of raw nerve – of how fast a man is willing to take a curve.
I’m a busy girl, and I’ve been switching gears from telly and putting my heart and soul into music.
The stereoscopic panoramic videos that we’re showing on Samsung VR are getting a lot of positive traction. It’s exciting when you see creative typeswhether from the music, film, or video industrieslook at this stuff. The gears are turning in their head almost immediately about how they can use it as a new medium.
My gears that I have to go through… One minute in my mind to be Beyonce and one minute to be Rihanna and one second to do a hook for Kanye and then have to write records for myself. I’m so many people, I’m never just one person. So I don’t have to reinvent because artists around me reinvent for me.
If I wasn’t a writer, I would probably be a watchmaker. I like putting puzzles together, and that is what a watch is, figuring out how all the gears and everything else works together. I’m patient and good at focusing on a single task.
Sometimes you can feel the gears shifting in scripts, like really trying to make something work that feels sweaty for whatever reason. I really enjoy reading material that just flows – it’s definitely a skill to make something feel effortless.
It’s hard either way, at home or on the bus, I think the hardest thing probably for me is going one second from being mom to right out on the stage and having to be that person too. It’s hard to switch gears.
I’ve had jokes stolen a thousand times. But if you can do it better than me, you can have it. I’ve had jokes stolen from me in the club when I’m next on stage. And my brain will start to turn, and the gears will start turning, and I’ll go onstage and create a whole new bit.
I’m fearless when it comes to engineering and motors and gears and pulleys and glass and artwork.
Sketch shows change gears so drastically every two minutes. I think sketch shows are for sketch fans; they’re not really for everybody.
I was a bicycle messenger when Alkaline Trio was formed as a way to make ends meet before the band became a career, and I’ve just always been a cyclist – I BMX’d, and then I got really into – through messengering – I got really into road bikes and fixed gears, which I still have.
I don’t ever consciously change gears when I play jazz or classical. It’s all music.
I don't really care about interruptions. I accept techn

I don’t really care about interruptions. I accept technology, and I don’t turn things off. I’ve found a peace with fragmentation and a harmony with switching gears quickly to other things.
Suddenly if I shift gears and go from Hyderabad to Bangalore, I might find myself out of place. It is a different route with a different set of audience.
Anil Ravipudi