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.
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.
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.
If you intend to climb the career ladder straight to the top, step #1 is understanding the four different types of creative jobs. Only once you understand where your job fits in can you then reframe your perspective to get the most out of every opportunity (or know if it’s time to bail out).
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.
If you’re a “creative professional” the chances are extremely high that you live in the dark. As a film editor, I have to spend all …
No matter how passionate, energetic, and dedicated you are to your creative profession, you will inevitably reach a point of exhaustion and burnout. It happens …
My name is Zack Arnold, and I’m a recovering workaholic. Here’s the thing about being a workaholic that nobody ever talks about. Unlike other addictions …
I’m going to confidently make a blanket generalization: Editors are not morning people. Here’s the morning routine trick:
I used to be a zombie living off 4 hours a night, but after developing this system I now get 7 hours of sleep every night no matter how busy my schedule.
Burnout is not the exception in the post industry, it’s the rule. I’m hoping that sharing my story and my strategies to overcome burnout can change this.
Read more about what working in post-production really does to us and the steps to avoid post-production burnout.