2020 has been a strange year, but one thing that’s remained consistent year over year is the gratitude I’ve felt for all the likes, shares, support, and interest you’ve given my blog. This project has been quite cathartic for me and knowing that it’s been at least a little helpful to many of you makes it all the more meaningful.
To put a fine point on this year, I’ve pulled together the six posts that most resonated with my readers this year, just in case you missed any of them.
1. HOLLYWOOD QUARANTINE: A LONG, DEEP BREATH
“Though it’s hard to find a silver lining in the time of coronavirus, if there is one, it’s this: we all get to reboot.”
2. HOW TO MAKE CONNECTIONS IN HOLLYWOOD
“If you want success in Hollywood, you’ll need relationships. Here’s my 3-step process to forming those connections.”
3. WHAT THE OSCARS TAUGHT ME ABOUT JEALOUSY AND ADMIRATION
“I often tell actors to pay attention to how they are watching their colleagues’ success. Is it with jealousy or admiration? “ I always recommend the latter, but I have to admit it’s difficult for me to move past jealousy as well.
4. HOW A GREAT COLLABORATION COMES TOGETHER
“When you cultivate the relationships around you, you create greater opportunities to make something magical.”
5. YOUR CAREER IS LIKE BETTING ON HORSES
“In horse racing, you have to bet the right horses or you’re going to wind up going home early with a big hole in your pocket… You have to have the instincts to know who has the discipline, who has the willingness, who has the desire…
6. YOU’RE THE GUN AND I’M THE BULLETS
“People who most inspire me. All of them aren’t afraid of hard work. They weren’t born on third base; they hustled their asses off to get there on a blooper down the right field line. They know what it means to do The Work.
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