Good Parts Quotes by Christopher Daniels, Mark Zuckerberg, Brian Kernighan, Betty White, Andy Grammer, Dan Rosensweig and many others.
I don’t think I’ll go a day as a professional wrestler without remembering the good parts of my TNA career. That really is the bulk of my career that people are aware and familiar with.
In retrospect, I do think it’s fair to say that we were overly idealistic and focused on more of the good parts of what connecting people and giving people a voice can bring.
Technology is mostly a force for good, but it has its downsides, too. I want my students – and my readers – to be intelligently skeptical about technology and be informed about the good and the not-so-good parts.
I’m the luckiest broad on two feet, I’ll tell you that. They say once a woman passes 40 she doesn’t get any good parts, so I’m blessed.
‘The Good Parts’ is me telling as much as I can of the deeper sides of myself that I haven’t shared before. It’s like an onion that gets deeper every time you cut it.
The good parts about being a public company are increased discipline, increased execution and increased transparency to make sure that you are really building a company for a hundred years.
As an author, you think you know where the good parts and the bad parts are. And then you read to a group of children, and you learn when you’re boring them, and you hurry through those sections to get to the parts where they’re interested again. You start to get a sense of your story’s rhythm and flow.
I’m very keen that we have this debate about the good parts of inequality and the bad parts of inequality. It’s not a one-sided thing.
For women in their 30s, it’s so hard to get good parts.
I feel like I get all the good parts of college, cause I just college hop on the weekends and party with them, but I don’t have to do any of the school part or the work part.
You can do bad parts in good pictures or good parts in bad pictures and maybe get a little personal satisfaction. But the key to it all is good parts in good pictures.
A naughty part of me thinks, how come Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry and Tim McInnerny have all done really good parts in a film, whereas I’ve only ever done bits and bobs? Before I die, wouldn’t it be nice to be the scheming old man in a movie?
When I was young, I dreamt of being a starlet in Hollywood. But there comes a point in every African American’s life when you realize the limitations, that you could only play maids or some little supporting role. Even Lena Horne couldn’t get good parts.
Everyone has things that they don’t love about themselves but I think that as a woman its much healthier and more positive to focus on your good parts and the things you like about yourself, not pick yourself apart.
To have the opportunity to work with Tiger Woods was just so awesome. I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the challenge. I enjoyed the good parts where he was winning. And I enjoyed the challenge to help him get better. But six years was enough.
The good parts of a book may be only something a writer is lucky enough to overhear or it may be the wreck of his whole damn life and one is as good as the other.
The whole goal for me with my career is just follow good projects and good parts and challenge myself as much as I can.
I try to cover myself, to have another movie under way before the last one comes out. I’ve been able to just scrape by, holding out for good parts instead of taking anything.
I have a group of friends in my life, and we all give each other something different. I’ve known my two closest friends for many years. One is a friend from high school, and the other I met right after college. My deep, deep friends remind me every day of the good parts of my personality.
I used to sit on the editing table to see where I may have gone wrong because after editing, only the good parts go on screen.
You’re always one of the only girls, because there are so many male writers, and there are not enough good parts for women.
A novel quite possibly won’t be good and, even more possibly, will have not-good parts, but at least it won’t shape-shift on you; at least you can say that you’re halfway through and know that this maps onto some clear, visualizable chunk of narrative.
You still really fight for good parts. It never stops. It’s never a breeze. The people at the top of their game work as hard as the people at the bottom.
Black or white good parts are hard to come by. A good actor with a good opportunity has a shot; without the opportunity it doesn’t matter how good you are.
Maybe I thought too much about picking up the money and not enough about the really good parts.
The good parts are the people who don’t make do. They’re the interesting people. Lear doesn’t make do.
My father left when I was really young, but he’s still living. There are things I wish I’d said that I didn’t and I don’t think I’ll ever get the opportunity to say. He’s battled addiction problems his entire life. I wish things were different. I wish there were a way my son could know him, know the good parts of him.
Before discovering theater, I was sloughing off and didn’t have any passion for school. Then I couldn’t get enough. All of a sudden, I was getting good parts in all of these plays. I just loved it. I started getting A’s in acting, directing and technical theater. I found something that clicked.
In any age range, there are some limitations in terms of good, good parts.
There are always good parts. They may not pay what you want, and they may not have as many days’ work as you want, they may not have the billing that you want, they may not have a lot of things, but – the content of the role itself – I find there are many roles.
To me, to be a conservative means to conserve the good parts of America and to conserve our Constitution.
There are good parts and bad parts and middle parts about everybody. So what I would like to be known as is someone who was true to himself and passionate about the game.
A lot of times, we also have to live and work. You have to make money to pay rent. In that respect, I don’t think you can be so demanding. Those great stories are not the normal stories that come on a daily basis. It’s a struggle to land those roles. Everybody is looking for the good parts.
Any experience you have, there are good parts of it and bad parts, and you have to learn from the bad parts and the mistakes that you’ve made.
There are certain aspects that I miss of coaching. But you can’t just pick out the good parts. You’ve got to be all-in and understand there’s some negatives, too.