Tough Questions Quotes by Guillermo del Toro, Lucy Powell, Al Gore, Freeman Thomas, Madeleine Albright, J. Robbins and many others.
I am the nice adversary, the guy that’s going to ask the tough questions and is not going to be happy with the quick answer.
As the economy faces such difficulties, more tough questions need to be asked about what the Tories would do if elected. Their ideology of free markets and small government needs challenging. That has to be part of our job.
It seems an easy choice – sacrifice the tree for a human life – until one learns that three trees must be destroyed for each patient treated. Suddenly we must confront some tough questions. How important are the medical needs of future generations?
Good design begins with honesty, asks tough questions, comes from collaboration and from trusting your intuition.
I consider it my patriotic duty as an ordinary citizen – not as Secretary of State – to ask questions. I think we have to ask ourselves the tough questions.
Who’s got the most heartbreaking voice? I don’t know. Tough question.
When I say you don’t have to be a believer, you just have to say – you have to ask the question to say am I concerned about the tough questions in life, being introspective enough to say, who am I, why am I, what am I?
The most important characteristic that has allowed me to succeed is confidence. I have always been comfortable in my own skin, and even when I was just starting out in my career, had the strength and self-assurance to ask tough questions and push for answers.
To me, Jeb Bush is hitting his stride. He was the most composed, the most endpoint, the most in control, I’ve seen him in an interview yet. And it’s not because I wasn’t asking him tough questions
Studying doesn’t have to happen in a silo. It can be a social experience. You can engage with your friends and family to find out the answer to a tough question or have someone explain it to you. You can also study anywhere you happen to be and on any device.
I think the more important task for a young person than developing a personal brand is figuring out what she’s great at, what she loves to do, and how she can use that to leave an imprint in the world. Those are tough questions, but essential ones. Answer those – and the personal brand follows.
If we were created in GodвЂ™s image, then when God was a child he smushed fire ants with his fingertips and avoided tough questions.
Who is in your life asking you the tough questions?
When I’m looking for hot button answers to tough questions, I don’t look to congressman or my mayor. I say, ‘What would Miss U.S.A. have to say about this?’
The press really is not doing its job of holding their [the candidates’] feet to the fire. … The tough questions are not what are you in favor of, but how are you going to get it through Congress?