“It’s like this: You can stay in a local theater and work for the art of it, and that’s great,” she said. “Or you can say, ‘I can make this my business.’ And if you want to do your business well, you’d better learn how to handle those negotiations, how and when to push, and when to lay off.”
It’s a lesson she’s trying to pass on to her daughters, who enjoy making slime.
“My oldest daughter wants to start selling it. I was like, ‘Great. Start a business,'” McCarthy says. “It can’t just be ‘gimme, gimme, gimme.’ I talk a lot about, ‘We work hard for things.'”
Source: Rich Fury [https://www.businessinsider.com]