How to Network Painlessly Even If You’re an Introvert

How to Network Painlessly Even If You’re an Introvert

The business side of Show Business can be tough for writers, because I know many of you are introverts. But networking is a necessity if you want to have a successful career.

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How to Create a Killer Personal Pitch That Will Help You Sell Your Project

How to Create a Killer Personal Pitch That Will Help You Sell Your Project

Even before you start pitching your project, the buyer is deciding if they want to be in business with you. Even though writers  hate to hear this, you have to sell yourself before you can sell your project.

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4 Ways to Start a Script that a Reader Can’t Put Down

4 Ways to Start a Script that a Reader Can’t Put Down

It’s heartbreaking, but it’s true: many decision makers (agents, producers, and executives) will decide if a writer is good or a project is compelling after reading only the first ten pages of a script. And in TV, it could be as little as the first threepages. This is why the beginning of your script is so important: its life or death often depends on its first few pages. 

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