The Legacy Show 5 - What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up? - Michael Ian Cedar

Listen to these inspirational speakers from “The Legacy Show #005 / What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?”

The awesome Jordan Matter from Dancers Among Us, the inspirational Founder of She’s The First Tammy Tibbetts, and the hilarious 7x Moth Storytelling Champion Sandi Marx – take the stage at LPR to tell us ‘What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?’ at The Legacy Show #005.

The Legacy Show, for those of you who aren’t familiar, is a monthly live show in New York City that is based on the content of this blog. It is a quirky take on storytelling events that entertain AND get the listeners thinking about their lives in new ways. The performers and presenters are all people who gave a middle finger to the status quo. If you missed it (or if you want to re-watch any of it again) here are the links to the videos below or the full playlist link here:


Michael Ian Cedar – Host

Michael introduces the show – The Legacy Show #005 was entitled “What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?”

Tammy Tibbetts – Founder of She’s The First

Tammy Tibbetts shares how she ended up doing something she never thought she’d be pursuing. “We often find ourselves doing something no one before you has ever done..” she said during her inspirational story. It was a motivational and pleasant treat to have her at The Legacy Show!

Sandi Marx – 7x Moth Storytelling Champion

Sandi Marx is always a delight. She has inspirational stories for days and it was no different at the 5th Legacy Show. How did she go from wanting to act and dance to becoming a successful talent agent? Take a listen. She’s always a pleasure and a treat to have at The Legacy Show.

Jordan Matter – Pro Photographer “Dancers Among Us”

Jordan Matter is a professional photographer that can make an audience tear with laughter with his stories. He’s as fearless as they come and an inspiration to those who seek to follow their passion, no matter when in life. His ‘Dancers Among Us’ photo book is a best seller and his upcoming ‘Dancers After Dark’ is poised to be just as big a hit.

It’s my utter joy to inspire others to get creative and break down barriers to get to where they can do meaningful work. I hope I get to see you at the next The Legacy Show (TBD). Do you know of any speakers who would be good for this event? Do you have a story to tell? Please send an e-mail to me at!

Remember: Cute quotes and stories don’t make us successful; action does. Supplement your mind and soul with these stories, but the greatest achievements occur with what you do with the motivation.

Motivating the Legacy of You,

3 thoughts on “WATCH NOW – The Legacy Show #005 / What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?”

  1. When I grow up I want to be someone I would like to be friends with, someone kind and willing to listen and compromise. I want to be content and fulfilled and I want to spend time doing things that make me feel joy and wonder. I’m not looking for any spectacular accomplishments. I love what I do and I love my modest life. I think it keeps me honest and humble and it allows me to keep it simple. When I grow up I want to be a grandma and a sister and a friend. I want to be there when loved ones pass and new loved ones come into this crazy world. I want to be the elder that the young people ask about the way things were. I want to bring a smile to countless faces and ease the pain of many. I want to live to be an old, wise woman who stays open minded and up on the top 40 hits of the day. I want my life to leave many happy memories and loving thoughts. That would make me a success.

  2. There is nothing modest about a life of loving. I think your intention by itself IS a fantastic accomplishment…In fact an accomplishment that many never get to say they had… Accomplishment is not by the size of a bank account or the number of movies you made… Accomplishment is the depth of impact you make on those you wish to help. Keep doing what you are doing Rosemary. Keep loving.

    1. Thank you, Michael. Overall, I do feel successful in my life, simply because I am so loved and so fulfilled in what I do. I guess success is in the eye of the beholder!

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