The Facade Project
Summary: The Facade Project aims to break down the real struggles of living in LA. From Cali living, to the reality of getting your foot in the door, it's time to break down the facade that everything is okay in your life and get to the truth about the struggles of working and living in Los Angeles, CA. NEW posts every SUNDAY!! @breakthefacades across all platforms!
What’s up Facaders, my next guest is Sara Lane. She is a freelance writer currently living in Orlando, Florida. She moved to LA right after graduation to work in a public relations and advertising firm. While living in LA, she had a lot of trouble getting adjusted, and simply found out that LA was not the place for her. She moved to Seattle for a bit and then eventually took a job offer back home in Florida. Through all of the ups and downs, Sara doesn’t really find too much trouble breaking the facades in her life which is great to see especially when there are many of us who don’t show what’s real, who put up that front without breaking the facades. I think that this interview taught me that your mindset is everything. When moving to a new place thats out of your comfort zone, where you are starting over, and trying to make your way, it’s important to note the things that you value and stay true to those things whether professionally or personally. Sara is ready to break the facades, are you? @slane34
This week's guest is Yash Naran! I met him through a mutual friend and found out that we went to the same university and I knew I had to have him on The Facade Project. He has such a warm spirit, is on his grind, and is doing what he has to do to attain his goals and dreams. He moved out to LA almost a year ago to pursue acting and dance. Like most of my guests, he has his struggles and is working hard to get to where he hopes to be. In this podcast he talks about the struggles of really finding his support system, a lot of people having an opinion on what they think he should be doing and how he shuts those voices down. He also talks about the importance of not comparing, you may be on page 3 while someone else is on page 23 but thats ok. You’re just not on that chapter yet He’s definitely ready to break the facades, are you? Follow him @yashers
What’s up facades? Today’s guest is Erika Fletcher! I met her through instagram, the powers of social media am I right? She is a soon to be graduate at Mizzou and upon graduation, will be moving to LA to start a full time position as a media associate for starcom. She has such a beautiful spirit and talks to me about who inspires her to keep going through the hardships and struggles in her life and how networking is so important in getting a job. She is only 20 years old but has a hustle like no other. She’s ready to break the facades are you? @therealerikaf
Jasmine Riggins is a Florida transplant who moved out to LA for a change of pace. She is a blogger, published model, Health and Fitness enthusiast who aims to impact minority women and children in her community. She is ready to break the facades in her life, are you? Follow @jai_michelle
Introducing Stori! An aspiring Entertainment Industry mogul who hustles hard to make his dream a reality. In this podcast we discuss the hardships that come along with being married at a young age, raising a son in this industry, and the ups and downs of trying to make a name for yourself in a competitive space. He's not afraid to break the facades in his life... are you?
In this episode I speak with the Eskimo Sisters, a comedy writer pair who quit the 9-5 life to produce their own series #FollowUs. The two talk about battling ADHD, bullying and the Harvey Weinstein's of the entertainment industry. @theeskimosisters
Amanda Diaz is an on-air personality in Orlando, FL. After working as a student and full time casting intern for the TV show Shark Tank, she realized LA wasn't all she hoped it to be and needed to head back to Orlando to regroup. In this podcast she talks about her anxiety, depression, and new found purpose as an actress who aims to use her platform for good when she becomes famous. @mvndvd
Behind the Facade Project with Kiara Harris! Find out why Founder and Host of everything FACADE started this platform. @kiarainla
Randall is a working actor in Los Angeles California who talks about his transition from being an athlete to being a broke actor in a tough market. @rterry813
Unmasking the true purpose of the people who come to LA!