„It is easier to get into something than to get out of it.“

Rumsfeld's Rules" January 12, 1974 http://library.villanova.edu/vbl/bweb/rumsfeldsrules.pdf
1970s

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„He should get out and do something real.“

—  William Powell (author), buch The Anarchist Cookbook

Quelle: The Anarchist Cookbook (1971), Chapter Two: "Electronics, Sabotage, and Surveillance", p. 62.
Kontext: I detest symbolic protest, as it is an outcry of weak, middle-of-the-road, liberal eunuchs. If an individual feels strongly enough about something to do something about it, then he shouldn't prostitute himself by doing something symbolic. He should get out and do something real.

„The art of compromise centers on the willingness to give up something in order to get something else in return. Successful artists get more than they give up.“

—  Howard Raiffa American academic 1924 - 2016

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„Whenever I get into something, I shut out everything else.“

—  Haruki Murakami, buch Naokos Lächeln

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„It's easier to start over than to work to make something last.“

—  Rachel Hawthorne American author 1950

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„It's much easier, she realized, to be on the verge of something than to actually be it.“

—  Markus Zusak, buch Die Bücherdiebin

Variante: It's much easier... to be on the verge of something than to actually be it. This would still take time.
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„In soloing—as in other activities—it is far easier to start something than it is to finish it.“

—  Amelia Earhart American aviation pioneer and author 1897 - 1937

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Kontext: In soloing—as in other activities—it is far easier to start something than it is to finish it. Almost every beginner hops off with a whoop of joy, though he is likely to end his flight with something akin to the D. T.'s.

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„Trash is something you get rid of—or disease. I'm not something you get rid of.“

—  Lana Turner American actress 1921 - 1995

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„There's nothing more prized to a man than something he had to wait for, work for, or strugle a little bit to get.“

—  Sherry Argov American writer 1977

Quelle: Why Men Marry Bitches: A Woman's Guide to Winning Her Man's Heart

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