Facts & Perspectives On Fame by Princess Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru on Arise TV News

Today’s topic is Fame. The ups, the downs, the highs and the lows of life as a celebrity!

Princess Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru

Fame. Riches. Power. Glamour. On stage! Millions of enthusiastic fans! Winning! Excitement! Being well known and well liked by a multitude of strangers from all around the world, can be one of the greatest feelings on earth. It takes great talent, a magnetic appearance, a strong desire for financial success and the grit, strength and confidence to succeed as a celebrity in the long run. It all starts with the quest for fame. The desire to achieve dreams or live like your role models. The desire to project your true art to the world. Many would do anything. Life threatening surgeries to alter physical appearances. Life risking actions just to get your foot in that room or a phone call from that main man.

Truth is, celebrities who handle fame most successfully, were born to be famous, lived for it, desired it, worked hard for it and would do anything to maintain it as their genuine happiness lies in being famous. Similarly, people who are most successful at leadership were born to lead, have the passion, the zeal, stamina, ethics, education and experience to evoke successful outcomes. Fame has very high moments of wealth, influence, admiration and unbelievable opportunities. And very low moments of mental heath issues, extreme image displeasure and bankruptcy. Fame goes “from drab to peacock” to “a dangerous drug” to the “killer of happiness” and then a disease of perfection that can get “very lonely at the top”.

Concluding Remarks

Not everyone will be globally recognized but if fame is highly desirous to you, being best with an artistic talent will get you there faster and longer than 15 mins of risky virality. Push your Dreams in a focused, ethical, intelligent and confident manner and all your heart desires will manifest extrinsically and intrinsically. Intrinsic happiness and greater humanity are two keys to a better world today. Our world needs a much stronger dosage of healthy love, care and intrinsic happiness.

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