We’ve collected the best Leaps Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Jimmy Smits, Ravichandran Ashwin, Alexis Carrel, Xzibit, Jessica Brown Findlay. Use them as an inspiration.
I’ve made some leaps and bounds as an underground artist.
I think it’s fun to play with worlds that you can add a lot of your own imagination to. With ‘True Blood,’ you’re not limited by anything, there are just leaps and bounds of the imagination you can take with these characters.
A Midwestern municipal government isn’t the first thing that leaps to mind when you think of innovation, but it ought to be.
Procrastination gives you time to consider divergent ideas, to think in nonlinear ways, to make unexpected leaps.
Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.
We progress by leaps and bounds technologically, medically – we can live longer, we can… but you know, in the year 1230, they knew as much as we know now about the human heart.
In prose, leaps of logic can be made while the protagonist thinks about things and arrives at conclusions. Even with voiceover, there’s no real way of having an inner voice without it taking over the entire story.
I’m doing extra stretching and more leaps and turns. Working on toe points. I’m working hard on it.
MMA has improved my life leaps and bounds.
The women’s game has come on leaps and bounds.
Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.
I was in my 30s when I quit my job and ran for Congress. So often, we’re told it’s OK to take these big career leaps when we’re in our 20s, but we cast such an unfavorable light on those who take big risks later on in their careers or when they start families. There’s enormous pressure to have it all figured out.
Performing, not rehearsing, is a dancer‘s raison d’etre, and I’ve been lucky to ‘etre’ in some extraordinary places – Cuba, Paris, Mongolia. In particular, a two-week stint in Greece leaps to mind. We danced in the Acropolis’s Herodes Atticus amphitheater, once a venue for gladiator spectacles.