My Own Personality Quotes by Dawn French, Joshua Lederberg, Joseph Conrad, Rico Lebrun, Ron Currie Jr., Lizzy Caplan and many others.
I keep my own personality in a cupboard under the stairs at home so that no one else can see it or nick it.
Although I am a public figure, I’m still a little shy. I don’t think my own personality is important. I prefer to keep some small dosage of privacy.
I was constantly watching myself, my secret self, as dependent on my actions as my own personality
Occasionally, I like to select a mentor, a master, and let him guide me through a revision of one of my paintings… I try to move into his terrain, bringing my own ammunition… I do not believe… that this belittles my own personality.
Most of my writing is an effort, one way or another, to figure something out about myself, and often when I read dialogue between my characters I recognize it as a discussion between two aspects of my own personality, aspects which are too often at odds.
I try to bring elements of my own personality to every character I’ve played, but I think I’m pretty similar to the character I’m playing now. The biggest departure would have to have been Freaks’ and Geeks Sara, who was this sort of subordinate and shy girl.
For me coaching was all about being involved, and taking the best qualities from the coaches I had as a player and moulding them into my own personality.
If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world it will come through the expression of your own personality, that single spark of divinity that sets you off and makes you different from every other living creature.
I always try to honor a character by being honest and truthful to who they are, in spite of my own personality and beliefs.
I’m trying to eliminate every vestige of my own personality, style, approach and get into somebody else’s skin. Sometimes I feel I’ve accomplished it. But when I don’t, I’m nobody at all, having left myself at home
Employing women as my primary protagonists has allowed me to step outside of myself, to distance myself from my own personality, far more easily than were I to look at events from a masculine perspective.
I have been influenced by the greatest artists in jazz, pop, reggae, traditional, ballards, pop, and all types of music, taking the best from each to represent my own personality. Whitney Houston, George Michaels, Sade, Phil Collins, and many others have influenced me.
I really lucked out in terms of how my parents encouraged me to develop my own personality so I didn’t just feel incredibly insecure and like I didn’t fit in.
The puppet characters were combinations of people I had known and to some degree aspects of my own personality. Weird was based on someone I knew in Chicago. Dirty Dragon was based on a good friend I had in Indianapolis.
Every part I play is just a variant of my own personality. No real character actor, of course, just me.
We continue to shape our personality all our life. If we knew ourselves perfectly, we should die.
I’ve had years of bizarre hallucinogenic magical experiences in which I believed I had communicated with entities that may well have been disassociated parts of my own personality or conceivably some independent entity of a metaphysical nature. Both would seem equally interesting.
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