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In Between Time: How To Make It Until You Make It

In Between Time: How To Make It Until You Make It

In Between Time is a quick read tailored to your short attention span about surviving the Entertainment Industry while steadily working towards your “big break”. It gives insight on challenges ranging from how to work through voices in your head that compare you to others to the importance of staying current with industry trends. Find these tips plus a dozen more in this ultimate survival guide. So, whether you are fresh out of film school or have become cynical after having been at this for years, this fast read is for you.

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How many distractions have you stockpiled?

-Internet Surfing
-Happy Hours
-Sports Events
-Helping Others
-Video Games

There’s nothing wrong with any one of these things. However, when you consistently take on three or more of these activities, you’ve:

(A) Already reach your goals
(B) Are consumed by distractions and are nowhere near your personal goals.

It’s time to clear the clutter.

A small percentage of your time can go to whatever. That leaves the majority of your free time to focus on your writing, singing, acting, photography or whatever your goal in life is to do or be. Stop using your distractions as an excuse or simply admit to yourself that what you keep saying is your goal, is not what you really want to work towards. That’s cool. People will appreciate your honesty and continue to “like” the next selfie you post at some party.

Just Say No


Keep Calm

It happens. You get offered a singing, writing, acting or production gig for very little pay. You already know that the hours will be longer than promised, the work will be unnecessarily hard and you may be needed for more than that day or week originally proposed. You know this because your gut/intuition/spirit has already told you. Listen to it! It knows what’s best for you.