I Can Do It Quotes by Joe Johnston, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Jim Lehrer, Candace Cameron, Michael Jackson, John Leguizamo and many others.
I’m not going to take a show unless I’m not sure I can do it. You have to have that sort of adrenaline.
Sam gave Captain Suicide a droll stare. “How did you die again? Oh wait, I know this. ‘I can take ’em. I don’t need to wait for reinforcements. I can do it myself.’ How’d that work out for you again?
If we don’t have an informed electorate we don’t have a democracy. So I don’t care how people get the information, as long as they get it. I’m just doing it my particular way and I feel lucky I can do it the way I want to do it.
The cool thing about my profession is that I can do it until the day I die.
I’m never satisfied with what I do. I always think I can do it a lot better.
When you feel the world is against you or you give up hope, you look at your heroes and say, “They were able to do it. They had hard times and a lot of opposition, but they got through it.” Then you feel, “I can do it too.”
And mark this. Let either of you breathe a word, or the edge of a word, about the other things, and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you. And you know that I can do it.
I hate to break this to you: One of these days I’m going to die. I expect that when I croak I’ll no longer be using Twitter, unless I can do it from the grave.
As an actor you always want to be challenged and you always want to have someone tell you you can’t do something, because I always want to be like “I can do it and I’ll show you I can, and I’ll do it better than anyone can”.
I really wasn’t even sure if I should continue acting. I would like try and figure out if I could be good enough to do it. It was like 10 or 12 years into my career before I felt like maybe I can do it. It was such a different time than now.
The deep root of failure in our lives is to think, ‘Oh how useless and powerless I am.’ It is essential to think strongly and forcefully, ‘I can do it,’ without boasting or fretting.
I’m not always the favourite to win, but I still enjoy it. The main thing is that I’ve planned for it and even if the result isn’t great, I know I’ve done the best I can do. It’s being true to, and believing in, yourself.
If I can do it, little old me, you can do it. Trust and believe.
I just thought you’d like to know I can read. You got anything needs readin’ I can do it.
You can turn the negative around and use it as a motivating force in your lie. One of my biggest desires has always been to prove certain people wrong – to prove to them I can do it despite what they think or say.
I didn’t go to guitar school and I don’t know how to play chords, but I can do it in my own way and I think sometimes that will piss off some guitar players who sit around playing their stuff all day long and then there are people who like that.
I think what people see in me is one slice of who I am. It does permeate my life in the sense that I don’t like to be told what to do, or how to be, or how I can do it. But I’m probably a lot tamer than people would expect.