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					CELEBRITIES
   Mike Tyson (1966) - the greatest American
    heavyweight boxer
   David Robert Joseph Beckham (1975) –one
    of the most famous English footballers
   Michael Jackson (1958 – 2009) an American
    King of Pop
   Angelina Jolie (1975) - a prominent American
    Oscar-winning actress and William Bradley
    Pitt (1963) - an American actor and producer,
    a Golden Globe and Academy nominee
   Maria Sharapova (1987) - a world-known
    Russian tennis star
   Princess Diana (1961) – one of the most
    adored members of the British royal family.
    Diana died after trying to escape the
    paparazzi in Paris in August 1997.
   Michael Schumacher (1969) – a German F
    1’s greatest ever driver.
   John Winston Ono Lennon (1940) – a British
    pop star, composer, songwriter, an icon of
    the 1960s, a founder of “The Beatles”, a band
    that impacted the music like no other before
    or since. John Lennon was shot dead in New
    York in 1980 by David Chapman – an
    obsessed fan.
   Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone (1958) –
    an American pop music singer and actress,
    one of the world’s wealthiest female
    musicians
   Steven Spielberg (1946) – one of the most
    influential American film personalities in the
    history of film, Hollywood’s best known
    producer, director, writer and one of the
    wealthiest filmmakers in the world
   Vladimir Vysotsky (1938 – 1980) a Soviet
    musician, actor, poet and author of his own
    songs. His music became a symbol of the
    whole generation.
                   Sayings and quotations
   1. A celebrity is a person who works hard all of their life to become well
    known and then wears dark glasses to avoid being recognized. (F. Allen)
   2. What a heavy burden is a name that has become too famous.
    (Voltaire)
   3. The key to immortality is living a life which is worth to be remembered.
    (Bruce Lee)
   4. Life is a crazy ride, and nothing is guaranteed. (Eminem)
   5. The only place where success comes before work is in a dictionary.
    (Vidal Sassoon)
   6. Whatever you are, be a good one. (Abraham Lincoln)
   7. In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different. (Coco
    Chanel)
   8. The nice thing about being a celebrity is that, if you bore people, they
    think it’s their fault.
   9. Fame is a bee; It has a song; It has a sting; Ah, too, it has a wing. (E.
    Dickinson)
   10. Try not to become a man of success, but rather, try to become a man
    of value. (Albert Einstein)
     The “very best thing in the world”
   Some time ago the research, carried out through
    schools and online, was done by Luton First,
    sponsors and organizers of National Kids’ Day.
    Here is a sample of some of the survey’s results:
    What do you think is the very best thing in the
    world?
Do celebrities have a positive or a
   negative effect on society?
            Total votes 2296




                               Negative 69%

                               Positive 31%
        How to become successful
   1. Know yourself
   2. You must become financially free.
   3. Surround yourself with winners.
   4. Be very specific about your goal.
   5. Develop a strategy.
   6. Take consistent action.

   Success involves having self-belief
   1. An independent nature
   2. Self confidence
   3. Persistence
   4. A big imagination
   5. Focus
   6. Optimism
   7. Passion

				
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