Those of us working in the filmmaking industry are willing to put up with ridiculous (and deadly) working conditions that few other industries would deem acceptable. But the much deeper question is: Why?
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Eric Barke breaks down why some people are immensely successful & others aren’t, the science of creative burnout, and what you can do to pursue the passion that’s right for you.
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If you’re a “creative professional” the chances are extremely high that you live in the dark. As a film editor, I have to spend all …
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As a creative professional you most likely fuel yourself on a daily basis with caffeine and afternoon sugar rushes, you fend off brain fog and …
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