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15 MOMENTS of FAME by Stephen T. Jones

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All my life I have heard people say that we only get 15 minutes of fame and this has lead me to ask, do we really only have minutes of fame? How about an even better series of questions,  If you had your 15 minutes of fame how would we spend it?  Who would we spend it with? What would we want the world to know about you? Before you answer these questions I think it is important to make a choice to live for a cause or die for a cause or a blend of both.

LIVE for a CAUSE (15 Moments of fame)

Life goes way too fast, I can remember one of my mentors and friends telling me “life is not a dress rehearsal; you don’t get a second chance.” We all have some big goals but are we willing to pay the price for being famous. If you want to indulge in your  15 moments of fame now is a good time to determine what that would look like…Lots of us live for the one day when they reach a peak to celebrate are 15 minutes of fame. Let’s face it for most of us that day will never come and it usually isn’t all it is cracked up to be. Celebrate life right now enjoy life right now because what ever the future holds this is something that you can to take with you.

DIE for a CAUSE (15 Minute of fame)

Recently I was looking at my resume from 10 years ago and it said PUBLIC SERVANT now when I hear that it doesn’t feel right. Now I am OF SERVICE and I don’t feel I owe the world anything. Although this new belief didn’t feel good at first it has enabled me to do more good with less effort because the burden of a servant can be the biggest obstacle in the way of progress. We need to take more time for ourselves, our friends and/or our families because we are trying to save the world that probably doen’t need saving. Saving the world sounds like a noble gesture but it creates a sense of entitlement that can cause you and the people around you to suffer.

Is the answer Proactivism?

Progress + Activistism= Proativism…I am not against activism learning from history has shown that sustainable activism always ends in violence.  Lets take the example of the hippies in the 60’s they started with love and peace which over time transitioned into pockets of violence.  Sustainable activism is fueled by anger and overtime anger always leads to violence.  Remember it is okay to feel angry about something  that is wrong in the world just make sure that progress is your guide.  Because when we combine anger and progress it creates a deep compassion that we need more of in this world.

Steve is a Visionary and Inspirational Speaker that is really starting to find his artistic expression in the world. He is a dreamer that loves to connect with water and waves while taking time to build community ventures and corporate projects. To collaborate with Steve or his team shoot him an e-mail at

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  1. I think you are awesome

    Would I really want 15 minutes of Fame?Maybe 15 minutes of being heard and understood or 15 minutes not to be judged or hear another judge another I feel it’s not what we are to do I believe that we’re to learn from one another and enjoy the beauty that is within and all around us. I know that giving 15 minutes of my ears, my eyes,my heart & my words is definitely 15 minutes of fame enough for my my soul.

    Thank you so much!
    I feel better for my cause!
    Casey Blanke

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