Archive for April, 2014

by stan Popovich

Over the coming weeks PRB Media will be posting a series of Blogs from author Stan Popovich, who is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology” the first blog in the series looks at how celebrities can manage their personal life.

Below are a few suggestions on how celebrities can balance their personal life and their entertainment career. PRB Media feel this is are very important area to cover, as over the years, artist welfare may have not been priority for many reasons.


Points to consider

1.Set goals for yourself when you manage your career.

When you go to work each day, try to set some goals for you to accomplish. For instance, let’s say your goal for today is to finish a project for your manager. At the end of the day, you will feel better about yourself knowing that you were able to finish that project. When you accomplish these smaller goals, you will feel happier, more confident, and less stressed.

2.Delegate part of your responsibilities.

If you try to do everything, you will get stressed and anxious. A person can only do so much in a given day. Do not do everything. Learn to manage your responsibilities. If you feel like you are doing too much, then take a break and evaluate your situation.

3.Try to do things in terms of their importance.

Determine what needs done right away and do those particular tasks in order of importance.  Sometimes it is best to write down on a piece of paper the things you want to accomplish in a given day and then do those particular tasks.

4. Remember To Have Fun.

It is important to have fun even if your career becomes difficult to manage.  A person needs to take  a break from their profession so they can learn to relax. This will help you to refocus and be better able to deal with your problems.


5. Separate Your Career And Your Personal Life.
Many people make the mistake of making their career their social life. This is can cause problems in the long run.  It is best if you keep your personal life separate from your profession because this will reduce the chances of anything bad from happening to your career. Set some time aside to be with your friends and leave your career separate.

6. Don’t Neglect Your Health.

Many entertainers sacrifice their physical and mental  health over fame, money, and success. Try to focus on what life will be like when your fame disappears.  Managing your stresses and anxieties in a positive way is very important for your long term health. A person can’t enjoy their successes if their health is in bad shape.