Being A Role Model Quotes by Charles Barkley, John Wooden, Kel Mitchell, Tiger Woods, Khalil Gibran, Demi Lovato and many others.
I don’t believe professional athletes should be role models. I believe parents should be role models.
Being a role model is the most powerful form of educating. Youngsters need good models more than they need critics. It’s one of a parent’s greatest responsibilities and opportunities.
Being a role model, you just got to watch what you do.
I like the idea of being a role model. It’s an honor.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth.
Being a role model is the most powerful form of educating…too often fathers neglect it because they get so caught up in making a living they forget to make a life.
To me, I don’t think it does anybody any good to just hide something or cover it up or lie or whatever. I think … that’s what being a role model is all about. It’s not about being perfect. It’s about speaking about your issues and inspiring others to get help.
I would like to be called an inspiration to people, not a role model – because I make mistakes like everybody else. When I’m offstage, I’m just like everybody else.
Everybody talks about being a role model. But if you look up the word ‘role’ in a dictionary, it describes playing a part. Everything I’m into, it’s real to me. There’s nothing fake about it.
Leaders are more powerful role models when they learn than when they teach.
Whether or not you have children yourself, you are a parent to the next generation. If we can only stop thinking of children as individual property and think of them as the next generation, then we can realize we all have a role to play.
I like looking feminine and I enjoy being a role model. I enjoy being a woman. It all comes down to having the confidence to be who you are.
I am not interested in being a role model, or in fulfilling the expectations of others. I know I am of most use to others and to myself by being this unique self: Nature, I have noticed, is not particularly devoted to copies, and human beings needn’t be either.
My biggest thing about being a role model is whatever I’m preaching, I’m practicing.
Being a role model is about being true to myself.
No, I like being a role model because I know how much comfort my musical idols brought me.
The most important role models in people’s lives, it seems, aren’t superstars or household names. They’re “everyday” people who quietly set examples for you-coaches, teachers, parents. People about whom you say to yourself, perhaps not even consciously, “I want to be like that.”