Month: February 2016

I don’t think that word means what you think it means

Recently, I was invited by a company, that shall remain extremely nameless, to help inspire their pointless lackluster social media branding. This is something I do frequently with companies and individuals and usually, these sessions quickly become fun and inspired brainstorming sessions, with everyone excited and frantically taking notes, and I get back as much…
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February 29, 2016 0

How to talk to a co-worker with a disability

My friend Leslie Martin-Breslin and I met several years ago, when she had written a book about her father’s battle with Alzheimer’s. Leslie had read my piece for Huffington Post, So, You Want to Write a Book?, and she was interested in my marketing advice for authors.  When we were able to laugh after a tumultuous conversation regarding…
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February 27, 2016 0


As a coach who works with a growing number of men and women in the entertainment industry, I’m a fan  of smart, honest talk about what means it be a working professional actor. I’m a produced playwright, I work with a number of artists in different fields, and I know how tough it is to choose…
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February 22, 2016 0

Using LinkedIn to fall back in love with your career

“I… posted other professional photos using the #flashbackfriday to minimize the narcissism and it was really nice to tag people. I got some nice messages back…. So, thanks for that. I don’t quite see how those photos are linked to my profile…” -She Who Must Not be Named  An email message from a client/friend who,…
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February 13, 2016 0