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May 21 at 11:00am

Good Advice For Filmmakers, Part 1276

By Ted Hope

Some good advice for filmmakers (as well as recent college grads) comes from Arthur C. Brooks in the NY Times last weekend:
1. Earn everything: people who do not feel responsible for their own successes spend 25 percent more time feeling sad than those who feel they are responsible.
2. Fail & rebound: the average entrepreneur fails almost four times before succeeding.
3. Help others: ask yourself whether you believe your work today benefited those with less than you.
4. Don’t postpone, live now: measure your life’s value as you see fit.
Good advice can come from all directions — right, left, above, and below.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/17/opinion/arthur-c-brooks-beware-the-city-dolls.html


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