Paranoia & Power: Fear & Fame of Entertainment Icons
Morgan James Publishing, 1 нояб. 2007 г. - Всего страниц: 431
A self-help work on the inhibiting inner fears that either motivate or debilitate.
As a pundit once said, Hesitate and you are lost. Why do most people hesitate? Fear! The fear of not being good enough or the fear that comes from thinking too much. We are afraid of those things we don’t understand, but the true visionaries jump right into those fears and they magically disappear.
Fear was the fuel of the passions of Elvis. In the case of director Steven Spielberg, he had a deep-seated fear of the dark. The only time he wasn’t afraid when in a theater where he escaped into the fantasy of make-believe. What did that have to with his accumulating two billion dollars? Plenty! As he told the media, when he was in his twenties he would get sort of nauseous stage fright—and his insecurities were the fuel for his stories.
With examples ranging from Judy Garland to Bob Dylan, Madonna to Jack Nicholson, this book shows how fear can be the catalyst for ending up in the penthouse or the poorhouse, depending on how we deal with it.
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CHAPTER TWO ROBIN WILLIAMS COMEDIC CATHARTIC CREATIVITY
CHAPTER THREE ELVIS SEXUAL ENERGY IS SEDUCTIVE POWER
CHAPTER FOUR SAMMY DAVIS FLASHDANCED TO FAME FORTUNE
CHAPTER FIVE IRVING BERLIN SAW EFFETE EXPERTISE AS MYOPIC
CHAPTER TEN RICHARD BURTON USED EXCESS TO EMPOWER
SYNTHESIZING SINNER STYLING FOR SUCCESS
CHAPTER TWELVE JACK NICHOLSON WALKED THE EDGE TO HAVE ONE
CHAPTER THIRTEEN STEVEN SPIELBERG LED A MAGICAL MAKEBELIEVE LIFE
CHAPTER FOURTEEN PARANOIA POWER A SELFFULFILLING PROPHECY
DR GENES LAWS OF ICONIC EMPOWERMENT
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