training is important.
If there's a 5K
walk in the community, train for that.
to have alone time.
However, that's the first thing that goes
on a busy day. Fortunately for me, because
of my job,
I have to find the time to do it. At least
that's the way my mind sees it.
to produce pictures
because I've been in so many and I just
making movies. I like to be fully involved
in each movie I do whether I'm starring
in it or producing it. I look at the rushes
every day and discuss the film with the
director, throwing in advice if needed.
I recognise the importance
of every stage of film making and so many
things can go wrong.
I try to create
an environment where the least mistakes
can happen. I see them coming up because
I've been there, so now it's easier to find
solutions and rectify problems.
thing with a child is that you love
them, you protect them and you help
them to grow and find out who they are.
And as a parent,
it's my responsibility
to help them to become independent and get
all the knowledge
and a broad view of the world
I know that Nic
absolutely agrees with that. And that's
what's important: being there.
are necessary evils.
is an important
thing in terms of representing freedom
in our world.
it's enhanced every single part of my life.
It really, really reminds you of what's
and what brings you great joy.
... I never really knew
very many babies
before. I had hardly ever spent any time
with them. And I just love
him. It's heaven.
is our most important
and we have to do everything we can to ensure
that it is protected for all future
is more important
than the last hundred million
have a hard
with morals. All I know
is what feels
right, what's more important
to me is being honest
about who you are. Morals I get a little
hung up on.
at the grocery store is just as important
in engines or medical systems. If the customer
if the stuff is getting stale, if the shelf
isn't right, or if the offerings aren't
right, it's the same thing. You manage
it like a small organization.
You don't get hung up on zeros.
is rewarding and a lot of fun,
but it's not the most important
thing in my life
because I know
when this is all over, the Master
isn't going to ask
me how many things I owned or how many television
I did. I think the questions will be, What
did I do to make a difference?
Did I learn
to live with love in my heart?