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5th Aug 2020

Anthony Meindl: Learning How to Be More of Yourself in Acting and Being Present

Anthony Meindl is the founder of Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop, with studios in 10 cities over the world. Named best acting studio in Los Angeles.

Today we talk about what to look out for in acting classes, what it means to act, and how to actually "stop acting". Trusting your instincts, making your own choices, and bringing your own essence to your acting. We also talk about how important presence and flow is for actors and how meditation can be such a great tool to train that. We cover a range of topics and lots of golden nuggets in this one and one you'll want to relisten to.

Anthony Meindl is a guest teacher at David Lynch's Masters in Film Program, was a panelist at the GATE Story Conference founded by Jim Carey and Eckhart Tolle, and a guest speaker at the Association of Transformational Leaders (ATL) conference alongside Neal Donald Walsch (“Conversations with God”) and Jack Canfield (“Chicken Soup For the Soul”). Meindl is known for teaching the new generation of Hollywood stars led by Golden Globe Nominee Shailene Woodley (“Divergent”). He is a contributor to the Huffington Post and Backstage, as well as the author of the best-selling creativity book “At Left Brain Turn Right”; “Alphabet Soup For Grown-Ups”; and his latest, “Book the F#©king Job,” was listed as New Best Seller on Amazon for eight weeks. You can also check out his podcast: "In the Moment", as well as his Instagram: @anthonymeindl

Hosted by Greg and Thomas Bekkers of Apollo Management.

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Breaking Through with Apollo
Giving you an inside look of the entertainment industry and helping you break through. Hosted by Greg and Thomas Bekkers. Greg is a talent manager for his company Apollo management and Thomas is an actor. Giving it a unique perspective from both the...
An in depth look inside everything in the entertainment industry with a focus on mental health. We will interview different people working in the entertainment industry and also therapists/psychologists about mental health issues and solutions for artists. I believe that actors, musicians, and other artists play a big part in affecting culture. I also believe that people in this industry are the most vulnerable to mental health issues. Psychologically healthier artists can have a positive influence on our culture and can produce art in a more sustainable way.

Hosted by Greg Bekkers from Apollo Management.

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