Hollywood Rumination

23 Jan


If there’s anything I have learned from working in Hollywood, it’s that you never, ever, ever count your chickens before they hatch.

It doesn’t matter how much of a ‘sure thing’ anything is, or how great and solid an opportunity something is supposed to be, or how many reassurances you’ve gotten. It doesn’t matter how much the label is into it or how much money they’ve spent until now or how big a star someone’s supposed to be.

Nothing is for sure until there is $$ in your bank account.

It’s that simple!

Luckily this lesson has been learned by me in countless low stakes situations and dues paid. Now when major things don’t happen after they were about to, the impact is much softer. Seriously.

So learn that lesson.

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