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Hayley Hasselhoff Quotes

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Hayley Hasselhoff quotes: content from the curve model.

“I think no matter what opportunities are given to you the only way you will succeed is if you want it, fight for it and are prepared.”

“My biggest thing is wanting people to find inspiration from my journey, not to embody it. People think that to achieve what someone else has achieved, they have to copy their journey, but the only way to actually succeed is staying true to yourself. Being unique is the most beautiful thing in this world and staying true to who you are is the best gift you could give yourself.”

“Being unique and being yourself is going to get you and your career way further in life, no matter what anyone else tells you. Be you, work hard, and never lose sight of the love for your craft that got you into this business.”

“Be you, but be the best you! You can be for yourself not anyone else. Have a great work ethic, love every second of the process and you will succeed. It doesn’t happen overnight. Trust me, it will take you on ups and downs for the rest of your life. But the continued ‘rejection,’ as one may call it, is actually a blessing in disguise. If you look at it the right way it can only help you get one step closer to where you are supposed to be. It will also help you realize what you need to work on to get better.”

“It’s all about confidence and how you feel about yourself.”

“My secret confidence trick is always staying true to myself and my goals in life. I think the best way to feel beautiful is to have your life on track and not let other people negatively influence you.”

“I was able to find my confidence by always believing in my morals and myself. I’m the one who leads my life not others and that’s helped me through a lot.”

“Find what makes you feel comfortable.”

“Allowing yourself to grow is the strongest thing you can do for yourself, for your mental health and for your entire being.”

“People dwell so much on the little things, but why should they hold you back when you have the big things to look forward to? By exuding positive energy when dealing with your problems, you will exude it in your being in general. Treat yourself with love and you will exude love to others.”

“I live my life with positivity, so even if there was a low, I’d find a positive in the situation. It’s how I am with everything in life. With acting, I don’t love the celebrity side of it and the tabloids, but at the end of the day, I love what I do so much, it overrides all that.”

“I’ve managed to stay strong and positive by not letting negativity affect me and to only make me stronger and to put a bigger guard around my heart.”

“Who you are as a person is more special than trying to be someone you’re not. Don’t get me wrong, I have bad days, everyone does, but I know if I’m feeling insecure today, I’ll move on tomorrow. I’d tell girls to realize it’s okay to have bad days to get to the good ones.”

“The people I meet everyday are my role models. Whether it is someone I met in passing, from work, or a fan. I love hearing their empowering stories. The beauty of breaking away from the fear of the unknown and taking a chance on themselves for the better continuously inspires me. I’ve been blessed to meet so many beautiful people in my journey who have shared their life lessons along the way.”

“Everyone loves good looks, but personality is what sells for me. I want someone to have fun and go on adventures with.”

“Growing up, I never accepted my curves, but when I got the opportunity to become a plus size model, I was able to appreciate my voluptuous body and love myself, not only on the outside, but on the inside.”

“My parents always told me I’m beautiful the way that I am, and I never thought to myself that I needed to be skinny because there’s a magazine out there that said, ‘Oh, size two,’ or, ‘Oh, this girl’s beautiful because she’s skinny.'”

“I consider my mother and father the most influential people in my life.”

“It wasn’t deliberate; I don’t think you should ever put pressure on somebody to be a role model—it just sort of happened. When I was 14, I had this amazing opportunity to become a body advocate because it was something that just wasn’t available out there. I learned that beauty comes in different shapes and sizes, and I became a voice for that.”

“I look at where I am today, with a beautiful career all about celebrating my body. I would have never gotten here if I let others’ words of discouragement get to me. I now walk into every audition room just to do good work and have fun with the reader. If a role presents itself to change in any way, trust me I’ll be the first to want to. But until then I’m going to be confident in me and the work I bring to a role.”

“I think when it comes to certain aspects in the industry, it may be easier to open the door, but that door will close twice as fast and hard if you are not prepared. I have and always will want to make sure that my successes have been made from my own talent and path.”

“I never like to use the word confident when I talk about my body. I use the word ‘connected’ because I feel I’m very connected to my being, my self-worth and self-love, so if I’m having a bad body day, I can change my mindset, remember who I am and that my body doesn’t define me. Our body gives us so much and we often take it for granted because we have this perception of what we should look like, when really it’s about what we should feel like.”

“There’s no such thing as a perfect woman. I like imperfections. That’s what makes you unique.”

“The plus size movement is not just about fashion; it’s about body image, and if we’re doing a shoot, they won’t retouch us at all. That’s the cool thing: there’s no retouching at all because we want to give girls the truth, not a fabrication.”

“We’re fit, we’re healthy, we eat right, we work out. ‘Plus size model’ does not mean that we’re not healthy. Plus size is not glamorizing obesity: it’s about empowering. The message behind the fashion is feeling confident in whatever you’re wearing. Working out, for me, gives me energy in the day and just makes me happy.”

“Being a plus size model is all about being healthy, toned and exuding confidence. It shows you that beauty comes in all different shapes and sizes.”

“I am comfortable with who I am as a person. I’ve never felt that pressure of feeling like I need to fit into something else or be something else because that’s not me. I work out and I’m healthy, but that’s not to lose weight; that’s just to feel good.”

“Fashion can always be a part of your life no matter what shape or size you are. You don’t need to feel like you have to fit into a box because you aren’t a certain size that your favorite designer carries.”

“I love the idea of embracing your curves and loving yourself while expressing it through fashion. The confidence you wear your clothes in is what’s really going to shine.”

“So my advice is to find what works for you.”

“The advice that I would give to young girls who are struggling with their self-esteem would be to always be true to yourself and believe in yourself because one person can make a difference.”

“I think it is important to be a positive role model as a celebrity because although you don’t necessarily want people to be watching your every step, they do. So anything you do gets publicized. Also many people look up to celebrities, and if you’re not setting a good example then who is? You want to show people that being a celebrity is something to be cherished and that every celebrity is really just like you. It should be showing people not to change for others and to really lead their own life, and not to do what others do but to start your own path and be original. I hope by being a positive role model it will inspire others to do the same in their lives.”

“My career has given me a voice to help push girls into body confidence and feeling good in their skin. There are so many people standing up for it and there’s so many role models out there. I’m so happy I get to be a part of that group of girls.”

“I have a huge heart for others and if there is any way I could put a smile on another’s face I have always been the first one in line to do so. So by helping people in need it gives me joy in my life and I hope gives it in theirs. Just to let people in need know you’re thinking about them and really do care, goes a long way.”

“I hope to inspire others by my actions by letting them see that by helping others you don’t only just give back to them you learn more about appreciating life and loved ones around you. I hope to inspire people to get involved and to take time out of their day to realize how blessed they are and by helping others it will add joy to your life but also to people in need.”

“If I could change anything in the world it would be to bring more passion for others around you and not only to care for yourself but also to think about others and try to make a difference. I think that making a difference in someone else’s life is the most important thing for the world. The world needs to focus more on making it better place.”

“I think the biggest lesson that anyone should learn is that social media is great, but being present is so much better. You have one life to live: it’s not on a computer or phone, it’s in front of you. Being able to connect with other people, whether that’s talking to somebody in passing or giving someone uplifting comments, is so powerful.”

“Exploring, learning and trying different things—those have always been the best gifts.”

“As you get older, the biggest gift you can give yourself is to spend it with your family.”

“I just like talking, and I’m really truthful. Sometimes things come out of my mouth, and I think, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t have said that,’ but at the end of the day, I am who I am! When I’m not acting, I’m going to be fully Hayley Hasselhoff, and that’s what you’re going to get. And I enjoy that.”

“I have learned to only look at the good in life, not the bad.”

“Things in life don’t always work out the way you planned and that’s okay. You just need to take every day at a time and cherish what life has given you, not what it’s taken away. A new journey is always a good one and makes you learn something new about yourself and the world around you.”

“The advice I would give would be that anyone can make a difference; never give up. Always following your dreams and ambitions. Always believe in yourself and know you can make a difference, and making a difference in someone else’s life will make a difference in yours.”

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