Since we last spoke, things have been pretty busy for me, and I wanted to share a quick update about all of the new projects I’m working on.
First up: introducing Not a Real Job, a new podcast I’m starting with my pal Joel Kelly. Not a Real Job is a sort-of-advice-podcast aimed at helping small business owners and entrepreneurs get more from their digital marketing efforts. This podcast is a bit unique because it’s a subscribers-only podcast: we charge $4 per month and $40 per year. It’s a bit of an experiment, but we’ll see how it goes. We already have 3 episodes recorded and plan to continue!
Also in podcast-land is my new podcast Wrapp Up. I use a lot of apps in my day-to-day routine, and I thought a podcast would be a fun way to share and discuss those apps. The podcast is only about 5–6 minutes per episode, so it’s easy to digest. It’s a lot of fun to record, and I plan on releasing it weekly. The first episode drops this Thursday, at wrappup.com.
I’ve also recently launched a new web project called StudioSleuth. I alluded to it a bit in my post about virtual assistants (the content was largely researched/entered by my assistant) but haven’t formally announced it. Essentially, StudioSleuth is a great way for actors to find rehearsal studios. We catalog locations, rates, contact details, and also support reviews. It’s a simple concept that I hope has legs.
And of course, there’s a lot in the hopper too. I’m sketching out a new web service for helping auditioning actors, and have a few theatrical productions I’m working on. Up next, I’ll be designing projections for Drew Gasparini at Joe’s Pub, and am co-producing a concert of Sondheim music. I’ll have more to share about the Sondheim concert soon.
P.S. I know I owe ya’ll a sequel to my post about virtual assistants. Hang tight, it’s coming.