Fallacy Follies, Volume 3

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Hey there!

The fallacies I want to talk about today are almost humorous in nature.

Almost.

They might make you chuckle when you identify how they occur in your life, but they can be debilitating to a performer.

There are three of these in today’s video for you. Then, two last fallacies in the next episode.

Hope this helps!

David

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  1. Okay, You’ve Got Mail IS one of the best movies ever.

    But boy do I relate to those last 2.

  2. I don’t know if this is relevant, but this video made me think of how I loved a certain movie when it came out, but over time I decided that it was really bad. I wanted to like the movie so much when it came out that I was predisposed to like it, but then when I was no longer excited about it coming out, I slowly looked at the movie through a different lens until I realized just how bad it was. Thanks for the video David.

  3. I love Ikea so this made total sense to me. If you had a hand in making something it becomes more important to you. Meg Ryan was the lead female in “You’ve Got Mail”. She is really down to earth and sweet. I had a small role in a movie with her years ago. I thought it was a great movie because I had a hand in it. Plus, it was a fantastic experience. I’ll always love Kate & Leopold because of it.