Pop open the creative vacuum

By Alan O’Hashi from True Stories of a Mediocre Writer

Boulder TV community producer Sarah Curry was a student at the University of Colorado when she made a show called “Sensible Living.” She went on to become a successful documentary filmmaker.

Living in a vacuum bottle was not an option since I was getting off to a new start. I learned about the importance of building on-the-spot relationships and began to get out into the Boulder community more.

That came easy to me. I knew the hustle because of my experience selling soda pop at the CFD parades and later as a carnival…

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This memoir provides insight and a few tips through the author's experiences about becoming more confident in your ability to balance perfection and accuracy that results in a higher likelihood of finishing your work.

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Alan O'Hashi, Views from Behind the Lens

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Have Typewriter-Will Travel: I’m a filmmaker & author. My book “Beyond Heart Mountain” was just released by Winter Goose Publishing www.beyondheartmountain.com

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