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The decathlon takes so long to learn that people who are good athletes don't want to go back to the beginning again.
I'm much faster now. When you only have a certain amount of time to write, after a while you learn to use your time well or you stop writing.
A chef is a mixture maybe of artistry and craft. You have to learn the craft really to get there.
Now everybody thinks that once you do Top Chef, then 13 weeks later you're a chef. Nobody wants to learn to cook anymore.
Money is all right but once you have it you learn it's not the be all and end all.
The entrepreneurial instinct is in you. You can't learn it, you can't buy it, you can't put it in a bottle. It's just there and it comes out.
People need to learn to live with more risk.
It is hard to imagine 10 years is not quite long enough to learn a lesson.
You want to learn everything that you possibly can, chew it, digest it, and take it for what it is, and then move on.
We have a hope of succeeding if we learn from our past mistakes and pull together to make the hard choices.
As young cook, especially in France, they're very tough in the kitchen. The idea is to make you humble and learn fast.
It took me all my life to learn how to salt a tomato.
I watch old school film so that I can learn so much that I just sort of miss all the new stuff.
What you learn in school is the opposite of what happens in the real world. In school, you're always worried about minimums. You have to reach 20 pages or you have to have so many slides or whatever. Then you get out in the real world and you think, 'I have to have a minimum of 20 pages and 50 slides.'
I learn by going where I have to go.
Teach my children to love! They'll learn to hate on their own.
David Allan Coe
You learn to write by reading, and my experiences and tastes as a reader are pretty wide.
My passion is about motivating as many families as possible to learn about vegetables and healthy eating together.
I've played in a lot of big matches and you learn from them.
Well every moment, every project is different. I took a very slow approach to acting, trying to really work with people I could learn from. And I got something different out of each experience.
I love being on sets with very seasoned directors as well as very new directors. Every time is a discovery process. You learn something new every time.
I was trying to learn about Lyndon Johnson when he was young and creating his first political machine in the Texas hill country. I moved there for three years. You had to learn that world.
Now, for this book I had to learn the world of the Senate, which is really for all that's written about the Senate, an unknowing world and its mores, and the way things work with subcommittees and all. I loved learning about that.
I learn fast and I take note of what I've been told.
As we advance in life, we learn the limits of our abilities.
James Anthony Froude
Do theater. Because you'll develop a craft that you'll always have. It'll give you a chance to really learn how to act and you won't go into the world with a few measly tricks that will only carry you so far.
The best thing about lying in bed late is that you learn to distinguish between first things and trivia, for whatever presses on you has to prove its importance before it makes you move.
I think a lot of modern day guitarists start off playing like Eddie van Halen, and they don't take the time to learn the basics.
I learn the most from making my own mistakes.
I like characters who don't change, who don't learn from their mistakes.
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