Tag: career information

Being a Celebrity Drummer With Rich Redmond-CCTV S7

In this episode Bruce chats with celebrity drummer Rich Redmond. Rich Redmond is best known as the drummer for country star Jason Aldean, but his talents don’t stop there. He is also a professional speaker, author, studio producer, and much more. Learn what it’s… Continue Reading “Being a Celebrity Drummer With Rich Redmond-CCTV S7”

Kelly mack McCoy Featured On Cashing in on Creativity television-EP5

Bruce chats with author Kelly Mack McCoy about writing his latest novel Rough Way to the High Way and how he was able to add elements of his career as a professional truck driver i to his novel creating an interesting story. Find out… Continue Reading “Kelly mack McCoy Featured On Cashing in on Creativity television-EP5”

Cashing in on Creativity Television-EP4: Chris Hensel-Dukes of Hazzard

Chris Hensel: Jeb Duke

Chris Hensel played Jeb Duke in the Dukes of Hazzard television series popular in the 70’s and 80’s. Hensel is now making his own movies with his first production coming out early next year. Bruce chats with Chris about the process of making movies… Continue Reading “Cashing in on Creativity Television-EP4: Chris Hensel-Dukes of Hazzard”

3 Tips to Build Your Brand

Bruce speaking

Have you thought of your brand as a creative entrepreneur? My friend and personal brand coach Paul Copcutt says, “ Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.” What do people say about YOU when you’re not in… Continue Reading “3 Tips to Build Your Brand”

Cashing in on Creativity Television-EP3

Thomas Estrada

Rat Fink Artist Thomas Estrada on His Life in Animation Bruce chats with animator / illustrator Thomas Estrada on his career as an animator and artist with Dreamworks and Disney. Estrada has worked on some major films and games like Over the Hedge, Prince… Continue Reading “Cashing in on Creativity Television-EP3”

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