Ed Harris quotes: the actor slash director’s most shared quotes.
“You need to maintain a proper balance of anxiety and fear and chaos and horror in order to keep life going.”
“The best advice I’ve ever received was from my father on his deathbed. He told me to gird my loins, which meant buck up and get things done.”
Amer Kamra looking like a gosh darn Burberry ad.
Amer Kamra is a former professional fitness and cover model turned serial entrepreneur. His date of birth is July 8, 1988. He was born, raised, and still resides in Toronto, Canada.
At a young age, Amer began taking Taekwondo classes. He would later earn his black belt. To become a better athlete, he started lifting weights at around age 15. In high school, Amer was on the football team. At 19, he began competing as a fitness model. He is a 12-time cover model. He earned the nickname “Amer The Hammer” due to his no-nonsense, relentless approach to fitness.
Evan Rachel Wood quotes: inside the mind of the actress.
“You don’t have to fit into a particular box. You fit into a box that you’re comfortable in, and you’ll attract people with like minds. It took me a while to figure this out, but there are many ideals. You have to figure out what’s best for you and that will radiate out of you. I think [it’s] a certain amount of letting go and being brave and not being afraid to make mistakes to get there.”
“There’s a path for everyone.”
Dick Vitale quotes: the voice of college basketball speaks his mind.
“Life is simple. Life is all about decisions. Make good decisions and good things happen. Make bad decisions and bad things happen.”
“Life has good and bad times. And to get through them you have to battle. Life is not all smooth. I’ve had my bumps and bruises, like anybody, but I’ve always tried to look at life like a glass that’s half full.”
Grace Jones quotes: the Jamaican model’s most popular quotes.
“I believe in individuality, that everybody is special, and it’s up to them to find that quality and let it live.”
“One creates oneself.”
“My philosophy is a belief in magic, good luck, self-confidence and pride.”
Uma Thurman quotes: Beatrix sounds off.
“Life is what happens to you while you’re waiting for your ship to come in.”
“You can’t find something if you don’t know what you’re looking for.”
“I think that life force is invaluable.”
James Marsden quotes: the actor looks back on how far he’s come.
“If you’re lucky enough to pick what you do, that’s the greatest career you can have. Ultimately, that’s my goal: to have choices.”
“Nothing special is easy to create. I feel like there has to be real effort, real love, real passion, and you have to fall on your face. When you are met with real challenges, it reveals a lot about your character with how you handle that adversity.”
Jane Seymour quotes: insight and life lessons from the actress.
“You have to count on living every single day in a way you believe will make you feel good about your life… so that if it were over tomorrow, you’d be content with yourself.”
“When I was younger, I remember thinking, ‘I have to pass this mark’ or ‘I have to get this role’ or ‘I have to do this or that’ and then that will mean I have accomplished something. But life is actually all about the process and not about the goals.”
Marc Randolph is literally and figuratively on top of the world.
Nobody thought Marc Randolph’s Netflix idea would ever work. Not even his wife. Two and a half years in, it looked as though the naysayers were right. Netflix was hemorrhaging money. Worried they would soon be out of business, Marc and his cofounder, Reed Hastings, practically begged Blockbuster to bail them out.
Christopher Plummer quotes: the late Canadian actor’s most impactful quotes.
“Sometimes you have to look into a mirror and look at the worst you could have been if you’re ever going to know the best you were meant to be.”
“This is America, the place to find hope. If you give up now, you will never find them. So never say never.”
“History remembers most what you did last.”
Kali Muscle the type to pull up to the drive thru and order allll the smoke. And a medium Diet Coke.
Chuck Kirkendall, aka Kali Muscle, was born on February 18, 1975. He grew up in Oakland, California. He said his childhood was “complicated.” His senior year of high school, his older brother committed suicide. That led him down a dark road of depression and anger. That same year, Kali had gotten an academic and football scholarship to Fresno State. He went away to college, but, when money got low, he resorting to robbery to get by. It would catch up with him.
Amanda Kahlow quotes: this woman puts on an absolute quote clinic with the snippets below.
“If you change your thoughts you can change your life. You are in control of everything in your world.”
“Enter every meeting, every project with intention. Set a vision. Don’t just walk through life aimlessly. It takes time and effort to do this. Don’t just say it, do it. Every day, every interaction.”
Trisha Paytas is going through a delayed Adam Sandler fangirl phase.
Trisha Paytas was born on May 8, 1988. She grew up in a town called Freeport, which is just outside of Rockford, Illinois. As a teenager, she moved to L.A. Shortly thereafter, she began stripping for money. On the side, she landed some roles as a background actor and appeared in music videos for artists like Eminem, Amy Winehouse, and The All-American Rejects.
Chamath Palihapitiya has a little theory about building a valuable company and thus becoming rich yourself: “The faster you build it? That is the half-life. It will get destroyed in the same amount of time,” he said. And here’s why that’s such an important statement: “Amassing capital, to me, is about finding a smart, useful solution to a very hard, practical problem—and being slow and methodical.”
Matt Dillon quotes: the actor’s most popular quotes.
“We get caught up in all the stress: ‘Got to do this, is this the right thing for me to do?’ But what about the thing you want to do? That’s what’ll keep you young. It’s empowering, not becoming a prisoner of some other person’s idea of what you should be.”
“One of my biggest [and] greatest fears is not being able to break out of a rut or change, to be caught in a never-ending cycle of sameness, of becoming a prisoner to my ways, unable to change course. I learned you can change your thinking. Growth is so important.”