As Brené Brown suggests: If you are going to dare, dare greatly.
Because, ironically, exhausting every angle, every contact, and every avenue available to you is how you buffer yourself against the pain that comes should you end up not getting what you heart desires.
In my line of work, I see a lot of folks reaching towards goals…
…trying to get a job. …trying to get seen for a role. …trying to sell their product.
And I get bummed watching them try once or twice – or try only one or two things.
I know that they genuinely want what they are trying to get.
I also know that they have never yet in their life challenged themselves enough to experience the vast emotional distance between “I tried and didn’t get it” and “I tried everything I could think of and didn’t get it.”
“I tried”may lead to a victory…
…but “I tried everything I could think of”is a victory in and of itself.
Keep betting on yourself – I believe in you,
P.S. I’ll be one of the 8 guest speakers on this FREE telesummit created to give screenwriters, performers and filmmakers access to top-level tools and techniques that can help you finish 2014 on a high note!
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