An Eye For An Eye, A Like For A Like

Although we can’t be sure, it certainly looks like your social media following is eventually going to have an impact on your career. And this isn’t just for those who are performers, an affluent social media following is a lucrative offer to almost any employer, especially if you agree to use that following to promote your work. Most people know this already, and are actively trying to boost their following by tweeting & instagraming regularly. That said, this blog post isn’t about telling you how to outsmart algorithms or cheat the system to get followers. This is about the other side of it, in true RyCa fashion, this post is about supporting other people, and why a virtual like is more important than a physical one.

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Success Stories - Redefining Success

In our industry, Success is often defined by the number of credits on your CV. From as early on as training, it’s made clear that the graduates who go on to land west-end roles have succeeded, and the hundreds that haven’t must be miserable because they haven’t. It was 15 months before I landed my West-End Job, and Im personally more proud of what I achieved before Motown, than after. 

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