My Inc.com article yesterday, “Prince’s Quirky Anti-Celebrity Habit Showed His Class Beyond Mere Fame,” begins
Prince’s Quirky Anti-Celebrity Habit Showed His Class Beyond Mere Fame
Today’s celebrities seek fame, trying hard to promote themselves. Prince was more dedicated to his craft and community, as his relationships showed.
My first thought on learning Prince died was how my friends Corianna and Brianna, better known as Coco and Breezy, had been telling me about him and his get-togethers that he’d been inviting them to. In particular, how in this age of where athletes post on social media during competitions, so starved for fame and addicted to the habit, Prince did the opposite.
We can all learn from him. I think it shows that his fame will transcend and endure beyond most other mere celebrities.
Though this article is about Prince and what we can learn from him, I’d be remiss if I didn’t describe to an Inc.com audience the entrepreneurs and businesswomen I mentioned who Prince befriended. Who they are also illustrates Prince’s understated generosity and taste.
Read the rest at Prince’s Quirky Anti-Celebrity Habit Showed His Class Beyond Mere Fame.
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