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Many parents believe their child has a special talent and wants them to show it off to the world. Though some of these parents probably have grandiose ideas for their child and their ambition might never amount to anything, others are absolutely right on and their child has a bright future in the entertainment industry.

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Helping your child star a career in entertainment

Helping Your Child Star A Career in

Entertainment

Many parents believe their child has a special talent and wants them to show it off to the

world. Though some of these parents probably have grandiose ideas for their child and their

ambition might never amount to anything, others are absolutely right on and their child has a

bright future in the entertainment industry. If you consider yourself to be in the latter category

and you believe your child truly has what it takes to gain fame one day, there are a few

important steps you should take early on to ensure success. First, find the appropriate

professionals to create a team that will support your child in their business endeavors. In

addition to dealing with financial matters, you will also need to worry about public relations

and finding work. A modeling agency or acting school like Kids Act LA can help you get

started. These institutes guide you toward professional careers in the entertainment industry.

The first thing you need to do either for your child or together with your child is set priorities.

They need to understand that until things get rolling, their job is to focus on school or just

being a kid. If things take off and a career in entertainment seems like a definite possibility

for their future, their priorities can shift a bit. However, it is important they plan for both

scenarios, just in case. As the parent, you are responsible for keeping them on track and

making sure their focus is on the right things.


Helping your child star a career in entertainment

When working with professionals in the industry, you want them to give you honest and

accurate assessments. Some stage or entertainment parents have a tendency to get upset when

agents are honest with them. They tend to overreact when negative comments are made about

their child. Many would prefer dishonest answers about their child's talent, but that is not

doing anyone any favors. Even if the news is that your child does not have what it takes to be

in the entertainment industry, it is important for people to be honest about it. Ask the pros to

be direct, so you know what to expect and what potential your child has.

Regardless of what happens, make sure your child knows there are plenty of opportunities out

there. While thinking about an entertainment career, encourage them to also focus on school,

learning to play an instrument, playing a sport and learning about the world around them.

Working in entertainment should never feel like your child's only option. If their

entertainment career takes off, they still have plenty of interests and they are a well-rounded

person.

Finally, encourage your child, but do not push too hard. Make sure they know you believe in

them and that you are there to support them. Sometimes they need a little push to keep them

focused and on track. If you know and the professionals feel your child truly has talent, a

little pushing will not hurt. However, if you push too hard, your child might end up resenting

you and their career.

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