How to Answer When Enough is Enough… in Professional Dance Auditions – PART II


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This is Part II of our video from last week. Last week I talked about hearing “No” and getting discouraged or frustrated. I talked about how to handle rejection and how to NOT give up. And yes, I get it… this can be easier said than done.

Last week I answered the following questions:

  1. Do you think they’re sick of me?
  2. Maybe they are tired of seeing me… Should I try out for another team?
  3. Maybe I should just give up?
  4. When is it time to move on?

[If you missed last week’s video, you can check it out here.]

This week I want to talk about Question #2 a bit more. If you are continuously hearing “No” audition after audition… for the same teams (likely the teams that are in your area), then be sure to watch this video. I will give you a few suggestions on another route to take for your next audition. I want to provide another solution and another idea to move forward even if you keep hearing No. I’m going to hopefully give you MORE clarity on when enough is enough. When maybe it’s time or not time to keep auditioning.

This is PART II of answering “When is Enough Enough?” Take a look!!

… and remember we all feel like giving up sometimes. There comes a time when we keeping trying but we aren’t getting the answer we feel we want. There comes a time when a door is closed but we really wanted it to open. It happens to all of us. All of us. Guaranteed! We all hear NO… and I get it, hearing “No” during an audition can hurt. But guess what, it’s NOT the end of the world!!


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