Self- Management For Actors

Posted on February 12, 2010. Filed under: actor, Jim Greenleaf | Tags: , , , |

Self- Management For Actors
Actors are frequently on the quest for representation. You need a manager to help guide you through the process of becoming a working actor. Or do you? Self-Management for Actors will help you take control of your career from the business side of things. There is no secret method to succeeding in Hollywood. There is no password-entry system to join the Working Actor Club. What does exist is a simple, self-management concept that allows you to handle the business of your acting career without losing the ability to be a creative artist. Balance is key, and the tips in Self-Management for Actors will put you well on your way to having the best manager you deserve: yourself!

Now in an expanded third edition, including a new section on Advanced SMFA concepts and contributions from over 50 working professionals, Self-Management for Actors is Hollywood Grad School—in book form!

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4 Responses to “Self- Management For Actors”

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Aw, thanks Jim! 🙂 Keep on rockin’!

Thanks Bon… What do you think of the no beard look…? Big step for me…I’m taking new pics today with Amy… would you mind looking at them?

Very good review of the book. I have the second edition I’d bought a few years back and consider it very valuable. I don’t know of other Winnipeg actors who have it or who’ve referenced it.

Thank you I feel that strongly about it.

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