Biting Off More Than You Can Chew...
One of the most difficult things to do is walk away from a gig. That is why it is very important to figure out if you have the time to complete the project BEFORE you audition.
Time is finite. Just because you really want to work on a project doesn't mean that you will magically have enough time to do it if you already have other commitments. This is something I always remember when I'm marketing and looking for work. "This job looks fun, but it also looks involved. Do I have enough time to work on this on the chance I get the gig?"
I once read that when you are looking over an audition notice it is your chance to "audition" the job. Obviously you are looking at whether you fit the part, is it a style you can produce, does it pay a decent rate, etc. But you also should be looking at your workload and making sure it works with your schedule. You do not want to find yourself having to deliver a job late or worse, have to walk away.
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