We had another great Get Your Show Off The Ground seminar this past weekend with a dozen more talented participants with a terrific set of projects.  I have no doubt you’ll be seeing several of ‘em on stages very soon.

A bunch of ideas hit the whiteboard during the seminar, but here are five that I thought might add some gas to your project’s tank.

  • Vanity projects are only vanity projects when they don’t work.
  • A primary part of a Producer’s job is to set deadlines.
  • Never work on just one project.  Always have another one in case the first stalls, frustrates you, or dies.
  • Like it or not, sales is a part of everything we do.
  • You’re never too young to be a Producer.  You’re never too old to be a Producer.  If you’ve got a project, you’re a Producer.

Thanks again to all the participants for sharing their passion and their projects with the group.

If you want to see some of the takeaways from previous seminars, click here.

If you are interested in the next seminars in both NYC and Chicago, click here.

 

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FUN STUFF

- The next NY Broadway Investing 101 seminar is tonight!  Get your ticket today!

- Enter to win 2 tickets to The Illusion Off-Broadway!  Click here.

- Seminars in Chicago, the weekend of July 9th.  Click here!

 

 

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2 Responses to 5 Takeaways from the GYSOTG Seminar

  1. Kevin says:

    It was GREAT and inspirational. Thanks to you and a great group of interesting people and projects.

  2. Malini says:

    Vanity projects are only vanity projects when they don’t work is the best quote I have heard in a long time.

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