night was week 3 of 4 of my Working Pro 2 class. It was a great thing
it happened on a Tuesday as I had an ADR (also called Automatic or automated dialog replacement) audition in Burbank which
not only made the trip into town convenient, but the session was a
director read and it went rather well. This was for a scene in a
suspense thriller feature film requiring lip sync and voice acting.
It was an excellent opportunity, and I’ll post again if I book the
I promised to pick up on my post from last week. I’ve been
listening to some professional improvement material and one item of
note was an interview with “America’s Doctor” , television’s
Dr. Oz who talked about what true success is.
concept of success is defined as having status, wealth, many dream
homes, big bank accounts and celebrity. That concept of success is
hollow, and pursuing your own passions exclusively, alone by yourself
is a selfish way to live. In fact if we lived in a society that was
totally success oriented, and everyone out for themselves only, it
would be a pretty unpleasant place to live.
we need to serve a purpose that’ll benefit others so that we become
“significant” Thinks about these questions: How would you want to
be remembered? As the person who’s hot car made it to 60 mph in
four seconds, or for what you have helped others to do? Think about
who is significant to you and who you are a significant person to.
you have success and be significant? Yes!
what you love to do in a way that you’ll be remembered for. Share
your wealth and help a cause, give some mentoring time or share your
knowledge and insight in a way that will help others.
yourself and to others. That’s integrity, success, and