Development

Chelsea's Choice #3

Recently I did something I had never done before - attend a seminar about business and self development.

There are many different types of workshops, ranging from self-development training to business tips and tricks.

I believe that attending training classes and/or discussions are one of the most important things you could be doing with your spare time, primarily as a model and actor.

For both actors and models alike, it is essential to expand your horizon. Instead of sitting on my hands, waiting for an opportunity to come to me, I go catch opportunity myself!

Go and enrol yourself into various classes - from personal development to acting classes!

Having a vast expanse of skills heightens the chances of getting a job in both your modelling and/or acting career. Casting directors and clients often love it when you have a far-flung amount of skills!

For example, a lot of models believe that the modelling and acting world are far apart, when in fact, they are inseparable. It isn’t mandatory that a model can act, but it certainly helps when you know how to pose and how to act when you go to a casting for a TVC (television commercial)!

If you are looking for advice when it comes to business, or simply for inspiration - I recommend trying out ISR Training, a service supported by three sharks on the popular television show Shark Tank Australia.

https://isrtraining.com.au/

And if you want to up the ante for your career, I suggest checking out The Warehouse Workshop Acting Studio for the beginner, intermediate and expert classes on acting. As I have had personal experience with the amazing mentors, and attended many of their classes - Phil Holder and Tom McSweeney.

http://www.warehousestudio.com.au/

And remember -

Knowledge is not power.

Knowledge is 'potential' power.

ACTION is power.

Life rewards ACTION.

Take action and never miss an opportunity to expand your horizons!

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