Personal research; I reached out because I had a dream and I wanted to see if this could be the environment where I could grow into it.
My greatest fear was that I would like this class/acting so much that it would challenge me to reframe my life & what I choose to pursue.
I was naturally nervous had absolutely no idea what to expect, and I left that class with more questions than answers. Having done nothing like this before, I felt strongly out of my bounds.
The greatest gift of this training is that it has opened up my impulses as a person. It has made me hyper-aware of the behaviors of others, in turn helping me communicate and connect with others on a far deeper level. It has challenged my imagination and my ability to speak to my dream.
An observer, a craftsman, a dreamer, and a doer. An advocate of a healthy and brilliant approach to a craft/career choice that can destroy many. A clear profound influence on my great teachers, and in turn an invaluable influence on me.
Consistently working on my work-ethic in ways that I can consistently be proud of.
Be fearless. Trust the process. Be so present. “You really can get good at this!”
Having the courage to fully challenge what this training can do for me and what I can do as a part of that.
They’re adjustments–not criticisms. Trust it. Have childlike faith in the process.