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Douglas Eby

Expressing Your Unique Creative Voice

Marcia Gay Harden says “The only thing that seemed to me I could do in such a way that no one else could was acting...there will be people who can do it just as good or better, but I’ll have my voice, and no one will have my voice.”

Psychotherapist Mihaela Ivan Holtz helps creative people in TV/Film, performing and fine arts, and notes when you find your authentic creative voice, “nothing else matters. No doubts, no insecurities, no fears interfere with that voice.”

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Finding and Expressing Your Unique Creative Voice | The Creative Mind
Finding and Expressing Your Unique Creative Voice | The Creative Mind
Sometimes that voice is our literal one, such as being an actor, singer, speaker, spoken word artist, author giving a presentation and more. Like other forms of "voice" our audible speech can be affec…
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Also see post by Chris Morley in which he writes: "There was a time when I couldn't find the voice within. Once I discovered it, it quickly led me from obscurity to a partnership with..." https://www.stage32.com/blog/How-I-Partnered-with-the-Producers-of-The-K...

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