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    • The man is right, celebrity status, sports ability, millionaire, all require lots of luck and natural talent in addition to a base level of extreme dedication to one’s craft.
      Prin 8 jul
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    • We hear about famous people because they’re famous. Almost-famous people, not so much.
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    • He’s just saying don’t listen to HIM guys. Do your thang for you, not just because some rich celeb told you to do it
      Jodo519 8 jul
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    • This is why I love Bo
      MadPucci 8 jul
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    • It's true. That's why I cringe at those sob stories celebrities post about their rough beginnings. They got lucky. You know how many thousand of aspiring actors and musicians and such "follow their dreams"? Yet not all reach it.
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    • He is correct.
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    • This is so damn correct. Don't bet the farm on anomalous occurrences. That what side gigs are for
      Curvz 8 jul
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    • I love him so much no homo
      Belpis 8 jul
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    • I’m Bo Yo
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    • Depends on the celebrity. People like Terry Crew, Dwayne Johnson, Keanu Reeves, Sylvester Stallone, etc all have came from nothing to something everyone looks up upon
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    • It takes luck to get started, but smarts to keep it
      DarnUGay 9 jul
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    • This is so facts
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    • What happened to Bo? He hasn’t made any music that I’m aware of or done any shows even before quarantine. Has he quit or did I just miss everything
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    • This’ll get lost but I just wanna let anybody who’s having a hard time getting motivated know that it’s ok. Start with small goals for yourself. Something that’s possible and that you can achieve through planning and hard work. Don’t worry about time, live at your own pace
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    • Its so true. Just cuz you wanna be an astronaut, doesn't mean you'll become one. Still tho, even if ur dream isnt possible, you should always try your hardest, cuz u never kno where it can take u. Even if u end up failing, u can look back and say "i did my best"
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    • I heard Ronnie Coleman say you gotta be lucky and be naturally strong when you are competing
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    • yeah cause she was already rich
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    • Taylor swift’s father was an investment banker. It takes luck and more importantly huge amounts of money to make it.
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    • Who is this? I probably know the name but I can’t put it to a face
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    • I love Bo, but on this specific point I disagree. Of course, I'm not a celebrity, but it only takes a little bit of luck to make it big. Most of it is hard work, smart work, dedication, determination, confidence, and faith in your abilities. People that get famous for being famous are the (1/2)
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    • Fuck the rules fuck the game fuck you tools fuck youre lame
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    • Bo burnham seems like a down to earth dude but he also seems like he’d be an asshole
      Jinxzy 8 jul
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    • A lot of famous ppl have worked really hard in order to get where they are. Sure, they're still there by luck, as ppl can work hard and still not gain any popularity. But still, you never kno if ull get lucky unless you actually try, right?
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    • I dropped out of High School but I'm making more than people who also have thousands of dollars in student debt. But I'd never advise someone to drop out of school cuz I know I got really lucky
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    • Bo Burnham a real one
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    • I’m honestly getting to point where I’ve been starting to realize you really can do whatever you want. It’s a mindset. You have to be willing to work your ass off to get there. You might already know how to achieve your dreams your just avoiding the hard work for it by making excuses. Don’t give up
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    • Yet we still see annoying idiots and kids thinking they’ll be the next big thing oh boy how many there are so many kids I’ve met who try to start a channel and do gaming and expect to become popular because they think there content is good when it’s actual fucking garbage or girls singing in class
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    • True thanks Obama...
      GLoomis 9 jul
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    • I’d fuck Bo Burnham
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    • Don't take my advice is in itself advice therefore creating a paradox
      tweb 8 jul
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    • So then should I not take this advice and take other celeb advice or take this advice even tho he said not to take the advice of a celeb or should I wipe and go play games
      W33bShit 10 jul
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    • Why do I recognize this guy
      Psh_lulz 9 jul
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    • But taking this advice you are not taking his advice of not listening to his advice
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    • These dudes both 6' 5"
      KindaLeek 11 jul
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    • It's luck, people trust me, it's luck. SOOOO many of those people who are disproportionately successful are due to luck. People like Dwayne "the rock" Johnson? I personally know people alwho are dedicated as him who aren't superstars
      EvilTim 9 jul
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    • Ironic
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    • That’s “Bo Burnham” for you that wondering. He’s awesome
      MrPiiXeL 11 jul
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    • True, but you shouldn’t make a decision based upon whether you’ll end up rich and famous. If you’re in it for that, more often than not, you’ll be disappointed. You can still follow your dreams and do what makes you happy, without the end goal being becoming a millionaire.
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    • Chase your dreams. You dont have to make the same as taylor swift to make decent money in your field of choice. Being super famous and being moderately successful are two different things.
      Queen1Up 9 jul
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    • Yeah, go for it. But but have a backup plan and know when to quit.
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    • The lottery is actually a winnable numbers game though isn’t it? There’s like confirmed stories of winners who cracked the code but got busted and the time famous people tried to buy every possible combination but still would be able to profit from the jackpot
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    • This is to be famous not successful
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    • Always follow your dreams but don't let them fuck up your reality. Pursue your passions but be smart and do what you gotta do. Sometimes taking a big risk is fine, but you gotta know what you're doing. Take calculated L's only bois, cause life will hand you surprise ones when you least expect it
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    • Oh bo! Youve done it again
      McL0v1n 8 jul
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    • Believing shit like that is selling yourself short. Pursue your goal to all ends and never stop working hard. If you believe you make it, you are more likely to make it than a guy who sits around doing nothing all day. Yes it will take some luck but that doesn’t mean you don’t have a chance
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    • Everything in life is like rolling the dice. But many people think its unfair that one person got famous over them
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    • Oh bo
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    • Eh not really
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    • Yep
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    • Taylor Swift writes a song about how nobody would call her a whore if she was a man but conveniently forgets that her entire initial marketing scheme of being America’s sweetheart would never have sold if she was a man and she’d still be irrelevant.
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    • That guy looks like he has a huge amount of trouble fitting his hand inside a Pringle can
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    • Sho.ot for the moon, even if you miss. Youll land amongst the stars.
      CLUTCH95 9 jul
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    • Take advice from those who have succeeded but not those who have reached the absolute highest of success
      Kribble 9 jul
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    • Right time right place.
      Q2020 8 jul
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    • That’s non success talk
      PretzeIs 8 jul
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    • Most people give up on their dream, if you truly believe in yourself don’t give up, keep pushing
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    • While he is 100% correct, you never win the lottery if you don't buy a ticket. You can't just assume you won't succeed if you try.
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    • No, you SHOULD follow your dreams. You'll never achieve anything if you don't have goals and ambition. But you need to follow your dreams with a realistic expectation. If you're still an unsigned, no-name, solo musician after 10 years, it's time to give up on that dream and do something else.
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    • Guys you can make a living if you’re good. Get lucky and be good and you can be rich. Talent is involved just have to also get lucky
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    • Fame sucks. Work hard and take realistic steps toward your dreams. Do things that make you happy but learn to keep it monetized each step of the way (or have s hobby and don't worry if it turns into things) Take CALCULATED risks.
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    • Honestly hard work works best, if you work 100 plus hours trying to build a business or follow a dream you will be one step closer then just dreaming, don't just sit there, you gotta get motivation to so something and keep going
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    • Follow your dreams but always have a back up!
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    • What I would recommend is find people or family members who have been in the big business world and learn from them. Take what you've learned from those who have made it to there and make the dedication to bring yourself to that position
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    • It’s called survivorship bias. Every successful person is just the one in 10,000 other talented, driven people, but just happened to get lucky. So they tell you to simply believe in yourself and never give up, when 9,999 other people did the same thing and failed.
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    • As Dee Bradley Baker put it, don’t blindly follow your dreams down a rabbit hole. Find the cross section of what you like and what you’re good at
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    • Bo Burnham. He’s a musical comedian. With such hits as sadness and kiII yourself
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    • Depends what your dreams are
      tweb 8 jul
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    • Statistics show that from high school to pro, you only have a .04% chance of being a first string player in the NFL. Numbers range widely from league to league & sport 2 sport, but you actually have a much greater odds of getting hit by a car than U do being the QB 4 some1 like the Raiders or Chiefs
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    • Wow this is rare 618 comments at the time of this one being made, and that includes this one
      Mappy264 9 jul
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    • This is why i hate athletes who say ‘Im better than them because i worked harder than them.’ Yeah sure fucking think and you were 6 foot 4 225 when you were 12 years old. Not saying hard work doesnt make you even better but damn.
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    • It’s a paradox
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    • Yep so everyone just give up now since you’ll probably not make it.
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    • Is that Zach Stone?
      Yatsuto 8 jul
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    • Am I the only one who thinks Bo Burnham is kinda bland and obnoxious?
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    • Arnold maybe. He took one hit to fame with terminator but he worked to get there
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    • Most people who are famous for comedy or acting or sports are naturally gifted. It doesn’t matter how hard you work, tbh.
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    • You either possess the will to do something, or you do not. If you truly believe something is there, something that sticks, then that should provide enough reason for you to make it happen.
      antdige27 25 jul
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    • Your damn right
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    • Oh Bo
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    • No burn ham is actually a smart celebity
      mdotson0 11 jul
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    • I love bo burnham so much, he knows that he got lucky and he feels he doesn't deserve to be where he is and i can respect him for that, even if i think he did deserve to get there.
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    • There's a book about this called outliers and it's really good
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    • Or a lottery winner say just go to a casino don’t even gamble just give them your money (this isn’t funny gambling addiction is serious)
      NickToonZ 11 jul
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    • Take off your bras and burn em, you can let me burn me, ho you can let Bo Burnham burn em.
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    • I mean if u have the talent absolutely go for it but if u don't have much talent and still go for it ur not gonna make it far
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    • Wait so me listening to this is me taking his advice. And me taking his advice is me taking a popular persons advice... But his advice says not to listen to celeb advice... Be he's a celeb and his advice says not to listen to celebs like himself therefore if I listen do him I am ignoring him...woman
      kjkBRUH 11 jul
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    • Is this Bo Burnham?
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    • Which is why I have such a bleak outlook on life
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    • That’s a paradox, he’s advising us to not take his advice
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    • You got lucky, i make it happen, theres a difference, pathethic (insert cat saying pathethic)
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    • Life’s a lottery. Be lucky.
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    • Wow, truth spoken. He clearly isn’t going to last much longer. RIP “who ever that guy is”
      Alaion 10 jul
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    • He's an absolute legend of a human
      Tuetis 10 jul
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    • He is a fucking comedic genius and is insanely good at writing
      Krobsly 10 jul
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    • I don't think so. Be as lucky as you want, you aren't going to end up a successful celebrity if you have fuck all for ski lls. Famous actors are famous actors for a reason, singers cause they're singers all that
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    • Who is this guy? He looks familiar but can't put my finger on it
      ssjBrohan 10 jul
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    • The one piece of advice from a famous/wealthy person, that I've taken to heart, is to never pass up an opportunity.
      Thancred 10 jul
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    • If he tells me not to listen to him then that creates a paradox because then I'd have to listen to him and then not listen to him
      Tadami 10 jul
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    • Bo Burnham is amazing
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