Thursday, January 1, 2015

Advice Gleaned from 2014

-Do not drag your feet. When the path appears, run full force.
-You don't have to listen to anyone who doesn't know what you're doing if you know what you're doing.
-Some students won't be ready to learn when you meet them. That's not your fault.
-Start class with patter. Patter is king.
-Movers are worth it.
-You like regimen. Don't rebel from something you like.
-There will be money one day, so don't get too worried.
-Just trying is more than 90% of people do. Look at yourself. You're actually doing okay.
-Always send the script. You never know.
-Theatre is lasting. Proven time and again.
-Being with someone a lot only causes problems if you're not nice. If you're nice, it is a blast always.
-Be extremely specific at the start of a haircut.
-Own offensiveness. Plan a defense, but also own it.
-Start with your motive.
-Never give up on a difficult person.
-Don't be ashamed to say, "I don't have the money for that."
-Throw away food.
-Try to do it--whatever it is. Always try.
-All breaks aren't procrastination. Your mind is a delicate being. Let it breathe.
-Exterminate discomfort, no matter how small.
-Accept all ideas. WITH VIGOR!
-Stay here with the people you love.

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