Thursday, October 6, 2011
Getting Jobs in Entertainment question 949: I'm on a roll dayplaying on 1 show, how do I turn it into more work?
The best time to seek out work is when you're working. If you're working a few days a week on a show, the best way to turn it into more days is to call people (either from set, on your way there, or on your way home) and share your passion about what you're working on. People get caught up in your excitement and passion and want to be around people who are so positive.
If you've had mentors or champions in the past, call them to tell them you're working and thank them for their contribution. If they are working on a show, perhaps ask for a set visit on an off day to maintain the momentum of being on set.
For more tips and articles by top entertainment industry career coach, The Greenlight Coach, visitwww.TheGreenlightCoachBlog.com
To stay current on The Greenlight Coach's speaking engagements, recommendations, and work success articles, sign up for her free newsletter at the top of the page and get a great bonus 1-hour MP3 on creating powerful business partnerships when you do!
Getting Jobs in Entertainment question 1280: I grew up in India and as a result English is my second language (cont'd)
"I grew up in India and as a result English is my second language. I am looking to improve my comprehension when I read my text book...
Unfortunately, I've had this question before. Here are some questions to consider: 1. Do you need the job for: the income, the prest...
Getting Jobs in Entertainment question 1279: do you think having a weird hair color is hurtful and limiting or is beneficial and makes you stand out as an actor?It is both. Having a weird hair color makes you a character. If a Casting Director is looking for a young mom for a Tide commercial, he won&...