IT’S NOT JUST A NEW YEAR.
IT’S A NEW DECADE.
It’s time for a change. How many years have you been (re)setting the same goals?
It’s not that you aren’t working hard enough. I KNOW you are. I see so many of you—my students, friends, and colleagues—doing everything you can to move closer to your goals.
Yet, the most common thing I hear is how you feel stuck. I really understand that feeling, because I’ve felt that way so many times in my past.
I want you to know that I hear you and I want to help.
Something I Discovered…
About two years ago, the metaphor of shifting into the driver’s seat of your career/life (and with ease) seemingly continued to pop up in whatever book I was reading, podcast I was listening to, or seminar I would attend, even when they had nothing to do with setting goals nor a career in the arts.
To be honest, I couldn’t connect the dots of how to apply this idea to our field, where it just seems so much of the power always lies in someone else, whether it’s the casting director, producer, writer, choreographer, etc.
But I was curious, so I tried to figure it out. And kept trying. And little by little, small things truly started to happen. And then I suddenly was reaching the goals I was setting so quickly.
Yet still I thought, this is probably just luck.
I couldn’t shake my curiousity though.
I decided to send myself on a mini artist retreat to really understand what I could do. I immersed myself in whatever resources I could find that was in any way related to this subject.
And then I had a “lightbulb” moment. It literally felt like in just one second, it all suddenly made so much sense.
Like so ridiculously obvious.
Like WHY do we ALL not see this?
Like I need to share this with everyone NOW.
And so I am!
I created this two-part training to give you the concrete tools to shift from the passenger seat to the driver’s seat, to know where to go, and most importantly, how to do it.