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AIP010 | My Recap of Episodes 1 through 9

AIP010 | My Recap of Episodes 1 through 9

by May 27, 2015 0 comments

Host Ben Hauck recaps the first nine episodes of The Acting Income Podcast, which made iTunes’ list of New & Noteworthy Podcasts upon its debut.  In this recap episode, in addition to summarizing each episode, Ben adds anecdotes about the episodes and explains what he’s learned in the process of producing them. As he goes along, he divulges his own crossroads with respect to his acting career and how these episodes have had a profound impact on how he currently sees himself as an actor.

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Episode 1

“How I Make an Income as an Actor and What Inspired This Podcast”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode1

Episode 2

“How to Sort out All of the Advice You Hear as an Actor”

Long-Form Improv: The Complete Guide to Creating Characters, Sustaining Scenes, and Performing Extraordinary Harolds by Ben Hauck

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode2

Episode 3

“How I Figured out My Monthly Spending and Saved up to Move to New York City”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode3

Episode 4

“How the Word ‘Success’ Applies to You as an Actor”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode4

Episode 5

“How to Think Statistically as an Actor”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode5

Episode 6

“How to Write to Supplement Your Acting Career – with Anne DeAcetis”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode6

Episode 7

“How Going Fi-Core Affected My Acting Career – with Ricardo Lori”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode7

Episode 8

“How to Coach Running to Complement Your Acting and Modeling Career – with Elizabeth Ann Corkum” (AKA “Coach Corky”)

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode8

Episode 9

“Why I Choose to Stay a Non-Union Actor – with Eric S. Robertson”

Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode9

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