So what do you do when the day
before shooting starts on a shark movie,
your mechanical shark sinks to the bottom? 

If you’re Steven Spielberg,
you improvise,
end up shooting an even better movie
and add, he estimates, 175 million to the box office

Every film maker, entrepreneur, employee
is faced with “disasters.” 

You can throw up your hands and walk away
or you can make your Jaws.

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2 Comments

  1. January 29, 2010 @ 1:22 pm


    this is really good information for my english coursework, Thankyou!

    Posted by yvonne
  2. November 8, 2013 @ 9:38 pm


    […] So this November as you’re dreading holiday dinners, calorie counts, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or any of the other cliched things that there are to dread I hope you will take some time out for yourself, take stock of what you do, and give thanks. Give thanks to the people who have helped you do what you do and even the people who have created obstacles to over come, after all sometimes we need a challenge to get the best possible result (just ask Steven Spielberg about Jaws). […]

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