One On One Quotes by Brian J. White, Mark Vonnegut, Randi Zuckerberg, Michael Jackson, Tia Mowry, Stella Maeve and many others.
Acting was a lot like football. When you’re a DB and you’re one on one with a receiver, you’re going to dance. It’s go-time in front of 100,000 people and everybody watching on TV. That’s exactly how it is when a director says ‘Action!’ It’s the same adrenaline rush, the same training process. I love it.
Who but a brazen crazy person would go one-on-one with blank paper or canvas armed with nothing but ideas?
May I so boldly suggest that this Thanksgiving, we focus on one-on-one conversations, instead of broadcasting our lives to the masses.
You know, don’t judge a person, do not pass judgement, unless you have talked to them one on one.
I loved getting tutored and having that one-on-one attention that you sometimes do not get in regular school.
I like working one-on-one with someone, and I think that to go to a school of acting isnвЂ™t really my thing.
John Cusack is a dream. I did one one-on-one scene with him and we got to shoot it so many times, and he did it different every time.
I usually write for the individual reader -though I would like to have many such readers. There are some poets who write for people assembled in big rooms, so they can live through something collectively. I prefer my reader to take my poem and have a one-on-one relationship with it.
I like teaching and the contact with young minds keeps one on one’s toes, but increasing responsibilities have forced me to shed much of it in recent years.
In a way, education by its nature favours the extrovert because you are taking kids and putting them into a big classroom, which is automatically going to be a high-stimulation environment. Probably the best way of teaching in general is one on one, but that’s not something everyone can afford.
A guy that’s really serious about you, he’s gotta be talking to you, he’s gotta want to have one-on-one, in-your-face interaction. That’s how we are.
Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.
I think the one-on-one gigs connecting with the fans – is the most important thing. That will help build your fan base. They’ll talk about you, and word spreads. Those things are just as important as knowing how to play an E chord.
If it was just me and Elvis one on one, which only happened once or twice in the times that I did see him, it was a really comfortable. He was a cool guy… easy laugh, nice guy.
Music is pretty intimate stuff and I can only work with very few people: Gonzalez being one, Mocky being another and, on a completely different level, Broken Social Scene. With Broken Social Scene its not one-on-one, its a one-on-12. Its very healthy, very comfortable, like a big pot luck supper among old friends.
We have so many distractions. We’re losing the family unit. We’re losing the one-on-one. We’re becoming extremely narcissistic. And we have to be careful about that. There’s a lot to deal with out there.
Nobody in the world can guard me one-on-one.