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Emilio Estevez

Emilio Estevez quotes: on his famous family, staying grounded, being perfectly imperfect, and more.

“Any project worth doing is going to cost you something personally or professionally.”

“We get very set in our ways and it’s sometimes hard to look beyond what else is out there.”

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Molly Kathleen Ringwald

Molly Ringwald quotes: good stuff from the actress and author.

“Life is full of interesting surprises if you are open to it.”

“Take a chance. Go out there and just do it. You don’t want to be one of those people who look back in life and say, ‘I wish I had done this.'”

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Susan Alexandra Weaver

Sigourney Weaver quotes: on being awkwardly tall, going to Yale, the movie that changed everything for her, and more.

“Why don’t you just do what you want to do?”

“Determination is a nice word.”

“Career-wise, involve a mix of persistence and trusting in fate. You have to believe that the universe is going to help you.”

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Jamie Kern Lima went from Denny’s waitress to selling her company for more than a billion dollars. (Splish.)

Jamie Kern Lima grew up idolizing Oprah. She was valedictorian of her high school class, and the first one in her family to go to college. After that, she began working as a journalist and news anchor. In her 20s, out of nowhere, she started suffering from a skin condition called rosacea. “I would get these bright red bumps that felt like sandpaper on my skin,” Jamie recalled.

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Sir Michael Caine

Michael Caine quotes: life lessons from the long-time actor.

“Be like a duck. Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath.”

“My biggest piece of advice to anyone just starting out, or to anyone who feels like they are taking a wrong turn along the way, is this: find something you want to do and learn how to do it really well. Take what you got and make the most of it. Learn how to do something, whatever it is, you would choose to do for nothing. Whatever it is, when you are doing it, it makes you feel amazing and most yourself. Throw yourself into it. Challenge yourself to be the best you can be. We can’t all be famous actors. But, if you can find something you love and if that something will also pay the bills, you will be on your way to your own personal paradise.”

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Lisa Sasevich says there’s a knowing, a feeling that won’t go away, in every single one of us—that we are meant for more. “To give more, to contribute more, to create more abundance, to help more,” she told Bedros Keuilian recently. So she wrote a book about it: Meant for More is designed to help you reach your highest potential and turn your knowledge into profit.

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Cloris Leachman

Cloris Leachman quotes: the late actress’ most popular quotes.

“Let whatever’s going to happen, happen. Don’t judge it before you do it. Sure, sometimes it will be terrible, but sometimes it will just be amazing. That’s where the gold is.”

“Fiber is what you’re made of inside. It’s not a moral thing or religious. It’s a fiber that comes from your background and your awareness of something larger than yourself. It isn’t God. It’s just a strength. The idea of fiber of rope that gets twisted and becomes stronger when there’s more than one strand and it’s not going to break easily.”

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Virginia Elizabeth Geena Davis

Geena Davis quotes: on overcoming low self-esteem, how she picks her roles, having nerves of steel, and more.

“I wish I knew who said it, but my favorite quote is, ‘If a person can do it, I can do it.'”

“You can dream. People want to satisfy every possible dream or expectation they could have.”

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Rashida Leah Jones

Rashida Jones quotes: Ann Perkins on her big brain, being biracial, raunchiness, and much more.

“I know that in life there will be sickness, devastation, disappointments, heartache—it’s a given. What’s not a given is the way you choose to get through it all. If you look hard enough, you can always find the bright side.”

“Being good at your job is really important.”

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Blake Mycoskie

Blake Mycoskie started Toms Shoes with a simple idea: sell a pair, give a pair. It began as a fun little side hustle out of his apartment but ballooned into a half-a-billion-dollar-a-year company that has donated tens of millions of shoes to children in need.

More recently, he co-founded a company called Madefor. It’s a subscription model where users get a kit in the mail every 30 days with literature and tools that help them adopt healthy habits of body and mind.

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Bryce Dallas Howard

Bryce Dallas Howard quotes: the actress keeps it 100.

“Creativity is all around us, and some of the funniest, most beautiful, and touching moments happen when you least expect it.”

“I feel that every single thing you do in life, you give a piece of your soul, and I want to be responsible with that.”

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Ally Hilfiger

Ally Hilfiger quotes: on her battle with lyme disease, her book, parenting, privilege, and more.

Never give up. I know how easy it is to give up. And I know how much sweeter the victory is when you don’t.”

“I never ever would have believed when I was bedridden that I would one day attend graduate school, publish a book, or teach writing classes. That I would one day live in my own apartment. It happened for me because I didn’t give up, and that can happen for you too.”

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Ryan Serhant’s got that big d*ck money energy.

Ryan Serhant was born in Texas. His family bounced around a lot when he was little, moving eight times before settling just outside of Boston. He was terrible at every single sport. The only thing he liked was theater because he didn’t have to be himself. “I was not a cool kid by any means,” he told Ed Mylett in an interview. Plus, he was overweight, had bad acne, and wasn’t all that smart.

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Thomas Jacob Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger quotes: the fashion mogul sounds off.

“The road to success is not easy to navigate, but with hard work, drive and passion, it’s possible to achieve the American dream.”

“It takes hard work, resourcefulness, perseverance and courage to succeed.”

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Clip-clop. FaZe Rug out here trotting around like a show pony.

FaZe Rug (birth name Brian Awadis) was on the No Focks Given podcast with Maverick and Tanner Fox recently and had this to say about a typical day in his life: “It’s not the rich life, like, you know, I’m gonna go eat a $500 dinner. I eat like In-N-Out, Jack in the Box, all the basic stuff. If it’s a filming day, I’ll grab a coffee or some Chug Rug (his energy drink)…”

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