The legend himself, Robert De Niro spoke at the NYU Tisch School Of Arts and gave a very honest and pioneering speech about the power of passion and how to handle rejection. He didn’t sugar coat anything and was as straight up as it gets saying “You made it — and, you’re f—ed.” In a round about way, however, he stated how lawyers and med students would all have jobs after they were done school, where the arts students would have to handle a much more bumpy road. But nevertheless he was pleased to tell them about his own unique journey in an uncertain path and congratulated them with finding their life’s calling, which he claims is the very first most important step – and that the path is clear “not easy but clear” ( in terms of you know what you want ). De Niro discussed how rejection “can sting” but he elaborates on how he doesn’t believe it has anything to do with you personally and how it’s pretty much inevitable. He went into a story about some of the tough rejections he faced in the industry and how they pretty well made him stronger around the edges. This speech is highly entertaining as much as it is delightful and advising.
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