More Guest Blogging
If you enjoyed my last guest blog post for Innovative Voice Studios, I hope you'll enjoy this one as well! In it, I ruminate on what it means for an individual artist to have a personal mission statement. Even though individual artists aren't held accountable by share holders or direct consumers like non-profit theaters, producing houses, or small teaching studios, it's become increasingly apparent to me how important it is to have a personal mission statement. If an actor is the CEO of their own business, why hold yourself less accountable than you would the CEO of a Fortune 500 company? So if you're an actor or someone in the arts, please join me in noodling on what your mission statement could be. This statement can dictate who you work with, what material you pursue, you decide!