With Ben Whitehair, CIO, TSMA | Founder, Working.Actor | SAG-AFTRA Executive Vice President
Ben discusses how to answer people who want to know if you've been in anything they know. He reminds us to keep an open mind and remember that people ask that question because they want to relate to us.
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How do I deal with people that don't understand the industry?
How do I not get down when asked questions about what I have done or not done?
What do I say when people ask me about TV shows I haven't been on?
How do I stay positive when people are asking me questions about why I haven't made it?
Should I lie when people ask me what shows I have been on?
How can I stop my head from exploding when I get asked the 'have you been in anything I know?' question?
How can I be gracious when asked 'have you been in anything I know?' question?
I get really irritated when I hear the question 'have you been in anything I know?' - why?
I hear the question 'have you been in anything I know?' a lot and it is driving me crazy - why?
Why does the question 'have you been in anything I know?' make me so embarrassed?