Money Management For Actors -- Free Upcoming TeleSeminar / Webcast

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Fill the gap between acting schools and acting careers with valuable, practical financial information specifically designed for actors.

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The number one reason people give up on their acting careers is money! Countless actors spend all their energy working dead-end jobs that barely pay the bills, and end up broke, disillusioned and unable to keep going.

"I thought being an artist meant starving, struggling and having a legitimate excuse for not paying bills on time." -- C.B.

Miata Edoga, President of Abundance Bound, Inc, is excited to announce a new teleseminar/webcast called "The Artist's Prosperity System," aimed at exploding the "starving artist" stereotype. This hour and a quarter event will take place on Wednesday, March 26, at 4 p.m. Pacific, and provides people who sign up at http://www.abundancebound.com/teleseminarsignuppage.htm with financial tricks, tips and concepts that they can apply right away! The call will also be recorded and sent to everyone who registered via email, so that, even if people miss it live, they can still benefit from the information provided at their leisure.

Coping with the financial stress of pursuing an acting career can be exhausting. A lack of consistent professional work, combined with the fluctuating income from "survival jobs", means that very few actors ever get a handle on their finances. The general attitude is "I'll learn about money when I get my big break," instead of facing the reality that learning to handle money now dramatically increases the chances of getting that break at all!

Here is some of what is covered in this exciting and interactive call:

  • What acting schools should be teaching about being a professional actor -- and mostly aren't.
  • The mistake that could cost you thousands of dollars in taxes -- and how to avoid it.
  • Why it is crucial to your success to run your acting career as a business.
  • How to form an effective debt elimination plan.
  • Why people have the "starving artist" mindset -- and how to beat it.

Attendees will also have the ability to ask questions live, so that they can address specific concerns right then and there. Those that listen to the download after the call can email and set up consultations with Abundance Bound coaches if they have questions.

"These types of life skills are not taught in college or art school. They should be -- but they aren't. Now Abundance Bound fills the gap." -- K. U.

The skills and techniques taught by Abundance Bound, Inc, are essential for anyone pursuing an acting career (or any career in the arts), from those still in acting school, through to seasoned professionals. Having a solid financial base is an integral part of having a long term acting career. People who sign up for this free teleseminar/webcast at http://www.abundancebound.com/teleseminarsignuppage.htm will be taking a significant step down the path to financial independence.

Miata also publishes "Financial Tips for Actors and Artists," a free electronic newsletter that gives subscribers excellent financial and career advice on a weekly and monthly basis. Sign up for the newsletter at http://www.abundancebound.com where you can also download the free CD "The Wealthy Artist," and claim your free report "51 Ways to Achieve Prosperity," both specifically geared towards tackling the unique challenges faced by actors as they pursue their creative careers. She also blogs at http://abundancebound.blogspot.com/ Contact Miata at 800-768-0281 or miata@abundancebound.com

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