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Interview with Nash Grier

Since Nash Grier was 17 years old, I asked him, in context of the close proximity of our ages, what advice he has for teenagers trying to pursue their dreams. The first thing he said was “Be yourself.” He said to try to figure out what “your actually passion is.” He said that he noticed…
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Cece Jane

August 17, 2015

Since Nash Grier was 17 years old, I asked him, in context of the close proximity of our ages, what advice he has for teenagers trying to pursue their dreams. The first thing he said was “Be yourself.” He said to try to figure out what “your actually passion is.” He said that he noticed a lot of people when he was growing up had opportunities put right in front of them and that they did not take advantage of them. He said a lot of people just go with the wind, but that they should actually figure out what their passion is.

Nash was studying to be a doctor and play lacrosse in college, and then he realized that his true passion was in entertainment, so he flew across the country to pursue his dreams. His best advice was “Follow your passion”.

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