A Failure Story by Lauren Donnelly I fell in love with acting at an early age. As a child, I was attracted to acting because it promised to make real the imaginary worlds I could enter vicariously through books and
Nothing puts my pulse on turbo quite like recognition – by Kyle Gest
Success bewilders me. It’s not that I don’t want it. Crave it. Need it. It’s that despite my predilection for creative independence, my reality has twisted so grotesquely that everything appears as if it’s going all… Right. Everything’s alright? I’m
John Pippus: I took that chance, and that growl that came out of the amp was pure rock and roll.
“We are all very vulnerable and insecure, and people can relate to that. Much more than they can relate to someone who is super super confident.” About John Pippus From sharing a stage with Jackson Browne to playing to small,
Christine: I think I’ve always expected to struggle. I didn’t realize I could shift my mindset so effortlessly
Over two weeks ago I introduced a new habit into my daily routine. Sometimes it’s the simplest changes/additions that make the biggest difference. I think part of me has always expected big change to be a struggle, so it’s always
Theo Devaney: Honesty and ease with who you are reads as self-confidence and is infectious – and you need not be phoney or insensitive when being so.
“You need endurance to be an artist. Anyone can make art over short distances. To be an artist in your own eyes you need a relationship with your work over a long period of time. Try not to bow out