Tip Sheet – December 3, 2013

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December 3, 2013 Tip Sheet










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SDT would like to welcome the following new advisors:













Friends and Advisors:



Happy holidays!! May the spirit of this special season warm our hearts and souls.   We welcome our new advisors and friends. Our global community of creative entrepreneurs continues to grow.  We are hoping to upgrade and consolidate our websites in early 2014, so please send us your updated bios by January 15thif you can. 

So many worthy causes to donate time and money to at this time of year. Please support our advisors and their good works.  Our own Foundation is trying to help a small school music and art program at PS/MS114Q.  Please try to attend our 12/15 Holiday Festival (“Bring Back The Music”) from 1-6 PM at Webster Hall. We have over 40 wonderful acts planned over the 5 hour period. The full line-up will be posted onwww.firstmondays.com by next Monday 12/9/13, but here is a preview of what to expect: 
1-3 PM : Live Music, Glee Club, Magic, Dance and Variety Acts for Young People
3-4PM:  Live Comedy
4- 6 PM:  Americana Music and Rock/Pop (with special guests)
You can buy tickets here: 
Alternatively, if you are “old school ” (like I am) and prefer to write a check, please email me to dan@firstmondays.com and I will send you the donor form.  We are still looking for volunteers and sponsors.  It will be a great afternoon. Hope to see you all there. Invite friends.
Keep the holiday spirit and keep swinging,














Advisor Announcements







  • from advisor Paula Dorf:



Dear Paula Dorf Friends and Family,


The Holidays have arrived! Happy Cyber Monday! Enter coupon code PAULAMONDAY20 and receive 20% off site wide thru December 3rd, 2013 at midnight (EST).

Also, please join us on our NEW Facebook page!  Connect with Paula Dorf Cosmetics and learn Paula’s beauty secrets, gain access to exclusive promotions, videos, and tips – for fans only. We’re also on Twitter and Pinterest

Become your own makeup artist® and spread the beauty, and the buzz…

Happy Holidays!

Much love,
Paula Dorf













  • from advisor Cheryl Schneider:



Confused About What Cloud Computing Means
to Your Business?
Get answers from the expert in a FREE



The Cloud. Mobile Device Management. BYOD. Security. Mobility. Connectivity.

Do these terms mean anything to you? Are you confused about

the latest technologies? Or maybe you’re overwhelmed by all the choices and are unsure of how to go about finding the right technologies

for your business to boost productivity and profits.

We are in the midst of the biggest change in Information

Technology since the late 1980s and early 1990s.  Laptops were introducedand used primarily for business travelers while on the road.

Today the sale of laptops outpace that of desktops and towers,

and mobile

phones and tablets purchases outpace those of laptops. Almost

everyone has at least one mobile device.

Today we have a mobile and distributed workforce. We

collaborate with clients, strategic partners, vendors, and service providers from

around the country and around the world. We expect to have

access to the Internet, and instantaneous access to information,

from wherever we are, 24 hours a day.

Fueled by advances in technology, these developments are

exciting and full of possibility and the changes are happening at

an accelerated rate. Many organizations are not prepared to

embrace these changes,

yet doing so is paramount to staying relevant in today’s


In this webinar, even the most staunch luddite will:
– get an overview of the changes that are upon us
– learn what Cloud Computing, Mobility, User vs. Device

Management, Mobile Security, Connectivity mean
– understand the position of Cloud Computing in the context of

today’s hyper-connected world
– gain insight in to how to approach technological transitions

– get help identifying the actions your organization needs to take
– learn how to get started, if you haven’t already or where to go if you have
– receive tips and resources for getting the help you need

Webinar will be held Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at noon.

Email Cheryl to register- cheryl@themacworks.com

This FREE webinar is sponsored by the Ulster County Office of

Business Services and The Mac Works, Inc.

Your presentor will be Ms. Cheryl Schnieder, CEO of the The Mac

Works, Inc., a technology consulting, service, and training

organization located in Kingston, NY. She specializes in helping

businesses and organizations implement and utilize business

technologies to achieve their organizational goals and gain a

competitive advantage in their industries. Cheryl speaks at

regional and national conferences, including CES in 2013, where

she discussed the current state of Mobile Device Management.











  • from advisor Hank Kimmel:


Dear Friends and Family,

As Board President of Working Title Playwrights, I usually work behind the scenes to make sure our main fundraising event — the 24-hour plays — is an artistic and financial success.  This year I decided to throw my hat into the ring as a writer, which means that I and a partner-to-be-determined-by-lottery will have from 10;30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. to come up with a script.  If you want to see the result of this partnership, please join us on Sunday night at OnStage Atlanta.  It’s one of the most exciting theatre events in Atlanta.  Looking forward to it, I think. More about this below.
I am involved with a few other December shows locally.  Please note:
* ONSTAGE ATLANTA (Decatur, GA): December 5-15. Thursdays8 p.m.; Saturdays 4 p.m.; Sundays 7 p.m. My new monologue Last Stab at a Lesson Plan will be included in “Merry Little Holiday Shorts.” www.onstageatlanta.com
Premise: Last Stab at a Lesson Plan: Before she calls it quits, a 5th grade teacher has one final message for her class.
* OUT OF BOX THEATRE (Marietta, GA): December 6-21, Saturdays-Sundays 10 p.m. My short piece It’s Not Such a Wonderful Life, receiving its first production, will be part of “Santa After Hours,” an avant-garde, late-night holiday offering.www.outofboxtheatre.com
Premise: It’s Not Such a Wonderful Life: George Bailey is about to end it all, and his Guardian Angel wonders if the world might actually be better off without George in this short fable about the dangers of sub-prime lending.
* SHORT ATTENTION SPAN SHORT PLAY FESTIVAL — A DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY XMAS. Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga (TN).  Dec. 5-15th.  Thursday – Saturday 7::30 p.m.;  Sunday 2:30 p.m. I will have two pieces featured — The Day Santa Ignored Us and Welcome to Our Holiday Show – both of which are becoming my most produced plays:
Premise:  The Day Santa Ignored Us:  When a Jewish mother tries to dismiss a department store Santa, she learns they have more in common than she thinks.
Premise:  Welcome to Our Holiday Show.  The MC for the school’s holiday show treads carefully not to say anything offensive to anyone.



I was just given a slot for the Dramatists Guild Friday Night Footlights for my play Unbillable Hours, which has gotten some serious re-vamping since it was last showcased..  For those in Atlanta, this is a chance to see some of my longer work — though at about an hour, the play won’t cause your hair to go gray watching it.(Maybe my hair, but not yours.) My slot is from
7- 8;30 p.m.  And there are some good restaurants in the area. You don’t have to stay for both shows.  You can leave at 8:30 p.. The reading is free and at a really cool new theatre.
I have some really good actors lined up for this — Theroun Patterson, Robin Bloodworth and top female actress to be announced.  My dear friend and colleague Bob Putnam will be helping me with the staging.   Any deficiency with the work won’t be because of the talent.













  • from advisor Tony Wilkes:



Hosted by
Kim Singleton & Tony Wilkes
Saturday, December 7, 2013
8:00pm -12:00am
Hamilton Landmark Galleries 467 West 144th Street
(Between Convent & Amsterdam) New York, New York 10031
Music by DJ Tee Ramz
Bring a new unwrapped gift to benefit the
West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc.
(Convent Avenue Family Center/Tubman Family Center)Suggested gifts Children 12 & Under: Legos, jump ropes, stuffed animals, basketballs, footballs,
hoola hoops, board games, coloring books, Black History books, crayons, markers, hats, scarves, gloves, ear muffs, long johnsTeenagers: Food gift cards (McDonalds, Burger King, Subway), clothes gift cards (Gap, Target, Old Navy, American Eagle), books
RSVP by Friday, December 6th to info@singsing2000.com













  • from advisor Nicole Johnson:





M.O.V.E. is a non profit organization that provides artists with platforms for community service through art and production. We strive to provide artists with the resources that they need to present creative events and projects that will benefit their community. With chapters in New York, Florida, Texas, Wisconsin, California, Liberia and China we seek to make a global impact creating socially responsible artistry all around the world. We truly are a family of artists on a mission and we need YOUR help! See the invitation below.


Holiday Party Info

M.O.V.E. members in New York recently recieved a call from M.O.V.E. members in Texas asking for our support and assistance in fundraising. In an effort to help our brothers and sisters in Texas, New York M.O.V.E Members are hosting a Holiday Party and Fundraiser THIS SUNDAY NIGHT!!!! Please join the M.O.V.E. family for a night of desserts, music, performances and holiday fun as we raise funds to assist other M.O.V.E. members across the nation.


DATE: Sunday December 8th
LOCATION: Ripley Grier Studios 520 8th Avenue
TIME: 7:30-10:00 PM
DONATION: $10.00 Donation

If You Can’t Make It To The Party

If you can’t make it to the Holiday Party, but you are still interested in donating to our effort, please visit our donation link. Thank you so much for your support, we really appreciate it.









Javanna Productions & Aim 4 Glory Inc.

Date: December 14th, 2013Time: 7:30 Location: Hampton Suites & Convention Center1700 Rodeo Drive Mesquite, TX 75419





In an effort to inform church communities about a new low cost educational membership, Javanna Productions and Aim 4 Glory Ministries is presenting an acapella song group and artist Praise Party! Your hearts will be uplifted with the sweet sounds of acapella music and together we will praise and fellowship in the name of the Lord. All funds raised at the Praise Party will be donated to Freedom University, a low-cost online education program for those seeking a depth free higher education. The membership provides opportunity for spiritual awakening through education and gives students the necessary tools to become effective in a variety of industries.










  • from advisor Dan Schneider:


Our entire 12/15 Holiday Benefit (Bring Back the Music) will be streamed live on gander.tv:

Webster Hall – The Marlin Room – The “I Can Still Do That” Foundation 12/15 1PM-6PM














Support our next 32 …

with $32

YoungArts is proud to celebrate 32 years of identifying

and supporting the nation’s next generation of young

artists. YoungArts winners represent a dynamic group of


who go on to become leading professionals in their

fields. Alumni are Oscar, Grammy, Emmy and Tony award nominees, and include Kerry Washington, Adrian Grenier, Max Schneider, Doug Aitken, Chris Young and others.

Your contribution of $32 or more is an investment in

the next generation of young artists!

Give Miami Day makes your gift go even further. The

Miami Foundation will match a portion of donations of

$25 or more made before 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday,

November 20th. Your gift is tax-deductible and will help

us provide these programs to more students in years to


Support the future with YoungArts!

See this year’s YoungArts National Winners during

YoungArts Week January 6-12, 2014.

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Leaping Student




In an effort to raise money for its tuition-free school, Ballet Tech is participating in the CrowdRise Holiday Challenge. There are 2 easy things you can do to make this fundraising campaign a success.


1. Make a modest contribution (or a big one if you prefer).We’re encouraging everyone to contribute $11 which will cover the cost of auditioning one child. That $11 can make a huge impact. When we audition at a public elementary school in New York City, many of the participating kids have never heard of ballet. We provide an essential introduction, which gives the kids a chance to explore their own potential.

2. Encourage your friends, relatives, colleagues, associates, and maybe that guy who serves your morning coffee to also contribute.

Not only will your gift fuel a diverse new generation of dancers, you will put Ballet Tech in good standing to win cash prizes from craigconnects and free press from The Huffington Post.


Click here to contribute: http://www.crowdrise.com/BalletTechAuditions. And please share this link with your friends and neighbors, etc.










  • from advisor Alexa Heller:



Hey guys, It’s Alexa here.

Just wanted to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving! I am Thankful for you all!
Top secret news! (I haven’t posted it on Social Media yet)
My next performance is 12/15 at Webster Hall in NYC
& I am coming to the fabulous SOUTH FLORIDA to perform  December 19th at The Westfield Mall for The Make a Wish Foundation at 7pm sharp! (So save the date if you are one of my Floridians or happen to be in the Fabulous sunshine state.)
More details to come!
I’ll leave you with this video: Click here!
Sending Light,



  • from advisor Dustin Bankcroft:



Hey everyone! Please watch our 30 second commercial NOW and help us get it aired during the next Superbowl by giving it a 5-star rating!!!

Thank you so much for your time!


– filmmakers, cast & crew : )

Bold Dude – Alexander George
Best Friend – James Herda
Hottest Woman Ever – Laura Ashley
Coolest Guy Ever – Seth Kuhlmann
Bear Guy – David Ferrugio

Produced by Dustin Bancroft & Fernando Buitrago

Cinematography by Gerald Rojo II
Edited & Post Sound by Nash R Cubero Jr.
Written & Directed by Albert Sam Nunez









  • from advisor Mary Anne Erickson:
















  • from advisor Autumn Bailey:






Georgia Entertainment Gala Jan 11th Tickets on sale now at
Get Connected will be Dec 12th   6-11 PM at The Porter Sanford Center-3181 Rainbow Drive, Decatur, Georgia 30034 (does not have ATM so please have cash for drinks, and entry!!)














  • from advisor Ellen Wolf:







I would not be who I am without all of you. And for that I am grateful to each and every one of you for being who you are.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

RISING WATERS: Photographs of Sandy

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Museum of the City of New York

Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy is on view at the Museum of the City of New York located on Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street., until March 2, 2014.

I am grateful and honored to be included. You can see my photo, [shown above] Kitchen: Belle Harbor, there.

More than 900 photographers submitted more than 10,000 photos! I hope you have an opportunity to visit MCNY and see the show.
Click on the image above to visit the MCNY website.
And click on these words to visit my Facebook page to read some of the press coverage.

Contact Ellen
516-551-1745 or 212-879-1434
Click on the header to visit the blog.

  • from advisor Neeco Palmer:



Property for sale:

It is in the Jamaica Hills area near Hillside Ave., which is very much sought after. Properties sell very quickly here, especially if they are well appointed and priced attractively. Vacant land in this area is very scarce. The land is R6A zoned and comes complete with survey and architectural plans.

Listed below is a link to properties for sale that may be of interest to you. Click on the link to view the properties. This link will be active for a two-week period.
Neeco Palmer
Exit Alliance Realty












  • from advisor Dolly Tanpinco:





Thanks to all who donated to the Philippines after our recent tragedy.

The ABSCBN foundation is the best and most solid charity with a center in California.  I sent our family contribution to them because in addition to immediate relief for food and medicals, they are also raising funds for the reconstruction of the totally devastated areas.  It is a private company and the largest media conglomerate serving filipino communities worldwide.
So proud to have friends who care,
God bless all











  • from advisor Karl Berger:



Dear Friends of Creative Music,





We are glad to report that the Creative Music Studio is back in full force, making a huge difference in the lives of musicians and people who love music.  In its 40th year, CMS created and produced more programming than it has in over two decades! And the feedback we continue to receive is astounding. Several workshop participants reported that it didn’t only change their music; they said, “It changed my life,” and many returned to attend the second workshop.  Others called playing in the Improvisers Orchestra ‘the thrill of a lifetime.’  Nearly all agree that our work is indispensible in this era where great musicians are graduating universities and conservatories but need a place to develop their own unique voice in their compositions, interpretations and improvisations.

In just the past year, CMS has:

·      conducted two four-day intensive workshops in upstate New York

·      performed 16 concerts in New York City with our Improvisers Orchestra   (over 60 concerts since 2011)

·      been featured in international media articles (New York Times, The Wire (UK))

·      completed a dozen interviews with CMS Guiding Artists as part of our CMS Oral History Program

·      digitized 250  hours of recorded concerts from the CMS Archive Project for the Columbia University Library which is housing the CMS Archive

·      launched a financially-successful Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign  for Archive recordings

·      produced several videos documenting the workshops and the Improvisers Orchestra performances

·      conducted numerous rhythm and voice workshops domestically and abroad

·      co-produced a small ensemble music series, “Sketches of Sound” in Woodstock, NY

·      began production of a series of compact disc box sets, The Creative Music Studio Archive Selections Series,  that will feature highlights from the CMS Archive Project.

We accomplished all this without any significant fuel in our financial tank. Luckily, we’ve been graced by a volunteer army that’s trying mightily to get everything done; webmasters, producers, sound engineers, Orchestra musicians, and video editors. Even our executive staff has generously donated thousands of hours to further the Creative Music Foundation’s mission and vision.

In 2014 we aim to build on the present momentum to accomplish even more. But we cannot do this without an operating budget and financial plan. That’s where you come in. Please help us continue to reinvigorate the Creative Music Foundation and its Creative Music Studio programs.  It’s especially urgent that we raise funds to complete digitizing our impressive Archive of recorded music. CMF is working with HatchFund to fundraise for the CMS Archive Project. You can learn more about it and make a tax-deductible contribution at: http://www.hatchfund.org/project/creative_music_studio_archive_restoration_project

If support for the Archive is not of interest, then please consider making a year-end donation to the Creative Music Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.  With your help, we can reach more people with more programs and more music. As always, you can donate online (www.creativemusicfoundation.org) or simply send a check to Creative Music Foundation, PO Box 671, Woodstock, NY 12498.  Thank you.

In music,
Karl Berger, Artistic Director









  • from advisor Jan Freeman:


Paris Press is generating warmth in Ashfield by securing a program that is dear to the Press’s heart: the Eleanor Lazarus Educational Outreach Initiative. The Press’s goal is to raise $50,000 for the Lazarus Initiative in the next six months. Please make the Lazarus Initiative a resounding success.


Honorary board member Ellie Lazarus (1947-2013) enthusiastically supported Paris Press’s educational programs. She was a strong advocate for using art and literature to teach the humanities. For two decades, Ellie directed the Museum School at The DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, where she encouraged teachers in the summer camp to instruct children about cultures around the world through visual art and music.


Ellie’s vision dovetailed with Paris Press‘s unique commitment to bringing groundbreaking and overlooked women’s literature to the public through book publication and educational outreach. The Lazarus Initiative will expand the Press’s community programing, including workshops, teacher training, readings, discussions, and conferences. Forthcoming Study and Readers Guides for Paris Press books include Virginia Woolf’s On Being Ill with Notes from Sick Rooms by Julia Stephen, reaching literature audiences as well as healthcare providers in patient-centered care.


The Lazarus Initiative received its first grant from theMassachusetts Humanities Foundation for “Reading and Writing Through Illness” programs in senior centers, senior residences, and cancer support groups. On December 5 at NYU School of Law, the Paris Press Lazarus Initiative will co-sponsor “Muriel Rukeyser‘s Centenary: A Life in Poetry” with discussions about Rukeyser’s contribution to literature, human rights, and the arts, and readings from The Life of Poetry by Jen Benka, Kate Clinton, Carol Gilligan,  Gerald Stern, Rachel Eliza Griffiths, and a surprise guest.


In this time of severe budget cuts, reduced foundation support, and decimated arts and literature programs in public schools, Paris Press relies on you to enable its educational programs and honor Ellie Lazarus’s passion for integrating literature and the arts into our communities.


Please contribute to the Lazarus Initiative as generously as possible. We welcome your participation, as well as your financial support.


With immense gratitude,

Jan Freeman, Director











  • from advisor Rob Schulze:





Here’s the latest great news from France – I just posted it on Twitter and Facebook and put the word out to our industry allies too!
“In Your Place” by Immune is now airing on another French radio station! La Grosse Radio has joined Littoral FM and Radio Vallespir in France and 5FM in South Africa on the list of stations playing us. They even asked us to record an on air greeting in French – check it out! It translates as “This is Immune on La Grosse Radio”.
You can listen to/stream us on La Grosse online and request us at the following links:
Thanks as always for your support!







  • from advisor Shem Cohen:



Hi Everyone,

Just posted a brief slide deck onto slideshare re: Keys to Family Business Success – http://www.slideshare.net/shemcohen/keys-to-family-business-success#!

If you think it warrants it, click a ‘like’… and/or share with anyone who might find value.  If you have feedback, all input is invited and welcome!

Warm Regards,


Shem Cohen

Change Events, Inc.

Helping People Create Exceptional Outcomes










  • from advisor Robert Goldman:




some neat stuff last few months.
Link to pixs from Movie Premiere with pals Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sly Stallone:
Link to pixs from 67th World Bodybuilding Championships in Morocco North Africa:
Link to pixs from amazing china and bali events:
Link to pixs from 2013 Mr Olympia weekend:
Link to pixs from 2013 Strongman Awards ceremony:
Finally, we have our 21st World Congress on Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine in Las Vegas Dec 13-15 so let me know if you keen to attend so i can arrange VIP comp registration for you.


WHN Vegas Landing Page, at:

Vegas, at:










  • from advisor Loren Ellis:


I have a hospital bed I am giving away. in excellent condition, with mattress, clean, just that part of the motor for the head part doesn’t work, but the bars do and on wheels. if you can put the word out, to First Monday group too, that would be great ! pickup in Staten Island.

all the best,
Loren xo



Studio: W. 50th St. Manhattan
(212) 946-1160


















  • from advisor Cambiz Khosravi:

I’m writing to let you know about ‘IRAN & EYE’.

Take a moment to check it out on Indiegogo and also share it with your friends. All the tools are there. Get perks, make a contribution, or simply follow updates. If enough of us get behind it, we can make ‘IRAN & EYE’ happen!


The first campaign is live!  See it here: http://wefb.it/ncV2k2  Click on “Inspire,” then comment and share, click on like and spread the link widely.









  • from advisor Deborah Jean Templin:














  • from advsior Martin Jacobson:




Friends and Family:
Picture below of Mamadou Dione and Jethro Dede ( current player )  at a dinner honoring Mamadou as the “Youth of the Year” for St. Vincent Services group homes.  Mamadou is on his way to completing a degree in Civil Engineering.  A long way from being homeless and playing at MLK a few years back. Part of the St. Vincent American Dream Program, Mamadou became an American Citizen last Spring.
I was so moved and humbled and surprised when Mamadou singled me out and thanking me  ( he was part of our King Family and Championship Teams in 2006 / 2007 ) at the annual St. Vincent dinner at the Waldorf Astoria attended by hundreds of patrons and donors last night. 
Knowing that you helped somebody is the greatest feeling in the world and I had to share this with a few folks…….Happy Thanksgiving.              












  • from advisor Sharon Rich:







Extend your gratitude beyond thanksgiving.
People who have a daily gratitude practice make more progress toward their goals.

An 8-year research project at UC Davis shows
that practicing gratitude also improves
health, relationships, academic performance, energy,
the ability to deal with crisis,
and much more.

Sounds like a recipe for growth.

ThinkBusinessGrowth wishes you and yours
much to be grateful for this holiday season
and beyond.

Want to start a growth-oriented gratitude practice and don’t know how to get going? Drop me a line.











  • from advisor Jamie Turndorff:




Thanks so much for letting your list know about my Hay House book, Kiss Your Fights Good-bye.

Kiss Your Fights Good-bye is of tremendous value-who doesn’t need help in resolving the inevitable conflicts that arise with friends, families and co-workers!

Anyone who pre-orders on Amazon in the next week, will receive my free gift: Seven Secrets to Lasting Love.

Here’s the Amazon order page: http://www.amazon.com/Kiss-Your-Fights-Good-bye-Relationship/dp/1401945333
After ordering, go to this page to claim the gift: askdrlove/













  • from advisor Sabrina Abitbol:


I am excited to let you know that we finally launched our new site! – www.SpiffySociety.com


We are offering prescription glasses and sunglasses for only $95 and $135, respectively, shipping included.


At this point, we are only working with single vision prescriptions, but progressive lenses are in the near future. We are also selling the sunglasses without prescriptions.


Since it is difficult to purchase a frame without trying it on first, we eliminated this concern by offering two try-on options:


1. A virtual try-on. As long as you have a webcam, you can try on the frames online. Very cool technology!


2. At home try-on. You select 3 frames that you would like to try. We send them to you free of charge. You try them on and then return all three, again free of charge. You would them place your order online for the style that you liked best.


Also, we are the first in the industry to offer a peace of mind warranty. Whether you break, scratch, or lose your frame, we will replace it…no questions asked.


We would love to send you and Max a couple of frames/sunglasses. Just go on the site and let me know what frames you like and your prescription (if you would like them to be Rx).


Also, if you and Max can help me spread the word, let your friends and family know and maybe tweet about the site and frames, it would be so greatly appreciated and helpful. I am trying to spread the word as much as possible 🙂


Enjoy this festive time!

















  • from advisor Lisa Gold:



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Be Thankful – You never know what the next moment brings.
Be Thankful –  For what we have as a community, despite the things we don’t like.
Be Thankful –  For the health you have, because someone else has it worse.
Be Thankful –  For having great people in your life.

To Your Success,


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Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday
You know what all of these days have in common?  SALES, of course!  I don’t know how the holiday of Thanksgiving turned into such a big “sales blowout” with people camping on sidewalks in freezing weather to be able to buy a big screen TV for $4, but hey, who am I to argue?
Over the next several days I’ll be offering “stupid” pricing on some of my most favorite online courses, productivity/inspirational tools and private coaching. For actors, I offer the best guidance available for you to attain your dreams AND be thankful along the way!
Make sure you check back over the next few days to take advantage of the bounty of knowledge, power and freedom that is available by ACTing outside of the box.
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Did you see the pictures?
It was a first!  It was a bit scary.  I didn’t know if it would actually “turn out”.  But in the end, the premiere Industry Showbiz Mixer in Los Angeles was an amazing success!  We had upwards of 65+ people including an Emmy winning producer, a reality show mucky muck, several writers, a casting director sooo beautiful, she should cast herself as a star, fabulous vendors who gave away tremendous actor related prizes, and of course best of all – ACTORS who have been waiting for an event like this!
It was, and is, my distinct honor to host these parties and I can’t wait for the next one.  In NEW YORK, catch our holiday party on December 10th at Gossip.  And we’ll be back in LA for our next soiree in late January.  CLICK HERE for PICS.
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