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Structure Your Life for Success

By Joe Tremaine

You have chosen a career in the Arts, as an Actor, a Singer, a Dancer, or whatever, and you want to be a success.
Where do you start?
RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE!

You and only you can take charge of your life, your career! If you want to win, train yourself to win. If you want to be successful, train yourself to be successful.
How do I do that?
You Structure your Life for Success!

Make a detailed daily schedule of all the things you want to accomplish and stick to it! Be sure to include all of the mundane things that you need to get done as well as the important career moves you need to accomplish on any particular day.

Write each thing down and then make it happen! You will be amazed at the number of things you can accomplish in a day. Soon you will feel the satisfaction of those accomplishments as you check off the completed tasks! The satisfaction of accomplishment is enormous and sets you free to enjoy your life and advance your career!

This is YOUR Life! YOUR Career! Be hard on Yourself! No Slacking! You ARE the Product!
You want to SELL what you do?
Then you better PROVE IT!

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Insider Tips for Doing Your Best Commercial Auditions – Part 1

Commercial auditions are challenging for most actors. Audition material or scenarios are at the most 20 seconds, which means you need to be up to speed right away. No time to get into the material. You are only in the audition room, on an average of 5 minutes. Just a few minutes to get comfortable, Read the Rest…

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How to Dress for an Audition

By Master Acting Teacher ~ Diane Christiansen There are really no hard and fast rules about how to dress for an audition.  For a long while, I thought the one absolute was to never arrive to an audition dressed in costume.  Then I received a note from casting to come dressed as much like a Read the Rest…

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Fall in Love With the Process of Becoming Great

By Master Acting Teacher ~ Diane Christiansen Why did you become an actor?  This is the all-important question.  It is a question worth revisiting from time to time in order to remind ourselves of our purpose as actors.  We do not do this for fame or fortune, for acknowledgment or accolades, or for other people.  Read the Rest…

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Acting Workshops vs. Scene Study Classes

by: Carolyne Barry When you are ready to start training realize their are numerous techniques to choose from (i.e. Sanford Meisner, Method (Strasberg), Stanislavski, Chekhov, Uta Hagen, or Stella Adler.) Find the one that is right for you. After researching all the various techniques and auditing different teachers then choose the training discipline you feel Read the Rest…

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Interview with Carol Goldwasser Part 2

Interview with CD Carol Goldwasser, Part 2

After 22 years of teaching and an equal number of years working in the Entertainment Industry, I thought I knew quite a bit about casting. Additionally, we have guest CD’s in for our monthly casting director workshop, Actors Platform, at our studios and we learn a tremendous amount about what goes on in the audition Read the Rest…

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Five ways you are ruining your headshots

Five Ways You are Ruining Your Headshots

Watch this video for tips to improve your headshots, and a few things you may be doing wrong…

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Headshots On-Location

How to Prepare for Your On-Location Headshot Session

On-location headshots are very popular right now – and with good reason! They can look very natural and offer multiple different background options in one session. If your photographer has suggested an on-location shoot, here are five things you can do to prepare to make your photo shoot go as smoothly as possible: Plan, plan, Read the Rest…

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How to Get an Agent Part 2

How to Find a Talent Agent, Part 2

By Master TV Host Teacher IDalis De Leon Let me start by saying there is no one way to get an agent. Everyone has different journeys and different talent brands. So let’s say you’ve been so busy “doing the work”, building credits like you are supposed to, and you haven’t had a proper agent relationship Read the Rest…

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How to Become a TV Host - Part 4

How to Become a TV Host – Part 4

In Part 1 of How To Become A Host we reviewed what it takes, the (3) T Core Values it takes to become a host. -Think, Talk and Teach- In Part 2 I broke it down to (3) Key Areas of connection every host needs to understand. TV Hosting is a Mind Mouth and Body Read the Rest…

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