Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar uses practical strategies from positive psychology to help people align their careers with their values & ideals so they can stop competing in the neverending rat race and escape the endless cycle of burnout.
Alex Ferrari has been side hustling since he was 12 years old. Today he shares his decades of experience to help others gain financial freedom while pursuing their filmmaking dreams.
IMDbPro is my #1 recommendation if you’re looking for a tool to build your network of creative professionals in the entertainment industry. The ten features I detail in this article are just a small portion of what it has to offer and in my opinion make it worth the price of admission (and then some).
» Click to read the full transcript There is at least one point in our lives when we make the stark realization that we no …
Consistency. Perseverance. Willingness to help others. Agustin Rexach embodies these principles. He shares how a service-centric mindset is essential for career success.
Kabir Ahktar, ACE feels very strongly that:
“It’s really important to stay networking…However much you’re doing, it’s probably not enough.”
Seasoned editor, Andi Armaganian who successfully transitioned to director is here to inspire you to take the next major steps in your career.
Learn what it takes to break into editing scripted comedy and how to climb the ladder to directing/producing, with David Rogers (Seinfeld, The Office, The Mindy Project).
Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write: I said “No” to a job…a great job…for a HUGE network…during a pandemic.
If we don’t collectively start saying “no” to the rapid deevolution of our well-being as creatives, we’re careening towards a race to the bottom.
Today’s guest, James Wilcox is here to debunk that myth that success is about waiting for opportunity to be bestowed upon you. And how to prepare…
Today I talk with 3 rising stars: Mirra Watkins, Ariel Brown, & Isaiah Cary about breaking into the film industry as people of color.
Author’s Note: The following is an article I originally wrote for the site Filmeditingpro.com titled “The Editor’s Guide To Networking (Especially If You Can’t Network)” …
Monty DeGraff, ACE worked in post-production for 9 years before he met another black person. He’s an uplifting voice to mentorship & diversity in Hollywood.
Be nice. Could it possibly be that simple? In Hollywood, it seems “nice guys finish last” – untrue. Jesse Averna shows us how compassion leads to success.