Raising The Bar Quotes by Scott Adkins, Seth Godin, Bindu, Gul Panag, John Leguizamo, Niki Lauda and many others.
I put so much pressure on myself to raise the bar with each and every project. I treat it like every film is my last, and I make sure I pour everything I have into every film I make because if I’m not trying to improve, someone else will.
The weird set an example for the rest of us. They raise the bar. They show us through their actions that in fact we’re wired to do the new, not to comply with someone a thousand miles away.
If you raise the bar and offer your best to others then you deserve the same or better. Sometimes you have to divorce people who add no value to your life because they have nothing to offer but drama.
Idea is to constantly raise the bar, push the boundaries. Fitness is ultimately a journey, not a destination.
I don’t know if tennis players feel like that but when you have a great opponent – although I didn’t feel like he [ Ben Mendelsohn ] was an opponent – you just know your game is going to jack up and it’s just going to raise the bar. I couldn’t wait for that elevation.
Sebastian [ Vettel] can also learn to be more laid-back. It’s never too late to learn. He’s got some way to go. He’s young and will turn out well. I’m not worried about that. He’ll raise the bar ever higher.
The building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.
I want to say to anyone who works in a drone workplace, raise the bar! There’s no reason why you have to dress to the lowest common denominator.
If you’re the band leader you ask more of yourself than anyone else, so they tend to raise the bar for me.
Be certain that you easily clear the minimum standards for service as a missionary and that you are continually raising the bar.
Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.
The biggest mistake in helping undeserved kids is not raising the bar high enough. Children will believe if you believe in them.
Once in a rare while, somebody comes along who doesn’t just raise the bar, they create an entirely new standard of measurement.
What we need now is the greatest generation of young adults in the history of the Church. We need your whole heart and soul. In other words, it’s time to raise the bar not only for missionaries but also for returned missionaries and for your entire generation.
I love the 3D revolution. I love the technology today that continues to push the envelope, continues break the new ground, and continues to raise the bar.
If you don’t raise the bar, how will you ever know your potential?
A competitor continually sets new goals. He feels the need to keep raising the bar. If the fist goal is to make the team, and he achieves it, he immediately resets the goal to: I want to be a starter.
Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.
Set your business plan to win; raise the bar or you’re not going to be prepared. You need to think that what you’re doing will make you $100 million.
Leaders are not born, they’re made.
It is incumbent upon us all to raise the bar, whether you are a multibillion-dollar international corporation or a mom-and-pop selling blackberry jam.
I’m always inspired by people who raise the bar, whether in their field of work, parenthood, or giving back.
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
Another show I really enjoyed working on was Raising The Bar. I did four or five episodes of that show.
Become the kind of leader that people would follow voluntarily; even if you had no title or position.
Videoing, lifting it, prodding it, and five minutes later they might even eat it! That first approach to the naked eye is crucial, so when you see pictures coming through on your social media, it does push you to be a little more creative and raise the bar a little bit higher.
We only get what we believe that we deserve. Raise the bar, raise your standards and you will receive a better outcome.
The changing economic situation, the changing global market means it is understandable that employers are constantly raising the bar. It is challenging the education system to come up with ever higher standards to meet the expectation of employers.
Leaders aren’t born they are made.
You can raise the bar or you can wait for others to raise it, but it’s getting raised regardless.
I can’t raise the bar of others if I haven’t raised the bar for myself.
If you’re unwilling to leave someplace you’ve outgrown, you will never reach your full potential. To be the best, you have to constantly be challenging yourself, raising the bar, pushing the limits of what you can do. Don’t stand still, leap forward.
I want to be working with directors who are at the top of their game. I want to be raising the bar for myself, and to me, the best way to do that is to prove to them that I’m the best for this job.
We’ve been working on the visual effects for a year, so we’re trying to raise the bar. Stuff will absolutely come out at the screen, but it will absolutely not look as bad as that tire in Final Destination.
Nintendo DS is not standing still. As a tenth serious competitor decides to make a run at Game Boy, DS raises the bar on portable gaming, before they even get started.
I think that you try to raise the bar on whatever you do because you know, in this day of having to deal with a lot of reality TV, people say that scripted programming is dying, so you have to try to create something that can live in people’s minds, long after they see it.
A twinge of wonderment that might charm the most cynical of New York dance fansвЂ¦They raise the bar, and then they jump over it.
I don’t think we have any choice. I think we have an obligation to change the rules, to raise the bar, to play a different game, and to play it better than anyone has any right to believe is possible.
Don’t raise the bar and narrow the gap, but narrow the gap to raise the bar.
I think that, back in the day, there used to be a lot of horror films that kind of had a checklist of what went into making the ‘perfect horror film’, and I think now people are raising the bar in the industry, as far as the types of horror films that are being made.