Date Posted: Jan23, 2014
There is one question I get asked constantly from all kinds of actors. Young actors, experienced actors, actors who just moved to Los Angeles and actors who might even have representation but are looking for a better fit are all wondering: “How do I get an agent?”
Date Posted: Sep25, 2013
I meet a lot of actors who get excited to take action but don’t follow through because they start to feel overwhelmed and, ultimately, not worthy of attaining their goals. This vicious cycle erodes the trust you have with yourself. When you don’t trust yourself, how on Earth are you ever going to feel good enough to put yourself out there as an actor?
Date Posted: Aug7, 2013
Sometimes a big goal like snagging the lead in a feature film or or stepping out onto a Broadway stage can be so intimidating and exciting that we lock our view onto our target and forget to look up every once and awhile to see what’s going on outside of our goal.
Date Posted: Jul17, 2013
So, you’ve figured out your goals. You’ve got your to-do list down. Your ducks are in a row. But you feel overwhelmed. Or you don’t know where to start. And you freeze. Sound familiar? Well, let me suggest a genius tool I’ve discovered courtesy of Sark, author and creator of the well-known How to be an Artist poster.
Date Posted: May29, 2013
A lot of actors shy away from talking about their career goals. They believe that they must protect their dreams from the naysayers who warn them of how difficult the business and how “realistic” you must be when it comes to your career pursuits.
Date Posted: Mar27, 2013
In this week’s video, I’ll address a question I get asked a lot. “How do you keep fear from getting in the way of your best work when you haven’t worked in a while?”
Date Posted: Feb27, 2013
What if you reach your goal, achieve your wildest dreams and you still feel the same? Shouldn’t you feel differently? Better? Awesome? Well, that’s not always the case. Just because you booked the part, shot the scene, got some recognition or a great new agent, doesn’t mean you will suddenly feel like a whole new person. But, the goal is to feel confident inside no matter what happens in your career.
Date Posted: Jan17, 2013
An acting career is expensive with countless places to invest your cold hard cash. And if you’re like most actors, you want to put everything you can toward classes, subscriptions, and events but you 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.
Date Posted: Dec13, 2012
This has to be one of my favorite posts of the year! I developed this exercise to allow you to take stock of the year behind you and acknowledge all the amazing things you accomplished. It will also help you to kick start the new year with excitement and vision. So sit back, relax and get ready to Celebrate + Create!
Date Posted: Sep27, 2012
So you’re ready to get paid for your acting but you’re the only who knows it? Not to worry. The problem is the solution here. Making this transition can be a powerful way to step up in your career. Check out this week’s Acting Business Bite to find out a graceful and seamless way to let your collaborators know you are looking to be paid for your work – whatever pay means to you.