We always talk about writing, filmmaking, and other industry aspects here on the blog, but we don't touch base too often with the business side of it. And if you're a writer, director, producer, or other kind of contracted film worker, you're essentially in business for yourself.
What we do is hard. No question. And it takes a certain level of strength to do it. Not just physical strength, but emotional strength as well. Give the link below a read for a peek into why we need emotional intelligence to succeed in business.
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