At The International Stunt Academy, we pride ourselves on incorporating cutting-edge knowledge and techniques in psychology and learning to ensure our students excel in their careers. One such model, which forms the foundation of our approach to skill development, is the "Four Stages of Competence." This highly effective and widely recognised model is rooted in the fields of psychology, education, and learning and development.
Have a read and discover how to supercharge your development and enable yourself to push to new levels of awareness, knowledge and capability.
Welcome, intrepid students of The International Stunt Academy! As future stunt Performers and Stunt Actors, you are no strangers to risks, excitement, and pushing boundaries.
However, one of the most essential aspects of your training lies not in perfecting your acrobatics, parkour, or high-speed chases, but in embracing the power of failure.
In this article, we'll explore why sometimes, "to become a great student, we have to go be a bad student, but in a good way." We'll discuss the importance of seeing failure as a stepping stone to success and how becoming comfortable with it can help you learn and grow in your craft.
This blog os co-authored by The ISA Team