Casting Director Terry Berland On Breaking Into Commercials

Terry Berland, a Los Angeles-based award-winning casting director with over 25 years of experience, dishes about the casting process, what she looks for in talent, how commercials can fit into your overall acting career, and how to break in, whether you’re a new actor or seasoned theatre, film or television actor.

Terry casts for on-camera television, voice-over, animation, video games, hosting, theatre and films. Her casting awards include a Clio, The Houston International Film Festival, Art Director’s Club, Addy, and the International Film and Television Festival. She is known for casting legions of commercials throughout the years that have given many actors work including, Apple IPod Nano, Nike, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, Taco Bell (voice of the Chihuahua), Mercedes, Nike, Discover Card, Pepsi, VW, Comcast and HP, to name a few. Terry’s background as head of casting for Madison Avenue giant BBDO/NY has lent to her deep understanding and involvement in the advertising industry.

Terry is the coauthor of the #1 best-selling book, “Breaking Into Commercials”, which you can purchase on Amazon here:  https://www.amazon.com/Breaking-into-Commercials-Marketing-Auditioning-ebook/dp/B00JU9QYIE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502576841&sr=8-1&keywords=breaking+into+commercials

Terry is an industry blog writer for Casting Networks (The Networker) and Industry voice-over expert Blog Writer for Back Stage.

For more information about Terry and her upcoming workshops, visit:

www.berlandcasting.com

workshops.berlandcasting.com

 

Transitional Life Coach Randi Levin On Pivoting In Your Life and Creating Your Legacy

Transitional Life Coach and Reinvention Expert Randi Levin joins NOTHING OFF LIMITS this week to talk about pivoting in your life and creating your legacy.

Our discussion includes:

– ways to transform and redefine your life at any moment
– effectively dealing with change
– dealing with fears of failure or success
– practicing self-love and self-acceptance
– giving yourself credit for lessons learned or past mistakes
– letting go of what “should’ve” happened
– determining what’s next and making choices, and
– how to create (and recreate) your legacy

For more information about Randi and her services, please visit www.randilevincoaching.com

Also, be sure to check out her Reinvention Summit – 5 hours of valuable, inspiring content for just 79 bucks!

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Jessica J On Dirty Talk!

Jessica J, a former therapist turned sex and dating coach and founder of Level Up Seduction, joins NOL to share tips for men on how to use dirty talk to really turn your woman on and keep her satisfied.

Some things we discuss:

1. How to get comfortable talking dirty
2. The importance of WHAT and WHEN you say something
3. The importance of HOW you say something
4. Why a woman might *not* be responding to you, whether it’s a new partner or a long-term relationship
5. Some ideas on things to say to get a woman in the mood

I love this episode! It’s fun, lively and we curse a lot! While it’s mostly for the guys out there, the ladies will benefit as well!

For more info on her coaching and group programs, please visit:
www.levelupseduction.com

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Dr. Rhoberta Shaler On Identifying and Dealing with Passive Aggressive People

Dr. Rhoberta Shaler, The Relationship Help Doctor, returns to NOL to talk about Passive Aggressive people. She shares the 6 main ways to identify this type of difficult person via hallmark behaviors. Examples include giving you the silent treatment, playing the victim or procrastinating. These people are frustrating! You will learn the differences between passive aggressive people and full-blown Hijackals (Dr. Shaler’s trademarked term for what most people label Narcissists), and after listening to this episode, you will walk away with great tips on how to effectively deal with them at work or in a relationship.  Empowering!

For more information, please visit www.ForRelationshipHelp.com or Hijackals.com or PassiveAggressiveChecklist.com

Also, be sure to check out her radio show at https://bbsradio.com/relationshiphelpshow

Performing Artist Colette Von On Owning Your Talents

Los Angeles-based performing artist Colette Von joins the show this week to advocate owning your uniqueness and embracing your talents.  In this lively discussion, we chat about the importance of the arts and Colette’s passion for volunteer work, as well as her upcoming album, her forthcoming musical appearance and personal art display at 2017’s Echo Park Rising festival, and her prolific work with a variety of volunteer and advocacy groups. Don’t miss this episode, as it will inspire you to do good for yourself AND others.  Colette also graces us with her awesome voice when she sings a verse and chorus from a song on her upcoming album, “Faces and Places”.

Please connect with Colette to stay in touch with her music and art openings on Instagram @holycoly or on Facebook under Colette Von.

Enjoy!

Kathryn LaBarbera On Changing Your Relationship With Money

Small business consultant, sales trainer and life coach Kathryn LaBarbera joins the show this week to talk about money.  We discuss the emotional burden of money, why money is so tough for some people to discuss, how money affects our relationships, and how to change the energy around and our relationship with money.

Walk away with actionable tips!

If you’re interested in working with Kathryn either 1:1, as a couple or in a workshop, please connect with her on Facebook by searching on “Success By Design”.

Christine Baumgartner Shares Tips For Relationship Repair

Christine Baumgartner, dating and relationship expert, joins NOL for a second time to help you figure out if your relationship is worth repairing (and how to do it),  or if it’s time to move on.

Christine offers a free consultation for anyone seeking assistance with their relationship.  Visit her website at www.theperfectcatch.com

In this episode, we discuss:

  1.  The biggest mistakes people make when entering a new relationship
  2. Christine’s views on chemistry
  3. How to trust your instincts and identify red flags
  4. How to reduce doubt in a relationship
  5. How to ask for what you need without putting your partner on defense
  6. How to handle friends who do not support the relationship
  7. Whether or not it’s a good idea to take “time off” from the relationship while you’re having problems

…and much more!

Michael Roderick On the Importance of Connectors

Michael Roderick, founder of Small Pond Enterprises and Connecting Connectors Conference (ConnectorCon) and co-host of the Access To Anyone Podcast, joins NOL this week to discuss the importance of connectors.  Think this show is about networking?  Think again, as Michael shares the huge differences between a true connector and a traditional networker, and why even the most connected people might remain in obscurity if they don’t know how to connect effectively…while others will become icons.

Michael generously shares details about the “Connector’s Path”, a 6 step process to take to take your business (and life) to a new level.  Learn how to determine what you are trying to accomplish as a goal and cultivate the right message that will get passed along and compel others to take action.  Don’t miss this episode – it’s chock full of information and takeaways that could really make a difference in the way you approach your business going forward.

For more information about Michael and his consulting services for solopreneurs, intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs, visit www.smallpondenterprises.com 

Business Coach Nicole Liloia On the Realities of Entrepreneurship

This week on NOL, business coach Nicole Liloia talks about how to know if you’re truly ready for the entrepreneur life. We discuss the realities of starting your own business and how to achieve success…without added stress.

Included topics: the personality traits of a typical entrepreneur, how to manage your workload, mistakes new entrepreneurs make, how to determine what you need to outsource or do yourself, the truths about the laptop lifestyle, and much more!

For more information about Nicole and her services, please visit www.nicoleliloia.com

Michael Schein of MicroFame Media On the Power of Hype

Michael Schein,CEO of MicroFame Media, joins NOL to discuss the power of hype in marketing, and how we can learn effective strategies from people like propaganda artists, con artists, cult leaders and more. It’s a very interesting discussion that will surely change the way you approach your personal brand or company’s marketing.

About Michael:

Michael is the CEO of MicroFame Media, a content marketing and strategy agency that turns consultants into thought leaders when they don’t have the time or expertise to make it happen on their own. He has created or facilitated the production of content for companies such as eBay, The Medici Group, LinkedIn, Abila, TESLA, Inc., SEER Interactive, Interiors by Steven G., Magento, Vitalyst, Intellect, Arise Virtual Solutions, and Citrix.

Michael graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with Honors and got his start at Spin the Bottle, the production company behind VH1 hit show Pop Up Video. He also created, ran, and moderated the New York Tech Alliance’s Interactive Marketing panel series and writes a weekly column for Inc., as well as regularly contributing to Fortune and Huffington Post. He is also the co-host of the popular podcast Access to Anyone.

For more information about Michael and his company, please visit: microfamemedia.com

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