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This is a great blog to read! I’ve been this person and known so many who are rejected daily, without even leaving their homes. Read. Really read this. Take heart and be bold. We’re all created for a purpose and if you’re not living it, you’re wasting your life. But it is never too late to begin. So begin. Today.

Originally posted on When I Have Time by Sara Rosso:

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If you’re new here, you should probably read my biography just to give you a better sense of who I am. In short: I do a lot of stuff. I’m curious. I love learning. I take risks. I speak my mind. I dare.

The risks I take are reinforced by a belief that I owe it to myself to at least try. I’ve always seen myself as a bit of a Jack of all trades, rather than an expert in one subject, but I’ve come to believe that’s a blessing rather than a curse. Releasing myself from the aim of being an expert or being perfect at something means that I have the complete and utter freedom to try. And fail. Hell yes, fail. Even often!

But trying, definitely.

I’ve spent a lot of time talking with (girl)friends about what’s next for them. I mentioned that…

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Ode to Whitney

As a young girl I remember watching Whitney Houston belt out melodies with such strength and passion.  She was my inspiration.  I grew up singing her songs and imagining I was on stage with her.  As I grew up, I continued to follow her career.  We had a lot in common.  I knew if God could give her such a precious gift and gave her an audience, surely He could do the same for me.  But as her life began to crumble before the eyes of the world I thought about why it was happening.  Fame and fortune are not for the weak of heart.  When you are expected to give 1000% as Whitney did every day for so many years, that pressure takes a toll on your heart and soul.  Whitney was caving in to the pressures around her and she didn’t see a way out.  So she gave in.  I didn’t want that life.

Now, I see what I am purposed to do.  As a team, my husband and I dream of affecting change in Hollywood.  We know the pressures that the media and the industry puts on artists.  We want to bring about a new perspective for those artists.  Maybe by being a quiet, supportive voice, we can help take some of that pressure off so the artist can perform as they really want to.  Nothing crushes art like the weight of the world.

So as the world mourns the loss of yet another mega-talent, may our eyes be opened and our hearts forever changed.

May you rest in peace, Ms. Houston, and the angels guide you swiftly home.

OMC

Whitney Houston

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Life is busy and full of surprises!  OMC is a small startup company but we are hedging forth into the Social Media world to get our name out there.  As such, we would love for you to follow us on Twitter @geanean as well as on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000622500815).  We are always updating information about our progress and dreams on these sites.

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Keep dreaming, moving forward, and looking up!

Hello world!

We are currently under construction as a creative talent management agency.  We operate out of our home in Spring, Texas, and currently have one amazingly talented actor on our team.  We have been in the entertainment industry since 2003.  We started out in Los Angeles and came to Texas 2 years ago.  Texas has a small creative pool, but has a very promising future.  For the moment, we are here!  God knows where the future will take us, but for now we are utilizing our time and talent to the best of our ability, and we are hopeful about our future endeavors.  To get an idea of the talent we are looking for, please click on this link to visit our acting talent’s website.  www.JorgeOrdonezOnline.com

 

Cheers!

OMC