Six rules. And listen up, because I don’t know if I’m going to be able to tell you this again, okay?
These are from my father.
Number one. If you like something because you think other people are going to like it, it’s a sure bet no one will.
Number two. Most doors in the world are closed, so if you find one that you want to get into, you damn well better have an interesting knock.
And if you knock like you drum, you’ll be fine.
Number three. Everything that you think is important isn’t. And everything that you think is unimportant is.
Number four. Don’t shit where you eat.
Number five. Lean into it. It means that the outcome doesn’t matter. What matters is that you’re there for it. Whatever “it” is, good or bad.
And finally, number six, a personal favourite. Never sleep with someone who has more problems than you.
And my very own.
Always assume your mother’s listening.
I kinda liked the movie but not the way he went about it. If it were me I’d have started with an introduction and the money owed. What he did was shitty. But hey, Holliwood!