July 27, 2007, Newsletter Issue #74: Recovering From Acting Job Rejections

Tip of the Week

Don't take rejections from acting jobs personally. If you have a bad audition, or if you botch a performance, don't get depressed, just move on to the next audition. If you don't get a job, it's nothing personal. Not getting a part just means you did not get a job, it doesn't mean that you're a bad person. Remember that everyone has a slow period in his or her acting life. During a tough spot, keep yourself focused, and remember your passion for your art (the reason you're in the industry in the first place).

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