Spunky and well versed, the actress talked to us about the lessons she’s learned throughout her career and the trivial situations of life as a celebrity. For our second “Lessons Learned,” Kita’s real life alter ego talks social media, Hollywood and owning her own production company.
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Lessons you’ve learned from social media:
I learned from social media that you can meet someone on the internet anywhere and see them around town and it’s like you have been friends for a while without meeting them in person before.
Lessons you’ve learned from failure:
I learned from failure that if I fail myself, that I personally have to make up for each failure with an achievement so I can balance them out constantly.
Lessons you’ve learned from success:
I can do anything I want to achieve in life after I earned a college degree in three years!
Lessons you’ve learned from heartbreak:
I learned from heartbreak that I am a very, very sensitive individual and I learned that after a few heartbreaks, I can cry on cue.
Lessons you’ve learned from your parents:
I learned from my parents how to have very genuine relationships and be extremely optimistic as a person.
Lessons you’ve learned from your ex:
I learned from an ex that two people can have great personalities and not be a perfect match.
Lessons you’ve learned from the bedroom:
I learned from my bedroom that depending on the color it is painted, your room can alter moods.
Lessons you’ve learned from high school and college:
I learned from high school how to refuse joining cliques and learned in college that everyone who says they’re your friend may not be.
Lessons you’ve learned on set:
I learned from set how productions are directed and produced and how important the role of a show runner and producer are.
Lessons you’ve learned from Hollywood:
Dreams come true if you’re serious and you wait, as well as have a lot of patience!
Lessons you’ve learned from your co-stars:
I learned from my costars that the more we work together with people, you become family and learn everyone’s dislikes and likes.
Lessons you’ve learned from your child:
They mimic every single tendency you possess… It feels like looking in the mirror when you look at them.
Lessons you’ve learned from owning your own production company:
I can work as a producer behind the camera and be just as passionate about the job behind the scenes.
Lessons you’ve learned from your character Kita:
I learned from Kita how to be a two dimensional character because Kita is stern as a cop but loving in her dating relationship.
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