Keven was on a night shoot and noticed how chaotic it seemed on set…People were even getting grumpy as they tried to work fast to get the shots needed before the sun came up.
On one of our recent conference calls, Keven asked me how do you make a good impression when you’re feeling overwhelmed?
Do you sometimes wonder if you can handle working on set?
In the video below, I address these concerns and give you tips on how to maintain a great mental state when chaos may be occurring around you. Watch it now!
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