0051: Instead Of “I Have To…,” Try This Phrase Instead



Show notes:

Hey there, hero!

We’re all faced with a lot to do. Auditions, scene study, gear installation and optimization, training…you name it, we have it on our to-do lists.

And it can get a bit overwhelming to constantly say:

“I have to record some auditions.”

“I have to memorize my lines for the shoot tomorrow.”

“I have to get my new sound software set up.”

What if there was another way to say this that was both empowering and inspiring? And reminds us of how fortunate we are?

I’ve got your back on this, with just a small change in wording.

Once you’ve heard it, might it be what you were looking for? Let me know in the comments below.


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  1. I love this !
    I was only just given a gentle reminder by a friend whilst doing a self test the other day – for a major feature and my friend reminded me to find the joy and privilege and gratitude in receiving a self test-
    So now with this podcast I can word it like ‘I get to prepare for an exciting audition’
    Or ‘I’m excited that I’m able to test for such a wonderful project.’
    Because I honestly was walking around feeling it all a burden – stressful and not fun.
    Thank you David !!!! What a great podcast as we are starting 2022!