Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Wake-Up Call Quotes from famous persons: Marianne Williamson, M. Shadows, Bruce Feiler, Lenny Henry, Frank Shorter. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Wake-Up Call Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
Marikana is a huge wake-up call.
I never write my stories as a wake-up call as such. I simply explore the kinds of situations that I find personally challenging by placing characters into situations that challenge them in similar ways.
If you’ve been driving for a little while and nothing‘s happened to you yet – and you’ve been texting and driving – you think, ‘Oh nothing’s going to happen.’ But all it takes is an accident happening with one of your friends or God forbid, something happening to you, to really give you a wake-up call.
I don’t think we yet know – because it’s probably not big enough – what exactly Amazon does to our cities, but whatever it is, I don’t anticipate retail wastelands. If anything, it’s maybe a wake-up call to retailers that they just have to offer something meaningful to customers.
One might have thought that Brexit would be a wake-up call for the American media. Yet, just as in the U.K. referendum, ‘Russia’ became the buzzword in the U.S. election that the political and media establishments thought would scare people into voting for the status quo.
With the approaching winter the air quality in many Indian cities, especially in Delhi, becomes a public health hazard. Something so fundamental as breathing easy can no longer be taken for granted. It’s a wake-up call worthy of a civic revolution.
It’s always a wake-up call to get beaten.
It’s time for compassionate Americans to send a wake-up call to their members of Congress and demand passage of legislation to end the wholesale slaughter of America’s horses once and for all.
I’ve always been quite driven so it wasn’t like the cancer was my wake-up call.
‘Contagion‘ should serve as a wake-up call not only about the germs, but perhaps more importantly about the frailty of governance, nationally and worldwide.