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AIP030 | My Recap of Episodes 21 through 29

AIP030 | My Recap of Episodes 21 through 29

by October 21, 2015 0 comments

Host Ben Hauck recaps Episodes 21 through 29 of The Acting Income Podcast. In this episode, in addition to summarizing the past nine episodes, Ben adds anecdotes about the episodes and explains what he’s learned in the process of producing them. Ben concludes with comments on what these episodes reflect about his own acting career to date.

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Episode 21

“How Network Marketing for Arbonne Funds My Acting Career – with Sarah Ittner”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode21

Episode 22

“How to Strategize Workshops with Casting Directors, Agents, and Managers to Achieve Your Acting Goals – with Gianmarco Soresi”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode22

Episode 23

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

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode23

Episode 24

“How to Be a Person First and an Actor Second – with Aleisha Force”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode24

Episode 25

“How to Make Money Using Your Acting Skills as a Brand Ambassador – with Rachel Venokur”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode25

Episode 26

“How Self-Sabotage Affects the Actor and What to Do about It – with Jenn Lederer”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode26

Episode 27

“How to Work as a Stand-In and Not Lose Sight of Your Acting Goals – with Alanna Blair

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode27

Episode 28

“Why I Went from Non-Union, to Union, to Fi-Core All in One Summer – with Eric S. Robertson”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode28

Episode 29

“How to Navigate Diversity Issues in Improv Communities to Increase Your Acting Opportunities – with Keisha Zollar”

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Show Notes: http://actingincome.com/episode29

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