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Africa, Dancing, and Family: I am struggling to find the words to express my gratitude at this moment, but i will try Filmmaking is a team sport. And our team was made up amazing people from all over the world who believed in this story. Deep down we all hoped that people would come to see a flim about a fictional country on the continent of Africa, made up of a cast of people of African descent. Never in a million years did we imagine that you all would come out this strong, it still humbles me to think that people care enough to spend their money and time watching our film- But to see people of all backgrounds wearing clothing that celebrates their heritage, taking pictures next to our posters with their friends and family, and sometimes dancing in the lobbies of theaters often moved me and my wife to tears For the people who bought out theaters, who posted on social about how lit the film would be bragsed about our awesome cast, picked out outfits to wear, and who stood in line in theaters all over the world- all before even seeing the film.. To the press who wrote about the film for folks who hadn't yet seen it, and encouraged audiences to come out... ones, who came out with their parents, with their mentors, and with their And to the young friends.. Th ank you for giving our team of filmmakers the greatest gift: The opportunity to share this film, that we poured our hearts and souls into, with you. Sincerely. Ryan Coogler P.S. Wakanda Forever BlackPanther director RyanCoogler wrote this letter to fans of the film! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ’ฏ @Marvel WSHH
Africa, Dancing, and Family: I am struggling to find the words to express my gratitude at this moment, but i will try
 Filmmaking is a team sport. And our team was made up amazing people from all over the world
 who believed in this story. Deep down we all hoped that people would come to see a flim about
 a fictional country on the continent of Africa, made up of a cast of people of African descent.
 Never in a million years did we imagine that you all would come out this strong, it still humbles
 me to think that people care enough to spend their money and time watching our film- But to
 see people of all backgrounds wearing clothing that celebrates their heritage, taking pictures
 next to our posters with their friends and family, and sometimes dancing in the lobbies of
 theaters often moved me and my wife to tears
 For the people who bought out theaters, who posted on social about how lit the film would be
 bragsed about our awesome cast, picked out outfits to wear, and who stood in line in theaters
 all over the world- all before even seeing the film..
 To the press who wrote about the film for folks who hadn't yet seen it, and encouraged
 audiences to come out...
 ones, who came out with their parents, with their mentors, and with their
 And to the young
 friends..
 Th
 ank you for giving our team of filmmakers the greatest gift: The opportunity to share this
 film, that we poured our hearts and souls into, with you.
 Sincerely.
 Ryan Coogler
 P.S. Wakanda Forever
BlackPanther director RyanCoogler wrote this letter to fans of the film! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ’ฏ @Marvel WSHH

BlackPanther director RyanCoogler wrote this letter to fans of the film! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ’ฏ @Marvel WSHH

Apple, Bill Gates, and Comfortable: THERES NOTHING LIKE BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR Past generations might find todayโ€™s vision of the โ€œAmerican dreamโ€ unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picket fences and a comfortable home in the suburbs, today โ€œmaking itโ€ looks quite different. And everyone wants to become an โ€œentrepreneurโ€ yet most donโ€™t know sh*t about what it really means. - Here are a few things nobody tells you (but your boy millmentor will) about being an entrepreneur: โœ”๏ธDroping out doesnโ€™t make you the next Steve Jobs. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Many misguided individuals believe that if they could only throw off the suffocating shackles of higher education they, too, could create the next Apple. Dropping out doesnโ€™t make you a millionaire. The truth is that neither Steve Jobs nor Bill Gates dropped out of school to loaf around and play Call of Duty all day. So get your sh*t together and finish intensive reading. โœ”๏ธYou have to be insanely self-motivated. Youโ€™ll need to be authentically curious about the world, with a thirst for solving problems. When you first launch a startup, youโ€™re on your own. Eventually you may grow your team and bring great folks onboard to help, but for a while youโ€™ll riding solo. This means you (and only you) are the marketer, the finances coordinator, the PR director, the head of customer service, etc. You will be wearing every hat under the sun. - Wait, feeling scared already? Iโ€™m NOT done with the list ๐Ÿ˜‰ โœ”๏ธYou wonโ€™t get rich (at least not right away) If your business starts to grow and become successful, it can feel fantastic! Suddenly youโ€™re seeing big money roll in, and you might get dollar sign eyes. Itโ€™s tempting to go on spending sprees and reward yourself for all of your hard work. The reality is you should be feeding and growing your business with the money it brings in , not treating your business like your personal piggy bank. Smhโ€ฆ โœ”๏ธProcrastination is a death sentence. When you become your own boss, thereโ€™s no professor or manager breathing down your neck. So if you fall into that habit, you lose. โœ”๏ธYour pride could be seriously hurt. The harsh reality is that around 80% of businesses fail, which doesnโ€™t make for great odds. โœ”๏ธSuccess never tasted so good.
Apple, Bill Gates, and Comfortable: THERES NOTHING
 LIKE BEING AN
 ENTREPRENEUR
Past generations might find todayโ€™s vision of the โ€œAmerican dreamโ€ unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picket fences and a comfortable home in the suburbs, today โ€œmaking itโ€ looks quite different. And everyone wants to become an โ€œentrepreneurโ€ yet most donโ€™t know sh*t about what it really means. - Here are a few things nobody tells you (but your boy millmentor will) about being an entrepreneur: โœ”๏ธDroping out doesnโ€™t make you the next Steve Jobs. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Many misguided individuals believe that if they could only throw off the suffocating shackles of higher education they, too, could create the next Apple. Dropping out doesnโ€™t make you a millionaire. The truth is that neither Steve Jobs nor Bill Gates dropped out of school to loaf around and play Call of Duty all day. So get your sh*t together and finish intensive reading. โœ”๏ธYou have to be insanely self-motivated. Youโ€™ll need to be authentically curious about the world, with a thirst for solving problems. When you first launch a startup, youโ€™re on your own. Eventually you may grow your team and bring great folks onboard to help, but for a while youโ€™ll riding solo. This means you (and only you) are the marketer, the finances coordinator, the PR director, the head of customer service, etc. You will be wearing every hat under the sun. - Wait, feeling scared already? Iโ€™m NOT done with the list ๐Ÿ˜‰ โœ”๏ธYou wonโ€™t get rich (at least not right away) If your business starts to grow and become successful, it can feel fantastic! Suddenly youโ€™re seeing big money roll in, and you might get dollar sign eyes. Itโ€™s tempting to go on spending sprees and reward yourself for all of your hard work. The reality is you should be feeding and growing your business with the money it brings in , not treating your business like your personal piggy bank. Smhโ€ฆ โœ”๏ธProcrastination is a death sentence. When you become your own boss, thereโ€™s no professor or manager breathing down your neck. So if you fall into that habit, you lose. โœ”๏ธYour pride could be seriously hurt. The harsh reality is that around 80% of businesses fail, which doesnโ€™t make for great odds. โœ”๏ธSuccess never tasted so good.

Past generations might find todayโ€™s vision of the โ€œAmerican dreamโ€ unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picke...