"How" Sayings and Quotes
I taught at the FBI for four decades - how to think outside of the box and deal with social engineering.
Acting was just something that came really naturally to me, and it was just something that I knew how to do.
Singles are for people that want to chart - I'm measuring my success by how well I connect with people.
We should be careful and deliberate in how we allow public entry into our vibrant communications marketplace... This is an issue that should be left to our states.
I'm constantly questioning the effects technology has had on our lives and the effect that monetary debt has had on all of us. We keep this as a dark little secret: 'This is how much interest I owe.'
I did get introduced to the financial markets while I was in college. And I think I learned also how to sort of filter out all of the nonrational, or nonsensible, noise and sort of concentrate on what matters, and that's really what markets are about.
One of the more surreal days I've ever had in the recording studio was Martin Fry teaching Hugh Grant his old dance moves. Showing him how to do the hair-flip and the point, and all these sort of trademark moves of his.
I find it embarrassing and disgusting to ask to do a part and be told I'm too pretty. How can I answer that?
Such huge money has been made in China - it can be hundreds of millions in a year - and there's a need to validate it by showing what they can buy and how much of it.
I can't do a one-camera show. I don't know how to do that kind of show where you count in your head and then you do the next line.
I've always noticed a difference between working with a director and working with a writer/director. In how much they're invested and how specific they are.
It's probably what I'm most interested in as a choreographer: how I can alter and shift and develop the structure of a piece and of the space.
I wrote songs when I was little, and I wrote a journal, but I don't think I knew how to let that truth come out yet.