Build Net Worth, Not Network

Using Acting Principles to Expand Your Network In theatre, there are always three components to every performance: pre-show (preparation), performance (show) and post-show (variable). I loved and enjoyed the first two components, and spent most of my time dreading and hating the last one—post-show. Walking through the lobby to leave the theatre could result in Read more »

Don’t Play it Safe. Make it Safe.

Boost Innovation and Engagement with an Environment of Trust   During the first two months I lived in the Bronx, I craved corn muffins every day. Every. Single. Day. I lived about 10 blocks from the Riverdale Diner and Stella Doro factory, so the rich, buttery aroma of baking muffins and biscotti greeted my dog Read more »

Accepting Duality…Embracing Totality

Champion Contrast and Boost Emotional Intelligence In Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning musical “Into the Woods,” Little Red Riding Hood learns about the duality of life, proclaiming, “Scary is exciting,” “even flowers have their dangers,” and “nice is different than good.” The best actors thrive in duality. Conveying a single emotion is not just one-dimensionally dull, Read more »