What is your practice? - Practice as something that relates to the basics => exercising your mind, body, voice- Things that can inhibit practice => some people in the group feel inhibitions about practicing in front of other people. As an actor on tour, for example, feeling self-conscious about doing vocal or physical exercises, or even talking to other people about what your 'practice'.- practice to go back to 'why I wanted to do it in the first place- Confusion over what 'my practice' is => funders ask about it - difficult to say what it is- Different types of practice: singing, a daily rant, daily writing, running, yoga- All of these are 'individual' practices => how to develop a 'collective practice'?- Can writing emails be part of your practice?- being in front of an audience as practice => to develop a clown practice, you need an audience- Does a practice need a home? What can that home be?- In the world of running, people talk a lot about 'accountability' => buddying up in order to be accountable- Deadlines, rehearsals, etc. can make us more accountable, but what about in between? How can we be more accountable to each other (or to ourselves?) to keep growing. To keep a company growing.- can you use funding applications / administrative tasks to gain a better understanding of what it is you are making. How can these elements be worked into a practice?- How can a practice be something that pays?