BY ANNETTE LANGE
Being an actor simultaneously requires extreme vulnerability and an extremely thick skin. When auditioning for roles, you’re the product you’re promoting, and so it’s easy to take rejection personally and evaluate yourself against the other candidates.
This in turn, will make room for discouragement and comparison and ultimately transform into resentment and bitterness – not a place you want to get into, for your own sake and for the sake of others.
Because of this, it is important you continually check your heart and motives. A good way to check if you’re heading in the right direction is asking yourself the question:
Am I able to genuinely celebrate other people’s (or, in this case, actors’) successes?
We all know envy is not a positive virtue. Once it takes hold of you, it spreads like cancer. If you need a visual reminder, watch Amadeus and look at the…
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