Go Big or Go Home – The Grammys & Life

Posted by on February 16, 2011

One thing that it seems Hollywood and the music industry live by is the philosophy of “Go Big or Go Home”. Honestly, you can tell when they don’t go big. We call those B Movies. They’re found in the clearance section of record stores.

Seeing the Grammy’s is inspiring. It’s a dozen artists doing the biggest parts of their show or even creating a brand new one just for this event. Take Cee Lo Green.

Cee Lo Green Gwyneth Paltrow Grammys 2011

A peacock armor suit. Puppets for a band. Gwyneth Paltrow guest vocals. An amazing looking set. This is not your average show. They went big. So did Muse and the other acts. It’s inspiring in a way.

I want my life to go big or go home.

Though I don’t have many plans, vacations are one area we’re going big in this year. We’ve done a lot of safe vacations but in our hearts we wish for more than Disney World. We’re thinking outside the US somewhere. The unknown of other countries has always held me back. It shouldn’t unless there is a a real threat there. So no Mexico but a Caribbean island should be good.

To clarify, not talking unwise decisions. Just being more adventurous.

How this applies to business we don’t know yet, but Chris Moncus Photography is going big(er). Probably not in size or number of weddings, but there’s somewhere we can go bigger.

How else should this affect my life? I don’t know. But it needs to. Got any ideas?

All I know is we’re NOT going home!

Do you have a good story about going big?

One Response to Go Big or Go Home – The Grammys & Life

  1. Tracie

    Invest BIG into the lives of others. Don’t be afraid to show the world the amazing BIG gifts God has given you.
    For me I am hoping to run my first 5K, and go on a cruise for my birthday next year.
    :)

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