Compared to other years, the beginning of this new year seemed pretty chaotic. Starting December 2017, I entered a world of home improvement, which I thought would take me 15 days to finish but turned out being 45. Little did I know, I will soon become very knowledgable in tearing down walls, filling holes, installing drywall, tiles, baseboards, painting, drilling, and finally understanding what days the garbage and recycle trucks passed by the neighborhood.
Omar Robau, content creator, actor, and now podcast show host invited me to his SoFlo Creative Podcast on Anchor. In this first episode of the podcast, I was honored to talk about my creative process, plans, and thoughts of the entertainment industry in Miami. Take my opinions with a grain of salt. I’m just a solo-prenuer over here trying to build a creative empire.
Over-the-top fighting scenes.
Hilarious movie covers with the main character doing a bad-ass fighting pose or a flying kick of death.
Bruce Lee flexing every single muscle fiber in his body.
That white-bearded-villain Kung Fu Master who pretty much kills everyone.
Yeah, Kung Fu movies are awesome. Only because they remind me of the good old times with Dad.
It left me powerless for three days and homeless for two.
I refuged to my parents place only because they had more food than me.
Sleepless and sweaty nights are all I can remember. The floods, fallen trees, and roofless homes are fixable. But post-hurricane, which tend to be windless and humid, are the worst and most traumatizing.
— Josue Molina (@josuemolinax) September 12, 2017
I erased everything. Kind of by mistake. But I was going to anyways, so I don’t feel that dumb about it. Though, somewhere in my mind, I kind of regret not having a back up of everything.