Words matter. These are the best Being Judged Quotes from famous people such as Zawe Ashton, Kristi Yamaguchi, Avi Arad, Rick Pitino, Troy Deeney, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Being yourself, or being judged as yourself, is really scary.
As a professional, I think we’re not being judged solely on technical ability anymore. People really want to be entertained and enjoy what they’re watching.
On the first movie we got good reviews, but we were still dealing with genre stuff. It’s going away. Judge the movie – is it a good one or a bad one? We know we made a great movie and it’s being judged for just being a good film.
The one thing I’ve always said: Let your family and close friends be the judge of who you are as a person. Don’t worry about being judged by others who don’t know you, because your family and close friends know what you’re all about, good and bad.
For me, when I was growing up I was told the police weren’t on our side. From being stereotyped because we drive nice cars to being judged for the clothing we wear, I was told I would never be given the benefit of the doubt.
And I’m OK being judged as an actor.
Rightly or wrongly, as a woman in politics, you’re being judged for what you’re wearing, and people are paying attention to that more than they do with men.
We need women in cinema to know first that they have a safe space to open up about their struggles without being judged and marginalised.
I think, a lot of times, where people see they’re insufficient or lacking in certain areas, they feel they’re being judged even when they’re not. And they condemn themselves more than anyone else does.
I think that, as life is action and passion, it is required of a man that he should share the passion and action of his time at peril of being judged not to have lived.
I’m used to being judged. I know what that feels like.
I instantly took the offer to judge ‘Indian Idol’ because I know the journey from being judged to judging on the same stage is going to be a memorable experience for me.
Everyone’s projecting onto you, or you feel like everyone is judging you. I feel like I’m being judged a lot of the time. You become really self-conscious.
There are times when you’re being judged on your appearance and you’re not feeling your best self. It hurts, but as I always say, I try and be 100 percent myself all the time. So if I’m rejected, it just hurts that little bit less because at least I was myself.
When I was younger, I had a fear of being judged as a footballer, and my worst fear was feeling like I didn’t belong at the level of football I was playing.
I think shows like ‘Dancing on Ice,’ ‘X Factor’ and ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ make great telly, but I’d never want to be contestant. I’m far too insecure and competitive. Also, working in theatre, you’re being judged all the time – and I’d rather not be told I’m awful in front of millions of people!
It’s harder to do anything in the public eye now, in terms of if you’re worried about scrutiny or being judged negatively. It’s not as much of a free ride. If you’re someone who’s making film or TV or music, or any kind of art form now, there’s a billion outlets, and they all have an opinion.
I was aware that I was not getting the good acting roles because I was either too handsome, too pretty or whatever. I was being judged in ways that left me nowhere to go. You have to be patient.
When you’re a woman, you have such a strange relationship with your body because – especially when you’re in the public eye – you’re constantly being judged.
I hate prejudice, discrimination, and snobbishness of any kind – it always reflects on the person judging and not the person being judged. Everyone should be treated equally.
I don’t mind being judged or pressure being put on myself.
I like the more community element of comedy. And I hate people pitting other people against each other. Audiences are always judging you, but when you’re being judged for a competition, it just takes away the joy of the job.
If we approach other people understanding our own value, being confident in who we are, being centered and grounded, it’s actually easier for us to connect with them because we can listen more deeply and we can express ourselves more authentically without fear of being judged or not being enough.
The acting is better when you know your material is being judged.
I know I’m being judged, and anyone who works in the public eye will get some negativity at some point. It can be tough and it hurts. I can be very tough on myself. Occasionally, I hear or read something cruel and I’m shocked.
The indie film scene was like a playground for me, which allowed me to try all sorts of things without being judged.
You can like or dislike me. You are entitled to form an opinion about me, and I don’t fear being judged.
Certainly, I am writing as a 21st-century woman, so I am much more inclined to view her as a three-dimensional woman. I think we keep coming up with this stubborn problem of a woman being judged by her appearance rather than her accomplishments. We are much more inclined to ask: was Cleopatra beautiful?
But the issue is not only life and death but our existence before God and our being judged by him. All of us were sinners before him and worthy of condemnation.
We’re being critiqued every day, whether you hear them critiquing you, or it’s behind your back, whether it’s the client, casting, friends, agents – you’re constantly being judged, and you’re constantly being denied!
I am a very open person, and I’m always nervous of being misconstrued. Sitting in the middle of a restaurant makes me nervous. I feel like I’m being judged. And it’s funny that I should feel that way.
You need to let go of your fear and anxiety of being judged by others.
I was called fat and ugly in the press almost my entire life. I understand that being judged by others comes with the territory, but it broke my heart and ruined my self-esteem.
I think sometimes, especially ‘The Bachelor,’ feels like you’re being judged. You play it safe, so to speak. I’ve never played it safe and I think that made for a really good season.
To me, drag is about doing whatever you want, and nobody says anything. And ‘Drag Race’ is about doing what you’re told and having it evaluated. I hate being judged.