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    I should have been a great musician, actor, sporting hero, a master of art, a writer of poetry, a genius.
    Don't you ever wish you had more friends than Andy Warhol.? Were more charming than Grace Kelly? More talented than Mozart? and more well known than Da-Vinci's Mona Lisa?
    Last edited by StinkyBambi; 08-11-2019 at 02:48 PM.



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    you sure are a talented troll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Panda View Post
    you sure are a talented troll
    i'm not a troll. i'm sorry. I do rants like this when I feel the surge of passion in me. I can't really explain it. I would like some attention. Take me seriously, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StinkyBambi View Post
    More talented than Mozart?
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    You can achieve certain careers with talent but most of the time it won't be enough. What has to be there too is effort, luck and the right connections. Today a lot of talentless people become "famous" (mostly talking about influencers). They are forgotten about quickly though because they don't have to offer anything to remember in the end.

    But yes I actually agree with this thread. I wish quite often I was born a genius or had enough dedication from a young age to become an artist or muciain +luck +connections. But well what could be is just going to make me depressed in the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kommandant View Post
    You can achieve certain careers with talent but most of the time it won't be enough. What has to be there too is effort, luck and the right connections. Today a lot of talentless people become "famous" (mostly talking about influencers). They are forgotten about quickly though because they don't have to offer anything to remember in the end.

    But yes I actually agree with this thread. I wish quite often I was born a genius or had enough dedication from a young age to become an artist or muciain +luck +connections. But well what could be is just going to make me depressed in the end.
    I'm aware talent and success comes with a price. And the majority of people will be happy with average lives.
    However... I don't know about you, but I always feel like I should be more than this, I'm not happy never amounting to anything, my standards are high, my dreams unreachable, my head is in the clouds and the illusion is better than the reality,

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Im just waiting to see the response of an ESTP to this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenko View Post
    Im just waiting to see the response of an ESTP to this thread
    why? What would an estp say?

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    Unknown

    It is called archetypal possession, which is a Jungian concept way beyond MBTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StinkyBambi View Post
    I should have been a great musician, actor, sporting hero, a master of art, a writer of poetry, a genius.
    Don't you ever wish you had more friends than Andy Warhol.? Were more charming than Grace Kelly? More talented than Mozart? and more well known than Da-Vinci's Mona Lisa?


    The thing that is scary about this imagining for me is that I hate to be the center of attention and I really don't want to be surrounded by lots of people. Creating a life where I need the fewest amount of people in it is sort of a big deal for me. I haven't ever really sought out fame, but to be successful... that is, to reach some sort of Self Actualisation (Positive Psychology's take on the term), is important to me.


     
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