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  • Making Acting Your Reality, Not Your Dream

    I meet people all the time who say that acting is their life’s dream and the No. 1 priority but they are just too busy to take an acting class, audition, or look for representation. Some say if they can’t do anything 100 percent they don’t want to start and try it at all. Others say they took a class or looked for representation, but when something didn’t work out they just became too discouraged to continue trying. 
    The interesting thing is that even though these folks have either postponed or completely stopped working toward their dreams, they still say that acting is their No. 1 priority—their dream. But it’s not what a person says, it’s what they do that demonstrates the truth.
    I think there are a few different reasons for this disparity between wanting something and doing what it takes to get it, but I believe most reasons are related to fear: If you never really try to succeed you can’t really fail. We all have some level of fear and if we aren’t aware of it we can’t overcome it.
    First you should courageously ask yourself: Do I really want to act? The soul-searching honest answer may be that you are attached to the fantasy more than the reality. Because if

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