I don't take acting classes -- I'm quite an autodidact. I prefer to learn from other actors by watching various movies. Evaluate my acting, spot the flaws and fix them.
I don't take advances for my books.
I don't take any day for granted anymore.
I don't take any money from my ministry. I'm not on salary. My husband supports me.
I don't take any of the medications I took when I was younger: antibiotics, antacids, aspirin, asthma inhalers, ulcer medication, allergy shots.
I don't take any photographs. I travel a lot by myself, and I feel weird taking photos on my own.
I don't take any project lightly. Every project is important for me. In fact, every scene in every film is important.
I don't take any shorts. I don't say, 'Okay, it's good enough.' I try to get exactly what I'm hearing in my head to the tape, and I won't let it move until then.
I don't take anything at face value. I always look for the reasons people are the way they are.
I don't take anything for granted.
I don't take anything for granted. I've been given extraordinary opportunities, I've also fought for extraordinary opportunities. So I don't believe you're ever just there in this golden moment. You probably always have to remind people that you're there, that you have something to offer, maybe something beyond what they could imagine for you.
I don't take anything for granted. In the beginning, my parents put a lot of money on the table so I could live my dream, without putting any pressure on us. We made our own way. But I've seen so many players come and go that I never, not for one minute, thought I could rack up millions on the tour.
I don't take anything for granted. There are 500 other girls right behind me. And I know that, because I was one of them.
I don't take anything for granted; awards and all that go with it are very nice, and it's nice to get a positive response, but for me, it's about the music. I don't make music to win awards. I make music for the people.
I don't take anything from the podcast and bring it to my act, because I feel like that's been burned, unless I feel like I can really develop it beyond two or three jumps beyond what I said on the podcast.
I don't take breaks, I just break records.
I don't take breaks, man, I'm always doing something.
I don't take breaks, man. In the past, I used to spend my free time getting in trouble, and now I spend it working on my music. If I'm not playing drums with my cover band, Chevy Metal, I'm working on songs for myself.
I don't take care of my voice at all, which is one reason that I sound as bad as I do.