Cry me a river, build a bridge, and get over it.
I enjoy creating. And if you can do it in a cool way, do it. You can’t worry about disappointing people or what their expectations might be.
I believe in things I can count on, like beer and ESPN and my grandmother’s pecan pie.
I get way more nervous playing golf in front of 500 people than being on stage in front of 20,000 people.
Every time you do a project, you learn something new.
If you put out 150 percent, then you can always expect 100 percent back. That’s what I was always told as a kid, and It’s worked for me so far!
I grew up in Tennessee where you either play football or you don’t do anything at all. So I was a bit of loner, being interested in music.
I’m completely removed from any hype that comes my way.
My idol when I was growing up was Michael Jordan the basketball player because of his work ethic rather than his talent and because of what he went through to be as good as he was.
The way I grew up, I was always taught that it’s uncouth to talk about money, and that’s not what should inspire you.
I’m very thankful to be doing what I’m doing. I feel very blessed.
If you can answer the question of why you’re doing it, it’s the right thing to do.