Dec 26, 2012

Do you let The X Factor to be the inspiration for you?

Another season of The X Factor from USA just finished. You can be fan of these kind of shows or not. But millions of people love them. 

The X Factor USA 2012
CC, Photo by rocor
The reason why I like watching music shows is to see the people's life stories and their transformation from normal in to successful stories in after few months of the TV Show! What is behind the success of winners? If you take away existence of talent - yet there are other principles of success which are the same all around the world in every field: hard work, faith and constant improvement.

You can be 13 years old girl or you can be 37 years old man and you have the same chance to win. Age, appearance, race, religion or job can´t influence if you are going to be successful or not. Every one has the same chance to succeed. Great examples of becoming successful were Carly Rose Sonenclar and Tate Stevens

Two different personalities with the same dream. I really admire both of them for their hard work and amazing voice. And I totally agree with the opinion of one of the judges L.A. Reid who said about Tate: 

'He is great example for everyone. He is 37 years old. He didn´t give up on his dream. Never give up on your dreams. Anything could happen.' 


I was so impressed by Tate and Carly´s duet. The lyrics of the song 'The Climb' had an amazing power, particularly in their conception. 

Sometimes it is unnecessary to describe what others before you have already mastered. This song summarize everything important to reach your goals, dreams and happiness. So I have decided to cite the text of this song and let each of you to stop for a moment and think about the textFor those who need to see performance to enjoy the song, I attached also the version of the song 'The Climb' sung by Carly Rose Sonenclar and Tate Stevens from the final of The X Factor USA 2012. 

'The Climb' by Miley Cyrus - lyrics
'I can almost see it.That dream I'm dreamin,but there's a voice inside my head saying you'll never reach it.
Every step I'm taking. Every move I make feels lost with no direction. My faith is shakin. But I,I gotta keep tryin. Gotta keep my head held high.

There's always gonna be another mountain. I'm always gonna wanna make it move. Always gonna be an uphill battle sometimes I'm gonna have to lose. Ain't about how fast I get there. Ain't about what's waitin on the other side. It's the climb.

The struggles I'm facing. The chances I'm taking. Sometimes might knock me down but no I'm not breaking. I may not know it but these are the moments that I'm gonna remember most, yeah. Just gotta keep going

And I, I gotta be strong. Just keep pushing on 'cause.
Keep on moving, Keep climbing, Keep the faith. Baby
Its all about, Its all about the climb, Keep the faith, Keep your faith.'

'The Climb' by Tate Stevens and Carly Rose Sonenclar


 



Jane is finishing her masters in Economics and Management - specialised in commercial communication at the university. Now contributing for Playyourday as a former saleswoman with experience in California and no.1 Top Student competitor in management and marketing contest. Her charming sense of humanity is felt all around the place.

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