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Lessons Learned “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody”

Posted by The Dray on March 16th, 2012
Irene Dreayer & Brenda Song

Exec Producer Irene Dreayer & actress Brenda Song

During the last season of “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” we did an episode that was a takeoff of High School Musical which exemplified how much you can accomplish when it doesn’t matter who gets the credit. Brenda Song’s character, London, insisted that she star in the role of Sharpay, in the school’s production of High School Musical to make her dad proud.  Since the London character couldn’t sing a note, Ashley Tisdale’s character, Maddie, became London’s voice in the song “Bop to the Top” from behind the curtain.  The greed of both characters wanting the credit of singing the song almost ruins the school’s production. In the episode it was not until both girls put greed aside and shared the credit by singing together were they able to have a successful performance.

Moral of the story? It doesn’t matter how many people know what you do as long as you know!

During my Private Skype sessions with kids from all over the country (sessions available at thedrayway.com) I am always encouraging each kid to give themselves the credit and that it really does not matter if no one else knows.

You are Fabulous!

The Dray


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