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How to handle rejection


Rejection can be a difficult thing to get used to. As an actor, it’s a part of life. It would behoove you to get used to rejection sooner rather than later. Here are some tipsIf you’re not used to rejection yet, get used to it. It’s

Don’t take it personally. With the hundreds and even thousands of applicants these days, no one gets into every program they audition for. Rejection is a normal part of auditioning for colleges, and auditioning in general. It can sting, but don’t let it get you down for long. Trust that you will end up at the perfect school for you.

Change your mindset. You’re auditioning them just as much as they’re auditioning you. Think of it as a first date. You wouldn’t want to be with someone who doesn’t want you, just as you wouldn’t want to be at a school that didn’t accept you.

Let it fuel you. Use the rejection. Don’t get it get you down, let it fuel you to work harder, train more, practice more. You will need this drive to be successful in this industry!


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