For the most part, that message hasn't changed a lot over the years - love is still love, and heartbreak is still heartbreak.
Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.
Growing up, I actually wanted to be a professional baseball player instead of a radio DJ. Believe it or not.
If I were doing a real rock show, slapping the phone book in time to the music, grooving with the songs, then it would matter to know how I felt about what I was playing. You can't fake it in that situation. But I'm just counting them down as they appear on the chart, 1 through 40. What really matters is what I say between the songs.
I just felt it was my job to show that there is no easy way to success, and that anyone who gets even just one Top 40 hit deserves their moment in the sun. I accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative. That is the timeless thing.