Respect Yourself Quotes

The worst thing that an actor can do is go into any project with a lack of respect for the material. You can have an opinion about it but you have to respect yourself in doing it.

You can't respect yourself if you're afraid to be who you are.

You can be sexy but respect yourself and make sure you get that respect.

If you don't appreciate what you have in life right now whatever it is you will never realize your purpose. Without appreciation you will never become strong enough to respect yourself.

Above all things respect yourself.

But respect yourself most of all.

Always respect yourself and don't go out there disrespecting yourself.

You can only ask to be respected if you respect yourself.

If the advice is simply to respect yourself and follow the path that you want to follow that would be the best advice I could ever pass on.

Boxing is the magic of men in combat the magic of will and skill and pain and the risking of everything so you can respect yourself for the rest of your life.

Those who practice deserve your respect. If you respect them you respect yourself. It's easy to be critical but it does no good. What's important is to be supportive of all who practice.

Have respect for yourself and patience and compassion. With these you can handle anything.

You have to respect your audience. Without them you're essentially standing alone singing to yourself.

You should go to the polls organize yourself. But once lawmakers are chosen they must be respected.

I learned especially from my mother to respect the profession and take it seriously but not take yourself too seriously.

Never fear a job always respect it and always leave yourself a hind door to escape. May your hind door always be open.

Respect talent. Get respect where respect is due but don't be caught up in yourself where you do things obliviously and not pay attention to what is going on.

When you start really respecting yourself those you love and your money the result is that you start having control over your money. What follows from that is control over your life.

Respect yourself. Try to remember that not everything in life can be perfect. You will make mistakes. That's inevitable. But you are not ugly. You will only be ugly when you behave in an ugly way.

I believe acting is very physical and when you have to fight or do those kinds of things it takes a lot of respect not to allow yourself to go off and hurt yourself or someone else.

Healthy respect for yourself.

Above all have respect for yourself.

Overcoming difficulties leads to courage self-respect and knowing yourself.

* The essential respect is the one in your own heart for yourself.

Have respect for yourself and no one can take away your self respect.

Whenever you respect and admire a spiritual quality it starts to grow in yourself.

If you want to be successful you must respect one rule. Never lie to yourself.

If you want to be successful you must respect one rule. NEVER TO LIE TO YOURSELF.

Give yourself a great self-respect to know who you are then your confidence will shine on you

If you lose yourself then no one's going to respect or pay attention to anything you have.

If you're going to maintain any kind of self-respect you're going to have to keep secrets from yourself.

Meditation requires courage. It requires the basic integrity sincerity respect towards your own being. At least don't deceive yourself.

Deal with yourself as a individual worthy of respect and make everyone else deal with you the same way.

I did it for the money. But its not worth much if you cant face yourself in the mirror. Respect is the ultimate currency.

Always think of yourself as everyone's servant; look for Christ Our Lord in everyone and you will then have respect and reverence for them all.

Try to find the right balance of keeping things exciting and treating your audience with respect and also treating yourself as an artist with respect.

It's impossible to feel good about yourself if you are doing things that you aren't proud of. . . . It's essential that you . . . [do] things you can respect and admire.