Breaking into the industry through the side door

Episode 6 – Sean Ritchie – The Walking Dead
November 14, 2014
Episode 8 – John Brennick – Hobbit/Apes 2
November 24, 2014
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Breaking into the industry through the side door


(Episode updated, had a few large gaps of silence that snuck in there!)

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How to host events, learn to network and create unique opportunities to get hired!

This episode is about how to maximize your potential of getting noticed. By thinking outside the box and creating your own opportunities. You’ve got to be in it to win it right? So take action and get out there and hustle, rather than stand still! you can go through the front door with your resume in hand and go up against a dozen other people for a position, or get ahead of the crowd by coming through the side door – by creating your own opportunities to stand out from the crowd and get noticed and favored by your target audience (your employer)!

These episodes have come out so quickly I have yet to write show notes, but I plan to do write ups on all of the past episodes. In the meantime, please do me a big favor and leave a rating on iTunes and subscribe to the podcast. This helps me know that people are watching and whether to keep producing future episodes!

Thanks guys!

Next episode interviews a great friend of mine from Weta and Digital Domain on many of his recent projects including Planet of the Apes 2 and The Hobbit 2!



  1. Nathan Alexander says:

    Once again brother! Lots of vital points paired with solid advice, makes me wanna throw an event this weekend. Thanks mang!

  2. Samuel Rainville-Bell says:

    As someone who is finishing school in 2 months, and getting my Resume ready, these podcasts are great. I have teachers who have worked with you before and I hope to have that opportunity one day. thanks Allan!! Keep it up!

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