The Anxiety of Choice

The Anxiety of Choice

The skill of choice is something I’ve had to work on (and continue to work on) a lot throughout my life. Those who know me best will tell you I am incredibly indecisive. Picking simple things like what to eat for dinner or what movie to watch are often particularly a struggle. More often than not I will end up making a list of appealing options and offering it to the other person. I would like to think it is because …

Respect is Both a Noun and a Verb

Respect is Both a Noun and a Verb

It is not simply a (fantastic and iconic) song by Aretha Franklin or something to instill in school children as they learn to play peacefully with others.  Respect is something you earn, something you have, something you do and show.  Feeling it for someone or something is great but showing it is so much more meaningful…

Reinvention

Reinvention

The willingness to constantly reinvent oneself as an actor/artist is a level of self-reflection that is critical for retaining the joy and…

What Do You Want?

What Do You Want?

It’s almost a New Year. A time when folks take a moment to reflect on some things they should do differently.  A time for asking yourself, “What do you want?” and committing to change. They are often seemingly simple things on the surface but ultimately require a complete change in lifestyle (or at the very least, an overhaul of time management). You know the normal resolutions: work out more, eat healthier …

Recalibrate

Recalibrate

To say that a time like this is uncommon would be a severe understatement.  How often does an event occur that calls for the whole of humanity to act?  We are living through a period that future generations will be shocked to hear about.  They will stare wide-eyed at us as we speak of being stuck at home for months on end.  It should go without saying that a time like this requires a hefty amount of recalibration…

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