40 minutes | Sep 24, 2021

Ep. 54 - Moving Towards Mastery

Free Consultation:www.InvisibleMansion.com/filmandfamilyThe average amount of time it takes to make one feature film (from when it's announced to when it's released) is 2 years, 4 months, and 19 days. That doesn't even include writing the script or prepping/packaging it before it gets financed. Parenthood and feature filmmaking are long-term ventures. In our latest podcast episode, we outline what you can expect that journey to look like for you. By the end, you'll be able to identify which of the four stages of learning you are in right now and what to do next.Do you feel like you are failing repeatedly without seeing any progress or results? You're in stage two. Don't worry, the growth is happening. It's just internal and nearly imperceptible.Does it take you a lot of focused effort to do what is effortless and easy for others? Do not despair. This is a natural part of the process. You're in the final stage that precedes mastery. You're almost there! Knowing the stages of learning can help you know how to move forward and transition to the next stage on the road to mastery. And as you go, you'll be better equipped to enjoy wherever you are now and find purpose in this part of your experience. Which stage are you in?Listen to the episode to find out!Free Consultation:www.InvisibleMansion.com/filmandfamily
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