Happy Tuesday! I will be the first person to tell you that you are the CEO of your career. That means you’re the boss. As the boss you get to make important decisions, put in the hard work, and enjoy the rewards of your successes. But… something else the boss needs to do? Have some pretty awkward conversations.

We all know those conversations. Maybe it’s having a tough meeting with your agent, or breaking up with your accountability partner, or telling your acting teacher you’re moving on. Whatever they may be for you, they may not be too much fun, but these conversations are most certainly important to have.
I’m here this week to show you some respectful and effective tips you can implement the next time you need to have a conversation you are dreading.

As the CEO of your acting career, it means you’re the boss. And sometimes the boss needs to have some… tough conversations. Learn how to make those awkward conversations easier to have with these practical tips from @ActResourceGuru @Ajarae! #ActorsLife #AwkwardConvos #ShareClick to Tweet This Episode of #GuruTips!

Remember, as long as you approach these from a place of honesty and respect, are open to the other person’s response, and LISTEN, you’ll not only get through these tough conversations more easily, you’ll feel better about them too!
I hope these tips help you! And remember, you can join Acting Resource Guru for FREE! Get access to the latest acting school, acting coach, and workshop studio reviews for LA, NY, and online, plus get the scoop on some of my favorite resources. Join your fellow community of actors, and let’s take back the power we have in this industry. Get more info and sign up for free at ActingResourceGuru.com/join!

xo,
Ajarae Coleman | Workshop Guru

 

 

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Ajarae is an actress and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles. She founded Workshop Guru in 2012, which expanded into Acting Resource Guru in 2017, to help actors save time and money on classes and workshops, and give them a powerful voice by publishing anonymous actor reviews of acting schools, casting directors, talent agencies and management companies. You can see Ajarae on shows like ABC’s SCANDAL, REVENGE, PRIVATE PRACTICE, and THE CATCH, CBS’s THE McCARTHYS, 2 BROKE GIRLS, and NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, NBC’s DAYS OF OUR LIVES, TNT’s PERCEPTION, I'M SORRY on TruTV, and more. She raised over $17,000 and co-created an action comedy television show called SMACK Unit, currently has national commercials running, and has cultivated rewarding relationships with her agents and manager.

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