Do your thing. Do it unapologetically. Don't be discouraged by criticism. You probably already know what they're going to say. Pay no mind to the fear of failure. It's far more valuable than success. Take ownership, take chances, and have fun. And no matter what, don't ever stop doing your thing.— Asher Roth
The most grateful Asher Roth quotes that are simple and will have a huge impact on you
Happiness isn't about getting what you want all the time; it's about loving what you have.
You see a lot of people get into 40, 50 years old and have these mid-life crises' or whatever their called because they realize they haven't been doing anything their whole life that makes them happy.
I been blessed with an opportunity, I'm extremely appreciative of it, but if I'm not enjoying it then I messed up, real bad.
I don't really step out the house trying to make a fashion statement.
I step out the house making sure I'm comfortable.
It seems so odd to me, an odyssey How honesty is honestly the rarest thing upon us Its astonishing.
We tend to harp on little things, or worry about something, when, really, it's just not that important. If you have a roof over your head, and you're healthy, and your family is healthy, that's all that matters. Don't let the little things get you down.
Forget college, forget everything else, just educate yourself, your world around you, everything around you.
Be honest, be brutally honest, and if you want something go out there and get it.
I'm a positive person. I just want to chill, have fun and be productive. And just hope that through Hip-Hop and different vessels and vehicles we can change people's attitudes.
You should be able to drink a clean cup of water and you should be able to write your own name. That's the kind of stuff that holds dear to me, not I'm the best rapper. That doesn't matter to me. At that point it's all ego to me and I don't want to be driven by that and I try my best not to.
We are near 2010….2010!! Yet race, sex and religion still play a major role in a hate driven society. For the love of the future and humanity….let’s wake up.
People love to make excuses, forget all the excuses, if it doesn't work out, failure is the best thing that can happen to somebody, people are extremely scared of failure.
As a person you want to be respected. Respect is always important to me.
I don't have to prove anything to anybody.
Humans are such creatures of habit that once they get us in all this debt that we accumulate from going college that we have to work it off for the rest of our lives.
Ask why? And you can get somewhere.
I unfortunately don't have a stage name, I don't have a celebrity that I can hide behind, so every time I show my ID at an airport person or get carded at a bar, it's always interesting.
Just know what you're talking about and if you don't, look it up. Education.
Holding onto negativity makes you sick, I strongly believe that. So I release negativity by writing.
Even the mood of a lot of people, my dad gets on me a lot because he's like people love answers but I'm more for questions, ask the right questions.
Education and water should be a human right.
I don't know how many times we have to be reminded that life is extremely short.
Being naked in water - there's nothing better. It's primal and freeing.
More recently I've come to terms with what I'm doing and why I'm doing it.
That's why you start to see me recoiling from 'let's put out radio records, let's get rich and get on out of here.' I have gone towards more speaking to kids and putting out records that I like.
But when it comes time to decide your fate, they'll sign you on the line right next to Satan. Cause' they don't care about us. They just use us up.
There are a million and one fear tactics, just kick it out and at least be able to say that you tried.
As far as I'm concerned, the reformation of marijuana laws is something that I take seriously. I think it's something that can stimulate the economy.
That party last night was awfully crazy I wish we taped it I danced my ass off and had this one girl completely.
Everybody has their opinion and they are going to critique you.
I think that's the most important thing-two things really, have fun and be yourself.
Unfurl your brow. So many people walk around stressed, or upset, or confused, and they make that face, where they scrunch their brow. Just recognizing that your face is clenched and unfurling your brow will instantly make you feel more relaxed.
I'm still very careless about my public persona.
Not careless so to speak but I'm not one for fame. I think fame is the worst part about it.
If you don't have to lie, you don't have to remember anything.
You can just go. That's really where I'm at. It's just making it up as I go along.
My goal is more youth oriented. I'm super big on education, I was in school to be an elementary education teacher so I'm starting to build schools, getting supplies in schools in Nicaragua.
I just want people to understand have fun, enjoy your time, enjoy your time on this Earth.
I'm a pretty happy dude, and don't let much get to me.
If something does, I don't like to hold onto it.
When I was younger I didn't want to listen to anybody, but now more than ever where I am in my life I understand how important it is to listen, observe, absorb, and let that all come out through your music.
That party last night was awfully crazy I wish we taped it I danced my ass off and had this one girl completely naked Drink my beer and smoke my weed But my good friends is all I need Pass out at three wake up at ten Go out to eat then do it again Man I love college.
You can't expect anything to be handed to you. And I learned that.
I'm now becoming a bit more cognizant of what's going on and the responsibility of being a public figure and also being white and being in Hip-Hop.
I'd pick fortune over fame any day.
My occupation doesn't really allow for routines, but I'm pretty consistent about tea in the morning.
I really care about where things are going.
I care about what people are feeling and I like to ask the question why.