NYT Bestselling author of ‘I Will Teach You to Be Rich’ Ramit Sethi discusses personal finances and starting an online business with Zack Arnold, ACE.
Director, editor, and mentor Susan Vaill, ACE discuss with Zack Arnold, ACE the many pitfalls, politics, and unanswered questions that must be answered once a new editor has made the transition from being an assistant.
Assistant editor Richard Sanchez found himself working on the same projects over and over that led his career nowhere. Then Richard decided it was time to create career opportunities instead of wait for them.
CEO & Founder of EditStock and Editor mentor Misha Tenebaum discusses his journey from a former assistant editor in scripted television to becoming a successful full-time entrepreneur.
TV Editor Monica Daniel joins the Optimizer community Q&A to discuss how to provide value to others but also get paid for that value instead of giving everything away for free.
Nobody really knows when we’re going back to work. In this conversation we speculate on when Hollywood will go back into production…and how we can make money until that time comes.
Learn the latest about the freelance unemployment mess as well as the challenges of applying for a small business PPP loan.
The government isn’t going to do the work to make sure you get the money you’re owed. We’re on our own figuring this out and getting paid. This article answers the most frequent and obvious questions about earning income from the CARES Act, getting your $10k SBA Disaster Loan, and more.
As freelancers it’s imperative to know how to create a monthly budget in the gig economy to manage periods of unemployment…or global pandemics. Here’s how.
Learn how to better manage your finances (especially if you’re a freelancer) to prepare whether you’re dealing with feast, famine, or a global pandemic.
Learn the steps to “break in,” get noticed, build the right relationships, and become a production assistant in Hollywood from Cobra Kai PA Aaron Schmidt.
If you want to know how to get a response to your cold emails, here are 5 things every one of your messages MUST contain.
If you want people to respond to your cold emails, make sure you’re not making one (or all) of these 5 most common mistakes with your cold outreach messages.
Imagine where your career could be just one year from now if you consistently sent just one thoughtful, personal, and authentic message per week to people in your area of the industry who could provide you with priceless career advice, mentor you, introduce you to the right people, open the right doors, or even hire you for your dream job.
Learn how to reorganize your finances for the 21st century gig economy so you have the freedom to say ‘no’ to gigs you don’t want and build the career you desire.