What Would Your Hollywood Job Be?



  1. Listen to sad music.

Sad music might blaze up painful emotions and traumatic memories but it also helps in dealing with them and making you realise that the grief you are feeling is completely normal and there is nothing extraordinary about it, as you are not the only to go through this.

  1. Talk to supportive people.

Instead of talking to toxic people, turn to positive and supportive people in life. You can reach out to family, friends and even therapists. Literally anyone who makes you feel better instead of worse counts as supportive. No matter how much you like being independent or want to be alone, t is beneficial to have some company to soothe you.

  1. Read books about breakups.


One of the major reason behind feeling miserable is the intense emotions we feel. It is because our emotional state is much more heightened than our rational state, there it becomes necessary for us to think pragmatically in order to avoid feeling traumatic. This can be done by reading self-care books like It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken, by Greg Behrendt, can give your whirring mind the good shake it needs.

“The secret to kicking ass in dumbshit Hollywood… Every time you meet someone, make a fucking impression. Make them think you’re the hottest shit in the world. Make them think they’re gonna lose their job if they don’t give you one. Look ’em in the eye, and never look away. Be confident and calm, be fucking bold.
That sounds more like the secret to kicking ass in life.
It is, but I was gonna wait and tell you that some other time. ”
― James Frey, My Friend Leonard

“Out of the closets and into the museums, libraries, architectural monuments, concert halls, bookstores, recording studios and film studios of the world. Everything belongs to the inspired and dedicated thief…. Words, colors, light, sounds, stone, wood, bronze belong to the living artist. They belong to anyone who can use them. Loot the Louvre! A bas l’originalité, the sterile and assertive ego that imprisons us as it creates. Vive le vol-pure, shameless, total. We are not responsible. Steal anything in sight.”
― William Burroughs

“I blame Hollywood for skewing perspectives. Life is just a big romantic comedy to them, and if you meet cute, happily ever-after is a forgone conclusion.”
― Jonathan Tropper, This is Where I Leave You

“Remember the great film with Bette Davis, All About Eve? There’s a scene after the scheming Eve steals Margo’s role through trickery & then gets this magnificent review. Margo of course is effing & blinding all over the place. And crying. Her director rushes into her house, puts his arms around her & says, “I ran all the way”. That’s what I want.”
― Martha Grimes, Dust

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    When do you feel most creative?

    • When everyone is looking at me
    • When I have time to review my work
    • When someone tells me their vision
    • When I’m alone
  • Question of

    When you watch a movie, what do you look for?

    • Great actors
    • Great stories
    • Great visuals
    • Great timing
  • Question of

    Which of these is a necessity to you?

    • Looking good
    • Being creative
    • Fine details
    • Putting things together
  • Question of

    Which of these would you rather have?

    • A new wardrobe
    • Great employees
    • The best wood
    • Perfect timing
  • Question of

    Do you think it’s important to pay attention to detail?

    • Not really
    • Yes, but you many chances to get it right.
    • Only if people are going to see it
    • Yes, it’s the most important thing in the world.
  • Question of

    Do you like being the center of attention?

    • Yes, very much
    • No, but I like attention.
    • Not at all
    • Only when I do a good job
  • Question of

    Are you ever late for work?

    • Yes, but people wait for me.
    • No, that’s really rude.
    • No, I like to get the job done.
    • Yes, but I never turn my work in late.
  • Question of

    What is your current job?

    • Waiter
    • Manager
    • Handyman
    • Painter
  • Question of

    How good are you at solving problems?

    • I’m not very good at all.
    • I’m good at solving other people’s problems.
    • I’m pretty good at it.
    • I’m the best problem solver ever.
  • Question of

    Are you comfortable working with technology?

    • Not at all
    • Yes, but I prefer not to.
    • I’m pretty good with it.
    • Yes, I’m the most comfortable with technology.
  • Question of

    How are you at building puzzles?

    • Not very good at all
    • I’m OK, but I’d rather write.
    • I’m awesome at building puzzles.
    • I’m the best puzzle builder ever.
  • Question of

    Do you like being told what to do?

    • Only if I’m getting paid for it
    • Not at all
    • I just need a little direction.
    • I like being told exactly what to do.
  • Question of

    What is your dream vacation spot?

    • A private island
    • The mountains
    • The beach
    • The woods
  • Question of

    How many people follow you on social media?

    • Thousands
    • Hundreds
    • Just my closest friends and family
    • I don’t have social media.
  • Question of

    If you hate your job, what do you do?

    • Quit
    • Try to make it better
    • Finish it as quickly as possible
    • Do my best with what I have

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