An unexpected opportunity leads to an unexpected win.
An unexpected job interview provides an opportunity to over think ASD in the workplace.
Going back to work in-person actually seems to help.
Starting a new TV series job this week. Pushing the reset button on routines.
Or so they tell me… They keep telling me, write what you know. Which I sort of knew, but don’t, and seems easy to do, but isn’t. What do I know? I know how to be a perpetual outsider who looks like he’s not. Be nice. Go along. Get ignored. Fall through the cracks. BustContinue reading “Write What You Know”
Working a Saturday and looking at some of the elements of both. I ended up working another Saturday on this HBO Max comedy series. This is not unusual towards the end of a season when you’re trying to keep a schedule and make deadlines. It does wear you out after a while, but that’s somehowContinue reading “Worn Out vs. Burned Out”
Managing some unexpected extra work.
Maybe something positive comes out of the pandemic shutdown.
Not As Much Fun As It Sounds This week I was required to do an online Harassment Prevention Training course. This is ongoing entertainment industry fallout from Harvey Weinstein’s behavior and the #MeToo era. I suppose it’s partly to train us on expected behaviors, but it’s also a CYA move from the studios so theyContinue reading “Harassment Prevention Training”
Thoughts on time management in the workplace, working to your strengths and working from home in a pandemic.