I’ve lived a very simply life. I’m not a party animal, I haven’t gone to college, I haven’t gone sky diving or ran with the bulls. I’ve always led a simple, uninspiring life – until I came to Hollywood.
In 2008 I was given the opportunity by my friend Kendoll to come to Los Angeles to help produce his film. It was a new and exciting experience, in which I learned a lot about the industry, the vast oppourtunities socal can offer, and I also learned a hell of a lot about myself.
Fast forward two years later, I am back in socal, living those new opportunities. I have a new confidence – a new life. I have been living in my car for about two and a half months now, playing salesmen and quickly building up my clientele with professionals, schools, lawyers and more. Now I know how to produce and promote a film, pick out a bra and panty set, make a drink called The Scorpion, play Lacrosse and a lot more! Never would I have done so much back in my home town. I’m a fresh new man down here, and I’ve decided to stay in socal indefinitely.
The past two weeks have kept me very busy with new clients. I have joined a Barter Exchange, which has gotten me a lot of new clients, and free advertising. It’s another new experience I am learning, and enjoying as I go along. My friend Kendoll referred me to a Bartending School, and I met the owner today to discuss how I can help improve his business. It’s safe to say I landed the job, thanks Kendoll!
OH! I almost forgot! I start a full time job on Monday – HAHA! It’s the same job, with the same company, with my good friend Mr. Speed. I will be doing security, grave yard shifts, like I was doing in 2008. A consistent paycheck will relieve so much stress you have no idea. By this time next month, I will have hundreds of dollars just chillin in my bank accounts, no longer having to spend my entire day looking for new clients. I will definitely continue to grab new clients, however, I won’t have to worry about when/where my next meal comes from. I will be able to afford healthy food, clothes that actually fit me, new shoes and socks (my shoes are definitely beginning to stink, because I wear them all night to keep me warm), and even an oil change and other necessities for my loyal car.
But I will continue to live in my car. I’ll still have bills to pay, some in collections, fees to make my business an official entity, food, gas – and maybe I’ll get bold and cough up $50 on a hotel room for a night. We’ll see…