Decide Related Quotes
“Will Hong Kong people really be able to decide for themselves, as promised, how to run their domestic affairs, or will the decisions which matter be dictated by others?”
We decentralise the ability to decide the level of publicity that's attached to any of our communications.
As for how criticism of Keats' poetry relates to criticism of my own work, I'll leave that for others to decide.
Decide for yourself what kind of works you want to create... facts, essays, poems - do you want to speak or to sing?
“We wanted to put this in front of the student body so they could decide whether or not it is a big issue.”
What managers decide to stop doing is often more important than what they decide to do.
Often the presence of mind and energy of a person remote from the spotlight decide the course of history for centuries to come.
“If we can get together and decide (on a) path in the next five years we can avoid the gridlock we've experienced this summer. Otherwise, it's going to get worse.”
It's hard to decide who's truly brilliant; it's easier to see who's driven, which in the long run may be more important.
In order to do a good job of those things that we decide to do, we must eliminate all of the unimportant opportunities.