Words matter. These are the best Change The World Quotes from famous people such as Adam Conover, John McDonnell, Eliezer Yudkowsky, Baltasar Kormakur, Dave Grohl, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
In my moments of greatest hubris, I say to myself, ‘Yes, you should be trying to change the world.’
You can’t change the world through the parliamentary system.
Anything that could give rise to smarter-than-human intelligence – in the form of Artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, or neuroscience-based human intelligence enhancement – wins hands down beyond contest as doing the most to change the world. Nothing else is even in the same league.
I am a big fan of movies that don’t take themselves too seriously. You know you won’t change the world, but have fun. Movies like ‘Butch Cassidy’ I enjoyed tremendously, but it didn’t alter my opinion of the world.
There are times when I feel like I’m a traveling minister. I’m trying to go out and get kids to pick-up yard sale instruments and change the world.
The North Star has always been the same, which for us, is about making insanely great products that really change the world in some way – enrich people’s lives.
I’d like to change the world. Eradicate poverty, racism, and sexism… all the usual things.
At Microsoft, we know first-hand how passionate entrepreneurs can change the world. We believe that technology can empower everyone to achieve more.
When I started Teach For America, I wasn’t trying to come up with an idea that would change the world. I was trying to solve a problem much closer to home: I was a senior in college, and I had no idea what I was going to do with my life!
You have to believe 100 percent in what you’re doing, that some picture or some thing we do is going to change the world in some tiny, minute way.
I am living proof that youth possess a unique capacity to grow and change – that the child who seems hopeless today could go on to change the world.
I like the songs that are fun, that aren’t gonna change the world – I’ve some of those – but even something like, ‘You Should Be Here,’ that was my chance to say, ‘Look, this is me, too. I’m just a normal person.’
We need to send a powerful message to the world in a unified voice: that we can fight for social justice for everyone, everywhere, and change the world, not just get married. We can continue to build our communities and address the root causes of queer and trans poverty and deaths.
We have to raise the consciousness; the only way poets can change the world is to raise the consciousness of the general populace.
I’m not going to change the world. You’re not going to change the world. But we can help – we can all help.
A lot of young people don’t think they can make a difference. That’s really what I am at Dartmouth to do. I’m there to tell the young people, ‘Look, a few committed souls can change the world.’
I just love that Free the Slaves does such a great job of gathering communities, gathering people together, and giving them the information, arming them, educating them. That’s how we’re going to change the world.
My entire goal in life is to try and change the world.
Our people, our shareholders, me, Bill Gates, we expect to change the world in every way, to succeed wildly at everything we touch, to have the broadest impact of any company in the world.
Since the struggle for our nation’s independence, America has been a union of purpose: a union born from the belief that although each individual is the pilot of their own destiny, when we come together, we change the world. We are stronger as a woven rope than as unbound threads.
We can’t change the world except insofar as we change the way we look at the world – and, in fact, any one of us can make that change, in any direction, at any moment.
I’m trying to change the world.
I think I’ve always had these two currents, equally strong, of wanting to change the world and make the world better and fight injustices and fight violence, and then being an artist, which is a very different strain.
When it comes to dealing with the world’s climate and energy challenges, I have a simple rule: change America, change the world.
Growing up my whole life, my mom was telling me how incredible and special I was and that I was going to change the world. I think it’s important for girls to know that they can change the world, that they do have an impact.
When I was at drama school, I wanted to change the world, and thought I had some great wisdom to impart to people about humanity. Now that I’m older, I know enough to realise that I know nothing at all.
I was never supposed to be a businessman. I was going to change the world. I was going to go back to Latin America and work on agrarian reform and equalize the differences between rich and poor.
We can change the world, but not improve it, if we do not have peace.
There’s no how-to guide for how to change the world. But it’s easy to get hung up by misconceptions about what it takes to make an impact.
I don’t know if I can ever change the world, but at least I can change the oil in my car.
No one person is going to come in and change the world, or a national team.
No one person can change the world, but one and one and one add up.
Over and over, since I was very young, I see things that are about to happen. You can call it heightened intuition; you can call it visions… I see it as a gift. It’s my role to give people a heightened awareness, to show that basically we can change the world.
I thought people cared about music in a deep way, so I was writing to that spirit in people and in myself. It was me, thinking I knew what was up. Youth, who else can change the world?
Back in those days we thought we could change the world.
It’s certainly my honor to be able to, hopefully, change the world a tiny bit, one mind at a time.
People say you can’t change the world. But you can change people.
We look for companies that are unlike anything we’ve ever seen before, with a bold vision to change the world and run by passionate entrepreneurs who get you jumping out of your seat.
If your life changes, we can change the world, too.
All of us have to work toward a definite future… that can motivate and inspire people to change the world.
It’s not like I’m going to go out and change the world and convert everyone into MMA fans. There’s going to be fans out there who are fans of combat sports and fans of contact sports but not everybody’s going to be converted.
When something effective takes hold, it can change the world. Whether through a mobile device or a desktop computer, connectivity and creativity make it all possible.
I don’t want to change the world; I want to evolve myself.
I’m a big believer that you can try to change the world based on philosophy, doctrine, and belief. But I think the thing that really drives the world is hedonism, the pleasure factor.
I wanted to create a multibillion dollar company that lets me go out and let us go out and change the world and create a Skin Cancer Awareness Center that costs a quarter a billion dollars.
When I lecture kids, I say, ‘You’ve got to be ambitious by the advertising’ – ambitious. You’ve got to say, ‘See, this product? Maybe I can change the world with this product.’ They look at me like I’m nuts, but that’s what you can do.
I think there’s a mythology that if you want to change the world, you have to be sainted, like Mother Teresa or Nelson Mandela or Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Ordinary people with lives that go up and down and around in circles can still contribute to change.
We’re told, ‘If you want to change the world, vote.’ And really, if you want to change the world, there’s a lot more things that you can do.
I think there’s a lot of people who right now are worried that people are going down frivolous paths, like inventing new social networks or new games, instead of inventing the cures for cancer or fundamental technologies that will change the world.
There are all kinds of ways in which women, together, change the world. And I don’t mean that in a cheesy way. I’m not somebody who believes all women should support each other. I believe very strongly in women critiquing each other, just not critiquing each other more intensely because they’re women.
We’re trying to create people that are going to change the world.
Policy is the way you can change the world.
Success in Silicon Valley, most would agree, is more merit-driven than almost any other place in the world. It doesn’t matter how old you are, what sex you are, what politics you support or what color you are. If your idea rocks and you can execute, you can change the world and/or get really, stinking rich.
I don’t know if music can change the world overnight but I know that music can help someone make it through a difficult night.
If you really want to change the world, change kids when they’re two.
I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.
Grounding airplanes to cover your butt would never have let Orville or Wilbur change the world. We would still be spending weeks to cross the Atlantic to do business in London.
I feel that the best companies are started not because the founder wanted a company but because the founder wanted to change the world… If you decide you want to found a company, you maybe start to develop your first idea. And hire lots of workers.