Category Archives: Communication

Selective Empathy: Do you respond with the same empathy regardless of cause-of-death?

Do you respond with the same empathy regardless of cause-of-death? 

The death of a likeable person or loved one, in most cases, is a sad occasion for families, friends, and colleagues. And sometimes, the country. There are circumstances that sometimes leave people questioning why “them”? Such as, they were so young, they were so healthy,...
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HOW TO READ AN AUDITION ROOM, GREEN ROOM, FILM SET

ETIQUETTE TIPS AND ADVICE FOR ACTORS AND THE FILM INDUSTRY:   Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, Etiquette Expert, Author, Actor/Actríz     

HOW TO READ AN AUDITION ROOM, GREEN ROOM, FILM SET

Keep in mind that everyone has a...
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SOCIAL CUES ACTORS NEED TO KNOW

ETIQUETTE TIPS AND ADVICE FOR ACTORS AND THE FILM INDUSTRY:                                                                                      ...

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Actors Who Speak Out On-Set, Auditions, & Green-Rooms

ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR ACTORS & FILM INDUSTRY

Rosalinda Oropeza Randall | Etiquette Expert and Actor/Actríz

Speaking out can either be helpful or harmful to your reputation and career.

As an actor and expert television guest, I’ve been on a variety of sets and green rooms. Sitting in a...

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How to politely reply to “Did you get the vaccine?”

Is there a polite way to reply to the vaccine police?

Instead of the familiar greeting, "How are you?" I hear, "Have you gotten the vaccine?" A simple and well-accepted reply, "No, not yet." Understandable if you don't fit into a high-risk group. However, not that the vaccine is becoming more accessible, you can...
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Will Shelter-In-Place Influence How We Engage Post-Covid?

Shelter-in-place has influenced many aspects of our lives; our appearance, our demeanor, and our attitude. How will it influence how we engage post-COVID?

Once the "shelter-in-place" restrictions are lifted and we venture out, we will undoubtedly run into people we haven't seen in a while. Naturally, it'll be great to see our neighbors, friends,...
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3 Tips to Keep Your Thanksgiving Gathering From Turning Into a Combat Zone

Is it possible to keep your guests from discussing politics? 

Whether you’re attending an in-person gathering or virtually, it takes only one comment about COVID restrictions or politics to turn a cordial gathering into a combat zone. If you’re a guest, you obviously can’t impose what is acceptable and what is not. But you can...
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7 Tips to Handling Post-Election Disappointment

Could COVID be a blessing in disguise?

With so many people working from home, it naturally cuts down the opportunities to interact with coworkers, baristas, people in the coffee line, etc. Less face-to-face contact equals fewer scenarios for conflict. For some, seeing a simple logo on a t-shirt or hat arouses annoyance or can...
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2020 Debate: A lesson in civility?

Are the days of looking up to our leaders a thing of the past?

Perhaps looking up to them has now unfortunately evolved to looking to them to learn how not to behave. With no political agenda or preference, I will break down the behavior, not the man. The moderator. I believe he set the right...
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Surviving the Presidential Debate

Hostility and screaming matches with your chips and dip?

How to root for your man without being knocked out. For some reason, this presidential election seems more volatile and fervent than any other that I can recall. Is it the candidates who is stirring up this ferver? Or is it society who seems to be less...
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