True To Myself Quotes by Rene Marie, Stella McCartney, Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine, Jason Mraz, Melody Beattie and many others.
I just kind of tried to stay true to myself.
I think it took me a little while to be true to myself as a designer, and in some ways I’m still trying to do that. I have to choose things that come naturally to me. Whenever I challenge something too much or try too hard, it never quite works out.
I think I’m true to myself – you hear that actors have like plans. I’m gonna do this type of movie, then I’m gonna play this kind of character, and that’ll get me from A to B. I’ve never done that. I honestly just follow my gut and I don’t think you can go wrong with that.
I think of life itself now as a wonderful play that I’ve written for myself, and so my purpose is to have the utmost fun playing my part.
As things grew for me I felt like I was losing myself and wanted to stay true to myself as well. I didn’t want to lose any connection I had with the audience. I felt small on a big stage and I felt like I was peaking generically to an audience.
Today I will honor, cherish, and love myself. When I get confused about what to do, I just have to remember that I need to be true to myself. I will break free of the hold that others-and their expectations-ha ve on me.
Honestly, happy. This happened for a reason. By having to answer that question in front of a national audience, God was testing my character and faith. I’m glad I stayed true to myself.
I figure if I just stay true to myself and I am the Whitney that I’ve always been, people will look at me not as Whitney from the show, but as a human being.
I stay true to myself and my style, and I am always pushing myself to be aware of that and be original.
I just try to be true to myself and write about things I’m passionate about. I think what most people don’t like about movies is they can tell that most movies are a product, and they don’t mean that much to the people who make them.
People say I’m going to be the next Oprah. But I say no, because Oprah is still Oprah. I’ll be the next me. I feel like there’s always a lane for me as long as I’m true to myself.
My life is my statement and I try to be true to myself and thusly to other people. Whatever my failings are, they are human and I try to perfect it each day.
Just keep being true to yourself, if you’re passionate about something go for it. Don’t sacrifice anything, just have fun.
Just to be true to myself, which is why I did this movie. I figured everyone was going to freak out and say, ‘Why would you do that after Dorothy Dandridge?’ My answer is ‘Because I can.’ And that feels really good to be comfortable saying that.
I have abandoned so many projects but in the ’80s when I left public life to be married and have real children – I love my children and I would never sacrifice them for anything – I had to find a way to simultaneously be a mother and wife and fulfill my duties and still be true to myself as a writer.
I just need to know that I did the very best I could and that I was true to myself.
I spent years thinking I had to make a choice between being true to myself and being with a man and not having a family, and trying to live something of a lie and being with a woman and having children.