Thought he had Jesus-level fame
Dwayne “The Rock” Jonson discusses how his feelings about fame have evolved over his career and how a fan encounter changed his attitude. Watch the video below. It is definitely an eye opener.
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And am I sick of taking selfies🤳🏾😂 Fame is a very funny and dangerous thing. It can be highly deceiving, cold blooded and set you down a dark path that ends in self destruction if you let yourself buy into your own fame. I started to become as asshole about my fame when I was a famous pro wrestler in my 20’s, (and I wore a fanny pack 😂🤦🏽♂️) until one fateful night changed my perspective and self awareness and GRATITUDE for the rest of my life. My advice to teenagers, young adults or anyone who wants to be famous/ Don’t worry about being famous. Instead work hard to become good at something. Then work harder to become great. Then work even harder and put in the 10, 15, 20+ years to become MASTERFUL. Fame will come. Or maybe it won’t. Either way, fame is fleeting but your legacy is forever. Mahalo for the great questions 🌍 and keep ‘em coming. Most importantly, stay healthy my friends. D