Fitness In Post
About This Show
Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We spend thousands of dollars on top-of-the-line hardware and thousands of hours mastering state-of-the-art software, but now it’s time to invest in ourselves.
Most Recent Episode
Ep107 Q&A: Finding an Agent, Should You Pursue Your Passion, and the Danger of Devaluing Your Rate to Land Your Next Gig
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This episode is yet another installment of the Q&A series with my trusty sidekick Natalie Boschan. In this episode we discuss the psychology behind pursuing your passion as opposed to just getting the job done, we chat about the dangerous and slippery slope of devaluing yourself just to land the next gig, we talk about ways to stay active while traveling, and we also addressing the giant question many editors and creative professionals in the film industry face: Do I need an agent, and if so, how the heck do I get one?Topics of Conversation:Zack's childhood introduction to video editingHow to know if you need an agentNatalie's high school video work and how she learned she loved to editUnderstanding what agents can and can't do for your careerLearning to work strategically with your agentHow to know if you're cut out for the film industryThe problem with making movies for less moneyDealing with executives and learning how to price your workStaying moving while on long tripsPreparing healthy food to eat while travellingUseful Links:Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HEREFiP Question SubmissionDealing With BurnoutGas Station Health Picture 1Gas Station Health Picture 2Gas Station Health Picture 3Show Credits:This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by