Ever catch yourself trying to relax before you go on an audition or give a presentation?
So many of us do. I used to do it all the time.
I see students doing it in class.
Ya know, get up in front of the class, or in front of a casting director, and shake off your shoulders. Get rid of that tension.
Did you know that trying to get relaxed can be the number one reason you DON’T book that job??
There is another thing you can do – that works!
Check out this simple and extremely effective practice that will have you booking more work, and engaging your audience.
Now, because it’s important to know how to be creative, and how to become an artist that has an impact in the world – I have a challenge for you!
HOW ARE THE TWO QUOTES CONNECTED?
I just barely touched on the connection between the two quotes in the video.
But they are intertwined.
HOW DO YOU SEE THE CONNECTION between the two quotes?
Let’s talk about it.
The Two Quotes:
“I think a lot of people mistake naturalism for relaxation, but being comfortable is not the same thing as being alive and real and truthful.”
“My feeling is [when you’re recording music], always leave at least 20 to 30 percent room for the Lord to walk through the room. Because then you’re leaving room for the magic.”
Leave your comment below.