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    10 Things To Do With Your Old Headshots

    New headshots! Hooray! Is anything better than getting new pictures that perfectly reflect who you are as a performer? But you have a crapload of old headshots leftover that cost you a small fortune and you can’t bring yourself to throw them away!

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    9 Ways To Be an Acting Warrior

    When anyone urges you to give up your dream – even if they have all the good intentions in the world – recognize it for what it is: an attempt to manipulate, intimidate, and frighten you out of your goals. That is the kiss of death. You have to follow your dream ...

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    Stop Waiting and Live Your Life Now

    Stop waiting for things to get better or easier or less busy. Stop saying that you need to wait to be better prepared or more secure or more certain of yourself.

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    5 Places To Find a Great Monologue

    Last week I shared with you how to improve your child’s chances of making a great impression when choosing a monologue. Are you curious where to find some good material for that next big audition?

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    How To Get an Agent To Respond To You

    To get an agent to respond to your marketing materials or to build your network of casting directors here are some tips.

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    Introduction to Meditation for Actors (Part 3)

    In order for meditation to be beneficial, you have to do it, and do it with some degree of consistency. It's also important that your practice doesn’t feel like a chore but instead feels relaxing, nurturing, and energizing.

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    10 Ways To Market Yourself to Industry Professionals

    Many actors don’t even know the concept of a marketing campaign or that they should be creating one. What is it? What do you do exactly?

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    Why You Shouldn't Assume Anything As an Actor

    Assumptions often get us into trouble because they generally stem from our fixed conditioned mind patterns that assume things incorrectly based on our paradigms of doubt, fear, and cynicism.

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    3 Steps To Making Good Acting Choices

    Here is an easy three-step proven process that I have used in all my projects to help find the right performance style and actor choices that deliver on my clients' concept or idea and proves clearly, there are no bad actors, just bad choices.

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    The Dos and Don'ts of Choosing a Monologue for a Young Performer

    Whether your child or teen is auditioning for a school theater program, a show, or an industry professional, a monologue is a must-have for every young actor.