If you want to be Michael Sheen in 30 Rock or Bryan Cranston as an actor and not as a criminal meth god, then travelling might be good for you. Bryan Cranston won in Golden Globes, and it’s not hard to imagine that he probably won it because he travelled so much, either in reality or just travel in the mind, the way the Precogs in Minority Report do. It’s also great to know that all people you respect are travellers. All writers you respect are travellers, and travellers are even the most ideal, most trustworthy, least obnoxious honorable people you can probably meet without pretension.
Travel resonates in everyone because it gets you to feel that you’re evolving more physically and less embarrassingly. The status symbol in travelling might not be good, though, but go read Don De Lillo and you might fix that problem. It’s also important to know the right words to say to the right people in different cultures, and the right words can only be gotten when you travel. See the cycle, there? Tell you what: you should travel more. Not just overseas, but just in your locality. Understand fracking the grassroots way, and see why The Economist writes very complicatedly positive about it when it might destroy nature. Travelling is also good for people like Kanye West, so they can understand that to hurt people is better than not hiding the sad fact that you are entirely alone. That said, you should now read this infographic to learn more about that.