"My first piece of advice is this: Don’t just get involved. Fight for your seat at the table. Better yet, fight for a seat at the head of the table," he said
"I think I took, sort of, a break after Thrones where, so, I don't want to work for a year [and] I want to really kind of concentrate on myself," the 34-year-old shared
"You have to be honest in life. You have to be honest with yourself," he said
"...believe that the .1 per cent that makes you different is the sum of who you are and that you deserve your good fortune,” he added.
She remembered the time she was a student -- class of 2010 -- and how they had witnessed the fate of the USA change
"Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t know what you’re gonna do tomorrow. But work hard and don’t be lazy," she said
"I say to you, forget about the fast lane. If you really want to fly, just harness your power to your passion. Honour your calling. Everybody has one," she said.
"As you think about your life after graduation, as you look into the mirror tonight after the partying is done, that shouldn’t get such a big cheer, you may look in the mirror tonight and you may see somebody who’s not really sure what to do with their lives," he said
"The only thing we can control is ourselves. Get your hands on the changes you can make., because your possibilities are limitless," Suga, a band member said.
"You’re defined by what you define failure as. It’s not a thing if it leads you to your success. It’s all part of the journey," he said
"I reflect back in my life and I think of all the times I really became a better person, a smarter person," she said
"You have to have insane confidence in yourself, even if it’s not real. You need to be your own cheerleader now, because there isn’t a room full of people waiting with pom‑poms to tell you, “You did it! We’ve been waiting all this time for you to succeed!” she said
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"Always remember that you can’t take it with you. You’re going to have to pass it on," Tim Cook said.
The TV host and philanthropist was speaking at Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
"You must practise being stupid, dumb, unthinking, empty," he said
"Be stupid, just once, really often, because, when you embrace the stupidity in your life, you really live"
"First of all, when you start out on a career in the arts you have no idea what you are doing. This is great. People who know what they are doing know the rules, and they know what is possible and what is impossible. You do not. And you should not," he said.
"There is no humanity without education. There is no education without demand. You are all walking endorsements for education. Embrace it," were his parting words.
"No one is an island unto themselves. We have all benefited from, and been supported by, the communities which have nourished us along the way," he said
"We should do better, we can do better. We have to do better," he stated
Speaking at a convocation ceremony in Parul University, the actor said health and family are definitions of success for some, but they rarely spend any time on them
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