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    3 Simple Steps To Writing a Terrific Twitter Bio

    A terrific Twitter bio is possible when you rely on key words, showcase your acting credibility, create a connection by sharing something personal, and using some creative editing techniques.

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    3 Steps To Pitching Yourself to Agents

    Eventually, you will need your dream team in place if you want your career to really soar. Spring is typically is the best time to seek representation. So, let me share three ways you can begin your pursuit without wasting time and money.

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    How to Invest Wisely in Your Acting Career

    If you’re like most actors, you want to put everything you can toward classes, subscriptions, and events. However, most don’t actually have a system in place designed to help you avoid over-spending so you can put your money where it matters most.

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    3 Ways to Let Your True Self Show at a Networking Event

    It's easy to get wrapped up in the excitement and now show who you really are in networking situations!

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    3 Steps to Creating Accountability as an Actor

    Every successful person understands the power of partnership, the value of accountability, and the necessity of support. As an actor, one easy and cost-free way to get the support you need is by forming a mastermind group.

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    3 Tips For Great Actor E-mail Etiquette

    Thanks to the glorious Internet, it’s easier than ever to stay connected to your industry fans with e-mail marketing. If you want to make the most out of email marketing, you must follow these three essential rules.

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    How To Generate Press To Get Success As an Actor

    Let me show you three important facts about press releases that will lead to your success, not the other way around.

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    How To Access Your Inner Director

    Our inner critic rears its ugly head at the most inopportune moments—auditions, opening nights, first days on set—and reflects our own self-doubt and fear. It’s that little voice that says, “That was terrible. You’re not good enough. You’re a failure.”

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    3 Steps To Approaching Each Day Like a Work Of Art

    The secret to juggling your day job and your personal commitments with your acting opportunities is seeing each day as a work of art—something you create and can have control over.

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    3 Tips For Finding an Acting Accountability Partner

    One of the simplest and most effective ways to accomplish your goals is to rely on an accountability partner. But not all accountability partnerships work. So, here are three tips to help you find an accountability partner that sticks.