(Part 4) Act Like A S.T.A.R. And Go Far in 2010!

┬áIs Barbara Walters going ga-ga? Over Lady Ga Ga. After a one-on-one interview. Walters’ got a new view. People think Ga Ga is about “shock value.” But Walters saw the other side. For how Ga Ga makes her crazy ride. She parades as a free spirit. Using her talent as a free agent.

It’s seen in pro sports. Players get drafted. Sometimes off-season traded. Finding a better spot. On another roster. Happens in the real world. After a layoff. Or before the next gig. Everybody’s got game. But stars express talent. With spiritual ease. Selfish gain last. Coming in first.

Dreams on ice? Where you’re going through changes. Turn yourself loose. Live your dreams, go places. Be an agent of smiles. Keep the boss and clients happy. Grow as a person of substance. Get movin’ and shakin’. Wanna do freelance? Give quality service. Maybe your best chance.

The evidence for going far. Starts out as a believer. Seeing yourself in magazines. Or having a career makeover. Getting your name in lights. Working at it day and night. Joining the top ten. Before winning again. Passion into a revenue stream. Making money thick like honey and cream.

Ga Ga remembers as a child. Wanting to sing her way to stardom. Admits she’s sometimes over the edge. It’s her way to push boundaries. But not every passion is about hard crashing. Just ask the Grammy nominated artist named Ledesi. Her songs tell a story. Going from heartache to glory.

Hip Tip: You have to be pumped before you jump, to go from where you are into becoming a star.

Blog Talkback: Why do some stars need “shock value” to make a name for themselves?