TPM 003 : Glenn Stanton, Dream Chasing From Athletics to Acting
This week I had a great opportunity to chat with actor Glenn Stanton! In this episode, we talk about why he declined a football scholarship, and instead went into acting.
He talks about his greatest influences growing up, and how there is often more support around us to pursue our dreams than we realize.
He talks about the assumptions many people have when getting into acting, and how to succeed not only in acting, but in any industry.
He then goes on to say why that finish line of ‘success’ or that someone has made it always moves further, and further. And what to do about it.
Glenn is an incredibly grounded, well rounded, phenomenal actor. We get really deep and personal, and he shares some really important lessons he’s learned on his journey, from the mindset needed to even try to pursue your dreams, to how you can go about accomplishing them step by step. It’s amazing how many lessons he shares can apply to so many aspects of our lives, regardless of industry or profession. He’s a dream catcher, and I feel like this will resonate with anyone who has a dream they want to accomplish.
I apologize for the poorer quality audio in this episode. For some reason, I couldn’t get my microphone to work, so the audio you have on my side is from my computer. You can also hear me taking a few notes. I’m hoping to iron out technical difficulties in future episodes.
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