I began my writing career in a very isolated place and time.
I couldn’t see myself filling some definite niche in what is called a career. This was all misty.
I think that the success of the franchise is helpful for launching different aspects of my career. It’s sort of the reliable cousin that you can always count on for every family reunion. Because of ‘Step Up’ I’ve been able to really take my career to the next level. I have them to thank for a lot of my success.
When you have absolutely no idea what’s going to happen to you or what your career’s going to end up like and you’re just really open to anything, then you don’t really have anything to loose.
Having a simple career as a musician who liked music was good enough for me.
I was never successful in a noteworthy way, no one wrote about me, and I didn’t have recognition. I’ve met a lot of musicians along the way who thought I was good, and they knew that was important to me. Having a simple career as a musician who liked music was good enough for me.
In my own deepening understanding of myself I find my capacity to serve others is deepened as well. The better I am at self-care the more genuinely nurturing of others I am able to be.
[My breasts] had a pretty good career. I’ve basically been tagging along for the ride.
My career only took off because of one football game. I thought it was funny. ‘Playboy’ called and offered me a cover just like that. I turned them down initially, because I was nervous about it and my boyfriend at the time didn’t want me to do it, but they kept coming back , so I eventually said yes.
My breasts have a career. I’m just tagging along.
I feel that, at this point in my career, I don’t want to do another television show. I don’t want to do a film.
I wanted to retire from all that, but I guess my breasts still have a career, and I’m just tagging along with them.
I’ve created my own career in my life, and I’ve had a lot of fun doing it. I think that’s good.
I learned a lot about working with children, and about myself, and it reinforced my decision to pursue a career in teaching.
There were many occasions in my career where I could have given up, where I asked myself whether I would ever make it.
Donald Trump may undermine some of the traditional checks on the presidency: the press in particular, but also the various government and Congressional ethics bodies, as well as the career civil service.
I don’t know what I’m doing in the next five minutes and she has the next ten years figured out. I’ll worry about making it out of ninth grade alive. Then I’ll think about a career path.
It’s fine to have talent, but talent is the last of it. In an acting career, as in an acting performance, you’ve got to have vitality. The secret of successful acting is identical with a woman’s beauty secret: joy in living.
Dancing is a tough career, but I’m glad I spent it at the Royal Ballet.
I’m a big fan of fiction film where you have a story and you have to transform that into a visual language, basically working with actors and also transforming that into how you pronounce that in the visual language of the shots, the construction of the shots and the lighting. All of that appealed to me from the beginning of my career at the university. When I graduated from the university, I wanted to deal mainly with that, with the visual aspect of the movie.
When I went to Philadelphia I was 26 years old and really sitting on top of the world. Family life, a professional career, plenty of friends and associates, and a good reputation, a wish list that could be the envy of many.
The first professional game that I ever played remains, to me, the most exciting moment of my professional career.
I grew up being the girl who would always tune in to watch famous people talk about their careers, how they handled scandals and mega fame. I’m trying to pick up tips.
I might even pursue a career in politics. If I do, I will have had great practice dealing with the avalanche of daily criticism from working at Fox News and being a former Miss America. I’m ready for anything!
I like the fact that I’m involved in a career that gives me so many different mediums to perform in.
I wouldn’t count it out, but right now I feel like my career is still just starting. The best years are yet to come.
I believe I could have had a career in the music industry without ‘X Factor,’ but it was an amazing platform that propelled me to where I am now.
My parents have always done what they’ve loved, and they’ve had many different careers.
I had a great career and I enjoyed all of it, with the exception of losing.
I know I’m happy and can’t wait to see where my career will go next. This isn’t the end for any of us. I can understand why they are upset but I want them to move forward and look for the future.
That’s just a stressful way to live – saying, ‘OK who’s doing great, who’s doing better than me?’ … Let me just worry about me. I’m not worried about anyone else. If you’re doing fine, great; if you’re struggling, I hope things get better for you. But I’ve got to be worried about my career.
Actually, 19 is in charge of our career at that point. FOX publicity is in charge of the publicity that we get. I’m fine with it, it is really organized.
If I were beginning my career today, I don’t think I would take the same direction. Television is at a crossroads at the moment. And although I am not up to date technologically, I suspect that somewhere out there people are conveying things about natural history by means other than television, and I think if I were beginning today, I’d be there.
Right now, my career is in three directions: as a performer, as an arranger, as an author – and I don’t give any one of them true precedent, or true top marks, as opposed to the other two.
My initial career, really, as a baby, was as a singer.