I've never been afraid of big moments. I get butterflies.. I get nervous and anxious, but I think those are all good signs that I'm ready for the moment.— Stephen Curry
Almighty I Get Butterflies quotations
Getting knocked down in life is a given. Getting up and moving forward is a choice.
I never think about any of my accomplishments and I always get butterflies in my stomach and I never get too comfortable with the status.
Nerves and butterflies are fine - they're a physical sign that you're mentally ready and eager. You have to get the butterflies to fly in formation, that's the trick.
Make today so awesome, yesterday gets jealous.
Your tattoos are supposed to be some connection to your personality.
That's a lot more important than going in and just picking one off a wall. I've never understood why people get butterflies tattooed on their bottoms or whatever. That's really weird.
I like to feel the butterflies in the stomach, I like to go home and have a restless night and wonder how I'm going to be able to accomplish this feat, get jittery. That hunger and those butterflies in the stomach are very essential for all creative people.
I still get butterflies when I'm doing a runway show.
The music starts, you're wearing these gorgeous clothes and your nervous about your high heels, if your shoes are going to break, if your going to slip or do something wrong.
Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.
When I try to describe how I feel when you hold me, I get butterflies, I hear lullabies, it's hard to explain -- like the scent of a rose or the sound of the rain. It's too precious and too wonderful to give it a name.
I get terrible butterflies. Before I go onstage, I'll have to freak out for five minutes. I scream. It seems to help!
I get a lot of butterflies at auditions because I get so scared.
It's scary because you've never met the people before. You have to meet them, and you have to hurry up and get to know them in five seconds. And then, you have to spill your emotions out to these strangers. It's funny.
Ask yourself if what you're doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.
I saw this huge billboard that said: 'Abortion Hurts' and then it had a drawing of a butterfly. Who is that for? Is there a lady who's going to see that and be like, 'Oh, I was going to get an abortion but now that I realize it hurts I guess I'll just give birth to a child! 'Cause I know that's painless and raising it should be a snap!'
Once I read a story about a butterfly in the subway, and today, I saw one.
It got on at 42nd, and off at 59th, where, I assume it was going to Bloomingdales to buy a hat that will turn out to be a mistake - as almost all hats are.
I have discovered that I cannot enhance anybody's performance without getting them not only to live with the butterflies that come with high-pressure jobs but to embrace that kind of physical response, enjoy it, get into it. That's the first real ticket to being a performer who thinks exceptionally.
Analyze your mistakes. You've already paid the tuition, you might as well get the lesson.
I still get butterflies when England are playing.
You always get nervous on stage because when you get up there, you want to do great. The crowd has you pumped up so there are always a little bit of butterflies. That's all part of it. But as far as getting stage fright, clamming up there, not generally, I just enjoy it on stage and have a great time.
I feel most sexy when I'm in love. My stomach flips. I get butterflies.
You must tell yourself "No matter how hard it is, or how hard it gets, I'm going to make it".
Occasionally I do movies with other directors.
I did 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly' for Julian Schnabel. I did a movie with Jim Brooks ('How Do You Know'). I did a movie with Judd Apatow ('Funny People'). So I do get a chance to work with other people, which is always enjoyable, always pleasant. But still, Steven [Spielberg] makes the types of movies that I'm interested in as well.
I just think about what I am doing on my side of the net, which requires focus.
Even after all the years I've been playing, I still get butterflies before each match.
I get butterflies just like everyone else.
So I meditate for at least ten minutes before I perform. I breathe in and out slowly for ten minutes, and that literally helps me slow my heart rate and relax.
Some people feel the rain. Other just get wet.
I get butterflies in my stomach before I perform.
I love them! They let me know I'm ready to perform, that I'm ready to rock out on stage.
I've always felt kind of safe on stage, protected.
I've talked to other performers about this and they feel the same things, particularly in the live arena. I never get nervous going on stage to do a play. Doing film or television I'll have more butterflies.
I still get butterflies on the first tee.
I still get sweaty hands, and my heart pumps a lot going down the 18th. But I know what winning is all about now, and that's a feeling that I like.
The smarter you get, the less you speak.
I still get butterflies. It's because there's a certain level of responsibility you carry when doing a concert. You've got to sound at least as good as the record.
I'm a social butterfly. Once I get somewhere, I can make myself at ease and start the team bonding and build a relationship with my team, all my teammates, all the coaches, all the coaching staff.
The butterflies I get are not if somebody boos me in the crowd, or somebody talks trash about me during the week, or somebody on ESPN rips me. It's the pressure that I'm putting on myself.
Self-control is strength. Calmness is mastery. You have to get to a point where your mood doesn't shift based on the insignificant actions of someone else. Don't allow others to control the direction of your life. Don't allow your emotions to overpower your intelligence.
I mean, I can tell within the first two minutes if I'm into someone or not.
I can always tell if I get butterflies.
The music of this opera (Madame Butterfly) was dictated to me by God.
I was merely instrumental in getting it on paper and communicating it to the public.