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How To Be Successful In The Film Industry

The entertainment industry is one of the most enriching careers that provides money, fame, comfort, and almost everything you can think of. But it’s not always the case for all the aspiring individuals. The desired lifestyle is achieved by view people and often those who try quick ways to achieve these results end up in bankruptcy. Often the stories that are shown in movies are imaginatory and it’s presented in such a way that it attracts thousands of people to become part of the entertainment industry. Yes, it seems like when once we become part of the industry and get work, all the problems of our life will disappear. The social media accounts of almost all the people who are in the entertainment industry present a glamorous life which seems like they are out of misery and living their life the best possible way. 

Everyone can achieve the life and career they desire. But the film industry can be frustrating if you are not prepared for the challenges. Here are some of the things that can guide you to become successful in the film industry.

  • Have a side hustle : This is one of the most important factors that will assist to sustain during the struggling period. As we previously mentioned there are a huge number of people who are willing to become an actor/ actress. Thousands of people might be giving the audience and if it doesn’t go well, then the side hustle or job will help you to pay the rent, buy food, and pay for basic needs. Having a job will keep you financially OK and not get lost.
  • Take responsibility : According to Sam Haskell president of Magnolia Hill Productions anyone thinking of having a career in the film industry must work hard to create an authority, showcase the work, and get the attention.  Being a good artist is not enough in the entertainment industry, individuals must be willing to take risks, act as the business, market the work and manage the deals.
    After receiving a good amount of work and the schedule getting tide, you can have an assistant, but till the period you are audiencing for work, take the full responsibility.
  • Network and sharpen your work: Be present in almost every event that is related to the Film industry. People start noticing you when there is a presence. Events are one of the best places where you can meet successful people without any appointment. Connect with as many industry people as you can and keep sharing your work on social media platforms. Avoid distraction and make yourself busy to become one of the experts on the work. There are always some people who have and get regular projects. That does not mean that you will not have any chance because of them. Keep yourself sharp, up to date and ready so when there is an opportunity no one can perform the task better than you.
  • Be fit and keep the motivation: It’s important that you eat healthy so you are always ready and have energy. Wrong diet can lower your performance. Exercise frequently and connect with nature. Start your day with a positive affirmation that can boost your self esteem and provide confidence you require. Don’t worry about rejection and take challenges as a learning process. Don’t party too hard and take proper sleep. Frequently make a list of things that you are grateful for and create a vision board of your life and career.

Sujan Pariyar is the founder of the "Think 7 Figures" magazine. He shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs from all around the world and tips to create a better life & business.

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