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Taking an acting class is a lot of fun.

Particularly if you don't want to be an actor.

That way, you can relax, have fun, and play around.

For beginning acting classes, the main point is to stretch your comfort zone.

To get comfortable acting like a goof.

And there are also some pretty good frame building exercises.

The stronger frame you can create, based on an imaginary character, the better of actor you'll be.

The BEST folks in the world, who can read a script, create an imaginary character, and the believably BECOME that character, make millions of dollars.

Clearly, being able to come up with a strong frame can help in PLENTY of ways.

Giving speeches, selling things, persuading and seducing people, winning debates.

A frame is one the most basic KEY elements of personal success.

It's also the hardest thing to define.

It's one of those words that gets tossed around, as a kind of catch-all.

Particularly when something goes wrong.

A guy will try to get a girl's number, but fail.

So he'll say something like, "I lost the frame."

In this context, frame is "some thing" that is a metaphor.

An EXTERNAL metaphor.

As if being able to "hold" this metaphorical "thing" is a skill.

This is the trouble with metaphors.

They are very useful for DESCRIBING things, but they are utterly useless when using them within strategies.

For example, if you were an American football player, and you needed to get better at HOLDING the ball, there would be specific strategies you could practice.

Not only practice, but measure.

But how the heck do you practice "holding" something metaphorical, like a frame?

Perhaps thinking of a "frame" that is metaphorical is a mistake.

So, what IS a frame?

For an actor, their frame is how strongly they BECOME their character.

How congruent they are with their character.

So for an actor, how well they "hold" or "keep" the frame is based on how THEY, the actor, BECOME an imaginary character.

This is NOT very helpful.

Why not?

Because for us non-actors, the frame is always US.

We don't create, and "hold" and imaginary person.

We always have us.

What makes up how "strong" our frame is?

How much we believe in ourselves.

How much we value ourselves.

How much we respect ourselves.

And yes, how much we not only LIKE but LOVE ourselves.

Because the more WE value, love, and respect ourselves, the more everybody else will.

The better you can do this, the better you can do EVERYTHING.

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