I've posted links to many of Mark Evanier's wonderful series of articles on "Rejection" for writers, and here's his latest, #11. Though the pieces are of most interest to...well, writers, I think they're interesting, as well, for people who like movies and TV, because they give in inside look at how those professional actually work, behind the scenes. But beyond that, they generally offer thoughtful insight into dealing with with work situations whatever the field -- dealing with all manner of bosses, how to handle behind turned down, and not always getting what you want...and how to get there, or how to move on to something different if you don't get there.
This new article is about money. How to deal with not getting it, and how to find ways that will not only help you get it, but help you in ways that will allow you to pursue your interests. And...oh, other things, too.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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