Lessons Learned: Seth Hurwitz

I remember the first time I lost money on a show, and it suddenly hit me that nobody gave a shit if I lost money or not.

I remember sitting there at my desk and thinking, “Nobody cares if I lose money. Nobody cares about my welfare here. The only person who cares about this is me.”

I realized that I had to be smart about this and whining wasn’t going to get me anywhere.

Of course, I didn’t stop whining, but I got a little better at it.