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Stallone feature in DuJour

By Webmaster on June 6, 2014 / 1 min read

A recent cover story in DuJour featured an interview with Stallone along with some fantastic new photographs of the man.

In the article, Sly reveals how he is ‘still fighting for (and winning) America’s heart’.

Stallone in DuJourClick on the image above to read it and let us know what you thought of the photos included in the article!

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  • LakieshaSeptember 18, 2018

    It's a relief to find somnoee who can explain things so well

  • DanielJuly 20, 2015

    this is a very great point. i love the stallone story, since i've heard about it in the enrnrpeeteurial blog circles.. I felt so bad for going back to a dayjob. I am living in a slum' area of Manila, Philippines and for pretty much all of last year, I was having trouble making ends meet. My clients gave me enough for a meager lifestyle, but I want more.I think choosing the dayjob route is a smart' thing to do, although sometimes I feel if its also just resistance to doing what I WANT to do even more if i didn't have this much resistance, last year probably wouldn't have been so bad (I admit, I didn't work hard at it and treated it like a hobby. I was definitely functioning as if I was unemployed and not self-employed and not taking myself seriously).So I admit there is a lot of resistance.. But I also have hunger. I know that what I'm doing now is not what I'd like to do to sustain myself. While I am making above average income for the Philippines, it is still not up to my personal standards, and not enough for me realistically to move out of the slums. Everyone still lives with their families pretty much and don't have to pay rent. It's a lot harder for me with no family connections to this city and hence why I had to live in the urban poor. I will soon move out and things are getting better Thanks for reminding me about the resistance.. A lot to think about.

  • Eddy NiceJune 25, 2014

    Magnific pics!

  • alexJune 18, 2014

    As an American, I have never been impacted by anything else as much as Sly. He is an unbelievable inspiration and true motivator. I love seeing his continued drive and success. America needs you Sly, keep it going!!

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