I'm just going to keep doing what I'm doing. Keep proving people wrong and proving myself right.— Conor McGregor
Risky Prove Myself quotations
All a girl really wants is for one guy to prove to her that they are not all the same.
I am not in competition with anyone but myself. My goal is to improve myself continuously.
I remember promising myself that should I live I would prove myself deserving of life.
Be a good person, but don't waste time to prove it.
I don't feel the need to prove myself to others, but to prove myself to myself
In terms of changes, the spiritual mentors teach me that I must not forget those relating primarily to improve myself.
Seriously. I'm not playing to prove anything to journalists. I'm playing for myself, for my fans,to make people happy.
There will be haters, there will be doubters, there will be non-believers, and then there will be You, proving them wrong.
Everyday that goes by I try to improve myself and searching for something that may even be impossible; perfection.
The more conscious of God's presence the more I feel like being myself, the less conscious of His presence, the more I feel I need to prove myself.
I had to prove myself to a lot of different people.
Believe in yourself. If someone tells you that you can't do it, prove them wrong.
I've always had to prove myself to people growing up.
I had to show them that I could do this and I could do that and paying no mind to what the critics said.
Woe to me if I should prove myself but a halfhearted soldier in the service of my thorn-crowned Captain.
I have no desire to prove anything by my work.
I have never used it as an outlet or as a means of expressing myself. I just dance.
I think I need to keep being creative not to prove anything but because it makes me happy just to do it... I think trying to be creative, keeping busy, has a lot to do with keeping you alive.
By the time I came out, that kind of stopped it.
The bullying stopped when I claimed myself and proved that I wasn't afraid. A lot of it was when I was hiding when I was younger.
I'm constantly trying to make myself better, to learn more.
I didn't finish college, so I feel like I'm always having to prove myself. I don't want to feel like the smallest person in the room.
I have to prove myself in a lot of ways - as an actor, as a person, as someone who can handle pressure.
What is now proved was once only imagined.
It's my whole life of being the little guy and having a little chip on my shoulder, from year to year trying to prove myself, and at the end of the day to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame is a very special honor for me.
I am still here because I like to prove myself.
I still like to ride the bike on track and enjoy the races. I still have good reasons to be in racing after so many years.
I'm not in the best shape, but I want to prove to myself I can do something that seems insurmountable and inspire others by showing them no matter where they are in their fitness goals, they can do it, too.
The only way to prove you are a good sport is to lose.
Last night at WrestleMania, in front of 68,000 people, I defeated Chris Jericho and became the Undisputed World Wrestling Federation Champion. And all of the doubts went away, because I proved to myself, I proved to the world, I proved to Chris Jericho that I AM The Game, and apparently I am THAT...DAMN...GOOD!
I'm not trying to prove anybody wrong, I'm just trying to prove something to myself.
If you don't feel you have something to prove every day, you'll never improve
Prove yourself to yourself, not to others
I loved fighting... It gave me the opportunity to prove myself, to stand up and say, 'I'm the best. I matter. I am.'
I don't think of myself as being a woman and having anything to prove.
When I finish with one thing very well, I start some other thing.
I don't like to stop. I like to continually prove myself.
Sometimes you have to stand alone just to prove you can still stand.
I really enjoy myself in Norway. Because I had started losing confidence in my ability of what I do. But sometimes, man, you just get tired of fighting and trying to prove yourself.
I always feel like I have to prove myself as an actor, otherwise you get lazy if you're not slightly terrified that you're going to fail all the time.
Self-criticism is not "love," and it is certainly not indifferent.
It's a form of hatred. And when I name that, when I see it for what it is (raw and uncomfortable and saddening), when I refuse to sugar-coat self criticism, judgment, agitation, and constantly trying to improve myself, then I'm one quantum leap closer to freedom.
Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work.
I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it.
It is a dogma of the Roman Church that the existence of God can be proved by natural reason. Now this dogma would make it impossible for me to be a Roman Catholic. If I thought of God as another being like myself, outside myself, only infinitely more powerful, then I would regard it as my duty to defy him.
I was so adamant about proving myself for so long and I've gotten to the point where I don't have to do that as much.
I realize that as the quarterback, you have to assume some sort of leadership role because you have to talk in the huddle on every play, and you're essentially giving out orders to the team. But in my mind, I have to prove myself on the field before I can start asserting a leadership role.
On the flip side, no one has any idea who the hell I am.
I felt like I had to prove myself to them. On any new project I'm working on, the first week is nerve-wracking, but especially with these people that I admire so much and who I just want to be equal with.
When I was producing on my own, I was doing it in order to - in a very patriarchal entertainment industry, let alone planet - very much hell-bent on trying to prove to myself, if nothing else, that I could do it as a woman.
The skating community is very fickle.
And with me, they're especially fickle for whatever reason. Maybe I bring it on myself, but if you don't prove yourself and you don't skate consistently, then they can very easily write you off and bring somebody from behind you and put them in your place.
I'm not a political progressive, but I consider myself a progressive person.
What makes me a progressive, in my opinion, is the fact that I try to improve myself and by large improve the world that I'm in - in the smallest way possible.