Once it gets to a point where it becomes a matter of life and death to occupy a position of leadership or not, with an eye on future opportunities, therein lies the danger.— Kgalema Motlanthe
Relaxing Careers Choices quotations
The worst thing you can do is nothing.
Find out what you like doing best, and get someone to pay you for it.
Don't confuse having a career with having a life.
My advice for achieving success is to make a career choice that reflects your passion. Then work your craft a little bit each day - even if someone's not paying you to do it. Try to balance your social life with your educational (or professional) life, and have patience.
The decisions you make about your work life are especially important, since most people spend more of their waking lives working than doing anything else. Your choices will affect, not only yourself and those closest to you, but in some way the whole world.
The government's War on Poverty has transformed poverty from a short-term misfortune into a career choice.
You need to ask yourself, ‘Where do you want to work: startups, mid-size or large companies?’ If you find yourself debating the ‘startup versus large company’ choice you’ve already chosen the big company. Entrepreneurship isn’t a career choice it’s a passion and obsession.
All I can tell you is that you cannot make choices in your own career, either career choices or choices when you're actually working as an actor, based on trying to downplay or live up to a comparison with somebody else. You just can't do that. You have to do your own work based on your own gut, your own instincts, and your own life.
Faith is a choice like any other. If you're picking a career or a husband - or deciding whether to have a baby - there are feelings and reasons pro and con out the wazoo. But thinking it through is - at the final hour - horse dookey. You can only try out.
The difference between a job and a career is the difference between forty and sixty hours a week.
I didn't have any doubts about my choice of career, but I had constant doubts about my ability, yes.
I think I'm a very pretty girl. I'm never going to pretend to think otherwise. There are even days I feel I'm fabulously hot and sexy. I'm grateful for my looks. My family is doing well because of them. I can make career choices and turn down movies because of them and I have been making money from them for 17 years. My looks are who I am.
Well, my career choice made a difference because I never would have met my wife, Jenny. I met her through comedian Buddy Hackett. He set us up on a blind date and then we got married.
I try to be eclectic in my choice of films.
If I've done anything that's intentional in my career, it's to try to do as many different types of characters and as many different types of genres of movies that I can.
In business, your positive thoughts and lifestyle choices lead to your personal success and your career success.
If you have a choice of selling shoes to ladies or giving birth to a flaming porcupine... look into that second, less painful career.
I would be devastated if my son could not have music as part of his curriculum in school. It should not be a choice between culture and technical training - well-rounded students and graduates will make appropriate choices for their careers, but they must also be trained to make appropriate social choices.
The argument goes that the pay gap only exists because of women's 'choices' of work type, hours, and child related career breaks, effectively making it a myth. But research shows that while those are factors, they don't account for the whole gap, suggesting that discrimination certainly plays a role as well.
Many kids turn to selling drugs. It's not a good career choice, but they see it as a way to get money.
Whether it's choosing a career or deciding what charity to get involved with, the choice should come from your heart. Ultimately you are the one who has to get up every morning and enjoy what you are doing, so make sure it matters to you.
I've had too lengthy a career and coached too many players to make a choice.
Mr. Franz, I think careers are a 20th Century invention and I don't want one. You don’t need to worry about me; I have a college education. I’m not destitute. I'm living like this by choice.
It is capitalist America that produced the modern independent woman.
Never in history have women had more freedom of choice in regard to dress, behavior, career, and sexual orientation.
Everybody gets typecast in movies, but you have to make wise choices.
I'd say around 90 percent of movie casting is about the way you look, so you have to fight that. If producers had their way, I'd only be in action films, but I'm interested in a more varied career than that.
I don't think I made a conscious decision as a career choice.
From my school days I had decided, persuaded by my parents, to prepare myself for the law. Then the Japanese occupation came and we went through three and a half years of what I would call the university of life, it was hard, it was harsh.
Meanwhile, our young men and women whose economic circumstances make military service a viable career choice are dying bravely in a war with no end in sight.
It was not really a career choice that I had to make.
It was something I knew right from the beginning. I had to be an actress... period.
So each time you do a shift in your life, right, or you do a change in your life, then sometimes it feels like it's not gonna happen. And your career is not gonna do well. And the next thing you know is that these choices that you make actually catapult you to the next level.
If you're going to be an artist, you have to create music that moves you, and to not try to fit in so much with what's happening around you. It's a career choice.
Advertising. I'd definitely like to try that. In fact, it was a genuine second choice career-wise. I'd be good at selling stuff - I've got the gift of the gab.
I couldn't concentrate on music. So I made the choice to give up my career as a musician in the frontline to deal with the business.
I saw Lotus F1 racing as the best choice for me to progress my career, after considering several other options that were available to me.
Life is about making tough choices. Sometimes you have to go where your career is going.
I think now is our time. My mother was told by everyone that she had two choices: She could be a nurse or a teacher. The external barriers now are just so much lower. If we start acknowledging what the real issues are, we can solve them. It's not that hard.