Learn from tentpole Hollywood feature film editor Alan Bell, ACE how he maintain healthy habits & routines to maintain optimal levels of creativity while working on the biggest projects in Hollywood.
Learn how Eddie nominated editor David J. Turner evaluated the way he works and lives to go from being totally burned out and afraid of taking on new work to literally having the confidence and energy to apply for a trip to the moon.
Learn how writer/director Paul Del Vecchio overcame the anxieties and fears that caused him to always say ‘Yes’ to other people’s projects (even when they were the wrong fit) so he could focus on developing his own projects.
As the recently elected President of American Cinema Editors (ACE), Kevin Tent is leading the charge to make working smarter instead of harder in the edit bay one of his top priorities. He’s dedicated to making changes like taking regular walk breaks, adding in meditation, and even taking an occasional nap to enhance your creativity and get you through the day with more energy left over for your family and yourself when work is done. If you want to know how one of the top names in the feature editing game stays sharp and continues to work at such a high level, today’s conversation is for you.
I don’t know about you, but my brain is like an endless news ticker reminding me of the growing tasks, activities, ambitions, and must-do’s that I need to accomplish to prove my worth as a human. No sooner do I start one checklist item and I’m already thinking of the next. It’s been ingrained in me that striving, achieving, and accomplishing must be happening at all times!
Exhausted by Zoom calls, overwhelmed by global upheaval, & frankly wondering what’s the point? Get back on track with these 5 basic needs.
In today’s conversation, Jessie Graff and I go deep into the inner psychology that drives her to compete and perform with such consistency and at such a high level.
Have you ever wanted to pursue a passion your whole life that’s well outside your comfort zone…but felt like you missed your opportunity and now you’re “too old?”
In today’s conversation, you’ll hear the challenges and hard lessons that Wes Plate learned on his journey from being a depressed, overworked alcoholic to a lean and happy Ultramarathoner.
Learn how to identify your ‘One Thing’ and accomplish it every day…regardless of everything else you have to manage during global pandemics.
You think you’ll get a million things done during your next hiatus…then when it comes you get nothing done. Learn how to be more productive during your next hiatus from film/tv editor Debby Germino.
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 the most common mistakes people make when reaching out to potential mentors, colleagues, & people they want to work with… and what to fix to skyrocket your response rate.
Learn from productivity expert Nir Eyal how to better manage your time, your attention, and become ‘Indistractable.
Author’s Note: The following is an article I originally wrote for the site Frame.io titled “6 Ways to Be More Productive and Creative with your …