So what is it that you would actually like to accomplish? The first thing you need to do is specify what it is you truly want. This is usually the part that actors tend to miss, writing down a specific time measured goal. Its wonderful to be a dreamer, to want it all and truthfully you can. However if you do not first choose one specific measurable goal, it can mean the detriment to all your other dreams. Small accomplishments release dopamine in your brain that leads to increased motivation. So take inventory of your life. What are those things, related to career or personal life that have you saying "oh if only I could....., then I could be happy". Is it becoming a better actor? Being more fit? Learning an instrument? Forging more relationships? Learning a new acting technique? The only way I know to get better at anything is by constantly doing it. Practice. Repetition. If you do something every single day for the next 100 days you cannot avoid becoming better at it.
Robyn Kay runs The Robyn Kay Studio for actors in Toronto, teaching acting classes rooted in the Meisner technique. If you are interested in taking classes and reaching your acting goals email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-312-9188