Comments on: What entrepreneurs can learn from Taylor Swift Grow your own Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:32:24 +0000 hourly 1 By: abodi Tue, 07 Dec 2010 04:10:07 +0000 Snowgirl….I think you missed the point of the article. I was simply comparing her drive and hard work to being an everyday entrepreneur. Nothing about behavior or being a role model for kids. Although compared to many out there she actually seems normal and real. I didn’t glorify Taylor in this article except for saying that her story shows how hard work pays off.

Don’t be so negative, people might surprise you more than you think…

By: glumb Fri, 03 Dec 2010 23:50:09 +0000 taylor keep changing but slowly

By: snowgirl67 Fri, 03 Dec 2010 05:03:45 +0000 Sounds just like a typical celebrity. Doesn’t every celebrity have a hard start that ends in glory??
Did Taylor really not have a childhood? Yes she had a great childhood that was totally normal. She wrote a song about Drew, pictures to burn of who? and plenty of others about “boys” in school. She didn’t meet these guys just sitting at home being the good girl like you specified in your story.
Yes, Taylor has become a “star” and yes she deserved it. But remember she is singing to “young” teens just like Miley, and Britney once did. Once Taylor’s fans grow up, what is her plan after that?
As for Taylor being a role model, umm not too fast! She had plenty of older arm candy at such a young age.
Give it time, behavior will change. It always does.
While this story is accurate about “trying new things and taking chances” I wouldn’t suggest glorifying a teen country star or should I say an adult country star who sings to teens that will age one day. Then you’ll be writing the same ole’ story glorify the next teen sensation that is next in line. To be continued..

By: steve69 Wed, 24 Nov 2010 22:02:15 +0000 On her tour bus written in script she also has a sign that say’s “Never, Never, Never Give up”. Something else worth noting, when she was visiting radio stations across the country to promote her, at the time new single, her record president told her they normally don’t let new singers play live on the air. Her response to this was “Then that’s the Goal, isn’t it”.