Learning about the difference between the facts and the narratives.
The reports from the media constantly bombard us with doom and gloom stories. There is the current narrative that the entertainment industry is dead. It got so crazy that an MP from London said people in this industry need to retrain themselves and look for other types of work.
One day, I decided to look at the facts rather than the narrative. I love Lionel Richie’s (the legendary pop artist) quote ‘Entertainment has always been at it’s best when people are in turmoil.’ It’s not a coincidence that Hollywood’s golden era started in the late ’20s during a tough time in America. People always need something that makes them feel happy during tough times.
It’s a good time to look at our current situation and see how it can work. The current United Kingdom 2nd tier rules state that no one should have parties with loads of guests at a venue. It is also not acceptable to bring the party to your home. Human’s need family affection, friendly and formal relationships and other forms of social interaction to feel happy and valued. The missing link becomes, how do we do this?
Please stay with us over the next few weeks while we talk about the new things we have learnt and are learning to adjust to our new environment.
We hope our conversation can be interactive. We hope to learn from you as we discuss our journey. Thank you for taking a few minutes to read our blog; we look forward to catching up with you next week.