I’m trying to be better at every turn and when I’m watching these amazing people my confidence drops a little. How to stay in a place of gratitude and confidence when you are in the company of performers? You see I havent had this issue before because I’ve never did something I wanted to do. I stay in my comfortable place and let life pass me by until this year. Acting has been a eye-opening lesson in so many ways, opening up to a lesson about myself.
My ego thought I would get in this class and kill it. The reality is that I’m new and I need training. Is it gonna come easy like it does to everyone else? Maybe or maybe not. I honestly thought of not going forward, not because I can’t afford it (I can make it work) but because I don’t wanna waste time on something I like versus finding something I love (writing and directing). It’s all confusing and I don’t wanna seem lost when I pretty much am. I was the kid who wanted to do EVERYTHING for a job.
How do I get out of this rut. Go to Acting 3 because it’s the last of the series and I can learn more, while putting what I’ve learned in my acting toolbox. Take a writing class and develop that skill. Take a directing class and develop that skill. Admit I’m scared shitless that the vision in my head of Joe Q Oscar Winner could never come? There’s a lot to think about before June 23rd when the next class starts.
How do you get out of your comfort zone?
P.S Isnt that Spiderman Bed the coolest??
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That’s the coolest bed I have ever seen. I hope Spider man casts me in a spider web as well so I lay in this cool bed.
Getting out of your comfort zone starts with effort and being oblivious in allowing rejection to hinder your progress in a certain goal. At the very least, you have to be happy about yourself truthfully.
That makes perfect sense. Truthfully happy is what im working on. Thanks for the comment. Where was that bed when I was younger? So cool I agree!