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How do I make it big time in Hollywood showbiz?

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Joseph Michael’s Answer

This applies to show business and many other fascists of life. Proximity is power. The closer you put yourself to the light the more energy and opportunities will be available. Volunteer to get on sets for tv shows, movies, music videos. Offer to be GRIP or a PA (producer's assistant), learn a practical skill for the industry like videography, video editing, and acting. Develop your writing and public speaking skills. Publish your content on your preferred social media outlet or create a website for yourself. You are capable of all of this, just not all at once. Be willing to be create consistently and believe that you will be connected with the right type of people to support you and for your to pour into. Build a community of people who have similar ambitions and connect them all together. You can be the link for talent and leverage that to make your visions come to life.





A Grip is responsible for setting up, rigging, and striking lighting equipment on set. They are also responsible for keeping equipment organized, and sometimes equipment maintenance.
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Carl’s Answer

Hi Voc. Thank you for your question. It really depends on the organization you work for. If you own your own bakery, you would either have to be ok with closing your store when you decide to take time off or have multiple bakers on staff that can cover for you. If you work for a big corporation, let's say Publix, more than likely vacation time will be included in your benefits package. Of course, there are pros and cons to working for a large corporation versus a small one. Yes, you may have time off but may have less creativity in your projects. I hope this gives you some idea of what to expect from a career as a baker. By no means am I an expert but I'll give you some "next steps" that should give you some more insight into a career as a baker.

Carl recommends the following next steps:

Go to Publix.com and see if there are job listings for bakers. Look specifically at their benefits package to see if they include vacation time.
Visit Glassdoor.com and look up various restaraunts in your area. For example, The Cheesecake Factory. This website will also give you insight in terms of paid time off.
Find smaller bakeries and contact them. Tell them you are interested in learning about a career as a baker.
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