Anyone can tell a story, but few people can do it well enough to build love. And while stories can generate revenue, it is love that ultimately monetizes entertainment.
Often what is viewed as entertainment by one person may be regarded as work or an act of cruelty by another. In addition, activities that were once considered entertaining such as public punishments have become serious sports and even professions for their participants while simultaneously developing into entertainment for wider audiences.
When it comes to entering the entertainment industry, it’s important to keep a close eye on both the performance styles of others and how other businesses are run in order to gain a competitive advantage. However, it’s equally important to stay true to yourself throughout the process as this will ultimately set you apart from the rest. Click on a collocation to see more examples.