By Richard Carlson

ISBN-10: 0786883510

ISBN-13: 9780786883516

For the hundreds of thousands who've learn Don't Sweat the Small Stuff, this inspiring new workbook has been designed to assist placed the book's ideas into perform. comprises workouts, questions, and self-tests designed to aid readers positioned issues into viewpoint and preserve the little issues from taking up their lives.

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Dumb C. Overpaid for their work D. Waiters Well, you can’t win ’em all. Certainly some actors have no training, some have no talent, some are stupid, and some of them make a lot of money. You could probably cross out my laundry list of prerequisites, with the exception of luck and endurance, and have an accurate accounting of the necessary skills an actor must have. Luck and endurance are the two most important factors in an acting career. There’s another buzzword. Career. Not a day on a soap opera, not three days of extra work that got you your SAG card.

In one moment, she instructed everyone in the class to become a chicken at the barnyard, and the flock of students began clucking and pecking their way around the room. ” The room erupted into an abandon of poultry madness. Chickens running every which way, screaming with fear. All of them, that is, except one young student, who sat patiently on his egg, as he had been doing the whole class. Adler ended the exercise and then asked the young man why, when everyone else went mad, he had remained on his egg.

Strange? Yes, especially considering that as an actor in NYC, you’re going to work under all three unions’ jurisdictions in order to eke out a living. Which means you’re paying membership dues to three separate unions to pursue one career. And where the carpenter and the plumber and the electrician each have their own union protecting them as they toil in their separate tasks while building a house, the actor is some weird combination of all three. If the metaphor follows, you are a homebuilder, doing the carpentry, plumbing, and electric wiring on your own.

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