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    All we’re trying to do in acting is to stop “acting” and allow ourselves to be. 
    This is simple—but it’s not easy. 
    Just like most things in life, I have found. The basic truths and understanding of many things is born out of simplicity. Human beings overcomplicate to the point of rendering things confusing, pain-inflicting, and sometimes nonsensical. 
    What if we just started with this basic hypothesis that you’re enough. You are. We all are. But we distrust this, so we spend an inordinate amount of time trying to be someone we’re not and do things to keep us from revealing who we really are. 
    I get it. We live in a society that’s constantly comparing us to something else and we try to conform ourselves to whatever we feel is marketable or gets the job or is the hot look or is cast-able or popular. 
    When I look at the work of experts in other fields, I find that the same simple premises apply in all their research. That is, when we work with very simple and concrete expressions of who we already are…miracles occur. 
    Parenting expert Shefali Tsabary on a recent episode of “Oprah’s Life Class” really breaks down parenting in

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    Keeping It Simple

    All we’re trying to do in acting is to stop “acting” and allow ourselves to be. 
    This is simple—but it’s not easy. 
    Just like most things in life, I have found. The basic truths and understanding of many things is born out of simplicity. Human beings overcomplicate to the point of rendering things confusing, pain-inflicting, and sometimes nonsensical. 
    What if we just started with this basic hypothesis that you’re enough. You are. We all are. But we distrust this, so we spend an inordinate amount of time trying to be someone we’re not and do things to keep us from revealing who we really are. 
    I get it. We live in a society that’s constantly comparing us to something else and we try to conform ourselves to whatever we feel is marketable or gets the job or is the hot look or is cast-able or popular. 
    When I look at the work of experts in other fields, I find that the same simple premises apply in all their research. That is, when we work with very simple and concrete expressions of who we already are…miracles occur. 
    Parenting expert Shefali Tsabary on a recent episode of “Oprah’s Life Class” really breaks down parenting in

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