Misdirection. What the eyes see and the ears hear, the mind believes.— John Travolta
The most pioneering John Travolta quotes that will activate your inner potential
I probably have some sort of chocolate five times a week.
There's definitely a change it does to the chemistry of the body. It's my favorite feeling. I live for it.
Princess Diana was a nice dancer because she had confidence.
In fact, when we danced together she started to lead, and I looked her in eye and went, 'No, you have to let me lead.' So I grabbed her around the waist and we were off to the races.
Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jewish men who expect favors in return for sexual activity.
Sports, entertainment and aviation are three of the most exciting professions in the world; you are dealing with the same magnitude.
He lives with his creativity in high gear.
Never say anything unless you have to.
I have to believe there's some other life force out there.
I don't know in what form. But we can't have all these galaxies and universes without something going on.
Every day my mother had tea. My dad has his ritual cigar. They had their evening cocktail. Those rituals were done nicely, with flair and feeling.
I've always thought that as long as I did the right things and had the right intentions, everything would fall into place.
When all else fails, fresh tactics!
Dancing's part of my soul. I enjoy it, it makes people happy, and it makes me happy.
One of the things about the whole Harley motorcycle culture is that it's a little bit renegade.
I believe in love and marriage, but not necessarily with the same person
Money and power come as a byproduct of things well done.
Life is overwhelming. Life is not easy. Life is tough and you need something that really works and helps you actually, not promises to help you, then fail.
I think, for sure, 'Saturday Night Fever' and 'Pulp Fiction' were kind of bookends for - or the pillars of - my career.
You have a freedom in playing the villain.
You can be a lot more out there, really. And there is a joy in that. There is a joy in kind of making a zone of psychoses.
Playing a bad guy is always a freeing experience, because you don't have the same envelope of restrictions as you have playing a good guy. Good guys restrain themselves; they kind of have their moral fiber cut out for them in varying degrees.
For a while, I was saying 'no' way too often.
I turned down 'An Officer and A Gentleman,' 'Splash' and 'Midnight Express.' I could name you tons more. I would go off and experience life instead of working - I was learning to fly jets, went on an African safari, sailed the Caribbean - which wasn't necessarily bad.
I don't think I'm very cool as a person. I'm just better than anyone else at acting cool.
It is about getting a sense of integrity about issues.
That was was my enlightenment over it and knowing that I had a safe place to go to handle anything in life.
The women I liked when I was growing up, as a little boy, were Anita Ekberg, Sophia Loren, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, because they had these curvaceous figures, and they were erotic to me.
I was just thinking of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe and how young they were when they died. I would like to be a pop icon who survives. I would like to be a living icon.
There are unwanted emotions and pain that goes along with any birth.
If you are going into show business for money and power, forget it! It won't happen. You don't go for that first.
At fifty you realize that you are no longer a kid.
I ignored forty. It was like I was almost at middle age. Maybe it's the baby boomer thing. But undeniably, I am a man. I have to accept [mortality].
I like talking about sex. Especially when I'm horny, but even when I'm not.
Let's share our abundance and make our country stronger.
I'm a jet jockey and I've always escaped ever since I was a kid.
I've always been a weekend type runaway person. Work hard, play hard type thing. It's not been a mid-life thing at all, it's been a habit because I think it changes your environment and how you feel even if it's for the day. It's a good thing.
It's hard to make a cultural phenomenon every time.
You know, I've never killed a man before.
I mean I droped bombs on the enemy from the above, but never face to face. [thinking pause] I don't see what the big deal is - I really don't.
I actually do like playing off-beat people. I think it's more fun.
Good writing is good writing, but that doesn't mean you can't orchestrate it or tweak it.
I believe L. Ron Hubbard resolved the human mind, and in resolving it he has also resolved human pain - that's what I really think has happened here.
If you're going to play a woman, you might as well play a woman that you liked, and someone sexy.
It's difficult for me to diet, so I don't.
So, I make up for it in exercise. What I am willing to eat, I have to be willing to work off. It's that simple.
The Beatles meant everything to me growing up, and John was part of that.
I loved Lennon's persona. He knew who he was and he knew what he represented to a worldwide public... I think he incited and inspired a whole group of youth to speak out and say what they felt.
Even if the script's well written there's something about the life of an improvisation that resonates better than a written word, sometimes.
I've never had that concern of thinking of myself as stupid.
I decided when I was a kid that I would only go out of the house if I felt good enough to be bothered. Could I be interrupted at dinner? Am I in the mood? If I am, I go out. If I'm not, I don't! So, it's the art of deciding what the truth of your job is, and what you can and cannot handle. You can design your stresses.
I've ridden a bike since I was 18. It was the first transportation when I came to Hollywood because it was inexpensive and easy for me.
Well, I enjoy my life. You know, I think life is an art, and that one has to live it as an art. That's your choice.
I like to fly at least once a day.
I don't believe in regrets; I believe your future is in your tomorrows.
My road trips have been to Vegas, but you know, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
I grew up, in my childhood, with some of the greatest women performers, on stage and on screen, and even my family - my mother and my sisters. So I was very busy watching women, as a child! I have a lot of memories of great women performers
I had a bike the first time I moved to L.
A. I had a Honda and I got around on that. But I'd never ridden Harleys.
I have 12 paintings of Kaufman art. He is an amazing artist.
And now after all this time I finally figured out how to trap him... I will become him.