TGD interviews is one of our favorite weekly readings. We love to go back there to catch some inspiration, hope and distribution of courage on starting-up and making things happen every week. Staring-up and making things happen always start with courage and passion. If you have the courage, imagination and habit of working your ass off then be sure you are going to make it some day. Stick with it. Never belittle yourself, we restrict our possibilities by limiting our imagination and courage, you can do anything you want if you have the gut to do it.
In a recent TGD interview B0bby SOlomon declares:
You don’t necessarily have to go to school. School can be a really great thing for some people, but it’s not for everyone.
If you’re passionate enough, you will find a way to do what you love doing. If you’re passionate enough, you are probably going to succeed as long as you’re willing to put in the time and effort. You can’t be lazy and expect things to be handed to you. You can’t complain. If you’re not passionate about what you’re doing, then go do something else.
I think a lot of people get stuck—in their role, in their hometown, in a situation that they think they can’t get out of. I was raised by a single mother and she never made very much. Now, I can say I’m doing pretty well for myself. I’m an art director at Disney and I have a crazy blog that allows me to speak to people all over the world—I did that and I’m proud of it. You, too, can change anything or walk away from anything—you just have to have the guts to do it.