Will Roberts talks to Shauna McClure – Hollywood Arts Council- Twitter: @Hwartscouncil
Sep29

Will Roberts talks to Shauna McClure – Hollywood Arts Council- Twitter: @Hwartscouncil

This week on WillRobertsWeeklyRadio.com : Will talks to Shauna McClure – Executive Director Hollywood Arts Council  This weeks guest on Will Roberts Weekly Telegram Radio… Shauna McClure – Executive Director Hollywood Arts Council History The Hollywood Arts Council was founded in 1978 as a grassroots membership organization open to all who believed that the arts and culture of Hollywood must play a role in the lives of residents and visitors. With more than 500 community-based members (individuals, businesses and organizations) and many successful projects, the Council has an impressive track record of service. As the only Arts Council in the city of Los Angeles, the Hollywood Arts Council offers a strong, independent voice for promoting a vibrant cultural community by empowering, facilitating and advocating for the arts. We are guided by the belief that the arts revitalize people as well as communities. CONTACT Hollywood Arts Council P.O. Box 931056 Hollywood, CA 90093 tel: (323) 462-2355 Email:  info@hollywoodartscouncil.org Facebook: HwArtsCouncil Twitter: @Hwartscouncil   The new Hollywood Arts Council membership card has a new look with membership perks. Click HERE to check out our partners and see the perks.   ________________ Right Actor, Right Job! – Brought to you by CastItTalent.com with Rachel Frawley Rachel is an actor living in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State University (with cognates in Music and Professional Writing) and is an Apprentice Company graduate from the Atlanta Shakespeare Co. She also works as an education artist for local theatres, which have included the Shakespeare Tavern and Aurora Theatre. For more information, visit her website at www.rachelfrawley.com This week:   Know When to Break the Rules—Part II Ladies and gentlemen, you may now sleep peacefully at night. The much-anticipated sequel to my previous post, “Know When to Break the Rules—Part I,” has arrived! Last time we focused on the rules of fashion—what to wear (or not) to an audition. But now I would like to move on to the audition itself. From monologue selection to its execution, creating the perfect audition package can be a source of endless agonizing. As I’m sure anyone with the barest amount of training can attest, there are endless rules that dictate the choosing, pairing and performing of audition pieces. This is perfectly understandable. When you have two minutes or less to leave the impression on which your future job depends, you want to proceed with care. And then there are times when you want to carefully flout procedure. Monologue Selection Sometimes it’s hard to even get past this stage. While sorting through plays and anthologies, the voices chatter away: “too overdone, too narrative, too recent, too old, doesn’t show my type, not enough range,” and on, and on, and on. The danger...

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Will talks to Dale Beaumont of BusinessBlueprint.com @BizBlueprint_HQ
Sep16

Will talks to Dale Beaumont of BusinessBlueprint.com @BizBlueprint_HQ

This week on WillRobertsWeeklyRadio.com : Will talks to Dale Beaumont of BusinessBlueprint.com @BizBlueprint_HQ   This weeks guest on Will Roberts Weekly Telegram Radio… For as long as we can remember we’ve been passionate about two things; Business and Education. Business because one awesome owner can positively impact the lives of hundreds of people and Education because it’s what turns failure into success. We started Business Blueprint in 2010, running courses, live events and one-on-one training for small business owners. Since then we have hosted literally hundreds of events, produced over a thousand training videos and impacted the lives of over 100,000 people in a positive way. While proud, we’re not satisfied. We know that there are still millions of business owners all around the world who struggle every day. Quite frankly, they don’t have to. On September 1st, 2015 we’re expanding worldwide and embarking on a bold new plan to change business education forever. We’re launching “The World’s First 24 Hour Small Business Channel” and we want YOU to be a big part of it. To gain access from anywhere in the world, all you need to do is click here, claim your free account and start watching. To make it easy for business owners around the world to access hundreds of hours of practical and informative small business training videos, we’ve made sure that Business Blueprint works beautifully on all smartphones, tablets and computers. Soon we’ll be available on your television too. This way there’s no excuse not to get the training you need to succeed in business. What can I expect to learn from Business Blueprint? We’re glad you asked… Do you want to unlock the next level of growth in your business? Are you working way too many hours and want your family life back? Do you want to get better at marketing so you can generate more leads? Do you need to improve your website so you can get more free traffic? Are you overwhelmed with all the things you need to do and want more focus? Do you want to learn how to better use technology to save time and money? Do you want to be inspired and learn from successful entrepreneurs everyday? If you’ve answered YES to any of these questions, then Business Blueprint is definitely for you. Your next step is to click here to claim your free account. Once you’re all signed up, we suggest you bookmark our site so that you can quickly access our content 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ________________ Right Actor, Right Job! – Brought to you by CastItTalent.com with Rachel Frawley Rachel is an actor living in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State...

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Will Roberts on ActingUpRadio.com: Will talks to Mark Baugher, Author of CBAR the western movie.
Aug24

Will Roberts on ActingUpRadio.com: Will talks to Mark Baugher, Author of CBAR the western movie.

This week with  Will Roberts on ActingUpRadio.com: Will talks to Mark Baugher, Author of CBAR the western movie.  “You’re just in time. I’ve got an extra horse saddled and waiting. I think I know where Geronimo’s cave is hidden. We’re wasting time, let’s ride!” This weeks guest on ActingUpRadio.com Mark Baugher He is a Master Farrier, and when not under a horse, is riding one, exploring the Verde River, treasure hunting in Sycamore Canyon or working on the movie C-Bar. Mark and Marcia live in a small adobe house surrounded by a guest cabin, a barn, and a horseshoeing shop. If you get out to the ranch, Marcia will answer the door with a big smile, and you’ll feel like a youngster again, asking if Mark can come out and play. You will have the time of your life CBAR The Movies Kickstarter campaign   ________________ Right Actor, Right Job! – Brought to you by CastItTalent.com with Rachel Frawley Rachel is an actor living in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State University (with cognates in Music and Professional Writing) and is an Apprentice Company graduate from the Atlanta Shakespeare Co. She also works as an education artist for local theatres, which have included the Shakespeare Tavern and Aurora Theatre. For more information, visit her website at www.rachelfrawley.com This week:   Know When to Break the Rules—Part II Ladies and gentlemen, you may now sleep peacefully at night. The much-anticipated sequel to my previous post, “Know When to Break the Rules—Part I,” has arrived! Last time we focused on the rules of fashion—what to wear (or not) to an audition. But now I would like to move on to the audition itself. From monologue selection to its execution, creating the perfect audition package can be a source of endless agonizing. As I’m sure anyone with the barest amount of training can attest, there are endless rules that dictate the choosing, pairing and performing of audition pieces. This is perfectly understandable. When you have two minutes or less to leave the impression on which your future job depends, you want to proceed with care. And then there are times when you want to carefully flout procedure. Monologue Selection Sometimes it’s hard to even get past this stage. While sorting through plays and anthologies, the voices chatter away: “too overdone, too narrative, too recent, too old, doesn’t show my type, not enough range,” and on, and on, and on. The danger is that if you only listen to the voices telling you what not to do, you won’t end up doing anything of note. The thing to remember is that most of these “rules” are general guidelines...

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MIGRAINE HEADACHES, you’d be surprised why they happen. @WillRobertsUSA
Aug06

MIGRAINE HEADACHES, you’d be surprised why they happen. @WillRobertsUSA

MIGRAINE HEADACHES   Wendy McPhail, CNC, NBCCT, FDN-P Check out Wendy’s website at: www.Nethersprings.com Instgram: @Nethersprings Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NetherspringsNutriFunction Do you have them? They are a big problem and affect millions of people. You can take drugs, but should be asking what is the root cause.   Sometimes they are caused by peanuts or eggs or dairy – food sensitivities. A food challenge test is just that – you eat the possibly offending food throughout a day – on its own, and we see what happens. Here is something interesting. I’ve had clients who were intolerant to eggs, and when they ate truly range free (pastured) eggs – chickens were not fed soy or corn – there was no food sensitivity and no headaches! So it does matter if our food is filled with antibiotics, hormones and GMO grains. Those foods create inflammation in our bodies.   DRINK WATER. One of the most common signs of headaches is the lack of drinking plain purified drinking water. Do not drink distilled, but drink a good reverse osmosis or otherwise cleansed water. 3 quarts to a gallon spread out throughout the day is very important. Do not drink with your meals. Many people are sensitive to gluten, the protein found in wheat, barley, rye, oats, and spelt. There are other chemicals (GMO grains which make that bread) and peptides in breads as well – not only gluten that can make us sick. I find that once people are bread free their lives change only for the better.   Consuming too much alcohol, sugar, flour, and starches – this type of lifestyle produces so many problems in the body. The GI tract becomes riddled with bugs – H.Pylori bacteria and Candida albicans are two that I see often. It is a great sign that the body’s many microbes in the gut are out of balance. This in turn affects the liver which cannot handle the overload and headaches along with inability to sleep (insomnia) are the result.   MAGNESIUM deficiency. At least once a month on this page I create an article on Magnesium. It is the relaxation mineral. If you’re deficient in it (over 85% of us are) you can often get headaches and migraines. I once had a client with chronic migraines who tried everything to cure them, but nothing helped. It turned out that she had a massive magnesium deficiency. She began a very high dose of magnesium, (by mouth and transdermally) and her migraines went away.   If you see your migraines every month at the onset of your cycle here are some thoughts: Balance your hormones to stop premenstrual...

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Will Roberts @WillRobertsUSA talks to Wesam Keesh @PodcastAA of The Actors Anonymous Podcast
Jul31

Will Roberts @WillRobertsUSA talks to Wesam Keesh @PodcastAA of The Actors Anonymous Podcast

This week with  Will Roberts on ActingUpRadio.com: Will talks to Wesam Keesh & Jordan Burbank of The Actors Anonymous Podcast.  The only enemy, is ourselves.” – Wesam Keesh This weeks guest on ActingUpRadio.com Actors Anonymous Podcast: is a podcast that focuses on the Los Angeles actor and the struggles and hardships as well as the success stories of those whom have worked to build an acting career in Hollywood. The goal of this podcast is to help motivate actors to keep moving forward, how to look on the bright side, and stay focused on their goals. With special guests to discuss how they have worked and what they have done to get where they are, Actors Anyonymous is made is made for the LA actor to inspire them to never give up.  Wesam Keesh “Actors Anonymous was created because I felt actors needed a resource to sustain and evolve not only their acting craft but also their business careers and personal lives. Living and working as an actor has showed me that many of my fellow artists waste away years of their lives in a state of negativity, disillusion, and unnecessary competitiveness. This needs to stop if we want to grow as artists, professionals and human beings. My goal is to create a fellowship between the true actors in this industry. We should support one another and have fun doing it. There is no competition. The only enemy, is ourselves.” -W Twitter.com/PadcastAA    Listen to the show: Click Banner.   _____________ Top of the Hour: Julie Austin – What’s in the Box – Family Buisness Twitter.com/SpeakerSponsor SpeakerSponsor.com . Here is her bio: Julie Austin is an award-winning author, inventor, futurist, innovation speaker, and member of the World Future Society. She’s an internationally known thought leader on the topic of innovation, and CEO of the consulting firm Creative Innovation Group. She’s been a keynote innovation speaker for corporations such as Procter & Gamble, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Northrop Grumman, and Cognizant Technology Solutions. She’s also been featured in the books “Patently Female” and “Girls Think of Everything”. Her patented product, swiggies, wrist water bottles, have been a NASDAQ product of the year semi finalist and are currently sold in 24 countries. Julie and her products have appeared on The Today Show, The Queen Latifa Show, HGTV, Lifetime, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX News, Inc. magazine, Fast Company, and the Wall Street Journal, along with dozens of TV shows, magazines and radio shows around the world. She’s also the CEO of Speaker Sponsor and Indie Sponsor, the only online directories for speakers and artists seeking small business sponsorship. _____________ Right Actor, Right Job! – Brought to you by CastItTalent.com with Rachel Frawley Rachel is an actor living in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A....

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