I wish I could just go tell all the young women I work with all these fabulous women ‘Believe in yourself and negotiate for yourself. Own your own success.’ I wish I could tell that to my daughter. But it’s not that simple.
I went to America and got into a band had success had hits in Australia.
I was trying to uphold what I thought feminism was as best I could by supporting women by trying to create an opportunity to get women to get together play music together and celebrate the fact that we are having great success making music on our own and together.
I think that everything you do helps you to write if you’re a writer. Adversity and success both contribute largely to making you what you are. If you don’t experience either one of those you’re being deprived of something.
I don’t know what keeps me going. Sometimes I wonder… I think it’s just pure perseverance and wanting to succeed and having that burning desire to always have success.
I don’t like Tommy on Broadway at all. I like the music I’m pleased with Pete’s success but I don’t like what they’ve done to it.
I define success as being comfortable with yourself and your life. And that is about as good as it gets really.
I did not become successful in my work through embracing or engaging in celebrity culture. I never signed away my privacy in exchange for success.
From success you get a lot of things but not that great inside thing that love brings you.
For a good 10 to 12 years I was working non-stop and I wasn’t really enjoying my success.