How do you motivate a human being to do things against his own nature? There's two things: love and fear. And to me, love wins every time.
I managed to escape a violent carjacking. It was a very traumatizing point in my life and it made me realized that many women in South Africa are affected by crimes like this.
I'm an established fighter, not a fighter who needs steady progression.
I'm very stubborn and I don't like to lose.
We should not always discuss whether or not a player is angry.
It cannot be a good thing when a club is run solely from a commercially-driven perspective.
All my work's been disguise, really: hiding behind the character.
Atheists do not seek to violently impose their non-belief onto others. They simply reject all gods inherent to the 10,000 religions known to mankind.
The eradication of the Muslim Brotherhood is nothing less than an abolition of democracy and a guarantee that Arabs will continue living under authoritarian and corrupt regimes.
I'm very lucky because less than one percent of boxers get out of the game financially secure.
I always want to win games... and titles.
When you're in survival mode, you numb yourself.
We didn't worry about getting a venue or asking permission. We started out guerrilla. We were illegal, going down to the beach to burn this thing.
To us, anyone who opposes dictatorship is our friend. Those who support it, our enemy.
Cancer reminds me of a very bad but tenacious performer who, although no one wants to see, insists on doing an encore, having a return engagement, making a comeback and, worst of all, going on tour.
I'm not a natural comic, I don't think. That's why I gave up stand-up. It was hard. It involved a lot of death. Dying. Dying on stage. But it's one of those jobs you can only learn by doing it.
Everything went perfectly on 'In Bruges.' It was constant warfare, but I won all the battles and was really happy working with the actors and everything on the film.
My career has never really been a vertical kind of thing. I mean, it's always been a bit difficult for me.
A lot of people say to me, 'Stay grounded; be humble.' David Schwimmer was just like, 'You need to love what you do.' And I think that's really nice. Just love your work. My family has given me great advice saying, you know, 'Don't work too hard.' And it's really nice to have someone like that - you know that they love you.