Grace Under Pressure
Once, it was enough if you could sing, dance or act. Those who did it better than others became stars.
In the turbulent, rebellious ‘60s, Elvis Presley became a superstar, not for his less-than-stellar abilities, but because of those of his agent, who promoted the Hell out of him.
Paul Simon, another performer with perhaps as much talent, but less marketing, sang of going to his mansion, ‘Graceland.’ Decades after he died, Presley’s estate still makes more in a year than I did my entire life.
And so I am here, willingly, foolishly, adding my money to theirs.
Go to Rochelle’s Addicted to Purple site and use her Wednesday photo as a complete 100 word story.