Posting from my cell phone tonight while sitting in the Mooch Mobile, parked in the dark parking lot of my office aka FedEx Office. Tonight I am back to doing it homeless, back to normalcy, for me anyway.
Whatever it takes. That’s not my motto, it’s my lifestyle.
After producing my second independent film The Hunger for More for 3 days, up in northern California in my hometown of Santa Rosa, reality sits here next to me in my passenger seat. But it’s a welcome guest, a reminder to hustle for what I set out to accomplish. Buying my mother a home.
Every circumstance has a positive and a negative. Every circumstance.
Tomorrow is my first day back in the mindset of sacrifice for the greater good. A time to reevaluate my accomplishments, and learning how I can gain from them. In 3 weeks comes September, and my 2 year anniversary of doing it homeless, living in my car, doing whatever it takes to succeed.
It’s time for me to stop being humble and strive for something awesome. I have a passionate and real journey to share with the world, and it’s about time I followup with the 3 major cable networks who have contacted me to have them bid on my story. With only $60 left to my name after filming an awesome movie, I am driven more than ever before.
Now I’m going to get back in the gym tonight for the first time in a week, workout, take a shower and drive home to Walmart to fall asleep in my car.
Whatever it takes. Stay passionate.