5 Takeaways from the Get Your Show Off The Ground Seminar.
This past Saturday, a bunch of super-passionate peeps of all different types, from producers to writers to producer/writers, etc., joined me for my Get Your Show Off The Ground Seminar.
We had a great time, and I have to thank all of my participants for their creativity, ingenuity and their desire to do what we all do. There were some great (and I mean really great) projects that came from the minds of these folks. And I think we did a great job incubating them all.
We talked about finding investors, getting rights, the pros and cons of festivals, the benefits of a lawyer, determining your hourly value, and much much more.
To give you a sample, here are five quickie-takeaways from the seminar:
- You are what you say you are.
- People don’t invest in projects, they invest in people.
- Birth your baby.
- Diversify your producing programming.
- Never wait.
If you missed out on this seminar, don’t worry, I have just scheduled my next seminar for Saturday, June 19th. That date may seem far off, but it’s coming sooner than you think, and because of how quickly my last seminar sold out, I strongly urge you to reserve now (I picked a June date specifically for those of you planning Fringe or NYMF style productions this summer/fall. Your shows should be heating up at that time.)
For more details on the seminar and to book your spot today, visit my Seminar page here. (There are also some testimonials from some of this past week’s participants, so you can learn what they thought directly from them!)
Thanks again to everyone that participated this past Saturday! I expect great things from all of you, so go get ’em.
For the rest of you out there looking to get your show off the ground, I’ll see you at the next seminar!
Get Your Show Off The Ground
Saturday, June 19th
10 AM – 6 PM
Book today by visiting here.
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