"But I did want to share some interesting insights that I gained from the experience of meeting so many sag after people there are a lot of parallels with the actors that I met, and I was very impressed by those actors that seem to be self-motivated that they seem to really have an energized spirit about the work that they were doing and about what they were looking forward to do. And that's what we're going to spend a little bit of time on we're gonna talk about tuned up. Whether you are in good shape to continue on and do the work that you need to do in order to feel accomplished and to feel creative or turn in is it time to maybe reconsider other options in your life as an actor. And I'm not talking about quitting or leaving the business. But I am talking about taking another look a turning the corner and finding what other opportunities. Might be very rewarding very satisfying for you without feeling like you're giving up anything. So that's today subject. So at the sag open door. I will tell you that there were some really as I said interesting commonalities that I found with many of the members that I met, and it was really fun to see actors coming in and knowing that we only have five minutes, I had a series of questions that I thought would be helpful to sort of break, the ice just kind of stab a little human connection communication. And the first thing that I was kind of surprised at was what I extended my hand, and I stood up. I just I'm from Michigan in from a large large family, and we were always taught that when you're meeting somebody you must stand and you must extend your hand. And that's just sort of second nature for me. But it was taken aback by how many people were surprised at that. And then actually one of the actor said, well, that's because you know, casting director. Ters and producers and directors they don't like shaking hands anymore because there's so many germs out there. I laughing because I think that would be the last thing on my mind is oh I'd better not shake your hand because I'll get germs. It just doesn't cross by by that way. So that was really kind of funny to me was that I would just stand and shake hands and nice to meet you and have a seat, and then we would sort of get down to it. And a few of the questions that I would ask would be along the lines of wave the magic wand and tell me what's the next right thing for you. Now, I love that question. And the reason I love that question is it doesn't keep us looking towards what you have done lately, you know, like like, you're only as good as your last credit kind of conversation. I find that to be not very productive. And it kind of puts us in a reflective mode. And I can't tell you how many times I found actors to be almost apologetic about what they had done in the past. And so I didn't want to kind of go down that road on a continual basis with so many people to me I was much more interested in hearing what they were looking forward to doing. What were they projecting was going to? Be the next thing for them. And that became really really fun because people were like surprised that I was saying has wave the magic wand, you can have anything you want. What would that be and to a person to a person, the response was very very practical made perfect sense. And I'm thinking to myself, you know, if I had a wishlist, I would say four hundred million dollars a production company and a daily massage. You know, I would be very very specific. But what I got from actors was like, well, I've done a lot of episode of television. I've done a lot of day players. I think it's really time that I start moving into being a featured performer on television show. It was like, wow, that's like really practical and kind of logical, and you know, that's not really much of a magic one needed in that scenario. So I kind of found that really interesting that there were these practical, you know, a realistic next right things for for the actors that I met I thought that was really kind of cool. The other thing that I got really impressed by were how many talented actors. I mean had good credits had solid background had devoted their time. And energy they were so focused on wanting to do meaningful projects that is not just crass commercial stuff that they really only wanted to do. Projects that had some sort of political significance that would raise somebody's consciousness, and alter their thought process that they wanted to"