Fallacy Follies, Volume 3

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Hey there!

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


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!



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  1. 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.

  2. 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.