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Ep103 Valorie Hubbard – The Business of Acting

MEET VALORIE HUBBARD Valorie Hubbard owns the company, Actor’s Fast Track, where she consults with working actors about their career paths. Having navigated her own career, she knows the pitfalls and successes of the path and how to avoid the one and create the other. She gives actors the tools they need to get recognized.…

My 100th Episode!!! with Special Guest Rachel Cossar

Thank you for tuning into my 100th episode! It’s been two years since I first started this and I honestly never thought it would last this long. In today’s conversation, I am joined LIVE and drinking wine with my friend Rachel Cossar. We cover a few backgrounds bits from my journey and check in with…

Ep99 Torah Bontrager – An Amish Girl In Manhattan

MEET TORAH BONTRAGER Torah Bontrager (BON-tray-grrrr), raised Amish, grew up with no electricity and cars, and speaks English as a second language. She literally escaped in the middle of the night at age 15, with only what she could carry: the clothes on her back and $170 in her pocket. She’s the author of An…

Ep97 Peter Lang, CPA – The Designer CPA

Peter Lang, CPA, is an accountant who specializes in the unique accounting challenges faced by artistic professionals. Designers and other artistic professionals may find that ordinary CPAs are simply unequipped for their needs, but with 16 years of tax and accounting experience under his belt, Peter is a proven expert in helping business owners in…

Ep96 Bryan W. Mattimore – co-founder and “Chief Idea Guy” of the Growth Engine Company

Bryan W. Mattimore is co-founder and “Chief Idea Guy” of the Growth Engine Company, www.growth-engine.com, a nineteen-year old innovation agency based in Norwalk, Connecticut. In his innovation consulting career, Bryan has facilitated over a thousand brainstorming sessions, moderated over five hundred creative focus groups, and managed over two hundred successful innovation projects, leading to over…

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