EP 053 | Success Is A Moving Target with Christine Horne
March 26, 2018
About this Episode
Ever felt sure you’d made it, only to find yourself wondering how to pay the rent a few months later? Or, were so busy you couldn’t breathe and then you realized there were no new jobs in the pipeline? Recognized and acclaimed actors sometimes feel the same way.
In this episode we learn:
– that it’s normal to think you may never work again
– why we can expect career peaks and valleys
– how to deal with professional envy
– why it’s dangerous to compare someone’s outsides with your insides
Intermission Magazine (article): Wrestling with Success
Globe & Mail: What the Giller Prize means to Michael Redhill
Christine says, sometimes the only power we have as artists is to say no. Say no to the job that won’t satisfy you. Say no to an opportunity that doesn’t feel right. Saying no can be a powerful way to shape your destiny.
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