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11 Causes To not Develop into Well-known (or “A Few Classes Realized Since 2007”)

11 Causes To not Develop into Well-known (or “A Few Classes Realized Since 2007”)

2023-05-21 03:47:10

November of 2008. I had extra hair, a flip cellphone, and completely no thought what was coming.

Let the cymbals of recognition tinkle nonetheless. Let the butterflies of fame glitter with their wings. I shall envy neither their music nor their colours.

— John Adams
Letters of John Adams Addressed to His Spouse

“If I’m not well-known by 30, I would as effectively put a bullet in my head.”

That’s an precise sentence I spoke to one among my closest buddies. On the time, I used to be 28.

Luckily, not like during my darkest period in college, I wasn’t critical about suicide. Nonetheless, the sentiment was actual. I felt like I in some way wanted fame. On reflection, there was loads of self-loathing from powerful childhood experiences, and I desperately hoped that love from with out (i.e., from lots of different individuals) would in some way make up for hate from inside.

As luck would have it, I bought to check this speculation.

The 4-Hour Workweek, my first e-book, was printed in 2007. It hit the New York Instances Hardcover Enterprise bestseller record, the place it stayed for an unbroken 4 years and 4 months. It was rapidly translated into roughly 40 languages, and shit went bonkers. All the things modified.

I used to be 29.

Quickly, I used to be engulfed in a hailstorm of each nice and horrible issues, and I used to be completely unprepared for any of it.

To kick off this publish, let’s begin with an actual instance from 2010. I vividly keep in mind the day I acquired an e-mail from somebody we’ll name “James.” James was a frequent commenter on my weblog, and we’d turn out to be pleasant over time. He was an excellent man and an enormous assist to different readers. I’d given him recommendation, he’d constructed a number of profitable companies, and we’d developed a pleasant digital rapport. That day in 2010, nevertheless, I really acquired an e-mail from James’ longtime assistant. It was succinct: “James realized a lot from you, and he instructed me to present you this video.” I clicked on the attachment. James popped up. He was clearly agitated and clenching his jaw, making contorted faces and talking unusually. He thanked me for all of my assist through the years and defined that it had helped him by means of some very darkish occasions. He completed by saying that he was sorry, however that he needed to finish issues. That’s when he turned off the video and killed himself.

This expertise profoundly fucked me up for an extended time period.

Suffice to say, I didn’t notice that any such factor was a part of the Faustian fame-seeking discount.


Now it’s 2020. 13 years, 5 books, 1,000+ weblog posts, and almost 500M podcast downloads later, I’ve realized a number of issues in regards to the guarantees and perils of searching for fame.

And I say “searching for fame” intentionally, as a result of—let’s be trustworthy—I’m not actually well-known. Beyoncé and Brad Pitt are actually well-known. They can not stroll round in public wherever on the planet. I’m a micro public determine with a month-to-month viewers within the hundreds of thousands or tens of hundreds of thousands. There are legions of individuals on Instagram alone with audiences of this measurement. New platforms supply new pace. Some earlier unknowns on TikTok, for instance, have attracted hundreds of thousands of followers in a matter of weeks.

For those who out of the blue had 100,000 or 1,000,000 or 10,000,000 extra followers, what may occur?

I assumed I knew, and I used to be naive.

This publish will discover loads of issues. Chief amongst them might be answering the query: for those who win the recognition recreation, what may you count on?

I’ll point out a number of the rewards and upsides, which could be unimaginable. I may even discuss a number of the dangers and disadvantages, which could be horrifying.

My hope is that this publish will assist individuals higher perceive the wall their ladder is leaning towards… earlier than they spend years climbing in direction of the highest. Or, in a world of TikTok-like acceleration, earlier than they let the genie out of the bottle with out considering it by means of.

For those who’re occupied with constructing a big viewers to turn out to be wealthy and well-known, some warnings and suggestions are so as. For those who’re occupied with constructing a big viewers you additionally actually care about and with whom you’re weak, much more precautionary tales are so as.


Let’s cowl a number of the nice stuff first.

One might simply argue that the nationwide publicity that accompanied The 4-Hour Workweek and later books was a crucial ingredient for:

After which there are the occasional fringe advantages, like getting tables at busy eating places, getting free samples of merchandise (though “free” usually finally ends up being the most costly), and so forth.

Lots of the issues I’m proudest of in life would have been tough or unimaginable to perform with out a big viewers. For that, I owe each one among my readers and listeners an enormous debt of gratitude.

Utilizing fame as a lever, nevertheless, could be tough. 

First off, what kind of “fame” would you like? In concrete phrases, what would “profitable” appear to be and over what time period? From 0–100%, how assured are you that you could convert publicity to revenue? If greater than 0%, what proof do you must counsel that your technique will work? Do you’ve got a plan for changing into unwell-known for those who don’t prefer it?

Throughout my faculty years, one among my dorm mate’s dads was a well-known Hollywood producer. He as soon as stated to me, “You need everybody to know your identify and nobody to know your face.”

Taking it a step additional, we might quote Invoice Murray:

I at all times need to say to individuals who need to be wealthy and well-known: ‘attempt being wealthy first.’ See if that doesn’t cowl most of it. There’s not a lot draw back to being wealthy, aside from paying taxes and having your relations ask you for cash. However whenever you turn out to be well-known, you find yourself with a 24-hour job. . . . The one advantage of fame is that I’ve gotten out of a few dashing tickets. I’ve gotten right into a restaurant once I didn’t have a go well with and tie on. That’s actually about it.

However how might this be true? It looks like a farce. On the very least, it should be an exaggeration, proper?

To wrap your head round what “well-known” actually means, there’s one metaphor which may assist.


Right here’s an e-mail I acquired in July of 2007:

[Your sport] reveals that you’re a hypocrite to profess serving to others along with your e-book. You might be displaying a grave instance of the White horseman to our kids. Disgrace on you. Disgrace on you… Disgrace. And Wickedness… It’s the most evil battle on earth, the one for blood spectacle for many who would entertain by whoring themselves prostituting violence to those that search and lust to look at inhumanity. You might be an evil one who has gained the world and misplaced your soul.

What did I do or say that brought about this? Was it in response to a how-to article on clubbing child seals?

Not fairly. It was in response to my weblog publish highlighting the non-profit, which I’ve suggested for 10+ years. The express objective? To boost cash for under-funded public faculty lecture rooms. Within the introduction, I occurred to say that the founder and CEO of DonorsChoose was my wrestling associate in highschool. That’s it.  

This similar “White horseman” reader proceeded to ship me greater than a dozen more and more threatening emails, concluding with “I shall ship you on judgment day.”

Was {that a} dying menace? Was there something I ought to do or might do about it? I’d by no means handled such issues, and I didn’t know. However I did know one factor: it was very scary and fully out of the blue.

That week, I shared the above story with a feminine profession blogger. She laughed and stated soberly, “Welcome to the social gathering.” She bought a mean of 1 dying menace and one intercourse request/menace per week. On the time, our audiences have been roughly the identical measurement.

This brings me to the subject of viewers measurement and the metaphor of the tribe, the village, and town.

Suppose again to your Fifth-grade class. In my case, there have been 20–30 youngsters. Was there anybody completely off the rails in your class? For many of you, there’s an honest likelihood youngsters appeared fairly sane. It’s a small pattern measurement.

Subsequent, assume again to your freshman 12 months in highschool. In my case, there have been a number of hundred youngsters. Was there anybody risky or unbalanced? I can consider at the least a handful who have been liable to violence and made me uneasy. There have been fights. Some youngsters introduced knives to highschool. There was even a child rumored to take pleasure in torturing animals. Take into accout: this highschool was in the identical city as my elementary faculty. What modified? The pattern measurement was bigger.

Flash ahead to my life in July of 2007, lower than three months after the publication of my first e-book. 

In that quick span of time, my month-to-month weblog viewers had exploded from a small group of buddies (20–30?) to the present measurement of Windfall, Rhode Island (180,–200,000 individuals). Properly, let’s dig into that. What do we all know of Windfall? Right here’s one snippet from Wikipedia, and bolding is mine:

In comparison with the nationwide common, Windfall has a mean charge of violent crime and the next charge of property crime per 100,000 inhabitants. In 2010, there have been 15 murders, down from 24 in 2009. In 2010, Windfall fared higher relating to violent crime than most of its peer cities. Springfield, Massachusetts, has roughly 20,000 fewer residents than Windfall however reported 15 murders in 2009, the identical variety of homicides as Windfall however a barely increased charge per capita.

The purpose is that this: you don’t have to do something flawed to get dying threats, rape threats, and so on. You simply want a large enough viewers. Consider your self because the chief of a tribe or the mayor of a metropolis.

The averages will dictate that you simply get a sure variety of crazies, con artists, extortionists, attainable (or precise) murderers, and so forth. In equity, we also needs to embody a sure variety of geniuses, a sure variety of good Samaritans, and so forth. Positive, your material and content material issues, but it surely doesn’t matter as a lot as you’d prefer to assume.

To recap: the larger the inhabitants, the extra alternatives and issues you’ll have. A small, self-contained city in Idaho may not have a Pulitzer Prize winner amongst its residents, but it surely in all probability doesn’t want a SWAT workforce both.

Now, right here we’re in 2020.  

My month-to-month viewers is bigger than the scale of New York Metropolis (NYC).  

For enjoyable, Google “New York Metropolis” and click on on “Information.” On some stage, these are the dynamics—good and unhealthy—you’ll need to cope with in case your viewers is that enormous.

However let’s assume you solely have 100 or 1,000 followers. It’s best to nonetheless surprise: At any given time, what number of of those individuals may go off of their meds? And the way lots of the remaining of us will merely get up on the flawed facet of the mattress right now, feeling the necessity to lash out at somebody? The reply won’t ever be zero.


To cite Henry David Thoreau, “The price of a factor is the quantity of what I’ll name life which is required to be exchanged for it, instantly or in the long term.” (Walden)

With that in thoughts, let’s take a look at some quite common downsides of publicity. Almost all of my buddies who’ve audiences of 1M or extra have private tales for each class I’ll describe.

For those who’ve ever questioned why many celebrities disappear for a time period, typically years, it’s usually within the hopes that the beneath will fade or go away. Sadly, it’s very onerous to place the toothpaste again within the toothpaste tube after getting a big Google footprint.

Finest to bear in mind upfront. Right here be dragons…

  • Stalkers. One instance to set the tone: Again once I lived in SF, a fan on the East Coast thought I used to be sending him secret, personalised messages embedded in my public Fb posts. He believed I used to be asking him to maneuver into my home and work for me. He advised his co-workers, who have been fearful he’d go postal, so that they reported him to the CEO, who reached out to me. It was an in depth name, and I bought fortunate. This explicit worker had already purchased aircraft tickets for the next week, desiring to fly to SF to search out me. I bought the FBI concerned, his household staged an intervention, and, lo and behold, he had gone off of his meds for psychiatric problems. One other instance from 2008, a 12 months after my first e-book got here out. That’s when the primary individual confirmed up at my door searching for me. I’d simply closed on my first house, a cute little townhouse close to Sunnyvale, CA. The random visits didn’t occur sooner, as I’d been renting as much as that time.

    Many extra individuals adopted. My little townhouse was cute, but it surely was completely unprotected: no gate, no nothing. Finally, one male stalker ended up hanging out in entrance of my home nonstop, taking footage and posting them on social media with feedback like “Too unhealthy Tim Ferriss isn’t house. I missed him once more!” Issues snowballed from there, and I needed to promote the home and transfer. When touring, I’ve additionally needed to cease posting images to social till effectively after the actual fact. Why? I’ve had individuals triangulate town I’m visiting, name each resort within the metropolis to ask for a registered visitor with my final identify, after which fly to the nation to search out me and/or my household. I’ve since realized to make use of pseudonyms, however we’ll get to that later…

  • Dying threats.  I get common dying threats, and that is widespread for public figures. I might estimate I get at the least one monthly by way of some channel. Typically they’re associated to extortion (coming later), however they’re most frequently from people who find themselves mentally unstable. What are they indignant about? As soon as once more, therein lies the rub: it’s not often in response to something that I’ve stated or finished. That’s the scariest factor, and it’s additionally why the tribe-village-city metaphor is so apt. The individuals sending dying threats are usually affected by psychotic episodes, and there’s nothing you are able to do to stop them.

    One instance: Just a few years in the past, I acquired a textual content message from an unknown quantity with “I do know what you probably did. I’m going to make you pay.” I do not know how they bought my quantity, but it surely went on and on in nebulous phrases. I engaged and took screenshots, attempting to determine who it was and what the hell was occurring. Since they stored texting, I used to be in a position to collect that it was a girl (or somebody claiming to be), and he or she stated, “You humiliated me, and now it’s your flip for ache. I do know you’re talking at SXSW, and everybody goes to know and see.” Luckily, I had sufficient information to get attorneys, personal investigators, and regulation enforcement concerned. It additionally meant that I had armed safety at SXSW that 12 months, and I used to be consistently on pins and needles, ready for the opposite shoe to drop. So…. In the long run, did I study who it was? I did. It was a middle-aged mom residing in rural Texas along with her husband and two youngsters. I’D NEVER MET HER, NOR HAD ANY CONTACT WITH HER.

    Simply months earlier than this occurred, two well-known YouTubers in Austin, Texas, had a fan drive 11 hours from New Mexico to their home with a automobile stuffed with weapons. He supposed to kill at the least one among them. He broke into their house at 4am and hunted for them from room to room, .45-caliber handgun in hand. They hid in a closet and frantically referred to as 911. From related media coverage: “They’re a well-liked Texas couple on YouTube, however they by no means thought that might put their lives at risk. That’s till an Albuquerque stalker confirmed up at their home in the course of the night time with a gun and unhealthy intentions.” Luckily, the police arrived, and the intruder ended up lifeless, but it surely might’ve simply ended in a different way. In some instances, the supposed goal will get blown away earlier than they even notice what’s taking place. Sarcastically, it’s usually the diehard followers professing love who kill them, not “haters” of any kind.

    Given how usually I get threats, and the way actually harmful it may be, I made a decision to get a hid carry allow and carry hid firearms. I needed to keep away from this, and I want it weren’t the case, however right here we’re (P.S. Thanks for the frangible round advice, Jocko).

    I additionally educated my girlfriend to make use of a Taser, which pertains to the following class…

  • Harassment of members of the family and family members.

    There are at the least two classes of people that will need to discover you: essentially good individuals (albeit overenthusiastic), and essentially malevolent individuals. I hate to place it that means, however I’ve realized that there are individuals on this world who derive nice pleasure from hurting or threatening others.

    If both group can’t simply get to you—whether or not to search out you or hurt you—they are going to usually go after your loved ones and family members.

    In the event that they’re an attacker, they are going to go for what they understand to be your weakest hyperlink. That is exactly why I by no means point out the names of my closest buddies or girlfriends, until they’re public figures already.

    Of all the problems on this publish, this one upsets me essentially the most. In some respects, I invited this upon myself with my selections, however none of my family members requested for it. Even to write down about this facet makes me livid, so I’ll hold this bullet quick.

  • Courting woes. As you may think, courting generally is a quagmire of liabilities and bear traps. It may very well be somebody hoping to write down a clickbait article about their date with you (clearly with out disclosing such), or it may very well be a lot worse. For those who’re a feminine, that is the place issues can as soon as once more turn out to be bodily harmful. For those who’re a male, that is the place issues can turn out to be legally harmful. There are numerous predators for either side, and it may well make you lose your religion in humanity.
  • Extortion makes an attempt.

    I might write a whole weblog publish about this matter. One easy instance: In 2019, my workforce and I acquired a menace. In essence: “Pay me X now, or I’ll DDOS your website.” Since a DDOS is a technological assault on an internet site, and I’m assured within the power of the Automattic internet hosting infrastructure, we determined to not reply. The extortionist didn’t like our silence and replied with a bomb menace. This was shortly after the Austin serial bombings, which had killed two individuals, so I escalated to forensic evaluation, investigators, regulation enforcement, and so on. I’ve been excellent at monitoring down extortionists, I don’t negotiate with terrorists, and I’m more than pleased to have public battles if I’m in the fitting, however… it’s all an enormous power suck. The most typical type of extortion is a few number of “Except you give me X, I’m going to say Y about you.” Luckily, I’ve spent years intentionally speaking about controversial subjects and disclosing uncomfortable private tales. Partly, this has been to keep away from the temptation to create a squeaky-clean public persona. It additionally robs would-be extortionists of loads of widespread ammo.

    For those who don’t have your individual ammo, this class could be catastrophic. In different phrases, you probably have extra fame than assets, you paint your self right into a weak nook. In case you have fewer choices and fewer allies, you’ll be enticing to predators.

  • Desperation messages and pleas for assist. It is a unhappy class, very like the the suicide video story within the introduction to this piece. It’s one factor to get an “I dedicated suicide and I’m letting you recognize” observe, which is completely terrible. It’s fairly one other to get a message with one thing like: “You’re my final hope. I’ve nobody else to ask. For those who can’t assist me with X, Y, and Z within the subsequent 48 hours, I’m going to kill myself.” I’ve acquired dozens of those. At first, I attempted to assist everybody and have become horribly enmeshed. This by no means failed to finish in distress and numerous sleepless nights. Now, the senders of such notes are referred to suicide hotlines (e.g., 1 (800) 273-8255 within the US; a list of international hotlines [alternative link]) and a publish I wrote entitled “Some Practical Thoughts on Suicide.” I owe many because of Violet Blue for her ethical and tactical help with many of those conditions. Thanks, Violet. That is very tough terrain. The extra you use on the planet of how-to recommendation, and the extra weak you’re along with your viewers, the extra of those you’ll obtain.
  • Kidnapping.

    For those who seem semi-famous on-line, guess what? Even for those who’re not wealthy, it may be assumed that you’ve sufficient cash to make a pleasant ransom. There are locations the place kidnapping is a longtime business, and professionals do that frequently. The US is mostly protected, however for those who’re flying abroad, you need to be conscious of some issues. 

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    For instance, for those who use a automobile service, give them a faux identify (and nothing cute like “James Bond,” which can blow it) that they’ll use on the signal or iPad to search out you at baggage declare. Right here’s why: it’s widespread apply for organized crime to have an association to purchase flight manifests from airport workers. Which means the potential kidnappers, very like a Michelin three-star restaurant, will Google each identify related to each seat to determine precisely who’s who. For those who seem to make a horny goal, they are going to then go to the airport an hour earlier than you land, discover the motive force along with your identify on an indication, and pay or threaten them to go away. They then substitute your driver with their very own driver, who now holds the signal and waits for you. B’bye! This may take different types too. As soon as in Central Asia, I had a driver present up at my resort to take me to the airport, however… he used my actual identify, and I’d given the automobile service a faux identify. To purchase time, I requested him to attend whereas I made a number of cellphone calls. About 10 minutes later, the true driver confirmed as much as take me to the airport, utilizing the designated pseudonym. The primary fraudulent driver took off, and to today, I do not know how he knew the place I used to be staying or once I was leaving. But it surely bears repeating: there are professionals who do that, and they are going to be excellent at what they do.

  • Impersonation, identification theft, and so on.

    The extra seen you’re, the extra individuals will try and impersonate you or your workers. This may very well be to hack an internet site, entry a checking account, get a SSN, or in any other case. Firms or fly-by-night entrepreneurs may even use your identify and face to promote every thing from internet providers and e-books to shady data merchandise and penis tablets (sadly, all actual examples). That is one thing that my attorneys cope with on a weekly foundation. It’s continuous. For each reputational and legal responsibility causes, it’s vital to trace and guard towards a lot of this.

  • Assault and clickbait media.There are loads of wonderful writers and media professionals with rock-solid ethics. Lots of my expensive buddies are journalists on this camp. On the flip facet, there are more and more massive numbers of unhealthy actors resulting from perverse incentives created by the click-baity, fast-is-the-new-good digital enjoying area.

    Keep in mind the tribe-village-city metaphor? Multiply your target market measurement by two. Now recall the share of that viewers that is perhaps indignant or off of their meds. Subsequent, double that proportion to incorporate those that will do gray-area issues to advance their careers. Final, give all of these individuals a job—or contributor standing—at a media outlet.

    What a fucking mess.

    For those who don’t like shitty Twitter feedback, or if nasty Fb remarks get below your pores and skin, simply wait till you get your first hatchet job profile piece. It gained’t be the final, so brush up in your Stoic philosophy.

    That is significantly demoralizing when a bit is stuffed with misquotes, even after you’ve corrected fact-checkers by way of cellphone (oops!). Professional tip: use e-mail for fact-checking, my buddies.

    Talking of buddies…

  • “Associates” with ulterior motives.Upon getting an honest sized viewers or “platform,” the bulk of people that need to seize espresso, ask mutual buddies for an intro, or—particularly—give you unsolicited favors can have ulterior motives. It took me a very long time to just accept this, and I paid a hefty tax for being Pollyannaish.

    To be clear: I don’t thoughts pitches, so long as they arrive upfront. What I can’t stand is fakery to get in somebody’s good graces over months, adopted with a shock of “Oh, I’ve been which means to let you know about my new e-book popping out in a number of weeks” and related shenanigans. This has occurred to me extra occasions than I can depend, and it feels soiled and gross.

    This is without doubt one of the major causes for my ongoing blanket insurance policies, like a commitment to not reading any new books published in 2020. It’s additionally one of many causes that almost all of my closest buddies usually are not within the public eye.

    Be cautious of anybody who simply “desires to get to know you.” 99 occasions out of 100, that might be unfaithful.

  • Invasions of privateness.

    For the entire causes on this publish (and lots of extra), for those who’re doing something public, it is best to by no means have something mailed to the place you reside. For those who violate that even once, it’s doubtless that your identify and related tackle will find yourself in firm or authorities databases. These mailing lists are then rented and traded as income streams, and all of it finally finally ends up searchable. Keep in mind the story of the Austin YouTubers hunted in their very own house? Don’t be them.

    For security, until you need to take large dangers, use a UPS Retailer or different off-site mailing tackle for every thing. It is a must-have, not a nice-to-have.


It’s been a wild journey.

Lest it seem in any other case, this isn’t supposed to be a woe-is-me publish. I’ve been very lucky, and I like my life.

That stated, the entire above have created heightened ranges of hysteria that I didn’t anticipate. I’m fortunate to have the help of my household and buddies, my girlfriend, and my guardian and fluffball, Molly. I merely couldn’t deal with it in any other case.

Would I’ve listened to all these warnings upfront? Would it not have modified my habits? I don’t know. Maybe not. Except you’ve lived it, it would appear to be somebody is being gifted a Bugatti and complaining about gasoline mileage.

The complete expertise jogs my memory of the parable of the blind men and the elephant. It is a parable that has been advised throughout completely different cultures since at the least the first millennium BCE:

It’s a story of a gaggle of blind males, who’ve by no means come throughout an elephant earlier than and who study and conceptualize what the elephant is like by touching it. Every blind man feels a distinct a part of the elephant
s physique, however just one half, such because the facet or the tusk. They then describe the elephant based mostly on their restricted expertise, and their descriptions of the elephant are completely different from one another. In some variations, they arrive to suspect that the opposite individual is dishonest, and so they come to blows. The ethical of the parable is that people tend to say absolute fact based mostly on their restricted, subjective expertise as they ignore different individualss restricted, subjective experiences which can be equally true.

Earlier than 2007, I used to be the blind males.

Right here and there, I’d really feel the ears (A celeb in a canopy story! Wow! Should be good!), the tail (Fancy vehicles in a photograph shoot!), or the tusk (Life of the Wealthy and Well-known!).

Solely now do I’ve some thought of what it’s prefer to be the elephant itself. It doesn’t matter what half you seize beforehand, you possibly can’t absolutely admire the scope of expertise till you’re in it.

If I’ve realized something, it’s this: fame won’t repair your issues.  

As a substitute, fame is prone to enlarge your whole insecurities and exaggerate your whole fears. It’s like choosing up a hearth extinguisher to your ache that finally ends up being a canister of gasoline. 

For those who assume you’ve got issues that fame will repair, I implore you to work on the within first. On the very least, work on each in equal measure. I’ve discovered books like Awareness and Radical Acceptance to be useful.

For those who don’t, you’ll find yourself with sand slipping by means of your fingers, leaving you with the identical emotions of vacancy. Solely now, together with disappointment, you’ll have the brand new challenges described on this publish.

I additionally extremely suggest studying Kevin Kelly’s essay entitled “1,000 True Fans.” Is it attainable that being “well-known” to the fitting 1,000 individuals might get you to your objectives sooner—and be more healthy—than searching for the adoration and validation of hundreds of thousands? I are likely to assume so.

However then once more…

Does that imply nobody ought to pursue the trail of Nice Fame or tempt the sirens of the Nice Public? I can’t say that. My intention is solely to shine mild upon a number of the hazards that such a journey entails. 

Maybe—simply maybe—it is best to give stardom a shot.

In any case, as Jim Carrey has stated:

“I believe all people ought to get wealthy and well-known, and do every thing they ever dreamed of, to allow them to see that it’s not the reply.”

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