I’ve been working on three different TV/movie/commercial/ sets in the past two weeks.
And as a result I have to recover.
See, I make Boo Boos.
My health is excellent by the way, so no worries.
But I do flub a line from time to time.
In the past, every time I made a small boo boo, it felt like I laid out a giant poo poo.
That ever happen to you?
And to be honest, it still feels like poo poo when I make a boo boo. But the big difference these days is my recovery time. Now, when I flub up I don’t go into a drama about it.
I just have a little “I’m Back” moment. I return to the sensations in my body, I breathe, I see what’s actually in front of me, and I commit fully to the next take.
And, I notice that as long as I am present after a boo boo, everyone else stays calm. And sometimes they’re even entertained to be part of the creative process.
We can’t afford to go into little dramas.
Are you with me on this?
The world needs you. Yes, I know, your mind wants to find any excuse it can to drag you into a dark cave and tell you that you suck – but stay in the light, my friend. Say “I’m back.” Tune into what is actually around you and that abusive mind will release it’s hold on you.
Your job is to have fun, tell the truth, and create in the present moment.
So, are you willing to play full out?
Let me know. Really, I want to know.
And if you have an example of going into the dark drama cave – and making your way out – share that with us. We’re all in this together.
I wish you an absolutely magical day.
And, thanks for coming to say hi.
Now, tell us if …
1- You’re willing to play full out.
2 – An example of ‘coming back’, and recovering, from listening to your mean ol’ thoughts.
Thx for commenting, Facebooking, Retweeting, and most importantly, being back.