What it takes to win – every role matters.
You may think the success of a celebrity, or a movie, or a song was all because of one person, but that’s just not true. Every star has a team behind them making it happen. Every role and every person matters. Ensuring every person on the team understands their purpose and how they make it happen is key to ever standing out and making a roar.
Here’s a few examples:
- CMA’s Entertainer of the year in 2017
- Multi award-winning country artist
- #1 solo artist of all time in the U.S. with more than 149 million albums sold
- Founded Teammates for Kids – a nonprofit with more than 4,000 athletes helping children in 60 countries.
…Let’s talk about his friends in low places.
What does it take to be Garth Brooks?
First, there’s the band, and…
Back up singers
Corporate giving manager
Fan club managers
Social media experts
Garth was criticized for lip syncing during his recent CMA performance. He admitted it. But, did anyone get pointed out? Do you know any of these people behind the Garth engine?
No. Search the internet and find out how many people there really are. I don’t think you’ll find them.
The same goes for actors.
The Dark Knight Rises. How many people do you think it took to pull off the stunts in that?
Do you know how many people wrote The Lion King?
There’s the performers. The actors. The visible personalities that attract the audiences. That can talk the talk and sell the sizzle. The part the world actually sees is only 1/9th of the true picture.
It takes every person. Every drummer. Every visual artist or stunt double. Every publicist and bus driver. To make the show happen and be a success that everyone talks about.
What role do you want to have? Each has its purpose and each feeds the other. One cannot exist without the other.