Okay, I admit it. I used to be insanely jealous of other actors who were having more success than me. I was unhappy with my career and I thought I should be further along than I was.
The funny thing is, the more I focused on lack and comparing myself to others, the harder it became to allow new opportunities and growth to come into my life.
Ever been there?
…Are you there now?
It sucks, doesn’t it?!
When it comes to money or opportunities, a “lack” mindset can really keep you feeling like crap. Energetically, there’s no room for growth or success in that space.
Nowadays when I catch myself in a “lack” mindset, I stop and examine the thoughts that are running through my head. You wouldn’t believe the creative (and majorly unhelpful!) ideas that I would cling to – although you might be able to relate to some of them.
Check out some of the beliefs I caught myself thinking that kept me in a mindset of lack: Continue reading 3 Common Beliefs that Keep You Jealous
Sure you need to believe your goals can happen, but do you need to downplay your goals or set goals you’re not excited about? NO!!! Check out this vlog to gain more belief in your “unrealistic” goals. Continue reading ARE YOUR GOALS UNREALISTIC?
One of the hardest things about being a goal-setter is the ability to let it go. By letting go of your attachment to the goal, it can actually become easier to achieve.
Do you remember liking someone so much that you were a bumbling fool around them? Or maybe worse, you were on the receiving end of that affection, but you didn’t feel the same way? The same thing can happen when you’re too attached to a goal. Continue reading LET IT GO
It never fails. I’m at a networking event, talking to my actor friends or coaching an actor, and without a second thought they give the excuse, “Well, I’m a starving artist.”
If they’re in a coaching session, of course they’re paying me to turn this belief around. If I’m at a networking event, I smile politely and nod my head wanting to shake said actor by the shoulders screaming, “It doesn’t have to be that way!” Continue reading 10 ways to stop being a “starving artist.”
A famous scene in Indiana Jones depicts Indy trying to cross a bridge. The problem is that the bridge is invisible. It only shows up once he has taken a step. When he finally commits and takes a leap of faith, it appears. Continue reading YOUR LEAP OF FAITH
I’m always looking for apps, books and sites to make my life easier and myself more productive.
This past Saturday, I had the opportunity to co-host a workshop with actor and career coach, Gail Rastorfer. Last night, I co-hosted a Google Hangout with actor and social media expert, Tony Howell. I’ve learned so much from these two, and I want to share some tips and tricks that the three of us use. Hopefully these tools can help you to see the same results as their clients and followers.
Below are some of the top apps, books, and websites the three of us recommend most frequently. Continue reading LIFE HACKS FOR ACTORS
“When it seems impossible, when it seems like nothing is going to work, you’re usually just a few millimeters away from making it happen.” Anthony Robbins
You’ve got the talent, you’ve got the drive, you’ve got the look. Why aren’t you booking?
When things aren’t going right, you might think you need to change EVERYTHING. But, that’s not usually the case. Take golf for example. My husband tells me that moving his thumb over very slightly in his grip makes for a drastic change in where his ball travels when it leaves the club. Continue reading THE 2MM DIFFERENCE
Hey there! How often do you come out of auditions saying, “They didn’t laugh. They must not have liked me.” “I’m probably not going to get it.” “That director hates me.” “I never get these auditions.” “That was the worst audition of my life.” Continue reading VLOG: DON’T BE A MIND READER