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Do you have the entrepreneurial spirit to outwit and outlast the competition?
Jeff Probst knows what it takes for that part of you to survive.
Even when he wasn’t working, he said, “I’m not going backwards if I can’t get what I want.” “I’ve been lucky in that I’ve had success, but I still would have made the same decisions…. Put me in a box and I shrivel up.” Those decisions meant turning down nine consecutive potential jobs within 18 months.
After TV gigs at FX and Access Hollywood, he mentions, “They were super nice guys but I just didn’t like where my career was heading.” Convinced he wasn’t meant to be that guy reading a teleprompter on a dating show introducing couples, his agent agreed he wasn’t crazy for turning down work.
“That’s the way I feel about my professional life,” Probst says.
“I’m really only interested in storytelling, so I’m either writing a story of interested in a lot of other things.” Pointing out contestant Richard Hatch from the first season—he understood moving forward intuitively by forming a group, Probst recalls. When he said, ‘I’m forming an alliance,’ we thought, ‘What is an alliance and what is he talking about?
If you want to write a novel, write persistently every morning.
Maxwell: 5 Reasons Why Dreams Don’t Take Flight If you really want to be a long distance runner, run every day working toward your goal.When he worked for Boeing for two years, the now executive producer and filmmaker realized he wasn’t good with rules. “I remember my friends saying, ‘The good news is they really like you, you can always come back.’ And I said, ‘I’m never coming back.’” Afraid of Risks?How to Be Bolder After walking away from “a lot of money” in that job, Probst hasn’t looked back since. Give me a little trust and I’ll work three times as hard to deliver and make you happy., the first marriage we had was during a live finale," Probst agreed."Since then, I think we've had probably another half dozen couples who've married.I started learning as a production assistant, then as a writer, then as a producer; then I hosted one of my own shows and I realized that’s the person delivering the message.That’s why I got in front of the camera—so that I could be the last voice in authoring it.” That involved risk-taking.“All of these things that ultimately, weirdly came true!I put it in a bottle and I sent it to CBS like it had been washed upon a shore—and didn’t hear anything back.” “I thought, .” And the rest, as they say, is history.Instead, he told Probst, “Just wait—it’ll come.” It was while driving on the freeway in Los Angeles that Probst heard TV producer Mark Burnett on the radio explaining the premise of .I’ve got to meet on it.” At the end of a two-hour meeting with Burnett, Probst had all of five minutes to actually speak up for himself.