Tuesday, October 28, 2014

I Cried Watching Jim Carrey- Here's Why.

This weekend, Jim Carrey was on SNL.

Not the greatest show, but there was a sketch where all he cast members played different Jim Carrey characters, kinda doing impressions of him:

Tarren Killam again showing that he's fantastic at most things.

It was a fun sketch, fun to watch and know the characters, but not really "funny".

But here's why I cried at the end of it.

A long time ago, I made a list of 101 life goals. No, one of them was NOT to perform with Jim Carrey (although, maybe I should!), but it was this:

"Other comedians do impressions of me to an audience's delight"

Watching it happen for someone else made me happy for him, but also really sad for myself. I hate to say it, but I don't think that's going to happen for me anymore. Well, at least I got to see it for Jim!

Actuallt, I've changed my mind. There's no need to give up on that dream, and in fact, watching it happen for Jim Carrey makes it MORE likely that it will be or me too!

All thoughts are lies people, so you might as well choose the ones that work in your favor!!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Who says "no" to you?

I got this from Seth's Blog: No one to say no:



"In a world that lacks so many traditional gatekeepers, there are fewer people than ever to say no to your project, your idea, your song. If you want to put it out there, go ahead.

On the other hand, that also means that there are fewer people who can say yes. That's now your job too.
If you work in an organization, the underlying rule is simple: People are not afraid of failure, they’re afraid of blame.
Avoid looking in the mirror and saying no. More challenging: practice looking in the mirror and saying yes."

So now, when you feel like someone isn't letting you do something, remember that the person is the one in the mirror!
This is for the actors, writers, and business people of all types!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Huffington Post ENDORSES ME (sorta)

Huffington Post just spilled the beans.

See, people sometimes make fun of me for my course "No More Waiters".

I tell people that they can SELL MY COURSE and make money with it
by using a website called Clickbank.

In fact my "$50 in 24 hours" method uses Clickbank.

Very rarely did someone say "Oh, I know that!"

But now that HUFFINGTON POST wrote about the stuff I teach and Clickbank, all of a sudden I am validated:

"In recent years teenagers, 20-somethings, mid-lifers and senior citizens across the globe have explored the new era of digital commerce. This allows anyone to create a product once and resell it an infinite amount of times. Never in the history of business has an entrepreneur had so much leverage and such little risk.
One company that has been on the forefront of the evolution in digital commerce is ClickBank. ClickBank is the world leader in performance marketing of digital products, with six million clients and distribution in 190 countries. They specialize in being the go-to, easy-to-use platform for entrepreneurs and small businesses, enabling and encompassing powerful online and mobile e-commerce across a wide variety of lifestyle categories.
In the new age of digital commerce, ClickBank is helping empower people to share their knowledge with others through the creation of digital products, but it doesn't just stop there. Product developers are also empowered to make products of all kinds outside of education and how-to oriented products. Many of ClickBanks' most successful products are in the health and fitness, home and garden, parenting and families, cooking, food and wine categories."- Huffington Post

See, when you get No More Waiters- How To Build Your Acting Business Without A Day Job, you will learn how to be an "affiliate" and how to use Clickbank so you can make money from your computer. That was for the Actors.
For everyone else, I have a blog about doing the same thing for a different website- http://www.DoYouWorkTooHard.com 
So- will you be at the front, or at the back? If you're seeing the trend, you'll realize that all of this information is about to go mainstream, and you'll be too late.
It's up to you, but if you're ready to get started, go here- No More Waiters

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