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Transformative Coach David J. Diamond answers your questions about how to have the career you want and the life you want working in the performing arts. How can you have the creative life that fulfills you and maintain a comfortable lifestyle? What are you missing in your pursuit of the creative experiences you seek? How can you balance work, art, family and stay healthy doing it all? Join the conversation and learn from your colleagues.
David J. Diamond is an artist, career coach for theatre artists, community activist and teacher. Current projects include coordinating the La MaMa International Symposium for Directors, Playwright Retreat, Residencies and Master Acting Workshops in Spoleto, Italy each summer. He serves on the Steering Committee of Theatre Without Borders and co-produced the 2010 Conference: Acting Together on the World Stage: Theatre and Peacebuilding in Conflict Zones. He serves the Advisory Boards of DNAWorks and H.E.A.T. Collective. He regularly presents workshops on Arts and Peacebuilding in the US and abroad.
He has worked with the U.S. Army as a mentor director on Army bases; served as adjudicator for the Army’s One-Act Play Competition and was a delegate to the International Theatre Institute Congress in Madrid.
Through his company, Career Coaching for Artists, David presents workshops for professionals and students, including Directing Your Theatre Career at Yale School of Drama, Brown, DePaul, National Theatre Institute, Columbia (where he is an Adjunct Professor) among others. He co-teaches a course in World Theatre at Sarah Lawrence College. He is an Adjunct Professor at Pace University. Former Executive Director of Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation, he has an M.A. from NYU in Performance Studies and B.A. from University of Illinois. www.davidjdiamond.com
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Regardless of whatever is happening at this very moment with the economy you cannot allow it to keep you without work. I'm going to tell you how you can get to back to work. You have to get some money coming in. This means you have to get work. Don't allow a few to decide you will not find work. Getting work has to be what you know will happen. Then and only then will you put in play whatever it takes to make getting work a reality. Let me tell you about days of old. We never ever felt "I'm never going to get hired". We always knew a job would be sooner rather than later. It had to be. There was not option. Not getting a job has never been an option in the social economic world of my days as an employee. I've never been jobless a moment longer than I chose to be jobless. It just wasn't an option to not get hired. These are the kinds of guts America was built on. These are the kinds of guts it takes now. If you want a thriving America you have to choose to either survive or to thrive. Find a way. Find a job that gives you a pride. Get some training if needed. Do what it takes, just go get the job you desire. Remember you will survive or you will thrive. What's your call, America?
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David Diamond answers your questions about how to have the career you want and the life you want working as a theatre artist. On this episode, we focus on working internationally. For theatre artists, these opportunities can be enlightening, enriching and fulfilling. Join special guests: Roberta Levitow (Theatre Without Borders), Jessica Litwak (H.E.A.T. Collective) and Marcy Arlin (Immigrant Theatre Project) as they share their experiences working around the world from Africa to Eastern Europe to the Middle East. CALL IN to ask questions and share your thoughts.
James Melis (Jim) is a former top CFO for many companies in New York City. His background is in finance with 20 years’ experience in four of the most difficult and heavily regulated industries: Banking, Health Services, Hospitality and Education. As a consultant, his specialty is helping companies deal with change, understand fearless financing, and maintaining a value-driven work environment. Jim has been a member of the National Association of College University Business Officers for 6 years. The association's mission is to advance the economic viability and business practices of higher education institutions in fulfillment of their academic missions. In addition, he is also the founder of the not for profit charity Making A Difference One Laugh At A Time. -- Find today’s guest @: http://jimmelis.com -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
A. Keep a positive mind. Don't give up. Whatever you do, don't give up. Don't stop til you get a job that's satisfying and rewarding.
B. Identify your personal needs and goals.
C. Make a list of your current talents and achievements.
D. Frequent careeronestop.org and decide on an occupation field that is compatible with item B and C
E. Devise a plan to sell yourself to your the interviewer. The opportunity to get interviewed rest on you being in the pilot's seat during the entire flight on your way to employment.
F. Your plan needs a well written resume for each occupation you seek and a cover letter for each resume. This method does limit your area of search, but thereby, you gain more expertise as you present yourself to each interviewer.
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Are you working unGodly hours and wondering is this all I have to look forward to? Many people start out working in their professions with the mind set that "Hardwork Pays Off". Its does in some cases but in the most cases the person who works smart will usually be more productive and happier.
This broadcast CB gives tips on how to work smart along with pointers to recognize when you are working hard, not smart.
Explore the questions you bring about how to create the artistic career that you want for yourself. Twice a month, David J. Diamond will take your questions and share news and information about what is happening in the performing arts. Our Special Guest will be consultant/agent/dramaturg MORGAN JENNESS. She will discuss her theater career and her artist/activist approach to life. Don't Miss this Extraordinary opportunity!. Your participation is key to the success of the show.
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