How to Become Famous by Running Away from Fame in USA, NYC
Some people want to be famous. Some people want to be not famous. As a rule of thumb, if you do not want to be famous you are more likely to become famous. Whereas if, on the other hand, desperately want fame, then you have another thing coming.
So, what does this mean? If you want to be famous, should you act like you do not want to be famous, and fool everybody into making you famous? On the other hand, if you do not want to become famous should you act like you want to be famous?
No. Making either of those short-term strategies work is likely to be ineffective. Because trying to portray what you are not, is a losing battle in so-called “real life” here in this great country of ours.
Time for the Grand Finali Known as “NYC Create”
Okay let’s face it. The Pandemic initially was horrible for NYC, making it seem as if it was no longer a place to be that was an environment that was helpful to creating.
That was the general thought at least. Needless to say, those in the domain of looking at the process of “NYC Create” turned out to be the winners if they leveraged the negative. The 1 percenter people were the first to bail. Why? Because they feared it would be too difficult to make a profit if they remained in the city that never sleeps.
So, they immediately moved themselves and their operations to places like Texas and Florida, due to the belief that they needed to lower their overhead expenses to keep bringing in that moolah. And as a strategy it worked for most.
But ironically, it was those who did not have as many resources and therefore had to stay put, who “in a sense” won. How? The most successful of these folks were the ones who leveraged the pain (and there was a lot of it) who got the last laugh.
While the wealthy, so called “New Yorkers” grabbed their first chance to “Get out of dodge,” while many true New Yorkers stayed, plus in many cases they did not have the means to relocate anyway. Projects that we were involved with was somewhat along the lines of what might those who stayed do?
The project was an attempt to make a difference in the healing of the “Big Apple” and was entitled “Save NYC Together.”
Final Analysis of What is the True American Dream Realized
Obviously, no one can say for certain, but if all that you have experienced here, as well as in other places, is the feeling that maybe you can do what is needed to attain your “American Dream” (and even the “Magic” of it) it could be a big step forward you!
All of Us Can Get Along
You have landed on NYC Create as we look at the UDHR, which stands for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and includes aspects of what is necessary for all of us to get along despite beliefs and religion as well as opinion and information. On this day, December 10, which is Human Rights Day.
Another right, freedom from the state or personal interference, protects all the other rights. Sadly, some of the UDHR has yet to be followed along with, but the document itself has indeed stood the test of time. It represents the empowerment of every human being in the world along with bestowing the right for individuals to stand up for their own human rights.
It is the tradition on this day to to grant the yearly United Nations Prizes in the Field of Human Rights including the Nobel Peace Prize.
Generating Art and Blog Entries
In many ways New York has lost the cultural luster that it has had for so long. No theater, the museums, no creative events and so on. What is left of Manhattan, NY at this point is online on video conferencing such as Zoom. Just when everything seemed amiss, Performing Artists and Visual Artists of all kinds, came together with a pact to keep generating art and blog entries.
A Network of Blogs
This creator of creative unity is Blog Coalition which is literally what its name implies: a network of blogs who support each other through this difficult time.
Since its inception is has been flooded with those who have blogs and are in the performing and visual arts. Being harmonious in a group makes it easier to cope with the challenges. If you are a creative person we hope to see you there.
This is your time to create. Your time to thank those essential workers who are making a difference. A friend of mine who is an essential worker is proud to be a part of a positive group of people.
How to Say “Thank You”
Saying thank you can be as simple as participating in the 7:00pm tradition here in the city of clanging pots and letting out hoots. It’ also a time to bring into focus what others are doing for us in your blog or even in your every day communicating to others.
NYC Create – This is Your Time to Create
Create with all your might your feelings about being in Manhattan, NY and being in lockdown. How has this been for you? How are things going. We want to know. So NYC Create!