Managing Your Time & The Time of Others

An amazing opportunity is waiting for you just around the corner, but are you ready for it?

Your entire career has been focused on this once and a lifetime chance. It is all you have talked about to your colleagues and friends. It is what you've been working so hard for in your career. It is the chance you have to show what you are really made of, and what happens? You show up fifteen minutes late.


Do you hear crickets? That's because everybody you kept waiting has officially left the room! (And they took their opportunity with them)


You don't want this to happen to you, especially in this industry. Time is money and money is time. If you want that audition, show up early. If you get the part, show up to set early. If you want to have a meeting with studio executives, you need to be early. Show people that their time matters to you by showing up to appointments early. This is a strong indicator that you are a good steward of time, which is in short supply for a lot of movers and shakers in this industry.



Remember, we are all given 24 hours in a day. How you manage YOUR time is up to you. How you manage other people's time is not.

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