Depression and procrastination are your twin babies if you’re a creator of any kind.
This comedy writer, who was featured on the show last week, shares her struggles and strategies. Tune in and find out how she did it.
Kudos to her Braveheart!What you’ll hear:
Cinematic immunity is real. So is jackass.
Why was production jobs addictive?
What made her put her foot down to really pursue screenwriting?
How does she deal with the rough winter alone in LA when her father had a stroke and her boyfriend left her?
The consequence of letting a revered professor co-op the script she was writing?
Why did she prefer writing comedy over drama?
Why did choose to write at Starbucks knowing the cliche LA writer?
What did she learn about herself and the business of counseling through the years of therapy and changing therapists?
What benefits does she see going to film school even though she had tons of on-set experience?
I would keep taking jobs. because I don’t want to face my own thoughts.The job had the best hours but I had the longest days.I have a blind faith in life. “What are you gonna do next?” People ask me. Well, I don’t know. It’s gonna happen though. Things would come around. New writers are like a new virus that Hollywood wants to get rid of. If you are lucky, you get to take hold. Then you can’t get rid of Hollywood.
I hope to be that virus.