There are players that try to imitate others, but at free-kick time it is a personal thing. Every person has their own technique and routine when they stand over the ball and I have mine, I am not trying to copy anyone.— Neymar
Unique Imitating Others quotations
How you make others feel about themselves says a lot about you.
I have good pronunciation no matter what language I speak.
Maybe it’s because my specialties are rapping and imitating others
Healing of the physical without the change in the mental and spiritual aspects brings little real help to the individual in the end. How true, because the mind and the body imprint and imitate each other. What we think, we become. What we become, we think. It's an insidious process that can predispose us to illness or it can lead us to health.
Don't compare your life to others. There's no comparison between the sun and the moon. They shine when it's their time.
If I am walking with two other men, each of them will serve as my teacher.
I will pick out the good points of the one and imitate them, and the bad points of the other and correct them in myself.
The key to success for everything in business, science and technology is never to follow the others.
So it just goes to show you that it was always the Hells Angels first.
They were the originals and all other clubs try and imitate what the Hells Angels have already done.
A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others.
I see other black women imitate my style, which is no style at all, but just letting our hair be itself. They call it the Afro Look.
Men are created different; they lose their social freedom and their individual autonomy in seeking to become like each other.
Budapest is a prime site for dreams: the East’s exuberant vision of the West, the West’s uneasy hallucination of the East. It is a dreamed-up city; a city almost completely faked; a city invented out of other cities, out of Paris by way of Vienna — the imitation, as Claudio Magris has it, of an imitation.
Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.
Socrates became a trendsetter. Other philosophers, including Plato and Aristotle and Gus, quickly followed suit, dropping their last names too. And, for centuries after that there would be countless imitators including oltaire, Michelangelo, and, much later, Cher.
Unlike any other visual image, a photograph is not a rendering, an imitation or an interpretation of its subject, but actually a trace of it. No painting or drawing, however naturalist, belongs to its subject in the way that a photograph does.
One learns about painting by looking at and imitating other painters.
I can't stress enough how important it is, if you are interested at all in painting, to look and to look a great deal at painting. There is no other way to find out about painting.
Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.
When people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other.
It’s not good enough to imitate the models proposed for us that are answers to circumstances other than our own. It isn’t even enough to discover who we are. We have to invent ourselves.
The original writer is not he who refrains from imitating others, but he who can be imitated by none.
It's better to cry than to be angry; because anger hurts others, while tears flow silently through the soul and cleanses the heart.
It is not so much the example of others we imitate as the reflection of ourselves in their eyes and the echo of ourselves in their words.
The whole commerce between master and slave is a perpetual exercise of the most boisterous passions, the most unremitting despotism on the one part, and degrading submissions on the other. Our children see this, and learn to imitate it.
I could sum it up in one thing: A guy has to be what he is.
He's got to coach and have a philosophy based on his own personality. You see too many coaches trying to imitate other coaches, trying to be someone else. It's all right to emulate the qualities of good coaches but I don't think you should imitate. You've got to be yourself.
Stress, anxiety, and depression are caused when we are living to please others.
Do not think of your faults, still less of other's faults;
look for what is good and strong, and try to imitate it. Your faults will drop off, like dead leaves, when their time comes.
I have come from France more firmly convinced than ever that Negros should write Negro music. We have our own racial feeling and if we try to copy whites we will make bad copies…We won France by playing music which was ours and not a pale imitation of others, and if we are to develop in America we must develop along our own lines.
Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different.
Knowing others is intelligence, knowing yourself is true wisdom.
When I was very young, I started trying to sing like the great tenor Mario Lanza; my family used to play his records. We all learn best by imitating others.
God bears with imperfect beings even when they resist His goodness.
We ought to imitate this merciful patience and endurance. It is only imperfection that complains of what is imperfect. The more perfect we are, the more gentle and quiet we become toward the defects of other people.
All I would tell people is to hold onto what was individual about themselves, not to allow their ambition for success to cause them to try to imitate the success of others. You've got to find it on your own terms.
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.
Whenever we show others the goodness of God, whenever we follow our Teacher by imitating His posture of humble and ready service, our actions are sacred and ministerial. To be called into the priesthood, as all of us are, is to be called to a life of presence, of kindness.
Six traits of effective leaders: 1. Make others feel important 2. Promote a vision 3. Follow the golden rule 4. Admit mistakes 5. Criticize others only in private 6. Stay close to the action Example has more followers than reason. We unconsciously imitate what pleases us, and approximate to the characters we most admire.
Don't try to imitate other coaches. Be your own person with your own style and do your own thing.
Follow your heart, listen to your inner voice, stop caring about what others think.
After some time passed in studying - and even imitating - the works of others, I would recommend the student to endeavour to be original, and to remember that originality should not be undiscovered plagiarism.
Photography can never grow up if it imitates some other medium.
It has to walk alone; it has to be itself.
Anyone who draws attention to himself as an individual, is viewed with suspicion. We acquired this tendency, of course, from America, and we must resist it: levelling, and imitation of what others are already doing.
If you are more fortunate than others, it is better to build a longer table than a taller fence.
Desire is both imitative (we like what others like) and competitive (we want to take away from others what they have). As children, we wanted to monopolize the attention of a parent, to draw it away from other siblings. This sense of rivalry... makes people compete for the attention.
Whoever wants to set a good example must add a grain of foolishness to his virtue: then others can imitate and yet at the same time surpass the one they imitate-which human beings love to do.
Don't imitate, don't follow the others, or else you will lag behind them.
My advice to any budding artist is never to be satisfied with imitating others.
This is but a means to an end. A serious artist will work with intensity to discover themselves, their own personal vision. I believe this is a fundamental aspect of the creative path.
No other virtue makes man more equal to the angels, than the imitation of their way of life.