Good afternoon (evening, night, morning – you know what I mean!)
Why am I not writing you in the morning?? Probably because at the time you were waking up to your beautiful Sunday, I was going to bed after being awake for 26 hours straight. Thus, I hope you forgive me (whoever you are that you’re kind enough to read this blog!).
Maybe here is the place where I could talk about my night shoot of the webseries I’m working on (I feel like after all those nights of camera work I am ready to be cast on “The Vampire Diaries”!), but instead I will tell you about a much bigger event of my life that occurred yesterday.
I MET JIM CARREY. THE – JIM CARREY. YES.
What can I say, it was a dream come true. I’ve always loved Jim Carrey, ever since I was little girl watching “The Mask”. Later in life he has become one of my biggest idols and inspirations as he is a huge visualization believer and has been sharing his experience of the power of mind with people all over the world for years. Here’s one of his speeches that I recommend you to watch:
“Around 1990, when Jim Carrey was a struggling young Canadian comic trying to make his way in Los Angeles, he drove his old Toyota up to Mulholland Drive. While sitting there looking at the city below and dreaming of his future, he wrote himself a check of $10 million, dated it Thanksgiving 1995, added the notation “for acting services rendered”, and carried it in his wallet from that day forth. The rest, as they say, is history.” – from “The Success Principles” by Jack Canfield.
This story serves as an every-day motivation for me – and as you might guess – I have the same kind of check written for myself dated for the September 3rd 2016. I actually pulled it out and showed Jim Carrey how his influence has been so powerful and inspiring and I’ll never forget that look in his eyes. “That is AWESOME.” he said. It’s not all in money for me of course – as it wasn’t for Jim Carrey either – it’s about that strong belief and clear image of what I want in my life. You need to be specific, you need to see it clearly; that’s how the Universe will be able to align itself just the right way for you.
Life opens up opportunities to you, and you either take them or you stay afraid of taking them. -Jim Carrey
Do YOU want to achieve success and receive love from people all over the world like Jim Carrey did? Well… you CAN. It’s all a question of belief and courage to pursue your goals.
I met Jim Carrey at the Barnes and Noble bookstore on Union Square in New York City, on a lovely Saturday afternoon that resembled a pleasant summer day even though it was October 5th. He was signing his book and talked to each and every person who came up to him for 5 whole hours with only 1 short break (hey, we all need to go to the bathroom). He gave each person individual attention and respect, enthusiasm and genuine interest in what they were saying. A man who is not only one of the best comedians ever born, but the kindest, most down to earth celebrity you’ll meet. I mean come on – he shook my hand, gave me a hug, signed my book, took a picture with me and had a conversation! I am hoping to be like him when I become famous and influential in the world. He’s the best.
P.S. Jim Carrey wrote a children’s book called “How Roland Rolls” – if you have a kid, the story has a message your child will definitely want to remember. After all, bringing the children and their parents together through reading his book is what Jim Carrey (a father and grandfather) wants most. What Jim says about his book on Ellen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIRdbbCXo3c