Dear Toni,

Almost a year ago, I made the decision to pack up my Sunfire with as much stuff as it could contain and make my way from Missouri to California.  I had said good-bye to the snow and hello to the beaches.
I made the voyage to continue my acting education on a larger scale.  Within the past year, I have teamed up with an agent; have been taking acting classes focusing on character development, repetition, scene study, and auditioning; and have just started the actual auditioning process.  I have also been working on the production side, learning all I can.
What different ways can I work on becoming SAG?  What are some ways to stick out of the crowd (in a good way!)?  Is there anything else I should do that I may have overlooked?

Thank you,