Quote by Sebastian Coe
All pressure is self-inflicted. It's what you make of it or how you let it rub off on you.
This quote suggests that pressure, although it may come from external sources, is ultimately influenced by our own mindset and how we choose to perceive and handle it. It implies that individuals have the power to determine whether they view pressure as overwhelming or as a motivating force. The quote highlights the importance of personal agency and resilience, implying that we have the ability to control and manage the impact of pressure on our lives. Ultimately, it suggests that our response to pressure is within our control.
Most of man's problems in the modern world arise from the constant and unavoidable exposure to the stimuli of urban and industrial civilization, the varied aspects of environmental pollution, the physiological disturbances associated with sudden changes in ways of life, the estrangement from the conditions and natural cycles under which human evolution took place, the emotional trauma and the paradoxical solitude in congested cities, the monotony, boredom and compulsory leisure
If you go to Sundance, the experience that I've had there as a viewer is... there's like a hundred movies there, and you've got to figure out what movies are sold out, what can you see. Sometimes you go to see movies that you don't know anything about because it just works into your schedule.