Commutes are stressful for everyone—but there are few things as heart-racingly and claustrophobically miserable as navigating New York City's Grand Central Station during rush hour. On Valentine's Day, however, travelers were greeted by a familiar (and stress-reducing) face: Emma Watson.
In an endearingly wacky act of public service, the actress and UN ambassador was giving out advice (at $2 a pop), via FaceTime from an undisclosed location, Mashable reports.
Taking inspiration from Lucy in Charlie Brown, CNN style editor and reporter Derek Blasberg carried a portable advice desk around his neck—with an iPad broadcasting Watson's face and a money jar—while he wrangled those who sought the 26-year-old's counsel.
And although you can't quite hear her responses in the few clips scattered on social media, from what we know about the super-inspiring star, I'll bet Watson's advice was top-notch. (Plus, there was a full camera crew in tow, so fingers crossed that she unveils the footage publicly.)
Scroll down to see the actress in full-on coaching mode. (BRB—heading over to Grand Central again, just in case...)
$2 advice from Emma Watson via iPad in Grand Central pic.twitter.com/ISQH2yn5UW
— John Maloney (@JohnMaloney) February 14, 2017
If you're in need of advice—and Emma Watson isn't near—we've uncovered a few other seriously good tips: how to healthfully move on from a breakup (and be better off than you were) and brilliant hacks on reaching your dreams, from some of the most successful people around.
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