posted on Nov, 25 2013 @ 12:55 PM
You probably need a work ethic to succeed.
But in my business [the entertainment industry] one of the most important things is meeting the right people that can facilitate your goals. You
have heard it before and it's true....It's not what you know; it's who you know....
However it takes a lot of energy to network constantly, be engaging, friendly, and being good looking is a definite plus. Even being moderately
talented but extremely attractive can put you at the top of the list, but as you age and become jaded you will fall and fail to maintain your position
in the "star" structure unless you have developed skills along the way.
I meet lots of famous and rich people. The common trait I have noticed is most of them haven't let fame and fortune turn them into arrogant
***holes. They treat Cast, crew and extras with respect. People want to be around them...charisma and a moral code can make you famous even if only
in your own neighborhood.
If you are ambitious and want fame on a larger scale...learn how to speak proper English, study your craft, and pretend to be famous before you really
are and prepare to be lied to on a grandscale.
To paraphrase HST.....“The entertainment business is a cruel and shallow money
trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and
pimps run free, and good men die like dogs.
There's also a negative side.”