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  • How the Breath Can Save You in the Waiting Room

    Based on my experience as a teacher and before that as a talent agent, as well as the feedback I have gotten from both students and clients, I can safely say that nearly as many jobs are lost in the waiting room as in the audition room.
    You’ve prepared your piece with a compelling intent, meaningful relationships, and dynamic choices. You’re confident and ready to book. Then you enter the danger zone. The voices, the posturing, the anxiety, and desperation all seem to be conspiring to diminish your strength and confidence and steal your focus. 
    Some waiting rooms are thankfully better than others, but even the good ones have the potential to distract and drain your energy.
    When this begins to happen, it’s time to become mindful of your circumstances and ask yourself: “What do I need in this moment?” 
    When you’ve identified the problem, you can then work with the breath to help solve it.
    When you are in an environment that’s puling you away from your center, it’s easy to lose your sense of self and become overwhelmed. You may be nervous, tired, angry, defensive, or any number of other things. It’s time to get specific. Each emotion or physical state has a

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