The Science of Happiness

Happiness..such a common thing, but rare? So many people walk, heads down, sucked into the rhythm of monotony and the beat of every day life. When do we stop and question, what makes me happy? For some the answer might be straight forward and simple, for others it's a maze... Is it the work you are doing, the people you spend your life with, or the way you carry yourself amongst your peers that makes you happy? Or is it a combination of all of the above? And perhaps the physical road to your answer isn't as short as the theoretical one. Someone once told me that it's when you find the crossroad between what you love and what you are good at that will make you golden..that will bring you your purpose in life. So many of us work our entire lives, never making it to this crossroad. The StreetRacer Team fights every day for what they they believe in, their happiness - the power and beauty of great music, the way it impacts people, and brings life to our souls. If you are reading, share your happiness with us.

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Limelight

So what really makes someone famous? And who determines what fame is...? Those are some recent thoughts that have me pondering lately. All the while, I watch the StreetRacer producers work harder than ever: produce and create great content, make connections and reach out to the people, to you guys. But what really is it that decides who makes it and who doesn't?

Living and working in the heart of New York, you end up seeing famous people quite often. The hysteria surrounding celebrities is quite remarkable. I can't help but question if fame = talent? Or if it's all just a facade.. Well, there has to be some talent in there, but maybe with a larger scoop of luck?  I'm curious to hear what you think about fame. Share your thoughts!

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