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  • How Momentum Will Influence Your Acting Career

    Take yourself back to your high school physics class. No, not because of Laura Simpson, the cute girl who sat next to you. Pay attention. Because of inertia and momentum.
    In physics, inertia means: a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force.
    In laymen’s terms: a tendency to do nothing or remain unchanged. 
    I don’t totally remember my physics class, but I seem to recall that Newton’s first law of motion states that, “A lazy person eating Cheetos on the couch will remain on the couch unless he or she runs out of Cheetos.” There must be some external force (like a cattle prod, or lack of Cheetos) to get said person off the couch. What’s cool is what happens next…momentum. 
    In physics, momentum is: the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.
    In layman’s terms: the impetus gained by a moving object.
    What’s cool is that Newton’s first law of motion also applies here. “A successful person will continue to crush it, unless they start eating Cheetos.” Newton was a smart man.

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