You can't stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.
I'm like Jane Austen - I work on the corner of the dining table.
I've never had a study in my life. I'm like Jane Austen - I work on the corner of the dining table.
Sometimes you become the person people try to pin you into a corner to be, which is not really fair.
Sometimes you've got to tip your cap when they're painting stuff on the corner. But you can't give up, got to keep battling and make some adjustments.
As someone who used to work in an abortion clinic and who now has helped over 425 people get out of the abortion industry, I have hundreds of first-hand accounts of what abortion clinics do to cut corners on cleanliness and health. Truly disgusting tales.
I have been traveling to every corner of the great state of Florida. I've met some great people and we've had an honest discussion about the failures of Washington.
The right people don't care about a corner office - they care about the culture, if you're mission-driven, what you're going to do to make the world a better place.
My voice went recently, never happened before, off like a tap. I had to sit in silence for nine days, chalkboard around my neck. Like an old-school mime. Like a kid in the naughty corner. Like a Victorian mute.
A lot of people record on a laptop and use plug-ins, which might be OK for the kind of music that they're doing. But for the kind of music that I'm doing, that just doesn't work. I can't cut corners; everything has to be organic.