What You Want Quotes by Rick Tramonto, Sally Field, Liza Johnson, Lauren Oliver, Lorde, Robert Gallucci and many others.
I always like to say that no matter what you want to do in life, if you stick with it, you’re bound to eventually get good at it!
Quit thinking about your weight and start thinking about your worth and who you are and what you haven’t done yet. What you want to accomplish.
When I was really young, I was reluctant to be perceived as bossy, and I thought that working with an ensemble was about generating a consensus all the time. Later on, I realized that it’s actually generous to know what you want and to tell people what you want – actors, crew, everyone.
There is only what you want and what happens. There is only grabbing on and holding tight in the darkness.
The phrase ‘teen hottie’ literally makes me want to throw up. I’m a pop princess at heart. Pop is about distilling what you want to say and making it easy. And the way I write isn’t about making things easy. It’s a weird juxtaposition.
Great negotiators never lose sight of what they are aiming at, which is not an agreement per se, but a desired outcome….Getting to yes is easy, all you have to do is roll over. It’s getting what you want that’s hard.
Being frustrated is disagreeable, but the real disasters of life begin when you get what you want.
It shows considerable wisdom to know what you want in life and then to direct all your energies towards getting it.
Its easy to know what you want to say, but not to say it
Success is what you envisage it to be. You have to go into any profession knowing what you want because people will place expectations on you and their idea of success could taint yours.
You are not alone in your quest to be who you want and have what you want.
When you give thanks as though you have already received what you want, you are emitting a powerful signal to the Universe.
But he did not understand the price. Mortals never do. They only see the prize, their heart’s desire, their dream… But the price of getting what you want, is getting what you once wanted.
Perspective taking is taking on the perspective of others. It’s what we do anytime we buy a gift for someone else (“What would they like?”). So it means breaking the golden rule (“Treat others the way you want to be treated”) and instead, acknowledges that others may not want what you want.
Eventually you get to this point where you understand what you want to do and get across and sound like.
First be sure that you know exactly what you want to say. Then be sure you have said exactly that.
Better off dead than giving in; not taking what you want.