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Most performers aren’t as talented as they think they are. You must be upset right now. How am I able to assert anything so absurd? I ought to be put to death for it because it is heresy. But guess what? It is real. Most performers aren’t as talented as they think they are. They experience shock as a result when they don’t land a job. When I phone a client with bad news regarding an audition, this is frequently their response: “Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? I did well!” The actor will eventually come to the conclusion that the casting director is a stupid boob with poor taste or that the job was given to the producer’s sweetheart after giving it some thought. They never consider the notion that maybe, just maybe, their audition wasn’t that great. It’s amazing how much a constrained viewpoint can prevent actors from fully perceiving themselves. Do not ever stop learning. Never think you are in charge of your own domain. Count on there always being more to learn. This method of thinking will compel you to advance your skill and technique while boosting your capacity for growth. Ask your teacher and the other students in your acting class for feedback. Beg them to be truthful. The best method to learn how they view your abilities is to listen to their comments, even though they may be difficult to hear. If you think your diction is flawless but no one else can comprehend a word you’re saying, there may be a disconnect. Keep confirmation bias at bay. You do this when you solely consider viewpoints that support your opinions. Therefore, be open to being challenged and listen to opposing viewpoints as this way will kill growth. Do not undervalue your rivals.

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