Signing with a new agent doesn’t mean that suddenly you can sit back and watch top-level bookings arrive on a silver platter. While a good agent should be advocating diligently for you out in the industry, they’re technically only required to get you an appointment that matches your professional experience once every 90 days.
That can mean a lot of downtime.
So, do you just sit around and wait? No way!
There are still important tasks that you need to be doing on a regular basis to provide your agent with the information they need to do their job.
In this week’s #SignWithAnAgent video, Acting and Career Coach Ethan Paulini explains why an agent only makes 10% and what your responsibilities are once you’re signed to ensure a healthy, working relationship with your new representation.
So now that you have your checklist of responsibilities, you may need some help putting a system in place to keep up with everything. Mention “Elise” when booking your first coaching session with Ethan, and you'll get the discounted price of just $20.17. It's a special deal just for our community.
You can connect with Ethan at www.ethanpaulini.com/acting-coach, firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 903-3546. And find him on social media at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Don’t forget, I’m hosting a Facebook Live this Wednesday, June 14 at 6PM EDT / 3PM PDT where I’ll be making a special announcement about how you could score some free coaching this summer. You won’t want to miss it!
This video is Part 4 of our 5-part #SignWithAnAgent video series with Ethan Paulini. You can check out Part 1, 2 and 3 here.
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