Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop

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    3 Ways to Increase Your Creative Learning by 100 Percent

    Acting – or any art form for that matter – requires learning. And in our creative, spiritual, evolutionary process, there are three types of learning.

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    You Need to Love Yourself as an Actor

    If you don’t love yourself, how can you possibly love another and radiate that love to your work and creativity? How will you birth new ideas and bring something tangible and worthwhile into the world?

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    Stop Telling Yourself Lies About Your Career!

    If only we could stop telling stories that contradicted our hearts, who would we be? Amazing Adventurers. Dynamic Doers. Beautiful Bad-Asses. Courageous Creators. But it’s hard because we’re invested in our stories.

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    How To Find Inspiration

    The reason we often don’t experience greater moments of inspiration and creativity in our own work is that we quit at the “frustration” phase, not knowing that this stage is an important part of our creative development.

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    How Meditation Can Revolutionize Your Acting Career

    We can take a practice of meditation out into our very active and busy worlds on a daily basis. And when we do, not only will our lives improve, but we’ll begin to have awareness of where we get stuck in life.

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    How a Good Mantra Can Change an Actor's Life

    Anthony Meindl believes that a good mantra can get you back on your feet when you don't land the job.

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    How To Make Your Inner Journey Inform the Outer

    For many of us, we’ve never been taught to identify with an inner journey. So we seek continuously outwardly. Partly this is due to our living in a culture that only measures results by the things we achieve and the amount of money we make.

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    Push Through Your Fear Like an A-Lister

    Like everything in acting, the things we most need to develop are the areas that have their own corresponding equivalent in our own personal lives.

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    How To Enjoy Your Acting Journey

    What is it that we’re after, really? A house in the Hamptons? A perfect boyfriend? A TV series? Fame? Or might it be the corresponding feelings we think (and are incorrectly taught) that we’ll experience once we get those things that make us desire them so much?

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    Why 'No' Really Means 'Yes' In Your Acting Career

    Hearing “No” isn’t really that big a deal. But when we associate it with incorrect interpretations in our left hemisphere – we make them mean, “I’m talentless.” “It’s never going to happen for me.” “I suck.” And then we immediately let the “No’s” defeat us.