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how, not only how successful the, the books are or the films are, but like,
if we think about our own, like Learn English with TV lessons,
like think about how many fans absolutely adore those lessons because it’s become such a staple for English learners as well.
Um, so yeah, it’s amazing. By the way, what does that mean, when something becomes a staple for a group of people?
Like essential, it’s like an, yeah. So when something is a staple, it’s like an essential, it’s like a go-to thing.
So if you think of like staple foods of countries, we might say that, I don’t know, rice and beans is a staple in Brazil,
um, you know, corn tends to be a staple here in South Africa.
Things like that. Essential, nice. It’s a staple. That’s a, it’s a great piece of vocabulary.
I like that. Yeah. And one example that I have of someone who achieved huge success only later in life is actually,
uh, Steve Carell. Um, because, you know, I have,
I even have here, um, a paragraph that I got from an article, and let me read it to you guys.
Beloved comedian, Steve Carell is known for his many blockbuster hits, including The 40-Year-Old Virgin and the Big Short.
But he didn’t land his hit role as Michael Scott in The Office until he was 42.
So, you know, I think that show really made his career.
Yeah. And we, we both love The Office. It’s such a hilarious, uh, TV show. And, uh
it’s crazy to think that when he got that role, he was 42 years old already. Right?
So, you know, it, it’s a good example of maybe he was, I, I think he, maybe he had made movies before already.
He was already working on it, uh, in the industry.
But the big break, let’s say, yeah, or the, that role that made his career,
yeah, or that really put it on the, put him on the map – it only came in his forties. Right?
So that’s another example that I can think of, yeah, about that.
I like what you said, putting, putting him on the map. What does that mean?
When, in this case, a person becomes more evident or more famous. Yeah.
Maybe he was making small movies or small productions before he was maybe somewhat well known,
but after The Office, he became worldwide famous. So that show put him on the map.
But, um, still talking about achievements, right?
Uh, another point that I think is important to mention here is that it’s important to enjoy the journey, right?
Because sometimes we might feel obsessed with the goal, maybe, oh, like learning English or being fluent.
But if you don’t enjoy the journey, it’s gonna be very hard for you to actually get your destination.
Yeah. Because the journey is not pleasant. And these are examples that we are sharing here.
For example, like Steve Carell or even J.K. Roland,
for example, yeah, they were doing the work for a while, yeah, before, uh, getting that goal or achieving that level of success.
And another example that I can think of is Leonardo DiCaprio.
Now bringing DiCaprio into the discussion because, um, I remember watching his first movie, I think in the nineties.
He, he, I don’t know if it was his first movie or one of his first movies called Basketball Diaries or something like that,
The Basketball Diaries. And he plays, uh, a teenager who is addicted to drugs.
And, uh, I, I could see back then that he was such a good actor already, but he didn’t stop there.
I think two years later he did Titanic, which was huge, you know?
And ever since, you know, he has been making lots of good movies, but he only won the Oscars recently.
Yeah. I think with the Revenant, and it was a few years ago.
And, there was even talk already of, oh, when is Leo DiCaprio gonna win the Oscar for best actor?
When, you know? People were kind of expecting it,
but it wasn’t happening until it finally happened, happened, like, you know, years later. Yeah.
Did you see that, by the way, uh, his acceptance speech?
I did. I did. And something that I, I, I think as well, just to touch on what you mentioned before, like,
it’s like people could be telling you, oh, you’re such, you’re so good at this, or you should keep going,
and you’re feeling, you’re thinking to yourself, nah, I should give up.
If, um, I was good, I would’ve been winning awards.
If I would’ve been recognized by the film industry a long, a long time ago. I’ve been doing this for years,
I should just give up. I’m not that good.
Um, and I think with Leonardo DiCaprio in this example, I keep thinking that, I don’t think he was fazed by
um, the idea of like, I need to win the award in order to feel good about myself,
or I need to win this award in, in order for me to recognize myself as a good actor.
He was take still taking on roles. He was never going bankrupt, you know, he wasn’t declining anything.
He was just living his life enjoying the process, as you mentioned before.
And I think this is so, this is so important for all of us to think about, like in our,
where we are at in our careers or in our learning journeys.
Um, and yeah, I think it’s, it’s, it’s just a really great point that you, you raised.
But yes, on his acceptance speech, really, I, I felt moved. I thought it was really, really, um,
I think there was so many memes about like him before, like him not winning, like,
uh, Leo just always waiting for his, his turn. It was, it was a proud moment for sure.