Like many of you, I came to L.A. with dreams of making a movie.
Eddie Gamarra's sage advice for his clients, and others working hard to build their entertainment careers: "Go write that novel and self-publish it. Do it on your terms. Don't play the tables, build the casino. Create it and own it. Get it done. I offer up these platitudes, but struggle to follow my own advice."
1. Don't give up The business is hard. Harder now than it has been, but it's always been hard. Getting your first break, getting your second break, getting your next movie, getting your next interview.
We're a few weeks removed from the tragedy of the Boston Marathon and the subsequent events that followed. I realize that what I'm about to write may be quite divisive.
Jason Benoit explains, "We are at a precarious moment in our history. Follow social media even just a little and I’d put money on the fact that you will at some point in your day scroll past at least one status or image pertaining to gun violence. And these conversations are worthy. They are important. They should continue."
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