You may be an actor or actress auditioning for a coveted role in live theater or in a film. You may be a health care professional applying for a position or vying for a residency assignment. You may be a teacher hoping to teach at a particular school or a professor applying for a position at a college or university. You may be an office worker hoping for a promotion to a management position. You may work for a non-profit and wanting more responsibility. You might be looking for a job in a factory or plant or as a car salesman, a mechanic, a bus driver, or a musician hoping to be selected for the first chair.
Whatever you want to do, somehow you must distinguish yourself from your competition. Don't be too flamboyant or too aggressive or obnoxious. Instead think of what you could bring to the position that the other candidates might not. In other words, what is unique about you (and I promise you there is something unique about every individual)? Allow yourself to move to your own music.
Today's message is to be brave and dare to: