Have a bottle of auditions, and a talent chaser. No, really, one can go without the other, but it's just not that tasty. Auditions, however, do not get better with age, although talent may. There are so many people wanting to make it, how do we know we have any chance at all? Do we ever know until the limo is picking us up from our luxurious hotel to take us to the premier of our new movie, or the Emmy awards, or the MTV music awards? No one ever knows, but you can have a feeling. It's the feeling that keeps you going to auditions even though you've been rejected fifty times this summer. It's the feeling gives you the confidence that you do have some talent even though you haven't worked in a year.
Many people have these feelings that keep them motivated to keep on going on auditions and telling themselves they have some talent, unfortunately for most it is usually just a touch of indigestion. No one is actually more likely than anyone else to be hired after auditions. A person off the street with no talent and no desire to act at all could be picked over a room full of consummate actors if the casting director feels that they are the best person for the part.
If you really want auditions and you think you have some talent, sit down for a while and relax, make sure you don't just have an upset stomach, then begin making plans. Where are you going to get information on when and where auditions happening? Where can you find a class where you can work to improve your talent? There is no reason to wait any longer. Get online, go to community theatres, quit your job and film your own movie starring you, whatever you have to do to move yourself closer to your goal.