Without question sleep is the most important physiological process we require as creative professionals (and humans) to function at an optimal level…yet it’s what our …
Michael Kammes is a production & post-production workflow master and a business developer. He has also fought a lifelong battle with depression.
Roger Barton has edited and worked on some of the most iconic films of a generation such as Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Titanic, World War Z, …
Learn how award-winning composer Fil Eisler completely transformed his 24/7 workaholic lifestyle from unhealthy to running a marathon.
Rose Wetzel is a two-time American Ninja Warrior finalist and professional obstacle course racer who runs her own personal training business while juggling her new life as a mom to Taylor Joi.
Learn how editor Chryss Terry used simple time management skills to overcome repeated burnout and imposter syndrome.
If you’re serious about improving the quality of your sleep, the Oura Ring is the sleep tracker to rule them all. Learn more in this interview.
World-renowned NYC street photographer Daniel Arnold candidly discusses the many facets of the creative mind…including the darker ones.
Build a healthy workstation for less than the price of a single desk chair. Over a decade of research, experimentation, & conversations with ergonomics experts were devoted to creating this Ultimate Guide. Read online or download it for free.
Learn how to use the TheraGun to melt away muscle soreness, fatigue, and chronic aches and pains…in mere minutes.
The SitTight is a revolutionary new ‘active sitting’ chair that can actually help you get more fit while you sit.
Listen to Zack Arnold (ACE), Lillian Bension (ACE), Carol Littleton (ACE) and Andy Seklir (ACE) discuss what it REALLY takes to survive the working conditions in Hollywood and become a successful editor in Hollywood.
Those of us working in the filmmaking industry are willing to put up with ridiculous (and deadly) working conditions that few other industries would deem acceptable. But the much deeper question is: Why?
For those of us in Hollywood working behind computers in dark rooms for a living, will there ever come a time when we realize it’s counterproductive, unhealthy, and downright dangerous to work insane hours at the expense of our health and our creativity simply for the sake of our jobs?
Civil engineer and female bodybuilder Gen Malone candidly tells her story of depression, burnout, and imposter syndrome…and how she came out the other side.