1) Don’t be afraid to fail. In each of our failures there is a something to gain or learn from. Sometimes the simple lesson is in learning what not to do. What we often perceive as a “failure” is actually just a lesson that life is teaching us. Try a different approach. 2) Don’t be afraid to speak up and use your voice. Too often we hold back from saying what we really want to say or mean to say. Sometimes the biggest regrets we have are the things we never said to someone while they were still around to… Read more.
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Jacqui Blue is an emerging filmmaker; director, writer, business owner and mother of five sons. Before putting herself through film school in 2011, she spent the greater part of the last decade working as a stay at home mom and wife.
In 2014 she released her first documentary, Beautiful Births, which has received international acclaim and launched her own production company, Starseed Pictures. She has recently worked with James Franco and Jay Davis at Studio 4 on a short film and is now in production with a second documentary, a short film, and a web series.
For more information, please visit JacquiBlue.net.
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