Conchita Wurst wax figure unveiled by singer in Vienna, Austria
Conchita Wurst was at Madame Tussauds in Vienna yesterday, where she unveiled her wax figure. A figure that has been several months in the making, since Conchita posed for Madame Tussauds (see fabulous video here) earlier in the year.
And a couple of things struck me about the unveiling of Conchita Wurst’s wax figure. Other than the obvious — God, she’s gorgeous, who designed that beautiful pants outfit as she looks stunning in it, and I don’t think there’s anyone on the planet who poses better for a photograph than Conchita Wurst (you know, the usual thoughts!).
First, if you look closely at photographs spread across various social media platforms today, you can see she had quite a few people with her. Friends and employees (often both in the same person), who go with her to many events.
And right there, I like her even more (if that’s remotely possible) for always doing that. Because someone who not only values their friends so much they include them in amazing events when they become world-famous, but that also hires those friends to work for them is someone I think has the morals and values much of the world should have. Someone who understands what and who should be important in life.
Second, Conchita Wurst unveiling her wax figure at Madame Tussauds yesterday tells me even more about her. Because I remember her telling a story a few months ago about attending a Madame Tussauds wax figure unveiling of another celebrity with her manager René Berto several years ago. And how René had said he wanted her to be the one having her wax figure unveiled.
And that ties into an idea I’ve had about Conchita Wurst for a long time. An idea about how she has become so successful, because you’ve got to admit few people ever get the myriad of amazing opportunities she’s had in the last year. Because I know how she’s done it (other than her phenomenal talent, hard work, lovely personality and incredible beauty, you understand).
She uses the same principle many very successful people do. Decides what she wants, concentrates on creating it, puts it out to the universe and asks for the universe to bring it back to her. And then she lets it go.
It’s the Law of Attraction. You know, the one Oprah has been talking about for the last few years. The idea that you are responsible for your life, and that what you concentrate on is what you draw into your life. The same law motivational speaker Les Brown talks about — and any Conchita Wurst fan knows how much she admires him.
I am convinced that is what Conchita Wurst does — she believes in the Law of Attraction — because she’s now getting everything she ever wanted, including that Madame Tussauds wax figure René once wished for her.
I’m also convinced it’s why Conchita Wurst will continue to be successful in her life, and why she will eventually get that Grammy. The Law of Attraction is too powerful if you really believe in it. And she obviously does. After all, she keeps on saying she’s now living her dream. Madame Tussauds wax figure, and all.
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