Modern society continues to suffer the decay I mentioned at the beginning, with the multiplier effect of digital communication speed and social panurgism. In fact, if in ancient times the singer’s “managers”, i.e. the people who handled the artists, had to make a living by offering the public “mediocre” artists, exalting them as if they were the best, imagine what could happen today where the media bombards us from all directions.
The public is constantly misled and persuaded, little by little, that mediocrity is pure talent. Then comes the emotional aspect, the cheering, the faith, which makes it almost impossible to oppose against these yardsticks of judgment. If someone firmly believes in something, even if it’s wrong, then it’s a good idea for them to fight hard to get the results. What is sure is that if you once worked a lifetime to achieve success and maintain it, today you work at most for a couple of years to achieve temporary success before disappearing into thin air.