There was a great deal of peer recognition to be gained in elementary school by being able to draw well. One girl could draw horses so well, she was looked upon as a kind of sorceress.
Most painters want recognition, especially by their peers.
Most painters want recognition, especially by their peers. I achieved that a long time ago with TV. I don't need any more.
A successful person isn't necessarily better than her less successful peers at solving problems; her pattern-recognition facilities have just learned what problems are worth solving.
I was considered by my peers to be a good comedian. So that's all I ever strived to do was get some recognition from my peers.
Creating my own world in a comic or selling my first penny newspaper aged nine was a way of gaining recognition and acceptance by my peers.
Women tend to have recognition and peer group support - recognition from friends and family that this has to be a big issue in their lives. They're more comfortable expressing the need for support and receiving it.
Peer pressure and social norms are powerful influences on behaviour, and they are classic excuses.
I will tell you King's First Law of Recognition: You never get it when you want it, and then when it comes, you get too much.
Billie Jean King