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Don't let the fear of assisting other actors blind you!  Check out these tips on how to pay it forward!

Random Acts of Kindness Day and other service ideas for your youth group.

I heard (Ret.) General Dempsey, the 18th Chairman of the Joint Chief’s of Staff, talking about leadership at the World LEADERS Group. He struggled with what to say to soldiers who had lost a comrad…

What if Someone on Your Team Died

I heard (Ret.) General Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chief’s of Staff, talking about leadership at the World LEADERS Group. He struggled with what to say to soldiers who had lost a comrad…

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an African-American actor working in Seoul, South Korea. He's known for The Spy (2013), Gamgi (2013) and Haebangchon (2012). His most recent accomplishments include Best Supporting Actor @ K WebFest - Korea's 1st Web Series Festival & Best Actor Nomination @ The Charlotte Black Film Festival in North Carolina.

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an American actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea. His reputation & experience as an expat thespian made him a budding success in an overseas film industry. He's known for Jojakdwen Doshi Haebangchon The Spy & Gamgi

A skeptic's Journey to Life.: Day 643 - Leadership

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.

Take a closer look at this expat actor and learn about her success in South Korea.   Lauren Ash-Morgan aka "The Gugak Shakespearean"

Take a closer look at this expat actor and learn about her success in South Korea. Lauren Ash-Morgan aka "The Gugak Shakespearean"

Kevin Lee is a towering presence overseas!  Check out why in the newest article of #TheSeoulBrotha Presents...

Kevin Lee is a towering presence overseas! Check out why in the newest article of #TheSeoulBrotha Presents...

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an African-American actor working in Seoul, South Korea. He's known for The Spy (2013), Gamgi (2013) and Haebangchon (2012).  His most recent accomplishments include Best Supporting Actor @ K WebFest - Korea's 1st Web Series Festival & Best Actor Nomination @ The Charlotte Black Film Festival in North Carolina.

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an American actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea. His reputation & experience as an expat thespian made him a budding success in an overseas film industry. He's known for Jojakdwen Doshi Haebangchon The Spy & Gamgi

Get from the general meeting to the film set with these tips.

Increasing Your Chances Of Being Cast For The Expat Thespian

Special Ops Moms: You Can Lead a Horse to Water But You Can’t Make Her Drink This blog post discusses the importance of establishing boundaries in our actions and thoughts in order to obtain our goals.  This means we do not actively receive (#Faith) from everyone and their dog.  We need to remain allegiant to our chosen Cause.  The post differentiates between receiving comfort from conflicting Causes (#Temptation) and receiving it from our chosen Cause (#Mercy).

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink

How to be more likeable. 1. They shift the spotlight to others & praise them. Listen more than talk & don't offer advice unless asked.

How to Be Exceptionally Likable: 11 Things the Most Charming People Always Do

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an African-American actor working in Seoul, South Korea. He's known for The Spy (2013), Gamgi (2013) and Haebangchon (2012).  His most recent accomplishments include Best Supporting Actor @ K WebFest - Korea's 1st Web Series Festival & Best Actor Nomination @ The Charlotte Black Film Festival in North Carolina.

Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an American actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea. His reputation & experience as an expat thespian made him a budding success in an overseas film industry. He's known for Jojakdwen Doshi Haebangchon The Spy & Gamgi

Learn about how this expat actor has succeeded in Japan. Bob Werely  aka "The Tokyo Kid"

Learn about how this expat actor has succeeded in Japan. Bob Werely aka "The Tokyo Kid"

We live in an excessively unhealthy culture. We are constantly surrounded by victims. This is because we are all victims .

Why size matters in entertainment.

Why size matters in entertainment.

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