What can he do for aspiring entrepreneurs? What can he do for young people desperately looking for success? What kinds of lessons may be gleaned from his work, which commend themselves to persons looking for answers and important leads? How important is the fact of his contribution to Keanu Reeves’ success?
The last question gives us a chance to acknowledge the importance of persons who play extremely vital roles in maintaining the successes of others, who we may call their principal.
Obviously, Reeves immense success is his success as well. But what if he began to see Reeve as a threat to his desire to ‘shine?’ What if he felt Reeve had all the spotlight, whereas, he who made sure Reeve stayed in the kind of shape that delivered his masterly performances, remained in the background? What if he began to agitate and refused to remain ‘in the shadows’ any longer? Of course, it is well within his rights to move howsoever he chooses but there is something to commend about him.
Reeves says, “I’ve had this fantastic personal trainer for the last 10 years who makes sure that I stay in shape and maintain my training regimen even when I’m not preparing for a film that requires a high level of fitness. He’s like John Wick when it comes to getting me to work out.”
The bigger lesson in the story for persons looking to succeed is to identify individuals, corporations and communities they want to help succeed. Those who help make others succeed automatically create the conditions that inevitably ensure their own success.
By the way, the of Keanu Reeves personal trainer is Patrick Murphy.