Posts tagged gratitude

1ANEMMY

Congratulations Emmy winners! As always, our buddies over at CastingAbout have already posted a list of Emmy-nominated and Emmy-winning casting directors so you can continue to fortify your show bible with data *and* build those…

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Be the Role Model You Deserved

So I was talking with my phlebotomist a few hours ago (because THAT is how you expect a BonBlast to start off, right?) and thought of y’all. Let’s be clear — I think about y’all…

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Remembering Your First

As I write this, it is two hours before a speaking engagement I have in Hollywood and I’m seated by the window in the 101 Coffee Shop. The first time I sat here (possibly in…

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Cast Your Life

So, I’m prepping for this phonecall with a producer. One of the things I always do before having a potentially conflict-filled convo is the same thing I did before every performance of my actor life:…

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Hiatus

There’s a lot wrong with Facebook. This isn’t news. When they realized that the GROUPS were where many people were taking their marketing efforts (because Facebook makes you *pay* to have posts from your fan…

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Caring Less about What Others Think

Notice I didn’t title this “Stop Caring about What Others Think.” There’s a reason for that. Even those of us who really care very little what others think will have moments in which we’ll feel…

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Are You SURE It’s Impossible?

My phone blew up. I mean, if I hadn’t already been eagerly watching the Television Academy livestream of the Creative Arts Emmys, there was no way I wouldn’t know the news. Kim won. Kim Estes…

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The Work: Ep. 0901 — Pick Your Hard

Thank you for joining us for Episode 0901 of The Work. Download Here! Pick Your Hard: Bonnie Gillespie defines the vocab of Self-Management for Actors in this ninth season of THE WORK! Enjoy these quick…

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Turn Your GRRRR into Grrrratitude

So, earlier this month when we were prepping with the participants of our SMFA Retreat in LA, one of the new ninjas mentioned that she was too early in her acting journey and felt maybe she should wait for…

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How Storytelling Heals the World

I have approximately four hundred and seventeen things to share about these life-shifting few days I've just spent in Canada. I mean, whoa. This soulful entrepreneur retreat was everything I had hoped it would be…

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