In the works

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.

Thanks for tuning in, as always. Be sure to follow me on Twitter if you don’t already (you probably do) and as always you can email me with questions, comments, concerns, or leads on free food.

P.S. I know I owe ya’ll a sequel to my post about virtual assistants. Hang tight, it’s coming.

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