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Gah, I'm sorry guys, here's another thread. But this one isn't just about the #writingcommunity, it's for ALL people who are lucky enough to make a living doing their art. It's a simple message...
Be grateful. Be grateful to the people who pay for your stuff, support your stuff, love your stuff, read, or watch, or own or admire your stuff. Treat them like the Kings and Queens that they are because...
We are learning this week from authors behaving badly, actresses behaving badly and others that no matter how much people love your stuff, your inability to be grateful results in...
See gif below...because
The way you act on social media, is a reflection of you. If you tell people they can't follow you unless they market for you (Lucian Bane) you done screwed up child. AND if you're lucky enough to be a working actor, and you hate that your hit show is renewed (Constance Wu) well..
You're telling your fans, hey I'm too good to be doing the thing you love that I am paid to do. Having a fan say "that's good news your show was renewed" and you saying "No it's not..", you're essentially saying,
FU not only to the fans, but to the other actors, the crew, and all the hardworking people who make it happen. Not picking on one person here but she and Lucian (who purged people from his fan page who didn't "market" his work) are good examples of..
How to screw your career in 2 or 3 posts by being ungrateful, entitled and totally selfish. So in conclusion, respect people who support your art. Because you could ruin that connection forever and then...
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