A soiree of Hollywood talent attended the Farrah Fawcett Foundation’s “Tex-Mex Fiesta” on Saturday, September 9th at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. At an event held to raise money for a noble cause, my attendance was met with strong wariness on the Red Carpet. After stars answered my questions, I fully understood where the millennial stigma comes from.
"Where is our passion?" – blogpost on @celebsecrets4u . How to make things happen from some of the brightest stars in Hollywood. ⭐️ – – Straight from the Red Carpet comments from @theshando ✨ @georgehamilton ✨ @stephaniequayle ✨ Remarks from FFF President: @alanakstewart ✨ – – Nonprofit Orgs: @mchs.standup2cancer ♥️ @standup2canceruk ♥️ @farrahfawcettfn ♥️ – ——————— Photographer: @takvho 📸 RedCarpetWare: @bebe_stores 🖤 ——————— #texmexfiesta #redcarpet #interview #story #bridgethegap #celebsecrets #conquer_la #noblecause #su2c #90210 #fredwillard #enlightened #generationbeauty #90s #80s #thenow #beyoubebe
In the past decade, I have constantly heard “What is with this generation? and “Millennials – They won’t understand, they’re all talk”.
Ever think the all talk is our plea for advice? Notice how I didnt use help here.
Yes, the digital age has given us so much information but we don’t necessarily know what is wrong or right. Along with knowledge, it has given us another gift – a different way of connecting. Unfortunately that means we don’t speak the same language as our parents or our bosses.
In honor of such an incredible story and a purely helpful cause, please enjoy some advice I picked up from Farrah Fawcett’s legacy and how we can create an influential legacy of our own.
Click through the gallery for 7 steps on how to find a cause worth fighting for and advice from the fighters of cancer…