Performing artists, models and other talent, we understand exactly what you go through when you're trying to set your career on the right track. Frustration, for one thing. With so many avenues, tools and experts in your ear, it's difficult to discern which is the proper path to take. Luckily, many monitors assigned to guide the net down a more credible path are finally starting to make their presence felt. Of course, there are not nearly enough patrolling the net to keep you completely protected safe from. You need to achieve incremental results every step of the way on your road to the big picture. From the beginning, a clear and concise plan of action is a must that should be laid out and adhered to on all sides (artist and forum you choose). It is not enough to hope, wish or dream. All of your efforts and expense must bear fruit in order to insure, as reasonably as possible that your ultimate goal has a great chance of being achieved.
Terms like "ultimate goal to be achieved" is a plausible way of looking at things because, in spite of your best efforts no one can guarantee total success in establishing an artists successful entertainment career. There are to many variables and you need to be aware of this. However, by starting off with a "clear and concise" plan of action and instituting incremental checkpoints to make sure that things are moving along at a feasible, agreed to pace, you enhance the chance for achieving your goals while minimizing any negative results or backlash.
Without relying on goodwill or good intentions, this method will help insure that you keep gathering the building blocks necessary for you to reach some modicum of success, if not your ultimate goal. A dose of reality is never wrong and serves as a great barometer for you, should you become a very successful performer.
To many artists who achieve success often lose their way and get caught up in things that are detrimental to maintaining a successful career. Remember, once you reach lofty heights it is your responsibility to maintain your position, if not expanding it further. Contrary to popular belief, when you become a known public figure, you do acquire a reasonable assumption of being a role model. Let nobody fool you about that. Join us today!