I started learning filmmaking by joining a weekend film school in Bengaluru. I made some amateur short films that got appreciation from people around me.
I'm really enjoying the process of learning to fly. How it will fit into my life down the road - I'm looking forward to discovering that.
I started off in this dreadful, vulgar film called 'The Libertine.' I was just learning. I needed the money.
Seeing much, suffering much, and studying much, are the three pillars of learning.
You'd always see a lady or a little girl sitting at a piano. I decided I wanted to play something more unexpected, so that's when I got interested in learning to play the guitar.
I'm constantly learning with each new job, especially about people, which is important for playing characters.
It's something I started learning when I was at Watford, about the community side of what football has. It wasn't until I went back to Portsmouth that I thought it's not just about kicking balls and winning games of football. It's what the club means in the community.
Learning how to rap actually improved my English, because it forced me to talk fast, and I used to suck at that.
I continuously go further and further learning about my own limitations, my body limitation, psychological limitations. It's a way of life for me.
This is the thing that I think we're all learning from the Chinese: that this merging of messaging, media, and payments together really makes sense to people.
I acted in theater and I took film classes when I was 12 and just obsessed over it. I loved it and spent hours and hours in the film studio learning and watching.
As I grew, I began learning and speaking a word or two in Bengali and that increased my friends circle.
Gardening does so much for your brain. You're learning how a process works, and how important it is to do everything right so that you can eventually enjoy a tomato three months later. I've always been patient, but gardening really helps you with that.
Whether I'm running, working, relating, parenting, learning - whatever I'm doing, I want to surround myself with people who push me.
The worst mistake you can make with children is to talk to them in a condescending, patronising way and think that you can teach them something. You have to understand that it is you who will be learning from them. You have to get into their world and see things from their perspective.
We're not that much smarter than we used to be, even though we have much more information - and that means the real skill now is learning how to pick out the useful information from all this noise.
Each day I'm learning more and more and getting more comfortable.
Working keeps me young. Anything that exercises the brain like learning lines.
I never particularly thought of myself as great with girls. I can be awkward, and I have a strange sense of humor at times. But I've also been learning to try and embrace that.
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