I'm always having ideas. I'd like to continue being able to realise the ideas I have.
Only the ideas that we really live have any value.
I've had really great experiences working with first-time directors. They come at filmmaking with fresh ideas. I've been very lucky that way.
You can only generate ideas when you put pencil to paper, brush to canvas... when you actually do something physical.
Fashion has always been a repetition of ideas, but what makes it new is the way you put it together.
I love to read history books, which is where I get my ideas. I also read historical romance for pleasure.
I don't hear record companies coming up with any good ideas or suggestions. Historically, if it ain't their idea, it ain't no good, so you got that to contend with.
I'm not like a Sears Catalog of ideas. I don't have that many ideas. I've more or less written them over the years. Usually, I come up with a situation or a character, and it rattles around in my head until the story or the plot emerges.
I will commit myself to making this state an even greater place to live, work and raise a family. I intend to reach out from border to border to hear first-hand from our citizens about their thoughts, concerns and ideas for our state.
Ideas move rapidly when their time comes.
Most of my ideas just come out funny.
Most people have their best ideas when they take their minds away from problems they're trying to solve.
When you have somebody writing or acting for you, you have to be free to have them hate you so you can get your ideas across without worrying.
At the root of everything I do is a fascination with ideas - what ideas are for, what jobs they do.
Couture has copied my things for years, in addition to countless other costume designers, claiming theirs were the original ideas. It's all part of the business, unfortunately.
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