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It's always good to be recognized, you know, for sport. I think being up there with Venus and Serena, I think, that's awesome. I'm excited. I'm happy that I am improving and getting better, and that I can be here.
A good writer gets better only by learning to cut, to remove the ornamental, the descriptive, the narrative, and especially the deeply felt and meaningful. What remains? The story remains.
The more you fly, the more unsettling it is, because you realize how much more likely it will be for you to crash. I am getting better at it, though.
I have emerged from the tunnel of grief into the light. Life is better. Not the same, but good and getting better all the time.
Westlemania is the Superbowl but each PPV is equally important. The big four (WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, SummerSlam and Survivor Series) are always important to me but the themed events have been getting better each year. Each event has its own aura around it so it's very difficult to choose.
I just try to keep getting better every day, and that's all I can do.
Always strive to get better and stay in gratitude because that multiplies everything.
Things are going to get better. Be optimistic.
I'm proud of people who have the determination and the fearlessness to actually go and face their demons and get better.
Spiritually, it's always there. It gets better and better all the time. One of these days I'll just finally release all that out.
We are just trying to do the best possible job we can. We're not perfect. All you can do is trust the positive intention behind it, and we're always going to work to, hopefully, get better and better.
P. K. Subban
I know Malcolm [Subban] and myself, we're a little bit older now, but we don't know everything. To get to where we have so far has been a great accomplishment but we're not even close to being satisfied. To be able to keep on getting better, progressing, and having success, you need help. What better place to get it than from your parents?
The world needs a better understanding of how to encourage innovation. And innovators need to get better at it. Sign me up.
If you really want to get better at golf, go back and take it up at a much earlier age.
When you devote yourself to being an artist, you have to stay on your craft and always try to get better and better.
I wish I could tell you it gets better. It doesn't get better. YOU get better.
After you eat Grandma's cookies, everything in life gets better.
I realized that I wanted to get better in every way. As a person, as a friend, as a songwriter, as a musician, as an artist, record producer, you name it.
In the theater you rehearse for a minimum of five to six weeks. And then you get to play it. Which means you get to get better. That's the great thing about the theater.
I never used to be as good, you get better. I've just gotten better and quicker at figuring out the joke.
Video game engines can handle the kind of complexity and realism you can't put into a movie - yet. But games are getting better and better - I imagine a day where you won't be able to tell a game from a movie, with great A.I. animation and photoreal, interactive environments, etc.
If you're losing the battle against a persistent bad habit, an addiction, or a temptation, and you're stuck in a repeating cycle of good intention-failure-guilt, you will not get better on your own. You need the help of other people. Some temptations are only overcome with the help of a partner who prays for you, encourages you, and holds you accountable.
I want to keep working really hard at getting better at stand-up and touring, and I can't imagine a time when I won't want to do that. But, who knows?
There is precious little hope to be got out of whatever keeps us industrious, but there is a chance for us whenever we cease work and become stargazers.
Why must it be in human nature to hear one thing but to believe in another?" "Because we want things to get better," I said. "Otherwise we would all give up.
You just work at it. You just keep grinding away, keep trying to get better, and if you got the ability, one day you have a chance.
I don't feel negative emotions. I feel calm, composed and ready. And as it goes on I get better at it. By the time the fight is on, I don't feel any emotions at all.
When I'm going against guys like Kevin Durant - one of the best leading scorers in the league - it pushes you to want to get better, seeing how hard he works.
The best thing you can learn from the worst times of your life is that it always gets better. It may take a month, a year, a decade, but it will get better if you leave yourself open to it.
I was in the beginning of junior high. When I was first offered the record deal, a lot of people were concerned, saying to me, "Stacie, you are so young, and you have a great talent but you don't have to do this right now." If you can do it now, you're only going to get better, you're only going to learn more, and you can do it at any point in your life.
My ambition is always to get better and better.
People that were a little nerdy in high school would look up to me and know it gets better.
I don't see democracy getting better. I see democracy diminishing. More rules, more legislation. Eventually governments will see everything.
Awards can give you a tremendous amount of encouragement to keep getting better, no matter how young or old you are.
Things are not getting better. They are getting worse. We need to elect Mitt Romney to turn things around.
You can equate acting to a tennis game: When you're playing one of the best, you get better.
I am the god of being messy - I'm trying to get better. I was terrible in my 20s. My kids are much tidier than I am, I don't know where they get it from, maybe their mother.
The technology is getting better. There will be a day when you'll be able to hear any music you want, anywhere you are, on demand, in a quality that is as good as when it was made. Things are moving in that direction.
At the end of the day, saving money is really about efficiency. You simplify your life, and its overall quality inevitably gets better.
I need advice and opinion-honest opinion. I want to get better. Why go around with blinkers on?
I try to stay positive by focusing on how much I'll appreciate my health if I get better.
Guess what, Avery?" "What?" I wondered if he could see how fast my heart was beating beneath my shirt. "Remember how you just said you were having a good time?" Cam lowered his head so that our mouths were scant inches apart. "It's about to get better." "Is it?" He shifted his head and his nose grazed mine. "Oh, yeah." "Are you not going to kiss me again?" His lips tipped up. "That's exactly what I'm going to do.
There are very specific demands, though, in television, and you notice the budget constrictions. It's the time constraint and a purse constraint more than anything else that you notice. But the ambition of the writing and, hopefully, the delivery of it gets better and better because we want to outdo ourselves to keep ahead of a very expectant and hungry public.
You know people don't get better as we get older- we just get more of who we are.
If you'll spend time praying for people instead of talking about them, you'll get better results.
It's human nature to work on ourselves, to get better in mind, body, and spirit, so there's nothing wrong with trying to live life to your fullest potential.
Louis C. K.
The only road to good shows is bad ones. Just go start having a bad time, and if you don't give up, you will get better.
Also, whenever you have direct speech, and I don't quite know why, but it always gets better in English. Dialogue, the flow of dialogue, English just has a better way with it.
And I sort of frowned about that, thinking. 'You felt ill this afternoon,' he said, 'because you're getting better. When we're healthy we respond to the presence of the hateful with fear and nausea. You're becoming healthy, that's all.
I want to keep improving, continue to help my teammates improve, make my teammates look good. Continue bringing something new to the game, never getting completely content and always trying to get better.