Are you the Star Wars fan? Not yet? How come? All your colleagues in the office must have already tired you with constant talks about Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Everyone around you seems to be mad about Star Wars storyline and characters. Everyone except you.

Well, of course, there’s no reason to argue that Star Wars is a cult film with amazingly cool and memorable scenes. Even though you didn’t watch any of Star Wars episodes, you’re not a part of a huge fanbase, you don’t buy Star Wars souvenirs and have a lightsaber, you obviously know how Master Yoda talks.

Nevertheless, it doesn’t really matter if you are a Star Wars lover or hater, the quotes we’d like to provide you with, are just cool. They are true to life, and to prove it I’ll also describe situations, when they are going to be relevant. Check them all and suggest your colleagues using them in order to make your daily routine in the office a bit more amusing.

1. “No. I am your Father.”

Darth Vader

Stay your ground. As an example, you’re working with some freelance writers hired to create content for your company. They’ve sent you articles, which are quite not what you expected. You email them, “Dear freelance writer, there’s an issue. The article is not what we need, so could you please rewrite it.” The answer you receive is the following, “Well, can we leave it as it is, cause I don’t have much time for rewrites.” Reply with “No. I am your Father” and consider the problem solved.

2. “There’s always a bigger fish.”

Qui-Gon Jinn

Wait for your perfect time. Imagine your boss trying to decide who’s going to manage a new cool project. Everyone in the office is hoping to be the one, you’re hoping to be lucky enough to succeed getting this position. However, your expectations are defeated and ambitions are thwarted – your boss chooses your colleague to hold a position of the project manager. What a fail! But don’t get out of tune at once. Just think this way: It’s not the last project. There’s no reason to be upset, because “there’s always a bigger fish”. Who knows, maybe in a month you’re going to become a manager of the much more cool project.

3. “Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try.”


Develop you to-do attitude. I’m sure you can make up a thousand of good excuses for your procrastination. And two thousands of excuses why you failed to achieve your work goals. But it isn’t any good. Work is work, and you are to do your best to achieve success.

If you feel there’s something wrong with your time-management or organizational skills and you cannot work in a productive way, you’d better make use of tools that ex-procrastinators advise. They help staying self-disciplined and efficient. For example, e.ggtimer is an easy-to-use online timer helping to stay focused while working. Or the other tool is DayViewer, which lets you stay up-to-date with all important issues.

4. “Who’s the more foolish; the fool, or the fool who follows him?”

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Be able to see your own mistakes and mistakes of your colleagues. Sometimes it happens that your boss has chosen a wrong strategy. You’re trying to bring this plan to life, however, you realize that’s something wrong. The chosen strategy is not the best and you all see how it fails. Isn’t it time to recollect the quote “Who’s the more foolish; the fool, or the fool who follows him?” I don’t mean that you or your boss are idiots. We all make mistakes. But the earlier you detect the mistake and say about it, the better progress your project or company will have.


It’s a perfect quote for any situation in the office. Have you missed a deadline? Are you late for work? Do you disagree with what your boss is saying? Do you want to get promoted? Reply with “GGWWWRGHH” and let your boss and colleagues just deal with it.

That’s it. 5 Star Wars quotes are already at hand. Now you know a bit more about Star Wars. And know how to make your colleagues smile. Isn’t it amazing?

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