I recently worked on a commercial shoot with David Beckham (He’s the sweetest guy).
It was a tough shoot.
The wind was howling, making it difficult to get clean sound.
My assistant and I tried every trick we could think of, but still a lot of the sound wasn’t good.
I was definitely feeling stressed and there were moments of overwhelm that came over me.
Now, of course we are not overtaken by the emotion of overwhelm..
I was creating the feeling of overwhelm from the thoughts I was focusing on.
Hey, in the film industry, there is a saying, “Never let them see you sweat.”
I was showing my sweat that day!
So I’ve developed a new way of handling stressful situations.
Come see! It’s only a minute long!
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