It’s Monday! How ya feelin? Are you feeling like “Woohoo! It’s Monday”? Or are you feeling like “Ugh, it’s Monday”? Today I woke up feeling like “UGH! It’s Monday!” I’m.So.Tired..... I’m in the middle of tech rehearsals for the show I’m choreographing. But I’m still running my coaching business, participating in two different training courses and I’m raising two kids……among other things.
Basically, I’ve been burning the candle at both ends and it’s finally catching up...
It’s back to school. Fall is quickly approaching. You can feel the shift of energy all around even though it’s still HOT AS HELL here in SoCal.
Did you know that September is Self Care Month?! IKR?!......My first thoughts when I heard that September is self-care month, were 1. Final-fuckin-ly. Self-care is important dammit. And then, 2. It’s kinda sad that we need a dedicated month to remind us to make well being a priority.
Okay, have you ever had the feeling of being totally down in the dumps? That’s how I felt a couple of months ago when my marketing director quit on me. YEP, that’s right. She up and quit on me, and for days I felt like shit about it. I’m fine now but I was so hurt and felt so defeated. She sent me a TEXT MESSAGE that read, “I’m no longer interested — there’s no gelling. I’ll send over all logins and files and instructions tomorrow!” And poof like that it was over.
I recently went to a birthday party at a Gothic/BDSM club in Hollywood called Bar Sinister. I had never been to a club like that before. It was an experience that I learned a lot from!!
Bar Sinister has been around since the ‘80s, serving as a home base to the Southland's Gothic population. To be honest, I didn’t know to expect. Was I going to fit in? Have a good time? Open Pandora’s Box and fall down the rabbit hole? I had heard there was going to be a live BDSM (Bondage-Discipline-Sadism-Masochism)...
The theatre community is mourning the death of a true MASTER! Hal Prince died last week, at the age of 91. His contribution to the theatre is nothing short of legendary. He was a highly accomplished artist in so many ways.
Just in case you’re not familiar with him, here is a rundown of some of his accolades:
The Phantom of the Opera
West Side Story
Fiddler on the Rood
Now that’s what you call a LEGACY!! Professionally, he will always be known as a...
Upleveling is about getting to the next level of where you want to be, whether it’s in your career, your relationships, or overall life. It’s about GROWTH. It’s about getting unstuck. It’s about releasing old BS to make way for the new and improved!
In my own experience with upleveling, I’ve learned a TON about what led to it, and so I want to share my biggest takeaways that you can apply to get from one stage to the next.
1. Treat other professionals the way you want to be treated.
One thing’s for sure...being an entrepreneur isn’t for the faint of heart.
There are so many false starts.
There are the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.
This is why I always say being an entrepreneur is exactly like being a performer.
Around Thanksgiving, I decided to plan December as “the month of desires.” One of my desires was to give away free coaching. You heard that right...FREE 60 minute coaching session. I started offering these free sessions to 30 people I know personally who are in the...
If you’re a performing artist (dancer, actor, actress, musician, singer, etc.) who’s stumbled upon this post, chances are, you’re not seeing the results you want and there’s room for more success in your career.
Can you relate to any of the following?
You lack the motivation to take your career to the next level, so you feel stuck.
You have a hard time setting goals because you’ve had so much disappointment.