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To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing and be nothing.
Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.
Love begins by taking care of the closest ones – the ones at home.
You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.
My advice to any young person at the beginning of their career is to try to look for the mere outlines of big things with their fresh, untrained and unprejudiced mind.
Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.
Great teamwork is the only way we create the breakthroughs that define our careers.
Accept that no matter where you go to work, you are not an employee you are a business with one employee, you. Nobody owes you a career. You own it, as a sole proprietor.
I never wanted to be a career politician. I always am interested just to take on challenges that everyone says are impossible to do and to take it on.
The true purpose of education is to make minds, not careers.
Being a father is the most rewarding thing a man whose career has plateaued can do.
To be satisfied with a little, is the greatest wisdom; and he that increaseth his riches, increaseth his cares; but a contented mind is a hidden treasure, and trouble findeth it not.
Whilst acting is my career, architecture is my passion. Selecting this development as my first major construction project has been a simple decision. It will underpin not only my values for environmentally friendly architecture, but also embrace my career in entertainment
This is a career about images. It’s celluloid; they last for ever. I’m a black woman from America. My people were slaves in America, and even though we’re free on paper and in law, I’m not going to allow you to enslave me on film, in celluloid, for all to see.
Acting is my calling, not my career.
I accomplished so many things, so early in my career.
One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.
I turned my pain into art and my hard work into a career. Helping myself has helped others. helping others has helped me.
A successful career has been full of blunders.
It is very important that your career raises your awareness. If your career is lowering your personal power, then it has got to change.
If I were still stupider than I am, I should think myself at the apex of my career; yet I know how much I still lack, to reach perfection; I see it the more clearly now that I live only among first-rank artists and know what each one of them lacks.
I was blessed with a long career where I won gold medals for myself and my country. Nothing stands out as a disappointment.
It’s very hard trying to have love and a career at the same time. For those who can, great, but I can’t.
In business, your positive thoughts and lifestyle choices lead to your personal success and your career success.
Early in my career, I had no consistency. Now I’m the most consistent player on the tour. It feels pretty good.
Purchasing the Bobcats is the culmination of my post-playing career goal of becoming the majority owner of an NBA franchise.
In my own deepening understanding of myself I find my capacity to serve others is deepened as well. The better I am at self-care the more genuinely nurturing of others I am able to be.
I was lucky to have a successful career as a model, but that was just a way to pay off my college loans.
I think that if you can achieve a balance, then you appease a lot of yourself and your career and what it takes to maintain in this business for a while
One of the reasons I’m so proud of my mother is she took her skills of over a 40 years photographic career and translated that to a film.
What I believe will make my acting career successful going forward is hard work. I like to challenge myself. Then it’s the people I meet and choosing the projects I want to work on correctly. There’s a lot of characters I can play.
My career goals generally remain the same, but my short time goals constantly change either because I’ve reached them all or they no longer fit into my current strategy.
At the moment, our society’s notion of success is largely composed of two parts: money and power. But it’s time for a third metric, beyond money and power – one founded on well-being, wisdom, our ability to wonder, and to give back.
Maybe I’m naive, but I subscribe to the idea that nobody is actually making strategic decisions about their career. Trying to do that would be like playing three-card monte on Canal Street.
I really do see it as the start of the second half of my career.