Words matter. These are the best Peaked Quotes from famous people such as Mary H.K. Choi, Patti Davis, Janet Yellen, M.I.A., Peter Schiff, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m pretty sure I peaked at 15.
I would not call myself a veteran conspiracy theorist. Or an obsessed one. I pretty much peaked on the whole conspiracy theory thing in the ’60s, with the grassy knoll, who really killed JFK, and who ordered the hit on Lee Harvey Oswald.
Labor force participation peaked in early 2000, so its decline began well before the Great Recession. A portion of that decline clearly relates to the aging of the baby boom generation. But the pace of decline accelerated with the recession.
Manhattan seems pretty developed, you know what I mean? Like, it has peaked in culture.
We had a very upwardly mobile economy, and that peaked around the 1950s when the typical middle-class American family consisted of a father with a job and stay-at-home mom who took care of the kids.
I peaked early. I was told I’d missed my boat.
I think most bands probably peak on their first album. We peaked on our third album. On the first album, I feel like I wish the production was a little better. I’ll always hear a song I don’t like. I look for what I could have done to make it better. It’s always difficult for me to listen.
No one wants to be the person who peaked in high school!
When I was at the Royal Ballet School, I remember receiving my first eyeshadow palette from Marks & Spencer as a gift. It sparked my interest in beauty, which peaked when I became more involved in theatre and got to experience so many stunning image transformations to suit different productions.
Where Halloween is concerned, I peaked in 2007.
Even I admit I may have peaked too soon.
The only two times we have peaked above world average is when we got to No. 1 in the world in 2011 and when we got to No. 2 in the world in 2004 under Michael Vaughan.
I can be a real pessimist. You know that when you win an Oscar, and you walk offstage, and your first thought is: ‘Oh God, I’ve peaked.’
You know, I hate to sound self-involved, but I feel like I haven’t peaked yet.
I think the average American recognizes that it took years to create the crisis that erupted in 2008 and peaked in January of 2009. And it’s going to take some time to work through it.
I used to be a person who just peaked for the big events, not doing too many competitions, but now you’ve got to go round chasing all the points because if you’re not taking them, someone else is.
‘Scrubs’ has always had a very loyal fan base. When it started out, it was an explosion because it was after ‘Friends,’ but I think there have been times where it has peaked and valleyed.
Even if I have already peaked, I have to believe I can improve. I wake up every morning, and go to practice, with the illusion that I’m going to get better that day.
As with many pop acts, your shelf life isn’t that great, we peaked with our first album.
Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns are the main event of WrestleMania 34 because neither one is content, and both are ambitious enough to push the limits of what is now considered their greatest moment, and that’s the point that neither one will ever accept. They will never accept the idea that they’ve peaked as individuals.
I’d say I’m really, really good for a 16-year-old, which is where I peaked. I’m impressive, but not classically trained, not a concert pianist.
If you’re content in WWE, then you have peaked. You have peaked in your own earning capacity for what you’re going to bring home to your family, and you’ve peaked in what you offer to WWE in terms of your own talent to exploit.
Within white Australia, there was a growing movement for what was known as reconciliation – a movement that peaked with millions marching in 2000 to demand the government say sorry for past injustices.
Unemployment in Florida peaked at 11.2 percent in 2009, higher than the national average, and the state was a center for home foreclosures.
I’ve found that nurturing untapped potential is far more exhilarating than finding someone who has already peaked.
We felt like we reached a point where MySpace in its original incarnation had peaked in a way.
It’s easy to make fun of AOL’s pending purchase of HuffPo. Just like AOL’s purchase of TimeWarner, here we have a new media company – Huffington Post – fooling an old media company, AOL, into overpaying for something that has already peaked.
The wisdom of the crowds has peaked. Web 3.0 is taking what we’ve built in Web 2.0 – the wisdom of the crowds – and putting an editorial layer on it of truly talented, compensated people to make the product more trusted and refined.
I was tired. I peaked. I left when I was on top. One year, I did 280 concerts.
I remember when I discovered The Beatles with music and The Beatles peaked before I was born and when I discovered them I felt really special.