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Maybe you’re saying to yourself, “Uh uh, Keenah. That’s not me at all. I’m a WORKING ARTIST.”

That’s awesome. But what if I told you there are 7 sneaky and INVISIBLE ways you, too, could be suffering from The Starving Artist Syndrome WITHOUT even knowing it. That is why I created this guide.

 

Saboteur! is a Guide for talented performing artists who are struggling to break-free of the Starving Artist Syndrome.

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You find yourself desiring more in life than what you currently have.

You’re doing a whole lot of “Hustlin’” “Grindin” and “Workin’ Hard” but you still can’t seem to breakthrough to the next level.

You’re settling for way less than what you KNOW you want and need to thrive on and off stage.

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7 Sneaky Ways You Could Be
Sabotaging Your Performing Career.

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Listen up!  This is super IMPORTANT!  You will never, never, never, ever, ever, ever out-earn or out-perform your self image.

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2.

What do you want?  Do you know? 99% of all people have no idea what they REALLY want out of their lives let alone their career.

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3.

If the results in your career are less than stellar then you MUST be focusing on the wrong things.

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4.

Your paradigm is your mental operating system. A paradigm is neutral by nature but it has almost total control over your habitual ways of thinking and being.

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In my favorite book The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace D. Wattles wrote, “Whatever may be said in praise of poverty, the fact remains that it is not possible to live a really complete or successful life unless one is rich.

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6.

Yes, yes, I know. You take class, scene study, voice lessons, workshops. I know, I know.  But hunny bunny….that’s only PART of what I’m talking about.

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7.

This is tough for a lot of performers because so many of us have been conditioned to believe that we must kill ourselves to “make it”.

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