Broadway roundtable with working Broadway performers: Justin Mortelliti, Vahsty Mompoint and Rebecca Folkenberry.Read more
Why are we so scared to say what it is we want? A student recently expressed what his intentions were for his career and he was unspecific. He said something like, “I want to get into rooms.” Now we understand what that means at one level. He wants to get opportunities. He wants to beRead more
A student of mine said recently that while she’s driving around town she often asks herself, “What am I doing with my life?” We can all relate. But when we ask ourselves that question, we often do it out of panic and undermine how much we’ve actually accomplished. We beat ourselves up for where weRead more
I can’t believe it’s been an entire year of creating. In many respects, a year means so little in the enormity of our lives and how they unfold. The things we make huge dramas about, or the things we become consumed with or fret over, ultimately work themselves out and a year later we canRead more
Trust that you’re enough. Because you are. But we don’t. So we overcompensate for our ill-perceived sense of lack by working too hard. By pushing. By settling for less. By not realizing our own value. We mistreat ourselves and allow mistreatment by others because if we truly believed we were enough, we wouldn’t settle forRead more
C A N ‘ T. That’s a dirty 4-letter word we use more often than we realize. Sometimes it’s subtle and shows up in the form of defensiveness, rationalization, saying “no” to things, giving up, accepting defeat. And sometimes we simply just say it overtly: I can’t do it. Yes, you can. The true spiritRead more
E = Essence. Essence is who you are. That’s what we want to see. That’s what wants to be shared. It’s what makes you unique. It’s your life currency. And when you share it, it changes relationships, it inspires, it heals. It’s waiting for an opportunity to be expressed. Stop bottling it up. Let itRead more
Life is full of challenges. That’s the way it is. It makes it interesting and builds character. But we don’t like them, do we? We mislabel them as “problems” because we’re taught culturally to seek pleasure and avoid pain at all costs. We’re spoon-fed images that life is about having the perfect house with theRead more
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