Week 2 Status Report!

a second week in a row, I stepped up my awareness in certain areas of
my personal and professional lives so that I can be in alignment with my
career postulates. With this increased awareness, and by taking a set of actions, I am stepping into
the light and power of my postulates. If I see and want these things for
my career, then I need to behave and act in accordance with the things
that I see and want. For example, one of my postulates is:

am a household name infiltrating and conquering mainstream Hollywood
through my film acting work and by creating TV and Film content that is
just beyond the margin of comfortability (Daring and artistically free
content that falls within the wheelhouse of HBO, Showtime, Netflix, The
Weinstein Company and other powerful indie studio houses)

see this postulate. I just have to fill in the blanks to get there.
Take the actions to get there. So that when I do become a household
name, it’s déjà
vu because I already saw it X amount of time ago. But in order for me
to get closer and closer to achieving this postulate (and other
postulates), I need to have an increased awareness of how to live and
operate my life in certain areas. For example, I have to be a leader. I
have to be in the front. I have to speak my mind. My viewpoint must be
unyielding with good-humored inflexibility. I have to ask for what I
want from the people on my team, etc. I have to take actions and vibrate at the same frequency level of my postulates.

I tackled the same list of actions again from my October 16th blog
entry. Again, some of these actions are already a part of my everyday
routine. A few other actions are a little more challenging and I need to
lean into them more. That being said, I had a little more ease with
tackling the challenging actions in the second week than I did in the
first week. Moving forward, I have to continue tackling these
challenging actions until they become a way of life for me, a part of my

So without further delay, here are the list of actions I took again. This is not a final, comprehensive list of all the actions I take for my life and career. This is just a small sampling of my career administration, with a focus on challenging actions I need to step it up in. The asterisk (*) indicates a challenging action.

To sit in the front row. (Yes. In both of my acting classes)

**To speak my mind immediately. (Yes. Better. Improved.)

**To follow my impulses and instincts. (Yes. Better. Improved)

To lead. (Yes. Taught my ass off in the PDP 1.0 and PDP 2.0 classes.)

dance while in the passenger seat of a car when a good song comes on or
when the driver dances. (I did not ride shotgun this time.)

To spice things up. (Yes. Sunday night.)

To dance in the streets. (Yes.)

To make extra money. (Yes. Two times.)

To be myself without apology. (Yes. In terms of the way I laugh, the things I say, the jokes I say, the way I dance.)

**To hold my own space. (Yes. Much better. Improved)

To dance without consideration at the top of acting classes. (Yes.)

To continue administering my acting and writing careers. (Yes! Yes! Yes!)

engage in conversation with a new person (Yes. I engaged with a customer at the
smog check station, with the tech assistant at the smog check station
and with two people at a Halloween party.)

To ask various industry people for something I want. (Yes. I reached out to two TV showrunners to be their assistant.)

excite my agent again with a new piece of administrative evidence that
will push my career forward. (Yes. I sent them my commercial headshot

To be submitted on 3-5 TV series and 3-5 feature films. See below:

TV Series: The Fosters, Silicon Valley, Counterpart, Grey’s Anatomy.

Feature Films: Happy Anniversary, Willie and Me.

impinge! (Yes. I stood by my Halloween costume concept and didn’t yield
from it at the Halloween party. Also posted my concept on Facebook. I
also impinged when I taught PDP 1.0 and PDP 2.0. I impinged with an audition I did. Etc. Etc. Etc.)


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