That doesn’t mean you should bail when things are hard.
It means that you are not a victim to your circumstances.
If the level of the project that you’re taking part in is not up to your standards, you have to leave.
You can’t let other people ruin you.
Your name is all you have.
For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with writer and producer Phil Rosenthal where he shared the secret to doing work that you’re proud of.
Philip Rosenthal is the creator, writer, and executive producer of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. He is also the creator and star of Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix, Exporting Raymond, and I'll Have What Phil's Having.
Phil tries to keep his shows at a level that he is happy with. If they’re not working, he is willing to leave and try something else.
It’s not easy, but ultimately it’s for the best.
Learn how to have high standards and be in control of your narrative in Episode 786.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The secret behind the success of Everybody Loves Raymond (2:00)
Why you should quit when things aren’t up to your level (3:00)
The importance of keeping your name intact (4:00)
How to learn from the things you love and emulate them (4:40)
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