by Steve on June 7th, 2011
I’ve been having so much fun working with Samantha Bennett (of The Organized Artist Company) and cheering people on as they get their projects out into the world, that we decided to do a FREE call. Here’s the recording (bottom of the page).
To listen or download the Free Call, click here
by Steve on May 25th, 2011
What a call! Listen as Samantha Bennett and I uncover the keys to moving your work ahead and out into the world. The World Needs Your Work! (The Link is at the bottom of the page) http://bit.ly/gywot-2
by Steve on April 19th, 2011
Last week was a blur: a good blur. It felt like a marathon, but in reality – an audition, a costume fitting, a meeting for a “big” TV job were among the highlights. Every item (especially the job meeting) required massive preparation: in this case, watching four seasons of a popular cable program, making notes on the show itself, and detailing how I relate to it. There were several very busy days and a few late nights, presenting multiple opportunities to learn (again and again) how to stay present in the midst of (potential) chaos.
How you say? Good question: I broke it down to a few key things – each embodied in my Core ... Read more
by Steve on November 24th, 2010
In a Yoga class, recently, I was stretching as far as I could (or so I thought). Then the teacher explained that with a deep inhale and exhale I could actually move farther, beyond my original perceived limitation. I took that breath and was surprised to discover that she was right. I moved incrementally deeper into the lunge, without forcing or pushing – it was all in the breath and the willingness to try it another way.
If you’re anything like me, you’re facing new challenges all the time. My life seems to be more complicated this year than last. The truth is, I’ve been taking on new projects, stretching myself further than I previously have. The goal ... Read more
by Steve on October 26th, 2010
The other day I flipped through the TV channels. That might sound like a pedestrian statement to you, but to me it was a BIG DEAL. I’m a serious TV watcher (after all I’ve had acting and writing work on “the tube” and I have many friends who are in the industry.) So I watch television with intention: to see what the professional landscape looks like. To that end, I’m a believer in “appointment television”: I watch when something is on TV that I want to see. As a rule I don’t channel surf. I set my TiVo and I watch what I’ve planned to watch (and yes, that often includes commercials).
So the other ... Read more
by Steve on September 18th, 2010
Does this happen to you? You’re working on a project (a play, a painting, a book, a job-search) and you think: “This will never work. I’m not (smart, talented, influential) enough to do this. It’s hopeless.” Then, rather than sit down and focus on your project, you take up some distraction and fritter away the time? Sound familiar? It’s familiar to me. I’ve done it and I’ve worked with clients who’ve done it. I call it Adding Up Your Life With Negative Numbers. Actually, let me rephrase. I’ve done it and I still do it. As I commit to upping the game of my life in all my creative disciplines, those negative ... Read more