25 de femei celebre dezvaluie cele mai bune sfaturi pe care le-au primit sau pe care le-au oferit
25 dintre femeile celebre din showbiz au dezvaluit celor de la The Cut care sunt cele mai bune sfaturi pe care le-au primit sau pe care le-au oferit de-a lungul vremii.
Pe noi ne-au cucerit, asa ca am hotarat sa le impartasim cu voi. Care este preferatul vostru?
Don't drink all the drinks just because they're free!
Comparison is the thief of joy
My mom always said - You should judge your relationship not by how a guy makes you feel when you’re with him, but by how he makes you feel when you’re not with him.
Somebody’s negativity dumped on you is a bigger commentary on how they feel about themselves than you. Jessica Seinfeld taught me that.
You can always forgive yourself or apologize for things you do, but you can’t ever work through things you wish you’d done and you didn’t.
My mom told me not to shit where you eat, which a lot of people say, but when your mom says that to you as you’re packing up your car to go away to college, it really sticks.
My aunt used to say, 'Rosie, I’m so depressed, but tomorrow’s another fuckin’ day, eh?'
My headmistress told me not to be afraid of being afraid.
Speak! It's a revolution for women to have voices.
Don’t worry about working out until it’s more about preventing death and less about what you look like.
Maya Angelou said, 'When people show you who they are, believe them the first time.'
It’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon. I’ve got to tell you, that’s serviced me so many times. It’s big-picture thinking.
Make eye contact, stop to really look someone in the eye. My grandmother taught me that.
Make envy your enemy.
Don’t play a supporting role in your own life.
Don't date anyone you wouldn't want to be, from the writer Kate Bornstein.
Oprah told me that everything that happens to you is not happening to you, it's happening for you.
Trust your instincts — but the caveat is you don’t usually know what those are until you’re much older.
When I was starting off, my mentor Paul Mooney said, 'Bernhard, shed your skin.' In other words, get closer to who you really are as a performer. But I think it’s good advice for people in life.
My mom used to tell me, 'Other people are not thinking about you as much as you are.
I think for trans folks, the struggle is, even as we want to transition and be better versions of ourselves, we have to love who we are today.
You have to maneuver in this world. You have to look at another person and go, 'What is it they need?' You can use that to ultimately get what you want.
Take advantage of every opportunity that comes your way, with grace and humility. Be a sponge — and absorb and learn.
Fail better. Try again, fail again, fail better.
Just chill 'til you die, pretty much.