Learn how superstar television editor Kelley Dixon rose from assistant to the top of her game…and all the dirty details in between.
Work-life balance is the unicorn we all strive for right? Learn why this is the wrong approach and what to work for instead.
Raúl Dávalos was one of those human beings you meet who in just a few moments can have a profound impact on your life forever.
Learn some of the fundamental steps necessary to get noticed and rise to the top in Hollywood post-production with Oscar-winning editor Billy Goldenberg.
It’s extremely common in creative industries to see job listings for free or low paid work, but how do you know if it will ultimately lead to career growth?
Want to be a Hollywood writer? Learn how to break down every conceivable barrier and forge your own unique path to the top.
Learn how an accomplished reality TV editor successfully transitioned to working in scripted television.
‘Blue collar’ workers used to work in coal mines. Is it possible that being stuck behind a computer for 12 hours a day is the new blue collar?
For those who work in the filmmaking industry, ‘Below the Line’ is a pretty common term, but in case you’re not familiar with it, it …
Unlike doctors or lawyers, the path to having a successful career is not linear. The key is knowing how to build connections & forging your own unique path.
Unlike doctors or lawyers, the path to having a successful career is not linear. The key is learning the proper steps to forge your own unique path.
Eric Barke breaks down why some people are immensely successful & others aren’t, the science of creative burnout, and what you can do to pursue the passion that’s right for you.
This simple four word phrase changed my entire outlook on life the first time I heard it and is the foundation of the Optimize Yourself philosophy…
This episode is the latest Q&A episode with my trusty sidekick Natalie Boschan, and in this episode we answer the question “How do I know …
“What is ACE, how do I become a member, and what are the benefits?” are common questions I’m asked often by fellow film editors (that …