Better to do a little well than a great deal badly.
When you set priorities you are literally writing history in advance.
— Tom Skinner
Heather’s illness made me think: Not that golf was unimportant to me, but that my petulance was ridiculous. Here I was getting angry about missing a green with a 5-iron from 210 yards, and my wife had a life-threatening illness.
— Darren Clarke
Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of nonessentials.
— Lin Yutang
Keep in mind that you are always saying no to something. If it isn’t to the apparent, urgent things, it is probably to the most fundamental, highly important things. Even when the urgent is good, the good can keep you from your best, keep you from your unique contribution, if you let it.
— Helen Keller