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    What Happens After You Book the Job?

    Now, it’s time to execute the client’s concept on set. Yikes! Chill. You have already been through the hardest part—the audition process. Now it’s time to put all that training into action. Time to execute!

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    3 Tips for Successful Networking

    As an actor, it's selling your brand—talent, training, appearance—in order to create or act upon a business opportunity. The goal is a follow-up call, meeting, audition, or booking! Keep these three tips in mind, and your networking will go far more successfully.

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    How Meditation Can Revolutionize Your Acting Career

    We can take a practice of meditation out into our very active and busy worlds on a daily basis. And when we do, not only will our lives improve, but we’ll begin to have awareness of where we get stuck in life.

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    When Should Your Child Actor Join the Union?

    What is the difference between union (SAG-AFTRA) jobs and non-union projects and when should my child join the union? The differences between these types of projects can be confusing, so here are a few general tips of the trade.

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    A Manager’s Love Letter To Her Clients

    This is a thank you, an acknowledgment, an appreciation, and an encouragement to you for sacrifices and the good things you do for your kids.

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    How To Generate Press To Get Success As an Actor

    Let me show you three important facts about press releases that will lead to your success, not the other way around.

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    6 Things You Should Know Before Hiring A Manager

    I spoke to a few established talent managers and everybody agreed that there are at least a few things every actor should understand (and think over) before working with a manager.

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    5 Steps To Deciding What Acting Projects To Pursue

    A lot of actors who could be very successful are not clear about marketing their talent or where they should be doing so. It may seem obvious, but you need to go to the right location and target the one media that will recognize your talents and hire you!

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    7 Tips For Parents of Young Performers

    The key to success for both the parent and young actor is to prepare for the challenges, remain flexible and creative when solving problems, and stay organized. Here are some tips to make your experience as the parent of a working child actor a happy and successful one.

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    The 3 Major Differences Between Stage and Screen Acting

    In part one of a series, David Patrick Green shares the major differences between acting on stage and acting for film and TV.