I think if you stop bad habits, and you stop long enough, you develop good habits.
One day I woke up with an atrocious hangover, and it hurt so badly that I told myself, 'It's time to stop. I can't do it anymore. It's not good. It hurts too much.'
Any form of a winning record in the conference is an accomplishment.
I don't really look at myself as a role model. And I just am the way I am and if people want to look up to me, they do. By no means do I like to give a negative image either.
I believe in love that's fun, that is caring, giving, and that is honest.
You only live once and you don't know it because of the everyday activities, but if you walk around knowing you only have one time on this planet, you'll make a whole lot more of it.
When you go to awards shows these days, you can walk through a room and they give you everything for free: sunglasses, guitars, stuff for the wife.
Social support is everything.
There's this idea that when you turn 40, you automatically go to adult contemporary heaven, but I want to try and challenge that.
Back in the day, if you did any commercials or were affiliated with a company you were a sellout. Now it's kind of normal to do that.
It does get crazy sometimes, but I've never complained about stopping to give autographs or anything like that.
The magic's back, folks.
I just had to block someone on Facebook who was impersonating my wife.
I think it now comes down to whether you have the skills or not.
I was an alcoholic, for sure. It became a problem steadily over the course of six years.
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