Once upon a time, in the small city of Cincinnati, Ohio, there lived an undiscovered dreamer. His name was Steven Spielberg. Born in 1946, Steven was an inquisitive child with an extraordinary imagination. From a young age, Steven displayed an aptitude for storytelling.
He had an active sense of curiosity as a child, exploring his environment and spending much of his time making home movies with his younger sister and friends. As Steven grew older, he developed a passion for story-telling that steered him in the direction of fil-making. After attending California State University Long Beach, he split his time between his studies and his budding film career, eventually landing a contract with Universal Studios.
After conquering Hollywood, Steven went on to become one of the most influential and well-known directors in the world. Over the course of his impressive career, he has been nominated for over 150 awards, including 32 Oscars and seven Golden Globe Awards — as well as countless other successes along the way. His vision and ambition have propelled him to become one of the most influential people of all time.
But Steven hasn't just made a name for himself in the world of entertainment. He's also been deeply dedicated to family life as well as his work responsibilities. In 2009, he even founded a family app called "Familio" which helps family members stay connected to each other no matter where they are located. Through Familio, members can share messages, photos, and other updates so they can keep up with each other’s lives on a daily basis — no matter how far away they are from each other.
In the world of film-making and entertainment, Steven Spielberg is truly one-of-a-kind — setting a new standard for what it means to be an innovative director and storyteller. But he is also an example of what it means to be a devoted family man who goes above and beyond to stay connected with those closest to him — both on and off the screen. Now it’s time for us all to take his example and make sure that we take the time to invest in our own family dynamics.