Monday, February 25th, 2013 | Our Best Advice | Comments Off
Over the years we have seen many clients win Oscar awards (see our Domestic Staffing website). Some of the people we referred for job opportunities were so loved by their employers, they went on to become famous celebrities themselves. Like Chef Wolfgang Puck, who Dora referred to a client. Wolfgang had worked at a renowned restaurant (the kitchen of Ma Maison), but he wanted to work as a Personal Celebrity Chef to expand his opportunities. Wolfgang was eager to prove his talents, and urged the client to give him a try. The Client decided to give him their job opportunity, and that’s how he got hired. While working ISA job referrals Wolfgang met many famous people. They fell in love with his cooking, and followed him to his first restaurant SPAGO (at that time located on Sunset), which quickly became a sensational celebrity hang. TIP: Keep reinventing your specialty talents to expand Job Opportunities and study how others created new trends. It’s a famous story that Wolfgang Puck (a Master Chef among Chefs with brilliant business strategy), transformed the restaurant and catering business and also became famous for Oscar Awards parties.
The first Oscar Awards show was held at The Roosevelt Hotel in 1929. Last night we saw another big Oscars 2013 show, (and Wolfgang still cooking up a storm), with a billion people reported to be watching. An incredible viewing increase in just 83 years (astounding confirmation how much films influence and shape our lives).
Among the noteworthy was also a tribute in memorium to those who passed away. We take this opportunity to pay them homage as added to our clients gallery, including Richard Zanuck (with his legendary producing skills), and actor Ernest Borgnine. Into his seventies Richard Zanuck was a first choice for studios that had challenging projects. He was Hollywood royalty with a father that was one of three principles who founded Fox Studios. Darryl Zanuck left a legacy with a career spanning the Silent Era, the Golden Age, and decline of the studio system (that fractured under the costly production of Cleopatra). Yet, big Hollywood productions and Fox both survived.
Richard Zanuck had his own style known as a directors producer renowned for going after and protecting quality films. He worked with some of the finest directors (many of whom are our clients) making groundbreaking pictures like Jaws with Stephen Spielberg, Ron Howard’s Cocoon, Bruce Beresford’s Driving Miss Daisy, Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict, Walter Hill’s Sting, Sam Mendes Road To Perdition, and Tim Burton Alice In Wonderland (which grossed more than 1Billion worldwide). With Burton he worked on six projects among them Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and Planet of the Apes. Films that became Hollywood classics setting new highs in world film history. California is famous for transforming History in so many key industries that people continue to flock here, and remains the leading hub for the most advanced creative talent in the world.
Ernest Borgnine was among the changing tide of actors who could successfully undertake roles in TV, with the lead in McHale’s Navy (originating the role of an irreverent con man as a PT boat skipper), and wonderful Films, with roles in The Dirty Dozen, The Wild Bunch, Airwolf, and From Here To Eternity among others. His McHale’s Navy role played with unerring comedic timing, while he could also play a tough guy with an unforgettable face.
An unlikely big-screen star or a romantic lead, this beloved actor won an Oscar in 1955 for Marty that brought him a Palm D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Marty and The Lost Weekend (1945) are the only two films ever to win both grand prizes. A career lasting six decades, Mr. Borgnine’s work continued as the voice of Mermaid Man on Sponge Bob. Nominated for an Emmy at 92 for his work on ER, he died at 95 leaving a body of historical film work for generations to come.
We must keep in view that for a large country, with a large population, running our America (as a business on a daily basis) is an extraordinary challenge. Talk about ‘running the “House”‘ – our White House belongs to the people of America alone, and the words “unto the people alone” is key. Challengingly, we each have our own bias and ideas how to do it. It can only be done if we work together to remain conscious and alert about growing our awareness and skills to become more refined, as any job requires of us. It’s our job to continuously improve ourselves. Often people lose jobs because they don’t grow, including acquiring new skills to keep up with trends and economic changes, or they begin taking a job for granted. Or conversely, an employer loses a great employee because they don’t show appreciation including incremental pay raise and benefits. However, in this economy of uncertainty, it’s important for employees to be grateful for the work when we see millions of people out of a job. TIP: Even if it’s not your ideal job and you’re out of work, give it a try and see what happens. It might turn out to be once you get in and see what’s involved, and you never know until you try it. If you don’t like it keep looking.
This is not the first time we see people heatedly arguing about violence in films, or its influence on children and American culture. While lobbying for gun control and more laws, parents are also demanding a reduction of violence in films. A friend recently sent me a quote (which Snopes confirmed is true) that Hitler allegedly made in 1942 saying, “History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so.” History is not just facts and dates, it’s a complex dimensional field we must all understand more deeply.
For instance, did you know there is such a thing called “normalcy bias“? Freedom to bear arms is an issue that brings even close friendships to be tested with differing philosophies. Hopefully, all Americans are concerned with documents that govern our freedoms. It appears that many in Washington don’t know our legacy of inherited undeniable rights. Get to know and revisit the United States Constitution and the United States Bill of Rights often, which are amazing guarantees of our freedom that many worldwide do not enjoy, or could sustain, due to corruption of values.
The right to bear arms is not an easy discussion, but there is none more complex historically with presenting a struggling tortured mind than issues of enslavement of one man to another. Men and Women have died for the right to have both. There are ‘bad guys’ who exist, who don’t just go away on their own, as films show us with some of the greatest characters Hollywood ever brought to films. But there is only one Lincoln. Daniel Day Lewis brought him to life for all of us. Although Lincoln remained a dearly beloved President he was beyond reach as a heroic figure overseeing a civil war. Rather than merely characterizing him as President Lincoln, the film industry agreed that only Daniel Day Lewis could bring forth the incredible man behind a title. Winning Best Actor was that statement.
Oscars 2013 Best Picture nominations put forward challenging plot lines of human grit and passion to overcome. With humor thrown in as Silver Lining provides, or remarkable human wisdom as even the young carry presented in Beasts Of The Southern Wild. Graphically showing how technology changed (after Avatar) is the marvelous Life of Pi that Ang Lee directed (and won Best Director). A breathtaking cinematic film that prompted my question what was the first movie made. To technically answer we turn to Edward Muybridge and his groundbreaking photos called Horses In Motion (1878), which he created using four cameras. The images were assembled as running frames showing that all four hoofs of a horse are galloping off the ground. That became the first ‘moving pictures’.
Ten years later came a home movie created by inventor Louis Le Prince in France, showing his family walking around in his garden called Roundhay Garden Scene (1888). Next came a camera test (from two men working for Thomas Edison) called Monkeyshines 1 & 2, created at Edison’s lab in New Jersey around 1889 or 1890. Why is this film history important is because new technology transformed how we see. We take symbolic images (in this case photos) that are ordered into ensembles as frames (today using bits of digitized data), and weave them together to create another frame that comes next, and so on. Story telling has expanded to new remarkable heights.
Unfortunately, most people don’t care about film history but I find it fascinating (and we are generally not taught in schools, another issue altogether). Because we passively/actively ‘record’ all that we see and feel whether we’re aware of it or not (and regardless of what we each have as immediate access to memory at any given ‘frame’), we are also sensitized to be triggered emotionally based on our experiences. These experiences (whether in the imagination or in reality) can become entrained as trance states. Silver Linings Playbook is a great example of trance state patterns, and how we can break them without using medication. It’s our response-ability to learn more about how to keep ourselves healthy including how to mature ourselves.
How manipulatable are we? Reminds me of when I lived in Bali and first saw a brilliant performance of shadow puppets [theater] art known as Wayang. I’m always amazed how quickly people forget they’re merely watching pictures moving on a wall or a movie screen (computer monitor, iPad, smart phone, etc) which was traditionally taught (and known) as shadows moving on the wall that we react and succumb. Instead of staying conscious, we become hypnotized to associatively feel ‘in the movie’ as if it’s real. But it’s an illusion, and when we begin to totally believe in its story, and live by it, that’s called a delusion. Also a famous teaching by Plato. Or in Les Misrables plot line, a story of love, despair, and revolution that changed the world. It’s tuff to argue this is delusion when seeing the movie Les Misrables. It’s incredible to know the challenges of indentured servitude and despair are here today.
About a week ago I had to reach out to a women who was literally whimpering during a movie because she was so identified with what was on the screen. She thanked me for bringing her out of her trance, and almost immediately fell right back into it. The movie was Django Unchained, (Django (character) used famously in Spaghetti Westerns, and in the tradition of Sam Peckinpah films that deal with conflicts of values and ideals, with the corruption and brutality of human violence in human society. Characters who are often loners or losers, who know of the great hypocrisy, yet somehow find a desire to do something honorable but are forced into compromise to survive in a world of nihilistic brutality.
Interesting to see that while in the past people loved these movies, an ever growing fear of violence is seeking to shut them out. It’s important that director Quentin Terrentino remained undeterred by folks who criticize his efforts to wake them up (as I understood from him during an interview was his intention and to expand the cowboy mythos). You can always choose not to watch a movie. And without judging its violence (there are films much worse then this made in Hollywood in its past), Django Unchained had an important message (several), including how hypnotic trance takes over with all of its complications in life.
Regardless of creative license in their story telling, I found it important that the Best Picture nominated films had this illuminating Key as a central theme running through them (illusion/delusion). Each one of them worthy. Among my favorites was Beasts Of The Southern Wild, which sadly few have seen (it received little promotion among other reasons). Although filmgoers believe the movie Lincoln happened as it was filmed (and hotly debated), it doesn’t change the fact that this picture was brilliantly delivered by Stephen Spielberg, or that Daniel Day Lewis remains one of the greatest actors of any generation. It became an instant American film classic.
The first public movie made for commercial viewing (for profit), was by the Lumiere brothers in 1895 (30 seats out of 100 were sold thereby proving its success.) Shown at a basement salon at the Grand Cafe in Paris (a hot city for artists to test their wares) in order to sell their Kinetoscope machine. This was a wood box you peeked into and saw moving pictures (the first “peep show” for commercial viewing). see it HERE. Then a film was made in Berlin (also a city of inventive artists) by another two brothers (Max and Emil Sklandanowsky) who invented Bioksop, a complicated technology using two parallel film strips. The Lumier brothers method was easier to use so they’re credited as the first motion picture tech (which I’m sure the Germans disagree with).
National pride is quickly claimed with most inventions, yet usually without ability to track the Clews (Klews) as to how we actually transformed with all comprehensive correspondences of variables, or how did a particular pattern begin, let alone all of its subsequent transforms of unfolding trajectories (and vectors and tensors).
A delusion theme can be inspirational (Alice In Wonderland), or crushing (Lord of The Rings), each Surreal, and crucially important in very different ways. We could say that James Bond was delusional with important lessons to learn using an ever growing grouping of deadly toys, with each side having an arsenal to choose from, or as the film story mantra in Hollywood goes (and director William Friedkin loves to say), there is ‘good and bad’ in everyone. To pretend otherwise is a fatalistic “us against them” scenario of warring without end. To bridge these divides under circumstance of such advanced tech as we have today is a huge challenge. Like children, we must learn how to manage our toys without bringing down the house. Total censorship, including being forced to censor ourselves out of fear of being “politically correct”, is dangerous. We classically had this result in a totalitarian fascism and as we see that creeping closer all around worldwide. It’s a call for us to know how we’re affected. If we cannot become more creative in the 21st century to overcome such tendencies of paranoia (movie Dr. Strangelove shows so brilliantly), we must immediately remember it’s our obligation to do better and Learn. Movies teach Vision but they’re also an illusion, and can also be a delusion myth when people blame them for being propaganda alone. Every television ad is a form of propaganda, so what does that mean? For some people it means turning off their TV, others ignore it, while others get angry, and so on. It stimulates spirited debate, but importantly, it fostered the independent film making we see online as younger gens take to DIY filming, and act as their own studio.
A group of inventors and artists as immigrants running away from Europe came here during both world wars, and was also the subsequent birth of Hollywood. Simply put, Hollywood is truly a planetary community (and yes, there is always room for improvement). Much beyond research labs of technology is the vision of men and women who see new possibilities. There is continuous new talent coming here, which disrupts the applecart along with all else. We are a planetary city of a planetary population who’s center is resonant with a human family everywhere. Technology is only as good as those who can see beyond it.
All the Event Planning today relies heavily on technology in so many ways (too long to cover here). Yet there is the expertise that still (always) remains and resides within people, not machines (and if an ice cream machine breaks down earlier in the day you need to turn on a dime and create another dessert, etc). Vision, talent, and expertise, always come first, regardless of how great your computer skills. One of the key themes of ARGO showed Hollywood takes its planning worldwide, just as any of the best clandestine ops could be planned for “what if” scenarios – because it has the courage of people crazy enough to fight for freedom on behalf of all people everywhere, and able to ‘turn on a dime’ to be creative beyond limits of circumstance. Propaganda may run in all nation states, and their respective films and yes, even in those we call documentaries, but true Wisdom themes prevail showing that any delusion can never blind people for long. We can always do better. And must.
TIP: Save critical judgements that are not intended as positive input at their core. All Event Planning including ‘dress rehearsals’ allows for spontaneous decisions. As the movie ARGO showed, the best ‘rehearsal’ never covers real life conditions necessary to bring any mission off successfully. There is no way but to remain openly agile, to pivot as needed sometimes instantly and at others spontaneously. It’s good to have your intentions clear, but you’ll find that you actually at times must go beyond them. I watched my mother (Dora) go through life in faith that there is a higher power, and we are reminded of it ongoingly. She’s always worked very hard to help people and we continue to refer people to great job opportunities. .
Last night’s stepped up glamour and diva entertainment included surprise guests of the ever memorable Barbara Streisand and Shirley Bassy, each gorgeous and singing classics much loved everywhere. Streisand singing Memories and Bassey delivering Goldfinger showed that the seasoned ladies are never too old, who can still teach the younger gens a thing or two.
First Lady Michelle Obama (another huge surprise), looked naturally relaxed and stunning as she presented Best Picture award to ARGO via live telecast from the White House to standing ovations (of many throughout the evening as we’ve not seen for some time).
And not to forget fashion, I leave reporting on the always fabulous dresses to other sources, but seeing Barbra Streisand did bring to view the insane controversy caused by a transparently liberating outfit she wore for her Oscar win (Funny Girl). She looked amazing last night and can still hold her own in 2013. As we saw with the incredible turnout from all over the world, and while many speak of apocalyptic doom and gloom (and its jaded ways of corruption), this country is still the most sought after place to live and work. And Los Angeles is the world city center to that creative fire for so many. Who come to make those famously magical stories that dreams can and do come true, which reaches out to the entire planetary culture. Hollywood holds a beacon for billions of people from all walks of life about freedom, more than any other industry, and we’re very proud to be part of it. Thank you for the job opportunities you give us, we’re grateful to help you.
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Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 | Our Best Advice | Comments Off
We saw a spectacular public luxury event as millions watched with mixed feelings during times of escalating inequality. The ‘spare no expense’ celebration of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee. The Queen is now only three years shy as the longest reigning Monarch after Queen Victoria. While she lives in England, and is primarily associated with Great Britain and some of The Commonwealth, she holds the title of Queen separately and equally in all sixteen countries. This Monarch agrees with breaking tradition, or we would not be seeing the sweeping changes already being implemented.
ISA staffing predicts Queen Elizabeth will continue with robust health for years to come and break more records, but also understood is that the monarchy must transform. History is a profound dimensional field not facts and figures. Freedom isn’t controlled by economics. There are those enslaved by their wealth just as equally mad as those who are poor. (and efficiency is not the driving force of innovation, or the creative imagination, despite MBA degrees touting that policy). Apprenticeship is still irreplaceably important to refine our skills in any sector of our society, and then the question comes who were you guided by.
ISA staffing assists our clients with quickly changing directions and setting their own trends. Our clients are VIP high profile individuals including Royal Families living here and abroad. Because of our renowned International domestic help expertise and clients who foster and seek to provide the ultimate innovation in their respective fields, we’ve seen changes come fast and escalating. We’ve participated and given advice for much of the cutting edge as it was rolling out.
Luxury living with privileges that come from being wealthy is hotly debated by those who have and those who have not, and those who aspire to it or have it thrust upon them. In a world where every dollar is being sucked up for ‘more consumerism’ we’re seeing dreams crushed and dreams come true equally made tragic. We have seen ‘rich and powerful today, gone tomorrow’ from the beginning of our establishment.
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Innovative Cuisine is a high Art, and fine dining for peak celebration occasions requires pulling out all the stops. To celebrate the glamorous occasion of a Diamond Jubilee (a Royal reign from 1952- 2012) the Royal collection commissioned a range of fine bone china. Opposing Philosophies question whether extravagant spending is wise during tuff economic times. A good question to ask is would the world be minus a value, if these exquisite arts and crafts people become extinct. It undeniably would so let’s stop arguing about spending as if luxury has no purpose. Humans on Earth have built and embellished the most exquisite architecture and artifacts possible to imagine. Other than the gypsy tradition most humans would trade with wealth rather than remain being poor. Dreams of success and great wealth continue to set standards of refinement to inspire quality living. And the philanthropic spirit that is American is uniquely its own.
While a quality lifestyle is pursued by Americans to open opportunities this country continues to provide, it requires refined discernment and appreciation how we got here. Without a deeper meaning we become a vacuous madhouse that turns into imploding compulsive consumerism. We risk a total collapse of our humanity driven by greed. The ‘best and brightest’ younger gens do not come from traditional values. There is also no “going back” to anything of the 20th, and despite how nostalgic we may be for old school elegance and well ordered structure, our world is dissolving. As the served axiom states: without a new vision, the people perish.
Great style helps immeasurably (we all well know), and I write about and more with TIPS giving Our Best Advice. For the Royals to remain popular requires a critical PR endeavor that demands the height of expertise, and sensitivity to layers of challenging complications.
The Royal Family has undertaken to break with tradition. As the Duke of Wales ages his style has improved, and so did his popularity. He was also one of the earliest proponents of organically grown food and organic gardening, now pursued by millions worldwide.
This family endured tragedy the entire world shared. A new fresh style was brought in by the Duchess of Cambridge, and we see that Kate’s popularity soared, as did Prince William’s for marrying her. They waited until each was more mature while they are also bucking tradition to set their own course. William was and remains greatly inspired by his mother. It was a visionary Diana who set new trends, who paved a new way in England, just as a young Jackie Kennedy did in her time despite both coming from privileged backgrounds, and not remotely close to what most women experience in their lifetime. The mystery surrounding these families remains and continues to intrigue with more questions of how we seek to govern ourselves than any other aion of our past.
We are not going to have a traditional structure in the 21st century. A powerful and wise feminine stream leadership is here in an entirely new mode. To face adversity from abroad such as Queen Boudica of Scotland encountered, great courage was imperative. She was a woman of formidable talents who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire and succeeded, which no other monarch could do. In fact, the Romans built a wall to contain her in Scotland! We must sustain our ability to have a viable future, which remains within our personal responsibility to mature and create. This is a duty of our humanity, not a privilege. How will you be in the future when robots have taken over most human tasks, not to mention the challenges we currently face? Billions of people must ‘retool’ to have a new purpose for their existence.
Let us also not forget that Queen Elizabeth dutifully takes on 400 events annually, without a break, no small feet of discipline for anyone in their zenith years. She provides a stream of leadership that isn’t transient (as we see with political office conditions), but what does it mean in a Space Age when we are already speaking of multidimensional hyperspace.
The Queen’s great affection for her grandchildren is well known, and she openly enjoys their opinion. At 86, when others are already well set in their ways, she agreed to experiment with her own style. It resulted in a breakthrough Royal Rock & Roll party, with Elton John leading celebs honoring the monarch from both sides of the Atlantic. Air out those dusty traditions, retire them once and for all. Liberation from ‘tradition’ is at hand, and we’re assured that even the Queen is standing with aching feet from working too long and hard, yet she does it with royal grace trained to uphold in face of everything no matter how stressful.
Nothing is done without the Queens approval first, including how the Royal Party will be dressed for coordinated color schemes. Clearly she thought red was clever for Kate. What should be retired permanently is mean spirited negative press. British media tends to be regressive in their opinions, while the Americans embrace ‘everything and anything’. Media doesn’t set trends, visionary people do, and those who generate their own creative passion don’t follow trends (they live to please themselves as they prefer). The message was clear. Stop the nonsense.
Ask the younger gens what they thought of the Queen’s Jubilee (it helps considerably to have a 3-day awesome Royal Party few could top). The consensus following change in England declared Kate’s Royal Party outfits beautiful. Kate and the Queen rocked it out of the Jubilee park. I’m partial to blush lavender gloves with the blush mint green hat (and that sublime white one the Queen wore, ok, tuff to decide..), but it was her amazing Royal elegance and exemplary unsurpassed Royal experience that was brilliantly palpable. This is a monarch who gives lessons to everyone in how to outwit newcomers and hold her reign with seamless adaptation.
We have yet to see how the younger leadership social set does. As things pivot to a multidimensional world it would do them all immeasurable good to learn of our chivalric noble stream. Imagine a world without cultural refinement that succumbs to mediocrity and ‘rule by the mobocracy’ (or unknown entities yet to be understood), and you get the picture. The failure of our leadership (worldwide), and the media’s inability to truthfully acknowledge how bad things are, is symptomatic of denial and apathy. However, the human spirit is unwaveringly Royal and we are that beyond blood lines. While there are wonderful new innovative startup companies popping up we also need more wisdom to come with them. Politics is not the answer to our ills, we must all transform. Strategically, I’d say Queen Elizabeth still did an end-run around them all, but more is yet to come. Contact us at ISA.
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