Chameleon (Erin Albert, Social Intelligence)

Last week I wrote about a very wonderful project that is about to unfold on timotheories! In case you didn’t get a chance to read it the moment I published last week, go take some time for yourself, and I’ll wait here for you.

And definitely don’t worry about the delay, I don’t expect it take you too long to get caught up.

Okay, glad we are now all on the same page. Let’s move forward!

For the first time in this blog’s history, I will be sharing with you a video interview that I have put together with an up-and-coming actor, singer, and dancer. One who is Edmonton based but has travelled across several provinces to make her art happen. The kind of artist that invokes visions of bohemia and punk rock rebelliousness, but with all of the sweet qualities of nurturer and confidante. Think Gwen Stefani, but like a thousand times more cool than all that.

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This lady is the artist you would think of when you imagine someone who is really passionate about building and maintaining professional but compassion filled relationships in the community.

I’m especially proud to have had the opportunity to get to know her personally over the past year and can thankfully now count her among my close circle of friends.

Ladies and gentleman, dear readers, I am so proud to introduce my talented friend Erin Maxwell Albert, who will be the first interviewee you get to SEE and HEAR on the blog.

I’ve included the link to the video here. I think you will enjoy it.

Get ready to laugh along with me as Erin describes what it’s like to work with her castmates, why she enjoys psychology tests, and who her personal hero is when it comes to interacting with other human beings.

Erin did a tremendous job and was a very good sport as I navigated my way through simple technical difficulties and learning on the fly how to use the equipment I recently acquired. We talked about some great aspects of becoming a multi-disciplinary artist and how she personally navigates through the waters of the theatre lifestyle.

Now that we have discussed some of my theories on social intelligence and gotten feedback from someone who lives and breathes that quality, that’s about all I can dazzle you with this week. But as always, I would love to know what you think; please leave some comments. What was your favourite part?

Lastly, a very big thank you to Erin for being excellent, entertaining and elegant.

Tim!

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