Episode 34: Making Your Art Your Business with Koji Steven Sakai

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Koji Steven Sakai is the founder of Little Nalu Pictures LLC. He has written five feature films that have been produced, Haunted Highway , The People I’ve Slept With, Monster & Me #1 Serial Killer, and Dying to Kill. He also served as a producer on The People I’ve Slept With, #1 Serial Killer, Dying to Kill and Dwayne Perkins: Take Notes, a one hour comedy special. 

Koji is also currently working on a Kickstarter campaign for a film he is producing called "The Big Bachi and also has a new novella available on Amazon Kindle, "Operation Survive".

Koji shares about who influenced him to become a writer and how he could not envision his career being stuck in a cubicle. 

What you will learn from this episode:

  • The importance of networking  
  • How to look at your writing or art as a business
  • Why Koji does not get writer's block
  • How to set goals 
  • How to move from a job you dislike into following a greater calling in your career

 

Getting in touch with Koji Steven Sakai:

Koji's website

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

Koji's Current Projects:

Operation Survive Giveaway

The Big Bachi Kickstarter

 


 

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