Putting Yourself Out There Quotes by Robert Pattinson, Shemar Moore, Dick Costolo, Karin Fossum, Kit Williamson, Cara Lockwood and many others.
When something or someone is hyped and you’re put on the forefront of a lot of things, people want to tear you down. That’s kind of scary, especially when you’re not really putting yourself out there.
I say I’m not shy, butвЂ¦ Acting is a very vulnerable experience, and you’ve got to be really confident to put yourself out there to be judged.
Believe that if you make courageous choices and bet on yourself and put yourself out there, that you will have an impact, as a result of what you do. And you don’t need to know now what that would be or how will it happen because no one ever does.
If you want to be seen, you have to put yourself out there – it’s that simple.
Unless you have a huge ego, I think it requires a tremendous amount of bravery to keep putting yourself out there, knowing that you will get rejected most of the time.
It’s better to put yourself out there and get hurt than to never take the chance at all.
I think what I would say to my younger self, and probably to younger, just starting-out writers is that a lot of times you’re just afraid to put yourself out there, and it’s uncomfortable because it’s working up the courage to do something, to push yourself to do those things.
You don’t want to continue to do one thing and only one thing. You want to keep challenging yourself and if you do well at it, great, if you fall on your face, you tried. Like, she’s really terrible at comedy! Who knew? But if you didn’t try and put yourself out there you’d never know.
I think you kind of have to put yourself out there.
It is not the critic who counts…The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena.
When we finally give up the struggle to find fulfillment “out there,” we have nowhere to go but within. It is at this moment of total surrender that a new light begins to dawn.
For me there is a reluctance to be in front of cameras. I love making music but with that comes a lot of responsibility and you have to put yourself out there more.
Both criticism and praise is part of putting yourself out there.
You put yourself out there in the truest way you can and hope others do the same. You’ll connect or you won’t, but you did what you could.
It’s always nervewracking to put yourself out there. But it’s the root of joy.
As an actor, you’re putting yourself out there when you perform. You’re bound to experience feelings of vulnerability because of this.
For me, like when you’ve put yourself out there emotionally, physically, and you’ve really put yourself on the line, for me, that means I’ve really done something.