How do I get known for something?

English idioms

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush Better to have the sparrow in hand than the pigeon on the roof stands on its own A penny for your thoughts I would like to know what you think stands on its own A penny saved is a penny earned Small cattle also make crap stands on its own A perfect storm A chain of unfortunate circumstances as part of a sentence A picture is worth 1000 words A picture is worth a thousand words stands on its own Actions speak louder than words Actions speak louder than words stands on its own Add insult to injury Sprinkle salt on the wound as part of a sentence Barking up the wrong tree To bark up the wrong tree as part of a sentence Birds of a feather flock together People of the same kind stick together stands on its own Bite off more than you can chew Take too much of your mouth as part of a sentence Break the ice Break the ice as part of a sentence By the skin of your teeth With hanging and choking as part of a sentence Comparing apples to oranges Compare apples with pears as part of a sentence Costs an arm and a leg Cost a fortune as part of a sentence Do something at the drop of a hat Just like that as part of a sentence Do unto others as you would have them do unto you What you don't want someone to do to you, don't do it to anyone else stands on its own Don't count your chickens before they hatch One should not chickens before they hatch the day stands on its own Don't cry over spilt milk What happened happened stands on its own Don't give up your day job Don't quit your job right away stands on its own Don't put all your eggs in one basket Don't put everything on one card stands on its own Every cloud has a silver lining Rain is followed by sunshine stands on its own Get a taste of your own medicine Got something paid back with the same coin as part of a sentence Give someone the cold shoulder Give someone the cold shoulder as part of a sentence Go on a wild goose chase Unsuccessful endeavor as part of a sentence Good things come to those who wait Good things take time stands on its own He has bigger fish to fry He has more important things to do stands on its own He's a chip off the old block He is quite the father stands on its own Hit the nail on the head Hit the nail on the head stands on its own Ignorance is bliss ignorance is a blessing stands on its own It ain't over till the fat lady sings It is not over till the evening stands on its own It takes one to know one One should not infer others from oneself stands on its own It's a piece of cake That’s a piece of cake stands on its own It's raining cats and dogs It pours like a bucket stands on its own Kill two birds with one stone Killing two birds with one stone stands on its own Let the cat out of the bag Let the cat out of the bag as part of a sentence Live and learn You never stop learning stands on its own Look before you leap Weigh first, then dare stands on its own On thin ice On thin ice as part of a sentence Once in a blue moon All jubilee years as part of a sentence Play devil's advocate Playing the advocate diaboli as part of a sentence Put something on ice Put something on ice as part of a sentence Rain on someone's parade Drive someone into the parade as part of a sentence Saving for a rainy day Put something on the high ledge as part of a sentence Slow and steady wins the race Haste makes waste stands on its own Spill the beans To divulge a secret as part of a sentence Take a rain check Come back to a little later as part of a sentence Take it with a grain of salt Not taking something so literally / seriously as part of a sentence The ball is in your court It is your decision stands on its own The best thing since sliced ​​bread A really great thing as part of a sentence The devil is in the details The devil is in the details stands on its own The early bird gets the worm First come first serve stands on its own The elephant in the room Talking past a problem as part of a sentence The whole nine yards The full program as part of a sentence There are other fish in the sea Other mothers also have beautiful sons / daughters stands on its own There's a method to his madness If this is madness, it has a method stands on its own There's no such thing as a free lunch Death is free and it costs life stands on its own Throw caution to the wind Throwing his concerns overboard as part of a sentence You can't have your cake and eat it too You can't dance at two weddings at the same time stands on its own You can't judge a book by its cover Judging something only from the outside stands on its own