"Better" Sayings and Quotes
The body is forever teaching us lessons. There are all sorts of things that we can't do, shouldn't do, had better not do very often or do for too long as we get older. The body makes its presence known.
I see 30 to 40 gallery shows a week, and no matter what kind of mood I'm in, no matter how bad the art is, I almost always feel better afterward. I can learn as much from bad art as from good.
You're going to have 100s of millions of users on Chrome, spanning mobile, tablets, and desktops. That is one unfragmented base. That uniformity is probably better than most of the issues across browsers.
It's not always about getting better on the basketball court. This game teaches you how to become a better person as well. It pushes you into the team concept.
My intention now, more than anything, is to promote kids and deserving musicians. Because the time I've seen, I want them to see a better one.
Brexit has really broken a taboo. The Brits have shown us that you can leave the European Union, and you can come out better.
I have great editors, and I always have. Somehow, great editors ask the right questions or pose things to you that get you to write better. It's a dance between you, your characters, and your editor.
The more time you can spend in sevens, the better. Time is invaluable; there's no substitute for that.
If parents instill a sense of civic-mindedness - and there is no better way to do that than by example - their children will probably follow.
I don't feel I'm better than any man out there or that I have anything to teach, and the more I learn about myself, the less comfortable I feel saying anything at all.
I was emotionally and physically punched in the stomach. This is not a place where you go and deliver the lines and then you come back. It's kind of a life-changing experience. But it can't get better than this for any actor - this is like an opera.
Being vice-captain at Chelsea, I've learned to manage my emotions better this season and have matured massively, but part of that is embracing those feelings of disappointment rather than suppressing them and pretending everything is OK.