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Nothing wilts faster than laurels that have been rested upon.
I like to be able to present myself in two or three different ways because I’ve never really wanted to rest on my laurels and be something that people expected.
We have won laurels for the country in wrestling but still, in spite of winning medals, not many people recognised us.
You can’t afford to rest on your laurels at all, or you’ll instantly be on the bench.
You never want to rest on your laurels. You want to keep doing things that terrify you.
You never sit on your laurels. It is always a case of trying to work on your deficiencies as much as working on your strengths.
I don’t want to rest on my laurels. I still feel like I’m learning a lot about the golf game and the swing. There are so many different little facets of golf that there is always something to learn.
When you look out at somewhere like Hammersmith Apollo and all those people have come just to see you on that night, it’s overwhelming. You can’t rest on your laurels. This tour’s got to be better than the last one because I want people to come to the next one.
I’m always trying to improve my skills as an actor. I think it shows in ‘El Gringo;’ it shows in the new ‘Universal Soldier.’ You can’t rest on your laurels; you’ve got to keep improving.
Georgia is in an enviable position today, but we can’t rest on our laurels.
But I think the one thing that I can say about us is that we’re very consistent about certain things and part of that is our desire to do the very best work that we can and not rest on our laurels, or not allow formula to come into what we do.
I’m not retiring. I am graduating. Today is my graduation day. Retirement means that you’ll just go ahead and live on your laurels and surf all day in Oceanside. It ain’t going to happen.
Youngsters taking up boxing will get a lot of encouragement to do something for the country, seeing my laurels.
I refuse to sit on my laurels.
I want to give the audience the whole package, and for me, the whole package is to give them something fresh as well. It’s not as much fun resting on your laurels.
No player can rest on his laurels.
But at the same time you can’t assume that making a difference 20 years ago is going to allow you to sort of live on the laurels of those victories for the rest of your life.
Whether in chains or in laurels, liberty knows nothing but victories.
When I pick up a book that’s, you know, wreathed in laurels, I expect a lot, and that doesn’t give the book its best chance to shine.
TV isn’t like films; you can’t rest on your laurels.
As far as it growing, I believe it is always necessary to evolve. I am not one to rest on my laurels.
We did a lot of press for the last film and now for this one. We don’t rest on our laurels.
Resting on your laurels is as dangerous as resting when you are walking in the snow. You doze off and die in your sleep.
A lot of people like to live on laurels that happened 20 or 30 years ago, but it’s nice to get awards. It’s nice to be labeled and things like that, but I’m not sure everybody qualifies.
Sometimes you can fall into bad habits on film or rest on your laurels, and you can’t do that in theater. I think it’s such a useful tool as a person and as an actor to go back and forth between those two mediums.
My life has been one gigantic comic book, and on the other hand, it’s been one gigantic book of laurels and amazing accomplishments, and on the other hand, it’s been a book full of horror stories. It’s a big book.
When ‘Games of Thrones’ is finished, I’m not one to go on about it too long and rest on one’s laurels. The stuff that interests me is the work.
It is important to move on from the laurels of the past. I can’t let success go to my head.
I’m not going to sit on my laurels.
It really doesn’t matter what you’ve done in the past. We just don’t rest on our laurels.
When you rest on your laurels is right when you have the risk. It exists for every company, no matter how big.
With a terrible script you hustle and try to make it better. But with a good script it can be trouble because you rest on your laurels, so to speak, you think it’s going to translate easily.
The only way to make something good is if you make it difficult for yourself on every conceivable level. You can’t cut corners; you can’t rest on your laurels.
I’m always hungry for the next thing. I’m never resting on my laurels.
The song ‘Bolo Naa’ from the film ‘Chittagong,’ which got me the National Award, wasn’t even promoted in India, whereas the film won laurels all over the world.
There’s an inherent danger in letting people think that they have perfected something. When they believe they’ve ‘nailed it,’ most people tend to sit back and rest on their laurels while countless others will be labouring furiously to better their work!
Heading out to L.A., doing this acting thing. You can’t rest on your laurels out there. You finish a film, you don’t know how it’s going to do. You’re talking about that next job, usually.
People who refuse to rest honorably on their laurels when they reach retirement age seem very admirable to me.
It is dangerous to sit on your laurels, but a lot of the time you only have to add one or two people to the fringes of a winning team to improve it.
You can’t sit back, rest on laurels and think about the past – what the journey has been.
It’s been the work that has carried me and I never wanted to rest on my laurels or go back and do what I done before.
We need to look to our laurels a bit with television in this country. I don’t think enough risks are being taken in drama television in the U.K., and I think a lot of programme makers are underestimating the intelligence of the viewing public, basing it all on ratings.
You can’t rest on your laurels. You have to continue to innovate; you have to continue to be different.
If Rajamouli is the brain and heart of ‘Baahubali,’ the producers are its skeleton, holding everything together, and the fans are the blood. Rajamouli deserves all the laurels, but he’s so modest that he diverts all of it towards his team.
We’re not the kind of people to just take a break and say everything’s going good, you know, let’s rest on our laurels, act like rock stars – we take it very seriously, and we certainly aren’t just celebrating and doing a victory lap.