If you are sick of applying for writing, screenwriting, acting, and producing gigs and not getting them, you’ll find this an important guide to review.
Sometimes the best person for a given gig doesn’t get the opportunity they deserve because they are unconsciously sabotaging themselves during the application process. In fact, that’s more commonly the case than not.
When people place an ad to hire someone for a job, or to book them for a gig, their state of mind is completely different from the state of mind they are in when they are working with the person that they hire. These competing states of mind are why so many employers/producers say “Good Help is Impossible to Find”.
In this guide you’ll learn how to make yourself the best possible contender during the hiring process so you can be in a position to do the work you most want to do. You’ll learn how the things that make you great to work with often make you very hard to hire, and how you can use your natural advantages to get the gig every time.
If you are a producer or employer who keeps hiring people who don’t work out, you’ll find these detailed notes help you understand how and why you’ve been hiring the wrong people. It is possible to write your ads and inquiries in such a fashion that you get exactly the people you want and you get exactly the information you need in order to hire them.
Success in media and entertainment depends upon the ability to find and work with the people who are actively engaged in doing the work you most want to do. This guide will help you take a big step forward in mastering that process.
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