I became a mom at 37 and having a child has been an emancipation for me.
When I became proficient as a salesman I was invited to teach new hires.
Before I sat down and became a writer, before I began to do it habitually and for my living, there was a decades-long stretch when I was terrified that it would suck, so I didn’t write. I think that marks a lot of people, a real terror at being bad at something, and unfortunately, you...
I focused on how these people became how they were.
The first time I stepped on an NBA court I became a businessman.
The major wars that the U.S. became involved in are all ethically defensible.
The reason I became a better player was because I came to Philly.
I had a calling to become what I became – I was created to do this.
I was never really happy until I became ‘Doctor Who’.
I passed a typing test and became a member of the staff of Rear Adm. Newton.
I mean we grew up in a TB bus and I became a TB doctor.
My hobbies just sort of gradually became my vocation.
Back in ’93 I saw my first UFC fight and just became enamored by it then.
If monkey became a man, then a man can become a hero.
I can now say that the more I learnt about Islam, the more tolerant I became.
Immediately after the Floyd experience, I became a pop record producer.
Blues became rock, rock became soul, and all of it was colorblind.
I haven’t paid for anything since I became famous.