i hope he's still making a tidy living doing what he loves doing,he certainly hasn't let the success go to his head,which will give him as good a chance as anyone.good luck to him,wish i had a voice like that.
I hope that I am indeed still making a living in 10 years from what I love doing. I am grateful, however for the two yaers that I have had so far. You are right about the need for digital media, which is why more and more opera companies and west end theatres are apiring up with sky and other digital outlets. My future is in the hands of the buying public and I will be grateful for each day I get.
I'm also grateful for this forum as it gives me plenty of reading when I have a spare moment. I don't always have time to post, but there is always plenty to think about here...
Paul will still be making a lot of money in 20 years' time, never mind 10.
What's more it will certainly be a lot, lot more than you will be achieving and, I suspect, 98-99 per cent of this website's registered members.
As I've said in another thread, it never ceases to amaze me how so many people in the UK love to knock those who are successful.
It's a complete contrast to, for example, the States where anyone who does well is lauded to the skies.
One more point. Even if Paul was to fall by the wayside tomorrow, the rising star which is Carphone Warehouse will readily welcome back one of its former employees with open arms (and a modest pay rise)....:-))