Monthly Archives: January 2015

Find the Right Job that Supports Your Creativity

Many of us struggle to find work that supports our creative nature. I’ve discovered that the best job search engine is your intuition. And this article (at FindaJob411.com)  is really good at distilling this process into 5-easy steps. Brainstorm a list. Don’t … Continue reading

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The # 1 Tip that Star Artists Use to be a Success

Most of you probably remember Steve Martin as that “wild and crazy guy” from SNL, the father from Parenthood, or the writer of such hits as Shopgirl and An Object of Beauty. Recently, I learned he wrote a memoir describing … Continue reading

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The Sexy New Cover

Tim’s gone wild. Check out the cover featuring Javier, his love interest. No wonder Tim has a thing for this man. Tim on Broadway is available at Amazon and at most places you can purchase books online. It is also … Continue reading

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Believe and Receive Like Tyler Perry’s Madea

I’m passing this message along in the hopes that it will influence a struggling actor, aspiring writer, burnt out office worker, or someone just looking to make it. That person could be you. I’ll give you the answers first. Plant … Continue reading

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Why Being Your Own Worst Enemy is a Good Thing

I recently read Simon Sinek’s Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action. One of many gems from this book is to… Try to be better than you were six months ago. It’s simple enough to get, but let … Continue reading

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