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I relate to these characters because aspects of their personality are like me. You have a shelf life as an actor, so you have to find another way to express yourself. I get sick of myself, so I can imagine how everyone else feels. I try not to make too many movies. In most movies you spend so much time looking for any scraps of truth, and in this movie you’re just marinating in it.

I could be pensive, uhh… smart, supersticious, brave? And I, uhh, I can be light on my feet. I want all of you, forever, everyday. You and me…everyday. Because I was home-schooled, I didn’t have a lot of friends and I did ballet, which was always just girls. Anything happens in that five minutes, then I’m yours, no matter what. I wrote you everyday for a year.

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And I just turn up the parts of myself that are them and turn down the parts that aren’t. I don’t know enough about manliness to define it. I drive. Do you understand? I’m really not good at knowing what people want, because don’t have that talent.

We’re always changing. If I drive for you, you give me a time and a place, I give you a five minute window. Not to discriminate against budgets, I feel that independent films tend to ask more questions and don’t pretend to know as much as the bigger films, which tend to think they know everything. I went through puberty in a theme park. But everytime that happens, what do you get? You get a new day.

It’s nice to be around people that have a sense of the world around them, that are, in general, more conscious and conscientious. I was very excited. It feels like not that long ago that I was on a show called ‘Young Hercules’ in which I had a fake tan and wore tight leather pants and fought imaginary monsters. I give you five minutes when we get there. I relate to these characters because aspects of their personality are like me.

50 Ways to Become a Better Entrepeneur

  1. Don’t let emotions cloud your decisions.
  2. Accept criticism, no matter who gives it to you.
  3. Never stop networking.
  4. Learn from your own mistakes.
  5. Learn from other people’s mistakes.
  6. Around every corner lies an opportunity for you to sell something.
  7. Don’t get too greedy… pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered.
  8. Try not to mix your family life with your business life.
  9. No matter how successful you are, you shouldn’t stop learning.
  10. Spending money on good lawyers and accountants will save you more money in the long run.
  11. Don’t pick a stupid company name and if you do, don’t change it later on.
  12. Hiring employees won’t solve most of your problems.
  13. Be agile because slow and steady won’t win the race.
  14. Being agile isn’t enough, you also have to be scrappy too.
  15. Having a good business partner will be a key factor in your success.
  16. Don’t be afraid of the unknown.
  17. It is easier to save money than it is to make it.
  18. You don’t always have to innovate; there is nothing wrong with copying.
  19. Have a marketing plan.
  20. Don’t under estimate your competition; you can’t always know what they are doing.
  21. Watching movies like Boiler Room, will teach you how to sell.
  22. If you don’t have a business mentor, you better get one.
  23. Your income will be the average of your 5 closest friends, so pick them wisely.
  24. Diversifying is a good way to play things safe.
  25. It doesn’t matter what you want, it only matters what your customers want.
  26. When others are fearful, you should be greedy. And when they are greedy you should be fearful.
  27. You don’t always have to pay for advice. You’ll be amazed with the free advice you can get pick up from the web.
  28. The best chances you have of becoming rich is through your willingness of working hard.
  29. Even the most idiotic business idea can make money.
  30. Sex sells and it always will.
  31. An easy way to make more money is to up sell to your current customer base.
  32. Base your business decisions around metrics.
  33. There is no such thing as a safe bet.
  34. You don’t have to start a business to be successful.
  35. Raising venture capital is harder than being struck by lightening.
  36. Staying under the radar isn’t always a bad thing. Being out in the open is a great way to attract more competitors.
  37. Learn to be a team player.
  38. If you ever get screwed over, think twice before you burn the bridge.
  39. Learn to manage both your personal and business money.
  40. Live in a location filled with entrepreneurs.
  41. If you don’t take any risks, there will not be any rewards.
  42. Don’t let anything stand in your way.
  43. Sometimes you have to wait for good deals to come to you.
  44. The smartest route isn’t always the easiest route.
  45. Being too aggressive can backfire.
  46. With networking, it isn’t about whom you know, it is about whom your network knows.
  47. It’s never a bad thing to know too many rich people. Whether you
    like them or not, they can always come in handy. So make sure you always
    play nice with them.
  48. Use your email signature to promote your business.
  49. Don’t be afraid of social media. It is a great channel for customer acquisition.
  50. You’ll learn more from starting your own business, than going to business school.