Thursday, July 11, 2013

On Posing

On Posing,

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*Hesitantly raising my finger.
Ahem...this is all about maintaining one's integrity and identity. Yet by defining terms via harsh criticism you in-turn create alternative parameters that will create new trends of posturing. 

I'll humbly take the hit on num
ber 3 though. Becoming an entrepreneur in show-business often means mistakenly trying to provoke the world's interest. You get enticed into trying to be a showman. And before you can believe that others will believe in your importance, you attempt to brainwash yourself into walking the walk. Perhaps one of the earliest pitfalls is somehow believing we aren't enough as we are; that success means total transformation rather than embracing the details that make each of us unique and valuable to each other.

The point is not to be so tempted by success that you mistake emulating professional practice with emulating the behavior of certain class of folk you perceive to be successful. Respect the business and the art, other people's time as well as your own and remember that love is at the heart of it all.

Lets get what we came for,
C.M. Sanchez III