Thursday, September 18, 2008

Young Hollywood & The Path They Have Taken

Say you are out somewhere, miles away from your destination and you have to walk. Really envision what it would be like to be miles away from home where walking is the only option. This now becomes an endeavor, a journey. Many will pass you, either by car or by foot, but many who pass will not experience what you are about to embark on. And it is these experiences that could make all the difference in the world. My point: While your walking home don't waste your time thinking about what it would be like if you had a car, wondering what it would be like to have something you don't. Instead, look around and keep an eye out for experience. If you don't feel as though your going in the right direction- as Oprah Winfrey says while speaking to the graduates at Standford in 2008, "get still, get very still, until you do know what to do...".

Don't rush success and cheat the path to your destination. You may get ruffled-up or see some miraculous things along the way. Understand- Patience is a key element to success.

Make Miracles Happen

To See Oprah's speech at Standford in 2008, please go to "Charlie TV" - The "Motivational" Channel

11 comments:

Ronald Jackson said...

Never looked at it like that. Pretty cool.

Tim said...

interesting way to look at it. you put it into perspective well.

Colin said...

good point

Glen said...

Good looking out brother

Robert D. said...

Once again you hit the nail on the head.

Anonymous said...

Makes sense anything could really happen and people definitely get caught up in seeing what they dont have and miss a lot.

Joanna said...

Saw your blog on myspace

You really have some good things to say and Oprah's speech is great. Thank you for taking the time out to share your thoughts.

Joanna from PA

Anonymous said...

Charlie TV is great.

Bill Draper said...

Different way of looking at it. I like the analogy.

Michael said...

Well said. Your right anything could really happen like you could see a car accident and next thing you know it took much longer to get to your destination.

Tina said...

Good analogy. Thanks.