Putting Yourself Out There Quotes by Lisa Rinna, Lee Hammond, Cara Lockwood, Daniel Radcliffe, John Cusack, Eva Longoria and many others.
When you pick a career like acting, it’s challenging, but it’s a lesson every time you put yourself out there. I wouldn’t change it for the world – I love what I learn every single day.
The more you put yourself out there, the more there is for people to take exception with.
It’s better to put yourself out there and get hurt than to never take the chance at all.
As an actor, I think sort of relish the chance to take a leap and sort of put yourself out there. You know, it’s, like on any film, you just have to be willing to embarrass yourself, because otherwise you are not going to really reveal anything that you have. So I think it’s exciting.
The more you expose yourself as a celebrity, the less interesting you are to watch in your work, because if you’re putting yourself out there all the time, you’re not holding anything back.
I’ve always thought of myself as a role model even before being a ‘celebrity.’ I’ve always been doing charity work and volunteering in the community since I was 8, so when you do that, I think you just assume that role when you put yourself out there.
When we finally give up the struggle to find fulfillment “out there,” we have nowhere to go but within. It is at this moment of total surrender that a new light begins to dawn.
I mean putting yourself out there in the way of overwhelming happiness and knowing you’re also putting yourself in the way of terrible harm. I’m scared to be this happy. I’m scared to be this extreme.
It is not the critic who counts
I think everything is happening all the time, but if you don’t put yourself in the path of it, you miss it. When you travel, you put yourself out there. It’s not always great. Sometimes it’s terrible. But other times … […] It’s not so bad.
It’s always nervewracking to put yourself out there. But it’s the root of joy.
It’s such a deliberate thing to sit down and write a tweet. You’re putting yourself out there in a very deliberate way, and over however many tweets, you start to create a character for yourself.
I don’t profess to know how to balance the positive and the negative media attention. It’s a gamble every time you put yourself out there, and, certainly, I’m always readjusting to it.
I think as an actor, you’re constantly putting yourself out there, and a lot of times failing – and failing in front of a bunch of people – and sometimes you have a good moment and something clicks.
If you want to be seen, you have to put yourself out there – it’s that simple.
Believe that if you make courageous choices and bet on yourself and put yourself out there, that you will have an impact, as a result of what you do. And you don’t need to know now what that would be or how will it happen because no one ever does.
I think what I would say to my younger self, and probably to younger, just starting-out writers is that a lot of times you’re just afraid to put yourself out there, and it’s uncomfortable because it’s working up the courage to do something, to push yourself to do those things.
For me, like when you’ve put yourself out there emotionally, physically, and you’ve really put yourself on the line, for me, that means I’ve really done something.
If what you want to do is make artwork for bands, you have to love doing it because there is almost no money in it. In order to start doing it, you just have to put yourself out there, work for bands you love and for as little as possible to start, if not free, that’s what I did for years.
ItвЂ™s very hard to have ideas. ItвЂ™s very hard to put yourself out there, itвЂ™s very hard to be vulnerable, but those people who do that are the dreamers, the thinkers and the creators. They are the magic people of the world.
When something or someone is hyped and you’re put on the forefront of a lot of things, people want to tear you down. That’s kind of scary, especially when you’re not really putting yourself out there.
To make real friends you have to put yourself out there. Sometimes people will let you down, but you can’t let that stop you. If you get hurt, you just pick yourself up, dust off your feelings, and try again.
If you do put yourself out there and do things that are not safe, then you run the risk of being criticized for it.
If you asked people, “Do you like jazz?” they would be like, “not at all.” But I think that if you’re really putting yourself out there and really communicating, music can put you beyond people’s preconceptions, beyond their playlist.
As a rapper, you sort of act in music videos and in the persona you adopt onstage. You kinda have to put yourself out there and be courageous even to be a rapper. So, to step into acting was not that difficult a transition to make.
Find your authentic voice, become vulnerable, and then put yourself out there.
The more you relate to something or somebody speaks to you, it means more. I think that putting yourself out there like heart-on-sleeve, is really important.
Unless you have a huge ego, I think it requires a tremendous amount of bravery to keep putting yourself out there, knowing that you will get rejected most of the time.