Miami Social’s season finale wraps up as a controversial, daring, volatile and (believe it or not) thought-provoking show for some … yet for others, Miami Social will leave footprints of an ever-evolving, vibrant, edgy, bustling metropolis renowned for its colorful skyline, tourism, fashion, and nightlife, as well as a Mecca for international business.
“The Magic City” has weathered hurricanes, riots, scandals, corruption, crime, racial tension, political turmoil and endless waves of immigration, only to bounce back with impetuous audacity and so too will the cast of Miami Social, right? (OR SO I PRAY WE WILL MAKE IT OUT ALIVE!!!!! Ha!)
Miami Social’s finale was a moving experience … watching George in such emotional turmoil and almost palpable pain makes me want to reach and instill a sense of self love in him. I felt his mother’s pain since I have grown to appreciate a mother’s instinctual and unconditional love. Sorah is beautiful inside and out and I know that she is torn by George’s self-destructive path, yet she deserves her own happiness. Hardy is a genuine individual who has earned my respect and admiration. Michael is my funny, sincere, overly-sensitive dear, dear friend — good as they come and truly transparent, which is what I love most about him. We had some fun scenes together this season and I look forward to many more! I smile as I write that because we couldn’t “script” those scenes if we tried! They just happen and that chemistry we have on camera is REAL and priceless!!!! Last but not least Ariel, my friend … you are a brilliant mind and I have always seen the genuine nature deep down in your soul. Underneath it all, the lover and the poet are all compact in you. I never judge others … always attempt to learn and understand why people act and react the way they do … there is always a reason. I know Ariel will find inner peace; I have faith. As far as I am concerned I am far from perfection but Shakespeare said it best – “A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow.” I love you guys. See you at The Gansevoort!
I praise the producers, cameramen, and staff involved in the production of Miami Social for their professionalism, their respect, and mostly for the most enticing views of Miami I have ever seen.
As I write the last blog for the season, I would like to share a few experiences that have had an impact in my life. Someone once said “No one who achieves success does so without the help of others, the wise, and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude.” I’ve received amazing feedback from Miami Social viewers, and I am forever grateful for the support. In fact, I have tears rolling down my face as I write this to you all AND … I AM NOT A CRIER! Ha! I can’t begin to express just how thankful I am that I have the opportunity to inspire and help others. At the end of the day, that’s all I desire. Peace, Love, and Happiness. Our time on earth is so very short; let’s celebrate life!
After reading your feedback on:
I would like to address a few topics which seem to be of interest:
The first one is “DRIVE.”
Since it is the question I get asked the most by friends, clients, colleagues, interviewers, and even perfect strangers. You may be thinking, "What is she talking about? Drive...? The drive that makes a person want to achieve a certain goal ... The drive that makes one person more successful than others …The drive that makes you want to wake up in the morning and go full speed towards achieving your goals. Ambition, clout, effort, energy, enterprise, get-up-and-go, guts, impellent, impetus, impulse, initiative, momentum, motivation, motive, pep, pressure, push, spunk, steam, vigor, vitality ... WHAT FUELS YOUR FIRE...? Get the drift?