The most popular posts of the month: March

Hey, readers, here is your monthly recap of what posts you were the most engaged with over the past 30 days.
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Becca said…
First, you should always look to work with people that push and challenge you. We learn from each other. When you stop learning and/or stop feeling the need to learn that’s when you should get out. I think in the creative realm it’s harder to work with strangers because everyone is exposing their vulnerabilities and it helps to know that someone’s on your side. As long as you have people with similar sensibilities, they don’t have to know each other well to come together and work together well…but that’s what interviews and auditions are for, right?

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