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.
Zack Arnold, ACE and workflow expert Michael Kammes discuss how to set up your remote post-production workflow and make sure you don’t lose your mind working from home.
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.
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, …
Despite popular wisdom, learn why your time is essentially worthless, and more importantly how to properly budget and invest it to maximize effectiveness while minimizing procrastination and burnout.
Learn how to better manage your day, your week, and your life with the most powerful strategy in my productivity toolbox: Time blocking.
Learn how feature editor Moni Salazar transformed from scatterbrained to productivity ninja by making just a few simple changes to her daily habits.
Stop wasting time with bills and invoices and focus on your most important creative work by organizing and automating your personal and small business finances.
Learn how to change just three simple daily habits to achieve your goals and win at the Ultimate Game of Life.
If you have any interest in working “smarter” instead of “harder,” you’ll need a system to get you there…and that system is GTD.
This episode is a deep-dive Q&A into the features and benefits of using Trello for your post-production workflow.
Go paperless. Eliminate email. Learn how to build your entire global post-production workflow using the #1 project management program on the planet.
I’m going to be honest with you: Email is killing your productivity. I know it’s tempting to believe that you’re important because your inbox is …
Editor’s Note: This is the second in my three part series on saving your sanity in the edit bay. Click here to read part 1 …
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a 3 part series on saving your sanity in the edit bay. In part two I cover the …
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