The Whimsical World of Angela Cohen

Actualizing the Cartoonish Thoughts in my head

The Power of Putting Yourself Out There

on August 9, 2016

Slate WGSharing your goal: it’s one of the hardest things to do on a daily basis. You feel greasy, sleazy, braggy- and all of those other negative words that end in Y. But every time I do, I seem to attract more of what I want toward me. The Law of Attraction Strikes Again! (See former blog for reference)

I just returned from vacation- relaxed, rejuvenated, and with a rekindled motivation to work in my new environment (I recently relocated to LA). But my apartment feels like a black hole, a vortex of distractions, an energy succubus. Don’t get me wrong, my amazing balcony has an ocean breeze and is perfect for meditating, but it’s not the best place for me to accomplish my career goals.

So I got out of the house! (Thanks Al Pacino). I made some calls. I worked on getting together with old/new friends and before I knew it, one of them had offered to ask around about my film’s premiere status. Wow! So thoughtful. That may not sound like a lot to some, but in Hollywoodland, you need all the help you can get.

Thus, as I sit to finish the feature I’m dying to make, based on the short I’m trying to sell, I write this because I’m so grateful for good people coming into my life who want to help make my dreams a reality. I hope reading this helps you share your dreams and desires a little more openly, trusting that what you put out there will come back to you, maybe in ways you never even imagined, or better yet, in the scariest of ways, exactly how you imagined.

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