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How People Around You Can Hurt Your Screenwriting Dreams
I wanted to do an episode on this subject for a long time.
“You are the average of the five people you spend most of your time with.” – Jim Rohn
I wish I had someone to tell me this early on my screenwriting journey. In this episode, I go over what happened to me when I was starting out, how my friends affected me and my ability to move forward in my career and what happened to me when I moved to Los Angeles over a decade ago. I discuss how the people around you affect you on a personal, professional and even spiritual level.
I really hope you find some value in this episode.
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