Stop The Negative Voice And Write Great Stories — Barbara Seymour Giordano [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: What was your childhood dream?

Barbara Seymour Giordano, Writer and Coach, StoryWorksLA: That’s a big question, what was my childhood dream? My childhood dream was to be a writer. But as you grow up you realize I’m not going to make any money at that. You’re going to end up in some city, living in some derelict apartment with a hotplate, alcoholic, something terrible. How many of them have horrible endings? And then I thought That can’t be meI’d better go get a real degree and forget being a writer so I pushed it away.

Film Courage: Where do you think that stereotype comes from? Although it is true and some of those…Charles Bukowski ended up having a career and he wrote about sort of that derelict writer existence and then transcended it. Where do you think it comes from?…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

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