"Career" Sayings and Quotes
Climbing to the top demands strength, whether it is to the top of Mount Everest or to the top of your career.
The first part of my career, how I was paying the bills was commercials. I was just doing tons of commercials.
It takes a career, a lifetime, to build up a reputation, and only one misstep for it all to crumble away.
When I was right out of college, I felt competitive with some of the guys in my class over career stuff.
Aside from ROH, just getting a taste of Wrestle Kingdom at the Tokyo Dome with NJPW has me really excited at the prospect of furthering and developing my career in Japan.
I don't really have foresight as an actor as far as career trajectory - I just stick to no-brainer situations.
When the opportunity to choreograph came up, it was nothing more in my head but an opportunity. Then it suddenly became a career very quickly.
I come to Comic-Con in San Diego because this is where those fans are - those to whom I owe the longevity of my career.
It's exciting to work with stars, but there is no reason to be nervous because in the initial stages of my career, I have worked with Akshay Kumar, Aishwarya Rai, Salman Khan... I have worked with these stars, so nervousness has gone out my system after that.
It's a strange thing to be a so-called alternative cartoonist, because in the early part of my career, I was really tethered to the superhero world.
To make a career as an Irish actor, generally it's the case that you move to London. When you make that move, you do tend to stand out.
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If you're waiting for the perfect moment, you'll never write a thing because it will never arrive. I have no routine. I have no foolproof anything. There's nothing foolproof.
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