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AIP005 | How to Think Statistically as an Actor

AIP005 | How to Think Statistically as an Actor

by April 22, 2015 1 comment

Ben Hauck offers instruction on how to think statistically as an actor, especially at times when you aren’t working. He explains how to measure your past acting work to determine your booking statistics for better gauging of your future acting work. However, he disclaims there are no sure things in terms of future work, and you may need to revise your statistics from time to time. You may also use them to incite you to improve your statistics.

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  • Ben gave me the advice in this podcast years ago, and it changed my way of thinking in a huge way. I was often stressed, not knowing when my next job was coming, and I worried I wouldn’t have income coming in. But by analyzing my history, I saw that statistically something always came about. There are going to be slow times, but Ben’s advice gave me peace of mind and confidence that things will work out. It’s great advice that has stayed with me and has helped me again and again!