Saturday, June 12, 2010
Ah yes, the harsh question of the frustrated entertainment professional. Sometimes talent isn't enough... hey, that would make a good book subtitle- oh, that's right, it already is... Mine.
Listen, the bottom line is that talent is certainly important, though as you can clearly see, it's not a prerequisite. Plenty of people who are (how do I say this nicely?) sub-par, work consistently because they are well connected.
This is an industry of who you know and who knows you. So if you're not working you don't know the right people, and the only one in control of that, is YOU.
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