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A couple years ago, I decided to cut out Cable TV for a couple of reasons: First, we were trying to get out of debt and we decided that at over $1000 a year, cable was a luxury we could live without.
Most people fit into one of two categories: 1) business minded or 2) creative; but to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need both. That's why so few small businesses succeed: their leaders are too heavy on one side or the other.
When I got my first movie job, It was like my own private film school. Our million dollar film starring Gary Busey set up shop in a residential rental house. We painted the walls and packed it full of desks to create our own low-budget indie production office. But the thing that fascinated me the most was the division of labor.
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