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Creativity and personal development.
Creativity and personal development.

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“From a young age, comedy was Rudolph’s defense against other people’s intrusions. “I know that part of owning being funny was an armor, and was, like, to literally not cry,” Rudolph said. “It’s a protection.”
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Emily Fletcher – founder of Ziva Meditation – notes “Stress is actually keeping you from performing at the top of your game.

“I tend to work with a lot of high performers.

“My CEO clients will say ‘Emily, my stress is the thing that gives me my cutting edge, that’s the thing that keeps me, you know, competitive and in the game’ – and my actors will say to me, ‘Emily, I need my stress…this is where my art comes from.’

“But here’s the news – stress is not helping you in the performance department.

“As a matter of fact, stress makes you stupid.”
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“Winona Ryder admits there were times when she thought, “I’m too sensitive for this world right now; I just don’t belong here. It’s too fast and I don’t understand it.””
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““Everything starts in the writing, and getting more and more women’s perspective in the writing will have a huge impact on the quality of films we get.”
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Misdiagnosis of Gifted Adults: Dysfunctions Versus Aptitudes
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Veena Sud's 'The Lie' explores the lengths to which desperate parents will go and reflects America today - Los Angeles Times
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Stress Mastery for Highly Sensitive People
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“Paradoxically, it turns out that quieting the ego is so much more effective in cultivating well-being, growth, health, productivity, and a healthy, productive self-esteem, than focusing so loudly on self-enhancement.”
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Nerves and attitude impact your acting | The Creative Mind
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