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I recently had the pleasure to sit down with Casting Director Jen Rudin, author of Confessions Of A Casting Director. Jen has over 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry and provides insight on how to help actors have better auditions and work their strengths. From the pros and cons of the acting scene … Read the Rest →
If your personal brand has a professional website this is just the first step to unlocking all of its potential. In order to be effective there must be a way to capture leads and create opportunities.
So what is one way to communicate with your audience? By implementing a personalized auto response email that is … Read the Rest →
A decade ago LEGO was losing $1M a day.
A lot has changed.
Now they are cranking out a 24% profit margin.
Fun Facts:105,000 LEGO pieces are made every minute There are at least 80 LEGO pieces for every human on the planet Lego generates 60% of it’s business in December
In the early … Read the Rest →
A few weeks ago, a close relative of mine (a Gen Xer) resigned his $130,000 a year job. He is a software architect, a profession in short supply.
Why did he resign his job? Here are a few reasons: He felt the company management was dysfunctional; the company was milking an antiquated technology; the product … Read the Rest →
Wouldn’t it be GREAT if you could have a steady stream of up-to-date, current and relevant information about jobs, really good jobs, as well as information about the people doing the actual hiring, coming directly to you on a regular basis? Well, there is indeed a way you can do precisely that, by setting up … Read the Rest →
As a career coach, at times I am being asked for advice, whether the person is a good fit for what they do professionally or want to do in the future? Often I refer such a case to my business partner who is a well-qualified and very experienced career counselor who meets with clients several … Read the Rest →