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Always Do Better Sayings By Beth Ditto: A weird thing about Gossip that I've always said: 'If I weren't in this band, A weird thing about Gossip that I've always said: 'If I weren't in this band, I would never listen to it.' But I would go see it. It's a band you would go see that you don't necessarily listen to. We've always wanted to do a live album because personally, I think we're a way better band live than on record. — Beth Ditto
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Always Do Better Sayings By Raekwon: The better you get, the more your legacy shines. I always just try to go The better you get, the more your legacy shines. I always just try to go hard. If you don't want do it for real, don't do it at all. — Raekwon
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Always Do Better Sayings By Jonathan Franzen: Can a better kind of fiction save the world? There's always some tiny hope (strange Can a better kind of fiction save the world? There's always some tiny hope (strange things do happen), but the answer is almost certainly no, it can't. There is some reasonable chance, however, that it could save your soul. If you're unhappy about the hatred that's been unleashed in your heart, you might try imagining what it's like to be the person who hates you; you might consider the possibility that you are, in fact, the Evil One yourself. — Jonathan Franzen
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Always Do Better Sayings By Grace Paley: I wanted a sailboat, he said. But you didn't want anything. Don't be bitter, I I wanted a sailboat, he said. But you didn't want anything. Don't be bitter, I said. It's never too late. No, he said with a great deal of bitterness. I may get a sailboat. As a matter of fact I have money down on an eighteen-foot two-rigger. I'm doing well this year and can look forward to better. But as for you, it's too late. You'll always want nothing. He had had a habit throughout the twenty-seven years of making a narrow remark which, like a plumber's snake, could work its way through the ear down the throat, halfway to my heart. He would then disappear, leaving me choking with equipment. What I mean is, I sat down on the library steps and he went away. I looked through The House of Mirth, but lost interest. I felt extremely accused. Now, it's true, I'm short of requests and absolute requirements. But I do want something. I want, for instance, to be a different person. — Grace Paley
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Always Do Better Sayings By Laurence Olivier: Surely we have always acted; it is an instinct inherent in all of us. Some Surely we have always acted; it is an instinct inherent in all of us. Some of us are better at it than others, but we all do it. — Laurence Olivier
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Always Do Better Sayings By Rafael Soriano: All the time, I think positive things about baseball. That's always how you do it. All the time, I think positive things about baseball. That's always how you do it. I'm a baseball player-that's all I want to do, all the time, be better and better. — Rafael Soriano
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Always Do Better Sayings By Suzanne Collins: When Peeta holds out his arms, I walk straight into them. It's the first time When Peeta holds out his arms, I walk straight into them. It's the first time since they announced the Quarter Quell that he's offered me any sort of affection. He's been more like a very demanding trainer, always pushing, always insisting Haymitch and I run faster, eat more, know our enemy better. Lovers? Forget about that. He abandoned any pretense of even being my friend. I wrap my arms tightly around his neck before he can order me to do push-ups or something. Instead he pulls me in close and buries his face in my hair. Warmth radiates from the spot where his lips just touch my neck, slowly spreading through the rest of me. It feels so good, so impossibly good, that I know I will not be the first to let go.
And why should I? — Suzanne Collins
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Always Do Better Sayings By James M. Kouzes: Here's the rub. Leadership can be learned; however, not everyone wants to learn it, and Here's the rub. Leadership can be learned; however, not everyone wants to learn it, and not all those who learn about leadership master it. Why? Because becoming the very best requires a strong belief that you can learn and grow, an intense aspiration to excel, the determination to challenge yourself constantly, the recognition that you must engage the support of others, and the devotion to practice deliberately. Moreover, the best leaders realize that no matter how good they might be, they always can be even better, and are open to learning how to do so.4 — James M. Kouzes
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Always Do Better Sayings By Jane Seville: If it were up to him, he'd keep Jack locked in a cage forever, where If it were up to him, he'd keep Jack locked in a cage forever, where no one could get to him and he'd always be safe. But much as he might want to, much as he'd sleep better knowing that Jack was safe, he couldn't do that. "Safe" could quickly come to mean "trapped". And trapped things tended to want to escape. — Jane Seville
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Always Do Better Sayings By Caitlin Moran: Politics will always mean more to the poor. Always. That's why we strike and march, Politics will always mean more to the poor. Always. That's why we strike and march, and despair when our young say they won't vote. That's why the poor are seen as more vital, and animalistic. No classical music for us - no walking around National Trust properties or buying reclaimed flooring. We don't have nostalgia. We don't do yesterday. We can't bear it. We don't want to be reminded of our past, because it was awful: dying in mines and slums without literacy or the vote. Without dignity. It was all so desperate then. That's why the present and the future is for the poor - that's the place in time for us: surviving now, hoping for better later. We live now - for our own instant hot, fast treats, to pep us up: sugar, a cigarette, a new fast song on the radio. — Caitlin Moran
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Always Do Better Sayings By Plutarch: And the most glorious exploits do not always furnish us with the clearest discoveries of And the most glorious exploits do not always furnish us with the clearest discoveries of virtue or vice in men; sometimes a matter of less moment, an expression or a jest, informs us better of their characters and inclinations, than the most famous sieges, the greatest armaments, or the bloodiest battles whatsoever. Therefore as portrait-painters are more exact in the lines and features of the face, in which the character is seen, than in the other parts of the body, so I must be allowed to give my more particular attention to the marks and indications of the souls of men, and while I endeavor by these to portray their lives, may be free to leave more weighty matters and great battles to be treated of by others. — Plutarch
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Always Do Better Sayings By Daniel Handler: I'm always interested to see what films are made of books. I kind of don't I'm always interested to see what films are made of books. I kind of don't participate as a filmgoer in any kind of debate about what's better, the book or the movie. So I think it's interesting when people want to do it. — Daniel Handler
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Always Do Better Sayings By Nathan Kress: I definitely feel like kids do look up to me as a potential role model. I definitely feel like kids do look up to me as a potential role model. It's an honor, but it can also be a burden. I may be on TV, but I'm also a teenager. I don't get it right every time. But I always do my absolute best to stay above board in every way. My fans inspire me to be a better person. — Nathan Kress
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Always Do Better Sayings By Travis Pastrana: I'm just competitive. Everybody always says, 'You've gotta be crazy to do what you do.' I'm just competitive. Everybody always says, 'You've gotta be crazy to do what you do.' It's not really true. Everything I do is always about trying to out-do your friends. Trying to one-up, be a little faster, a little better, jump a little further. — Travis Pastrana
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Always Do Better Sayings By David Rakoff: Before I sat down and became a writer, before I began to do it habitually Before I sat down and became a writer, before I began to do it habitually and for my living, there was a decades-long stretch when I was terrified that it would suck, so I didn't write. I think that marks a lot of people, a real terror at being bad at something, and unfortunately, you are always bad before you can get a little better. — David Rakoff
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Always Do Better Sayings By Ian Bremmer: Whether it is gun control lobby, health care lobby, or abortion, pro-choice lobby, whatever it Whether it is gun control lobby, health care lobby, or abortion, pro-choice lobby, whatever it is, people are always trying to say that it is about restricting rights and they are never really prepared to talk about what the honest tradeoffs are. One of the things we need to do a better job of is actually painting those tradeoffs. — Ian Bremmer
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Always Do Better Sayings By Jim Henson: I've always tried to present a positive view of the world in my work. It's I've always tried to present a positive view of the world in my work. It's so much easier to be negative and cynical and predict doom for the world than it is to try and figure out how to make things better. We have an obligation to do the latter. — Jim Henson
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Always Do Better Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: He wanted to relive those confused days, that life of discovery, to be bound to He wanted to relive those confused days, that life of discovery, to be bound to those round tables and lectures and exams. There were things he had always meant to understand better [ ... ] He wanted to read what he was told each evening, to do as he was told. There were great writers he had never read, would never read. His daughters would begin that journey soon enough, the world opening up for them in its entirety. — Jhumpa Lahiri
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Always Do Better Sayings By Paulo Coelho: In magic - and in life - there is only the present moment, the now. In magic - and in life - there is only the present moment, the now. You can't measure time the way you measure the distance between two points. 'Time' doesn't pass. We human beings have enormous difficulty in focusing on the present; we're always thinking about what we did, about how we could have done it better, about the consequences of our actions, and about why we didn't act as we should have. Or else we think about the future, about what we're going to do tomorrow, what precautions we should take, what dangers await us around the next corner, how to avoid what we don't want and how to get what we have always dreamed of. — Paulo Coelho
Always Do Better Sayings By Dick Keyes: To be fully human has little to do with always being the centre of attention, To be fully human has little to do with always being the centre of attention, getting your way and having all your ambitions met. To be fully human is to be like Christ, to 'count others better than yourselves' (Phil 2:13)...It takes rare strength to treat others as more important than yourself. — Dick Keyes
Always Do Better Sayings By William Faulkner: Ninety-nine percent talent ... ninety-nine percent discipline ... ninety-nine percent work. He must never be Ninety-nine percent talent ... ninety-nine percent discipline ... ninety-nine percent work. He must never be satisfied with what he does. It is never as good as it can be done. Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself. An artist is a creature driven by demons. He doesn't know why they choose him and he's usually too busy to wonder why. He is completely amoral in that he will rob, borrow, beg, or steal from anybody and everybody to get the work done. — William Faulkner
Always Do Better Sayings By Tammy Blanchard: I always like to play roles where I either love the character or think that I always like to play roles where I either love the character or think that it's a story that I can tell better than anyone else. There are always reasons for me to do whatever I do. — Tammy Blanchard
Always Do Better Sayings By Lewis Carroll: I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get to the top of that hill: and here's a path that leads straight to it - at least, no it doesn't do that - " (after going a few yards along the path, and turning several sharp corners), "but I suppose it will at last. But how curiously it twists! It's more like a corkscrew than a path! Well, this turn goes to the hill, I suppose - no, it doesn't! This goes straight back to the house! Well then, I'll try it the other way." And so she did: wandering up and down, and trying turn after turn, but always coming back to the house, do what she would. Indeed, once, when she turned a corner rather more quickly than usual, she ran against it before she could stop herself. — Lewis Carroll
Always Do Better Sayings By Orhan Pamuk: Time had not faded my memories (as I had prayed to God it might), nor Time had not faded my memories (as I had prayed to God it might), nor had it healed my wounds as it is said always to do. I began each day with the hope that the next day would be better, my recollections a little less pointed, but I would awake to the same pain, as if a black lamp were burning eternally inside me, radiating darkness. — Orhan Pamuk
Always Do Better Sayings By Alexa Land: But then, maybe loneliness didn't have anything to do with how many people we had But then, maybe loneliness didn't have anything to do with how many people we had in our lives. Maybe it was really about how we felt on the inside.

And maybe I should go ahead and let myself feel these things, instead of always trying to push down and deny every negative emotion. Maybe they were just a part of me, and maybe it was okay to not always feel happy and positive. I was forever trying to silence that other part of myself, but maybe I'd feel more whole if I stopped doing that. — Alexa Land
Always Do Better Sayings By James Baldwin: She knows Daddy better than I do. I think it's because she's felt since we She knows Daddy better than I do. I think it's because she's felt since we were children that our Daddy maybe loved me more than he loves her. This isn't true, and she knows that now
people love different people in different ways
but it must have seemed that way to her when we were little. I look as though I just can't make it, she looks like can't nothing stop her. If you look helpless, people react to you in one way and if you look strong, or just come on strong, people react to you in another way, and, since you don't see what they see, this can be very painful. I think that's why Sis was always in front of that damn mirror all the time, when we were kids. She was saying, 'I don't care. I got me.' Of course, this only made her come on stronger than ever, which was the last effect she desired: but that's the way we are and that's how we can sometimes get so fucked up. Anyway, she's past all that. She knows who she is, or, at least, she knows who she damn well isn't. — James Baldwin
Always Do Better Sayings By Constantine P. Cavafy: I'll go to another country, go to another shore,find another city better than this one.Whatever I'll go to another country, go to another shore,
find another city better than this one.
Whatever I try to do is fated to turn out wrong
and my heart -like something dead- lies buried.
How long can I let my mind moulder in this place?
Wherever I turn, wherever I look,
I see the black ruins of my life, here,
where I've spent so many years, wasted them, destroyed them totally.
You won't find a new country, won't find another shore.
This city will always pursue you.
You'll walk the same streets, grow old
in the same neighbourhoods, turn grey in these same houses.
You'll always end up in this city. Don't hope for things elsewhere:
there's no ship for you, there's no road.
Now that you've wasted your life here, in this small corner,
you've destroyed it everywhere in the world. — Constantine P. Cavafy
Always Do Better Sayings By Harold Bloom: BLOOM: I take it that a successful therapy is an oxymoron.INTERVIEWER: It's always interminable?BLOOM: I BLOOM: I take it that a successful therapy is an oxymoron.
INTERVIEWER: It's always interminable?
BLOOM: I do not know anyone who has ever benefited from Freudian or any other mode of analysis, except by being, to use the popular trope for it, so badly shrunk, that they become quite dried out. That is to say, all passion spent. Perhaps they become better people, but they also become stale and uninteresting people with very few exceptions. Like dried-out cheese, or wilted flowers. — Harold Bloom
Always Do Better Sayings By St. Vincent: Perfection consists in one thing alone, which is doing the will of God. For, according Perfection consists in one thing alone, which is doing the will of God. For, according to Our Lord's words, it suffices for perfection to deny self, to take up the cross and to follow Him. Now who denies himself and takes up his cross and follows Christ better than he who seeks not to do his own will, but always that of God? Behold, now, how little is needed to become as Saint? Nothing more than to acquire the habit of willing, on every occasion, what God wills. — St. Vincent
Always Do Better Sayings By Andy Warhol: I'd rather do new stuff. The old stuff is better to talk about than to I'd rather do new stuff. The old stuff is better to talk about than to see. It always sounds better than it really is. — Andy Warhol
Always Do Better Sayings By Marion Ross: There are always going to be reasons to do the wrong thing. And the smarter There are always going to be reasons to do the wrong thing. And the smarter the person, the better the reasons. That doesn't make it right. — Marion Ross
Always Do Better Sayings By Josie Spinardi: But can you imagine if the very first time that you fell after pulling yourself But can you imagine if the very first time that you fell after pulling yourself up on that coffee table, a voice came thundering down at you, berating you for falling? "I knew you couldn't do it! You fell, you idiot! I can't believe you fell. Everyone else is walking, but not you. You are a pathetic little crawler and you always will be!" No, quite the opposite! Toddlers are met with lavish praise at each minor progression, even steps in the general direction of progress. When the little one pulls herself up, she gets applause. Mom grabs the video camera and calls the grandparents. Can you imagine how different - and by different, I mean better - this journey would be if with every advancement you made, every small, wobbly step you took in the direction toward Hunger Directed Eating (however imperfect it was), you lavished praise, delighted wonderment, and encouragement upon yourself? — Josie Spinardi
Always Do Better Sayings By John C. Maxwell: Pastor and radio broadcaster Tony Evans says, "If you want a better world, composed of Pastor and radio broadcaster Tony Evans says, "If you want a better world, composed of better nations, inhabited by better states, filled with better counties, made up of better cities, comprised of better neighborhoods, illuminated by better churches, populated by better families, then you'll have to start by becoming a better person." That's always where it starts - with me, with you. If we focus on personal character, we make the world a better place. If we do that our entire lives, we've done the best thing we can do to improve our world. The — John C. Maxwell
Always Do Better Sayings By James Arthur: Start listening to what you say. Are your comments and ideas negative? You aren't going Start listening to what you say. Are your comments and ideas negative? You aren't going become positive if you always say negative things. Do you hear yourself say"I could never do that","I never have any luck","I never get things right". Wow - that's negative self-talk! Try saying"I am going to do that","I am so lucky""I always try to get things right". Can you hear how much better that sounds? — James Arthur
Always Do Better Sayings By Nicholas Carr: As a society, we've become suspicious of such acts. Out of ignorance or laziness or As a society, we've become suspicious of such acts. Out of ignorance or laziness or timidity, we've turned the Luddites into caricatures, emblems of backwardness. We assume that anyone who rejects a new tool in favor of an older one is guilty of nostalgia, of making choices sentimentally rather than rationally. But the real sentimental fallacy is the assumption that the new thing is always better suited to our purposes and intentions than the old thing. That's the view of a child, naive and pliable. What makes one tool superior to another has nothing to do with how new it is. What matters is how it enlarges us or diminishes us, how it shapes our experience of nature and culture and one another. To cede choices about the texture of our daily lives to a grand abstraction called progress is folly. — Nicholas Carr
Always Do Better Sayings By David Mamet: Always do things the least interesting way, the most blunt way, and you make a Always do things the least interesting way, the most blunt way, and you make a better movie. This is my experience. — David Mamet
Always Do Better Sayings By Grace Draven: Find your bed, Martise. I'll be up for some time. This is bandit country, and Find your bed, Martise. I'll be up for some time. This is bandit country, and we'll each take a watch. Put your blankets with mine. We'll stay warmer that way. And keep your shoes on. I'll join you soon." She'd grown used to him curled against her in sleep. Even the light snores purred into her ear comforted her, and there was always the possibility that when he awakened, he'd want her beneath him. Or atop him. Martise blushed at the sensual images playing in her mind. She prepared their bed as he instructed, crawled under the blankets - with her shoes on - and fell asleep. She woke when Silhara slid beneath the blankets and spooned against her. He laid his arm across her waist and wedged his leg between hers through her heavy skirts. His sigh tickled her ear. "Far better if you were bare, but this will do. — Grace Draven
Always Do Better Sayings By Hal Elrod: Attempting to do anything you haven't done before is always uncomfortable, and usually scary, but Attempting to do anything you haven't done before is always uncomfortable, and usually scary, but it is ALWAYS worth it. Fear disappears in the midst of action, and a better version of yourself awaits you on the other side of your fear. Feel the fear, and do it anyway ... — Hal Elrod
Always Do Better Sayings By Charise Mericle Harper: My power is that I can always tell when someone is unhappy, even if that My power is that I can always tell when someone is unhappy, even if that person is pretending to be happy and is a really good actor. The bad thing about my power is that I always try to do something to make the sad person feel better - even if I should probably leave it alone and not do anything at all. Dad says that feeling people's sadness is called empathy and it's a superpower because of the "having to do something to help them feel better" part. A superhero has to help people in trouble. She can't just change into a regular I'm-not-going-to-do-anything-to help-someone-else type of person even if she wanted to. — Charise Mericle Harper
Always Do Better Sayings By Aasif Mandvi: My father got a job at Bradford University in textiles. And he came for - My father got a job at Bradford University in textiles. And he came for - I guess, you know, why do people immigrate? - like, for a better life to find, you know, a new world. And, you know, I think he always - he saw it as an opportunity. And so yeah so we came to this coal mining town in the north of England and that's where I grew up. — Aasif Mandvi
Always Do Better Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: My father was a drill sergeant, and I've always had that mentality drilled into me My father was a drill sergeant, and I've always had that mentality drilled into me of 'you've got to do better, you've got to do better.' I just try to listen to the characters. That's what works for me. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Always Do Better Sayings By Zadie Smith: Because immigrants have always been particularly prone to repetition - it's something to do with Because immigrants have always been particularly prone to repetition - it's something to do with that experience of moving from West to East or East to West or from island to island. Even when you arrive, you're still going back and forth; your children are going round and round. There's no proper term for it - original sin seems too harsh; maybe original trauma would be better. — Zadie Smith
Always Do Better Sayings By Paul Orfalea: My motto has always been that anybody can do it better than me. My motto has always been that anybody can do it better than me. — Paul Orfalea
Always Do Better Sayings By Jerald Simon: Don't tell me you're not good at something. People will always be better and worse Don't tell me you're not good at something. People will always be better and worse than you at everything you do. Tell me whether or not you are making progress. If you are progressing, are you measuring your progress? If you are not progressing, why not? Get to know your strengths and your weaknesses. Develop your own personal progress plan and determine how you could improve and progress from where you are. You most likely don't know how far you have come and how much you truly have accomplished. Improve and progress! — Jerald Simon
Always Do Better Sayings By Mother Teresa: One thing I ask you to do, you people who have the pen in your One thing I ask you to do, you people who have
the pen in your hand, allow God to use you so that you never write
anything that will destroy, that will hurt, but always take the trouble
to write something beautiful, to help the people to see better, to love
better, to come closer ... to each other. — Mother Teresa
Always Do Better Sayings By Anne Lamott: P 264: Elizabeth talking to Rosie re Sharon leavingTry to be a good sport, baby. P 264: Elizabeth talking to Rosie re Sharon leaving
Try to be a good sport, baby. Sharon feels as bad as you do. It's all right for you to be mad, but ... try to be as good a sport as you can. I'll tell you. It's a run-of-the-mill shitty thing. Life is full of them. And it is ALWAYS feels better to be kind. — Anne Lamott
Always Do Better Sayings By Tiger Woods: I don't think you're ever there. You never arrive, but if you do, you might I don't think you're ever there. You never arrive, but if you do, you might as well quit because you're already there. Can't get any better. And as players, if you ever have that moment - you should never have that moment. You're always trying to get better. — Tiger Woods
Always Do Better Sayings By Sarvesh Murthi .D.D: It is always better to write your feeling in GRAPHITE than in INK,As it's much It is always better to write your feeling in GRAPHITE than in INK,
As it's much easier to erase them and start fresh as life does not give the freedom to do so ... .
In INK it takes time to fade away as life does ... . — Sarvesh Murthi .D.D
Always Do Better Sayings By Saint Augustine: If God seems slow in responding, it is because He is preparing a better gift. If God seems slow in responding, it is because He is preparing a better gift. He will not deny us. God withholds what you are not yet ready for. He wants you to have a lively desire for His greatest gifts. All of which is to say, pray always and do not lose heart. — Saint Augustine
Always Do Better Sayings By Penny Reid: How many are we talking about? What percentage of females in Chicago are ready to How many are we talking about? What percentage of females in Chicago are ready to have sex with you right now? What happens if one of them needs to travel? Do they have a phone tree? Is there a coverage plan or a backup plan for emergencies?"
Quinn covered the bottom half of his mouth with his free hand, too late to mask the smile, his shoulders started shaking with silent laughter.
I continued, feeling a little better knowing that he was able to laugh at himself, "Is there entry criteria? An established search committee? An interview process? Skills test? What kind of radius do you require? Do you have one circling the block now? Do you always keep one nearby? Was there one at the restaurant? At the bar maybe? — Penny Reid
Always Do Better Sayings By Mehmet Oz: Medications almost always do it better if they're used in conjunction with other supports. Medications almost always do it better if they're used in conjunction with other supports. — Mehmet Oz
Always Do Better Sayings By Jon Gordon: I knew the kind of culture we needed to create and I defined it for I knew the kind of culture we needed to create and I defined it for the team. The seven responsibilities everyone had were to: Have fun, work hard, and enjoy the journey. Show respect for every person you have contact with in the organization. Put the team first. Successful teams have teammates that are unselfish and willing to put their individual goals behind the team's goals. Do your job. It is defined, but you must always be prepared for it to change (especially if you're a player). Appropriately handle victory and defeat, adulation and humiliation. Do not get too high in victory or too low in defeat. Be the same person every day. Understand that all organizational decisions aim to make the team better, stronger, and more efficient. Have a positive attitude. Use positive language (both verbal and body language). — Jon Gordon
Always Do Better Sayings By Ann Landers: Let this coming year be better than all the others. Vow to do some of Let this coming year be better than all the others. Vow to do some of the things you have always wanted to do but could not find the time. Call up a forgotten friend. Drop an old grudge, and replace it with some pleasant memories. Vow not to make a promise you do not think you can keep. Walk tall, and smile more. You will look 10 years younger. Do not be afraid to say, I love you. Say it again. They are the sweetest words in the world. — Ann Landers
Always Do Better Sayings By Mary Jane Hathaway: So, does that make me your girlfriend?""Do you want to be?""I've never liked that word, So, does that make me your girlfriend?"
"Do you want to be?"
"I've never liked that word, actually. It sounds so juvenile. "
He shot her a worried look. "Is there another term you'd prefer?"
"I've always liked 'companion of my heart'. Or 'my better half'. Or maybe even 'the sun in my universe'. — Mary Jane Hathaway
Always Do Better Sayings By Kate Del Castillo: I do not see myself, I never make plans, I never set goals, and I I do not see myself, I never make plans, I never set goals, and I never do that kind of stuff; I don't like to futurize, I barely know what I will do tomorrow, and because there is a working plan here, I've never futurized because life always surprises me with things even better. — Kate Del Castillo
Always Do Better Sayings By Rowan Atkinson: But I always feel that whatever I do, I could do better. I suppose it But I always feel that whatever I do, I could do better. I suppose it is perfectionism. — Rowan Atkinson
Always Do Better Sayings By Buck Brannaman: I've always wanted to do the right thing by a horse, that's never changed, its I've always wanted to do the right thing by a horse, that's never changed, its just that as my knowledge grew I've been able to offer the horse a better human being, as time has gone on. — Buck Brannaman
Always Do Better Sayings By Ingrid Law: Why is it that adults are always telling kids to go watch television as though Why is it that adults are always telling kids to go watch television as though we have nothing better to do? — Ingrid Law
Always Do Better Sayings By Rachael Ray: The magazine, the daytime show, we've always tried to write affordable, accessible. Those are key The magazine, the daytime show, we've always tried to write affordable, accessible. Those are key words for us, and I do mean us, a huge staff of people at the magazine who love to cook affordable, friendly food that helps families eat better for less. — Rachael Ray
Always Do Better Sayings By Bojana Novakovic: One actor in my life is enough, and that's me. With actors, it's too easy One actor in my life is enough, and that's me. With actors, it's too easy to go into this world of complaining. Someone will always be better, richer, more loved, do more work. Those dynamics don't interest me. The friends I hang out with, we create our own work rather than complain about acting. — Bojana Novakovic
Always Do Better Sayings By Amy Poehler: Now that I am older, I am rounder and softer, which isn't always a bad Now that I am older, I am rounder and softer, which isn't always a bad thing. I remember fewer names so I try to focus on someone's eyes instead. Sex is better and I'm better at it. I don't miss the frustration of youth, the anticipation of love and pain, the paralysis of choices still ahead. The pressure of "What are you going to do?" makes everybody feel like they haven't done anything yet. Young people can remind us to take chances and be angry and stop our patterns. Old people can remind us to laugh more and get focused and make friends with our patterns. Young and old need to relax in the moment and live where they are. Be Here Now, — Amy Poehler
Always Do Better Sayings By Gia Coppola: Once I found these sticker things for your nails - Sally Hansen - those were Once I found these sticker things for your nails - Sally Hansen - those were really fun to do. They're really fun to do when you're bored, and it's better than painting your nails because you don't mess up. It looks really good, very professional. I tried a zebra one that was really pretty, but I always get a little bored of it. — Gia Coppola
Always Do Better Sayings By Cate Shortland: Every film you do, you always look at it and you think, "I could do Every film you do, you always look at it and you think, "I could do better," but I'm never going to tell people what I could do better. I think it's up to them to make up their own mind. — Cate Shortland
Always Do Better Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Always keep Ithaca in your mind. To arrive there is your ultimate goal. But do Always keep Ithaca in your mind. To arrive there is your ultimate goal. But do not hurry the voyage at all. It is better to let it last for many years; and to anchor at the island when you are old, rich with all you have gained on the way, not expecting that Ithaca will offer you riches. Ithaca has given you the beautiful voyage. Without her you would never have set out on the road. She has nothing more to give you. And if you find her poor, Ithaca has not deceived you. Wise as you have become, with so much experience, you must already have understood what Ithacas mean. — Paulo Coelho
Always Do Better Sayings By Betsy Lerner: For most writers, reading is also a very intense experience; they don't read so much For most writers, reading is also a very intense experience; they don't read so much as compete. The writer measure's himself against every text he encounters, imagining he could do it better or wishing he had thought of it first. The natural writer would almost always rather be reading, writing, or alone, except of course when he needs to come up for air (that is, for subject matter, food, sex, love, attention). He may be a selfish son of a bitch, he may seem to care more about his work than about the people in his life, he may be a social misfit, a freak, or a smooth operator, but every person who does serious time with a keyboard is attempting to translate his version of the world into words so that he might be understood. Indeed, the great paradox of the writer's life is how much time he spends alone trying to connect with other people. — Betsy Lerner
Always Do Better Sayings By Nicole Krauss: ("Let's stand under a tree," she said. "Why?""Because it's nicer.""Maybe you should sit on a ("Let's stand under a tree," she said.
"Why?"
"Because it's nicer."
"Maybe you should sit on a chair, and I'll stand above you, like they always do with husbands and wives."
"That's stupid."
"Why's it stupid?"
"Because we're not married."
"Should we hold hands?"
"We can't."
"But why?"
"Because, people will know."
"Know what?"
"About us."
"So what if they know?"
"It's better when it's a secret."
"Why?"
"So no one can take it from us.") — Nicole Krauss
Always Do Better Sayings By David Hockney: You always need a bit of low-tech.You always need a pair of scissors, it seems You always need a bit of low-tech.You always need a pair of scissors, it seems to me. You can do better things ... The high-tech, somehow, you do have to combine it with low-tech things. — David Hockney
Always Do Better Sayings By Stan Lee: I'm sort of a pressure writer. If somebody says, "Stan, write something," and I have I'm sort of a pressure writer. If somebody says, "Stan, write something," and I have to have it by tomorrow morning, I'll just sit down and I'll write it. It always seems to come to me. But I'm better doing a rushed job because if it isn't something that's due quickly, I won't work on it until it becomes almost an emergency and then I'll do it. — Stan Lee
Always Do Better Sayings By Charles Dance: The quality of writing attracts me to films, also who the other actors are, who The quality of writing attracts me to films, also who the other actors are, who the director is, where it's being shot. Any or all of those things. But if the writing is really appalling, then the money had better be really good. Sometimes you say yes to something you wouldn't always do because you need the money. — Charles Dance
Always Do Better Sayings By Owen Jones: Being born into a prosperous middle-class family typically endows you with a safety net for Being born into a prosperous middle-class family typically endows you with a safety net for life. If you are not naturally very bright, you are still likely to go far and, at the very least, will never experience poverty as an adult. A good education compounded by your parents' 'cultural capital', financial support and networks will always see you through. If you are a bright child born into a working-class family, you do not have any of these things. The odds are that you will not be better off than your parents. — Owen Jones
Always Do Better Sayings By Noelle Sterne: Think of some things you've wanted to do for ages and have never given yourself Think of some things you've wanted to do for ages and have never given yourself time or permission to do them. The Voice knows what they are and has probably suggested them many times. You've always said inside, 'Oh, I couldn't. Costs too much. I've got too much work. I'm too tired. I can't be away from x that long. Should clean out the garage instead.' It's time to stop cleaning and start living. — Noelle Sterne
Always Do Better Sayings By Thomas Huxley: I have always been, am, and propose to remain a mere scholar. All that I I have always been, am, and propose to remain a mere scholar. All that I have ever proposed to myself is to say, this and this I have learned; thus and thus have I learned it; go thou and learn better; but do not thrust on my shoulders the responsibility for your own laziness if you elect to take, on my authority, conclusions the value of which you ought to have tested for yourself. — Thomas Huxley
Always Do Better Sayings By Thomas Bernhard: Whatever condition we are in, we must always do what we want to do, and Whatever condition we are in, we must always do what we want to do, and if we want to go on a journey, then we must do so and not worry about our condition, even if it's the worst possible condition, because, if it is, we're finished anyway, whether we go on the journey or not, and it's better to die having made the journey we're been longing for than to be stifled by our longing. — Thomas Bernhard
Always Do Better Sayings By Carrie Vaughn: All right. I'll bite. Here's what I think, with the caveat that I may be All right. I'll bite. Here's what I think, with the caveat that I may be wrong. I think we're here to make the world a better place than we found it. I think we don't always deserve the cards we're dealt, good or bad. But we are judged by how we play the cards we're dealt. Those of us with a bum deal that makes it harder to do good
we just have to work a little more is all. There's no destiny. There's just muddling through without doing to much damage. — Carrie Vaughn
Always Do Better Sayings By Luciano Pavarotti: I'm a perfectionist, and I always think that I can do better what I have I'm a perfectionist, and I always think that I can do better what I have done, even if it's good. — Luciano Pavarotti
Always Do Better Sayings By Peter Kreeft: It also works the other way around: the more you love any person (human or It also works the other way around: the more you love any person (human or divine), the more you want to know him (or Him) better, and the more you do. And this always causes deep joy. — Peter Kreeft
Always Do Better Sayings By Cassandra Clare: What were you dreaming about?""You." He twisted a lock of her hair around his finger. What were you dreaming about?"
"You." He twisted a lock of her hair around his finger. "I always dream about you."
"Oh, yeah? Because I thought you were having a nightmare."
He tipped his head back to look at her. "Sometimes I dream you're gone," he said. "I keep wondering when you'll figure out how much better you could do and leave me. — Cassandra Clare
Always Do Better Sayings By Dainin Katagiri: If you want to take care of tomorrow, take better care of today. We always If you want to take care of tomorrow, take better care of today. We always live now. All we have to do is entrust ourselves to the life we now live. — Dainin Katagiri
Always Do Better Sayings By Jo Brand: I've always liked to think I could do anything I wished as well as - I've always liked to think I could do anything I wished as well as - if not better than - a man. But I wasn't very good at rally driving. — Jo Brand
Always Do Better Sayings By Oscar Wilde: How English you are, Basil! If one putsforward an idea to a real Englishman, - How English you are, Basil! If one puts
forward an idea to a real Englishman, - always a rash
thing to do, - he never dreams of considering whether the
idea is right or wrong. The only thing he considers of any
importance is whether one believes it one's self. Now, the
value of an idea has nothing whatsoever to do with the
sincerity of the man who expresses it. Indeed, the
probabilities are that the more insincere the man is, the more purely intellectual will the idea be, as in that case it
will not be colored by either his wants, his desires, or his
prejudices. However, I don't propose to discuss politics,
sociology, or metaphysics with you. I like persons better
than principles. Tell me more about Dorian Gray. How
often do you see him? — Oscar Wilde
Always Do Better Sayings By Lionel Wigram: You always think you can do better. No question about that. In a way, you You always think you can do better. No question about that. In a way, you want to try and do every aspect better. — Lionel Wigram
Always Do Better Sayings By A. Bartlett Giamatti: All play aspires to the condition of paradise ... through play in all its forms All play aspires to the condition of paradise ... through play in all its forms ... we hope to achieve a state that our larger Greco-Roman, Judeo- Christian culture has always known was lost. Where it exists, we do not know, although we always have envisioned it as a garden ... always as removed, as an enclosed green place ... Paradise is an ancient dream ... It is a dream of ourselves as better than we are, back to what we were. — A. Bartlett Giamatti
Always Do Better Sayings By Chloe Grace Moretz: As an actor you always want to be challenged and you always want to have 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". — Chloe Grace Moretz
Always Do Better Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: He loves me, he doesn't love my bowels, if they showed him my appendix in He loves me, he doesn't love my bowels, if they showed him my appendix in a glass he wouldn't recognize it, he's always feeling me, but if they put the glass in his hands he wouldn't touch it, he wouldn't think, "that's hers," you ought to love all of somebody, the esophagus, the liver, the intestines. Maybe we don't love them because we aren't used to them, but if we saw them the way we saw our hands and arms maybe we'd love them; the starfish must love each other better than we do. — Jean-Paul Sartre
Always Do Better Sayings By Alan Tudyk: You do a film and you have hopes for it, and you read it, and You do a film and you have hopes for it, and you read it, and you see it one way in your head, and you shoot it, and it'll always change from what you started out. Sometimes it turns out better, sometimes it turns out; I don't know, but as movies go I've never experienced seeing and likening what I've read, and I liked what I read. — Alan Tudyk
Always Do Better Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Double-knotted to a bedpost, not that it's any of your business. That boy was always Double-knotted to a bedpost, not that it's any of your business. That boy was always too trusting for his own good. You'd think by now he'd know better. But no. He's got to be stupid. Personally, I'd tie the bitch up, muzzle her, and ride her around the room with spurs on, but no one ever asks my opinion, do they? No. What do I know? I'm only omniscient. (Savitar) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Always Do Better Sayings By Jon J. Muth: Anything really well-made has the effect of making you want to do what you do-better. Anything really well-made has the effect of making you want to do what you do-better. Abrams has always made very beautiful books. It's exciting to see this same excellence applied to the presentation of comics. Abrams ComicArts shows comics are stepping out of vaudeville and into Carnegie Hall-but the Marx Brothers will always be welcome! — Jon J. Muth
Always Do Better Sayings By Alice Steinbach: I sat silent, ambushed by love for my sons. And by regret. Regret for the I sat silent, ambushed by love for my sons. And by regret. Regret for the past, when I didn't or couldn't give them the nurturing they needed, and regret for what they-and I-could never have back. The irony was that now, when my sons no longer needed it, my love for them was unconditional. Sometimes, when either of my children came up against a thorny problem, I found myself worrying: did I give him what he needs to deal with this? Could I have done better? I could do better now, I thought. Now that it's too late.
But when you speak of your sons it is always with admiration. Is it true you would like to return and do things that might change who they are? — Alice Steinbach
Always Do Better Sayings By Mona Simpson: Sometimes, a stage curtain parts and you see: life could be better if you had Sometimes, a stage curtain parts and you see: life could be better if you had more. Usually, I think, we can get just as good a different way. But tricks, they do not always work. — Mona Simpson
Always Do Better Sayings By Mindy Kaling: I'm a role model now ... I want to be a better person because I I'm a role model now ... I want to be a better person because I don't want to disappoint those girls. I stop and think about my actions more. I tip great, I try not to swear too much, and I remember to thank people and be grateful. And all that stuff I do to appear' better has actually made me a better person. I wish I had always acted like I was a little bit famous. — Mindy Kaling
Always Do Better Sayings By Winston S. Churchill: In war and policy one should always try to put oneself in the position of In war and policy one should always try to put oneself in the position of what Bismarck called "the Other Man". The more fully and sympathetically a Minister can do this the better are his chances of being right. The more knowledge he possesses of the opposite point of view, the less puzzling it is to know what to do. But imagination without deep and full knowledge is a snare, — Winston S. Churchill
Always Do Better Sayings By Danielle Steel: There was something infinitely impressive about the man, tall, slender, gray-haired, blue-eyed, soft-spoken. He had There was something infinitely impressive about the man, tall, slender, gray-haired, blue-eyed, soft-spoken. He had the looks of the doctors one read about in women's novels. There was something so basically kind and gentle about him, yet something powerful as well. The aura of a highly trained racehorse always straining at the reins, aching to go faster, farther ... to do more ... to fight time ... to conquer odds beyond hope ... to steal back just one life ... one man ... one woman ... one child ... one more. And often he won. Often. But not always. And that irked him. More than that, it pained him. It was the cause for the lines beside his eyes, the sorrow one saw deep within him. It wasn't enough that he wrought miracles almost daily. He wanted more than that, better odds, he wanted to save them all, and there was no way he could. — Danielle Steel
Always Do Better Sayings By David Foster Wallace: Like most clinically depressed patients, she appeared to function better in focused activity than in Like most clinically depressed patients, she appeared to function better in focused activity than in stasis. Their normal paralyzed stasis allowed these patients' own minds to chew them apart. But it was always a titanic struggle to get them to do anything to help them focus. — David Foster Wallace
Always Do Better Sayings By Tommy Haas: You look back and you always think you can probably do something better. You look back and you always think you can probably do something better. — Tommy Haas
Always Do Better Sayings By Elle Kennedy: What do you want, Allie? Tell me one thing you've been dying to do but What do you want, Allie? Tell me one thing you've been dying to do but haven't gotten around to doing."

Her forehead furrows as she thinks it over. "Well. I've been wanting to start a new cleanse, but I keep putting it off."

"I have no idea what that means."

"I go on these juice cleanses a couple times a year," she explains. "It sucks, because you're stuck on a liquid diet for two whole weeks, but you feel so much better afterward."

"You're a fucking weirdo. Pick something else. Something normal."

She pauses, deep in thought again, and then her expression brightens. "I've always wanted to learn how to salsa dance."

Fuck. That's such a chick thing to say. "Then do it," I tell her. — Elle Kennedy
Always Do Better Sayings By Deanna Raybourn: He had strong, steady hands, and I could tell from looking at them there was He had strong, steady hands, and I could tell from looking at them there was little he couldn't do. Mossy always said you could tell everything you needed to know about a man from his hands. Some hands, she told me, were leaving hands. They were the wandering sort that slipped into places they shouldn't, and they would wander right off again because those hands just couldn't stay still. Some hands were worthless hands, fit only to hold a drink or flick ash from a cigar, and some were punishing hands that hit hard and didn't leave a mark and those were the ones you never stayed to see twice.
But the best hands were knowing hands, Mossy told me with a slow smile. Knowing hands were capable; they could soothe a horse or woman. They could take things apart
including your heart
and put them back together better than before. Knowing hands were rare, but if you found them, they were worth holding, at least for a little while. — Deanna Raybourn
Always Do Better Sayings By Steve Antin: I want to do something where the script is there. That doesn't mean that I I want to do something where the script is there. That doesn't mean that I won't need to come in, or be asked to come in, and help develop something. Things can always get better. There's always room for improvement. But, I want to do something that's the best version of whatever it's supposed to be. — Steve Antin
Always Do Better Sayings By Emmy Rossum: I always think I could do better. I always think that something could be more I always think I could do better. I always think that something could be more perfect, but I think that that's just within my nature. I think I want to please a director, I want to give my everything and find every which way I could have burrowed further into a character. — Emmy Rossum
Always Do Better Sayings By Kazuo Ishiguro: My donors have always tended to do much better than expected. My donors have always tended to do much better than expected. — Kazuo Ishiguro
Always Do Better Sayings By Harper Lee: As you grow up, always tell the truth, do no harm to others, and don't As you grow up, always tell the truth, do no harm to others, and don't think you are the most important being on earth. Rich or poor, you then can look anyone in the eye and say, 'I'm probably no better than you, but I'm certainly your equal. — Harper Lee