I've got my own kaizen going around auditions. It's yet another way that I stay conscious about what aspects of an audition I have control over and which ones I don't.
And I really am digging this recent improvement to my audition routines: the night before, I make a timetable. I start with the time I'm scheduled, and then work backwards.
|Here's a recent timetable!|
It keeps me from stressing when I'm getting ready (what time did I need to get on BART again?), makes sure I don't forget anything, and makes sure that I'm doing productive things to get ready (like a vocal warmup) instead of getting stuck on the social medias. Because I do it the night before it also means that I sleep better. Timetables are definitely a keeper. For now anyway...