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Embrace Uncertainty with Actor Josh Pais

We are living in uncertain times. Anxiety and stress levels are high. Actor Josh Pais teaches you how to use acting principles to reduce your anxiety in times of crisis.  

This is a shorter form episode, as I reached out to Josh on the fly. In addition to being a brilliant actor himself with a prolific list of credits, Josh runs a program called “Committed Impulse” where he teaches acting techniques to understand our emotions better. I hope you find this episode helpful and informative.


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