Top 33 Tunnel Vision Quotes

In this post, you will find great Tunnel Vision Quotes from famous people, such as Kurt Warner, Carl Honore, Dennis DeYoung, Liam Cunningham, Paul Lambert. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

The great ones have the ability to focus and tune every

The great ones have the ability to focus and tune everything else out and see more than the others. Average quarterbacks have tunnel vision. They see what’s in front of them. The better you get, the more that tunnel expands, and the more guys on the field you see.
Research has shown that time pressure leads to tunnel vision and that people think more creatively when they are calm, unhurried and free from stress and distractions. We all know this from experience.
If there’s a goal, you can’t stop me. I’ll put my head down. I’ll have tunnel vision and I’ll go until I get it.
On a job, there’s so much commitment you have to give, in regards to time, research… I like the tunnel vision of it that prevents anything else from getting in. The creativity and collaboration required there is very rewarding.
When you’re a manager you always have tunnel vision at certain times.
Paul Lambert
You kind of wake up in the morning, and you don’t see anybody but these actors until you go home at night and pass out and do it again. So it’s structured a lot like the process when you’re making a film. You just kind of get in that tunnel vision. I like that. I like when the rest of the world kind of quiets.
When your child is sick, you have tunnel vision.
Nick Cassavetes
I read every book about Buster Keaton and Chaplin to see how they worked – it’s all about dedication, tunnel vision, pursuit of perfection, getting the gag right.
I wanted to go to Berklee College of Music because that’s where Steve Vai went – I was total tunnel vision.
We owe it to consumers to treat their dollars with respect and to double- and triple-check our assumptions about complex marketplaces rather than getting locked into a regulatory tunnel vision that will ultimately leave consumers with fewer, more expensive choices.
My tunnel vision work ethic is very hard to come by, I believe. I have had an unwavering faith in myself and my career for as long as I can remember.
While I absolutely love a great drummer and get tunnel vision listening to drums at a show, a lot of the time I feel like drum machine-driven music tethers you to a genre.
I think I was a bit naive when I was younger. I don’t know what it was: I sort of felt tunnel vision – I didn’t really have peripheral vision or see the world and what was happening. I’m much more worldly, and I believe that I’m much more grounded in my body than I probably was when I was younger.
Panic causes tunnel vision. Calm acceptance of danger allows us to more easily assess the situation and see the options.
It’s that one thing that you’re passionate about, that you end up developing tunnel vision for and everything else tends to fall by the wayside. Passion is appealing and universal.
People who get trapped in the tunnel vision of making money think that is all there is to life.
I like CrossFit. I agree with a lot of their coaching tips and the foundation of functional movements and hard work. They embody all that stuff. But I also think there’s a bit of a cult following within the CrossFit community, a bit of a fraternity, which obviously creates a bias and a little bit of a tunnel vision.
To be a tennis champion, you have to be inflexible. You have to be stubborn. You have to be arrogant. You have to be selfish and self-absorbed. Kind of tunnel vision almost.
I think it’s true that people seemed to have had a kind of tunnel vision in my regard, and that has been something that I’ve been having to fight against for a long time.
I always said when I was wrestling that you have tunnel vision because it’s all consuming. It’s hard to focus on anything else other than what you’re doing. When I stepped away from that, I wanted to have my hand in a lot of different pots.
A lot of times when I ran, to be honest, I didn’t know where I was in the race. So I always was looking up at the scoreboard to say, ‘Just call my name to see where I am,’ because I tried to have such tunnel vision not to distract myself.
It’s tricky to ask a filmmaker to explain his own work; usually we’re the least qualified to make sense of what we’ve done, unfortunately, because of the tunnel vision required to create anything over four years.
I just kind of do my thing with sort of tunnel vision for the story and my role and how it fits together.
Lin Shaye
When you train outside of camp, it’s fun, I’m playing around, I’m working hard but I’m having fun. When I get into that camp it’s 10 weeks of tunnel vision on that opponent, you’re trying to work on your strengths and weaknesses, really trying to get better in different areas before the fight.
I was single-minded and I had tunnel vision. Now it’s time for a change.
Evelyn Ashford
Stress makes us prone to tunnel vision, less likely to take in the information we need. Anxiety makes us more risk-averse than we would be regularly and more deferential.
I have tunnel vision. I go out and try to get better each and every day.
When I put my nose in a glass, it’s like tunnel vision. I move into another world, where everything around me is just gone, and every bit of mental energy is focused on that wine.
When I was 20 years old, I got cast in ‘Spring Awakening‘ and got swept up in this experience where it was kind of tunnel vision. We were working – it was nonstop.
Because people with autism are also strongly obsessional, meaning that they pursue their current interest to extraordinary detail and lengths and in great depth, they can develop ‘tunnel vision’ that prevents them from seeing the bigger picture, including the repercussions of their current actions.
For about seven years. I really like it there. There are a lot of great musicians. The scene is very open. A lot of stuff going on. People’s ears are really open, they are not closed. A lot of scenes here, people just get tunnel vision and are into one thing.
At a certain point, I became a kind of musician that ha

At a certain point, I became a kind of musician that has tunnel vision about jazz. I only listened to jazz and classical music.
I liked to watch the expression in the fighter‘s face change when you connected with him. You know when you connect in the right spot. It’s like a tunnel vision.