Words matter. These are the best Conscious Decision Quotes from famous people such as Alex Tizon, Huma Qureshi, Duffy, Lee Mack, Dino Morea, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
It wasn’t a conscious decision to search for my Asian self; it was an urgency born out of an emptiness I was trying to fill.
My conscious decision has always been to do work that’s meaningful and play characters that give something to the film.
It was never a conscious decision – I was introducing myself as Duffy and my friends were calling me Duffy, so I just knocked off the first half of my name. For me it’s no big deal, but a lot of people want to unearth why I’ve called myself this. It’s just what I’m known as, you know.
If I am old-fashioned, it’s not a conscious decision. I just do material that I think is funny.
It was a conscious decision to stop in 2010 because the roles coming my way were terrible and I would have dug my grave had I continued.
So I’ve never made a conscious decision to cajole people into thinking I’m not that slacker guy from ‘My Family’ anymore.
I like to refer to myself as king sometimes, not as queen. That’s a conscious decision, because I feel like women are just equally as powerful.
I don’t remember sitting down and saying, ‘This is why I want to be – an actress.’ I just knew. It was never a conscious decision or a revelation.
I prefer to take up films where I have a substantial role and screen space, though there’s nothing like a conscious decision of doing one film a year because I haven’t reached that stage yet.
No, I don’t miss the character of Akshara, but I cherish it. I will cherish it all my life. Leaving Akshara was a conscious decision of my life, and I was well prepared. When you are well prepared, then you don’t miss, but you cherish it for a lifetime.
Once upon a time, I was very shy and you wouldn’t even see me in a room. Then, when I was 16, I made the conscious decision to not be afraid of anything – this was about the time I picked up the bagpipes too – and my life pretty much changed forever.
Each and every role I have done has been a conscious decision.
A lot goes in my mind while choosing a role. Choosing unconventional roles is not a conscious decision. I choose the most exciting and challenging role from the options I have.
Right after ‘Backspacer,’ my best friend got killed tragically. Something happened to me then where I got super motivated. I had a shelf of all this unfinished music… So I just went to work and made a conscious decision that I was going to finish a bunch of stuff. Life’s short.
It’s a conscious decision to keep trying to do something new, to do things that excite me from my gut.
Forgive: Make a conscious decision to cease to harbor resentment, which includes forgiving a debt and giving up one’s resolve to retaliate.
Not only have I improved my mental health, I’ve actually made a real conscious decision to go and improve my physical health, as well.
And I do think that earlier in my career, I did make a very conscious decision to make sure that I was doing work that wasn’t necessarily given to me, and that people didn’t necessarily think that I would be able to do.
After doing ‘War and Peace,’ I suddenly got lots of seductress roles. It’s easy to put people into a category after you’ve seen them in one thing that you feel fits with them. But I’m trying to make a conscious decision to do different things.
I made a conscious decision when I was about 30 that I wanted to do something different with my life. I felt a little bit lost and didn’t trust people, so I decided to move to America.
‘The 25th Hour’ came out of the decision – a really very conscious decision – that I needed a story set within a compressed time frame because that would help focus the story.
When I turned 21, I started losing weight – again, a normal thing for any girl my age. I did not take a conscious decision to reduce my weight.
You have to make a conscious decision to change for your own well-being and that of your family and your country.
My beliefs encompass all religions. But I never show my religious inclination in my films. My characters have dark sides; they aren’t the god-fearing characters. It wasn’t a conscious decision. I’m a very lazy and emotional person who connects with the common man.
I had to make a major decision with myself because I just don’t think you can do both: try to have a baby career and raise it and have a baby baby and raise it. And to try to do justice to either one. It was a very conscious decision on my part not to have children – which I have never regretted.
It was a conscious decision on my part to take up fewer films. And if you’re not seen that often on screen, nobody calls you to perform at an awards ceremony.
It wasn’t a conscious decision to be bold or anything. It all depends on how different artists envision me.
My sabbatical from Bollywood was a conscious decision. I was never in the rat race.
I’ve never made a conscious decision to choose work over other considerations.
Right around 2004 when ‘Ray’ came out, I made a conscious decision to be more discerning because I thought to myself, ‘After something like this, I really have to try to be strong enough to turn stuff down.’
It is a conscious decision that I do films in different languages.
It was never a conscious decision to stay away from Telugu cinema.
I made a conscious decision to live my life the best way I could and that meant to publicise myself as little as possible.
I made a conscious decision when I was recording ‘Acoustic Soul’ to – and this is one of my mantras – follow the music and let the chips fall where they may.
I made a conscious decision back then that I would rather be the best actress who ever lived than the most famous one.
I’ve always loved pinup art, and I’ve always enjoyed drawing women. I think it was a conscious decision that has resulted in me getting almost exclusive work on comics where the main character is female.
I made a conscious decision after I did ‘The Duchess of Malfi’ at the Old Vic in 2012, when my daughter was six months old, to try doing more screen work.
When I was 15 or so, I made a conscious decision to try and sing with a big voice. Everybody I listened to had these big voices, and I wanted to try it. The blessing is that I could.
To change a habit, make a conscious decision, then act out the new behavior.
I made a conscious decision not to tell anyone in my life. Now I tell people – don’t tell anyone your idea until you have invested enough of yourself in it that you are not going to turn back. When a person has an idea at that conception moment it is the most vulnerable – one negative comment could knock you off course.
I made a conscious decision not to date actors.
For example, I was discussing the use of email and how impersonal it can be, how people will now email someone across the room rather than go and talk to them. But I don’t think this is laziness, I think it is a conscious decision people are making to save time.
Here’s a news flash: No soldier gives his life. That’s not the way it works. Most soldiers who make a conscious decision to place themselves in harm’s way do it to protect their buddies. They do it because of the bonds of friendship – and it goes so much deeper than friendship.
I loved my work, and it was a conscious decision to give my best all the time.
I made the conscious decision to not have kids, and I didn’t want to be married.
Pay attention to how you think and speak, and if it turns out that you’re sounding snide or crappy or doubtful, make the conscious decision to change.
It wasn’t a conscious decision to pick only positive roles. Things just fell into place.
I made a conscious decision to join Bayern because of the presence of Guardiola.
I pretty much made a conscious decision to make projects a lot of people can relate to.
There’s a conscious decision to everything I do.
By the time I started to study, it was a conscious decision. It wasn’t just something my mother wanted for me, as it is with most of those little girls. So I really worked at dancing – from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. every day – and I loved it.
My mum made a conscious decision not to teach me any Indian languages so I wouldn’t talk with an accent.
I remember starting working on the concept and the script for ‘Pacific Rim’ with a very, very conscious decision to say, ‘I don’t want any of these big sequences to take place in America,’ because I feel like that’s become so regular to the disaster genre, and then it sort of devolves into landmark stomping.
I made a very conscious decision to quit acting. I was on a series, and we were in the process of renegotiating. They had an idea of what they thought I was worth, and I had an idea that was quite different.
Yes, TV is the dominant medium in Pakistan, but it was a conscious decision to have an Indian film as my first release. Being launched in an Indian film with a great script, character, and music is half the battle won. The rest is destiny.