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The Freelancer’s Guide to Building a “Dynamic Workstation On the Go”

On a normal day I spend a minimum of 12 hours in front of a computer, on a busy day upwards of 16. Maybe it was 4 years of living & breathing Michael Westen while editing Burn Notice that inspired me to figure out a way to hack my surroundings like a super spy, or perhaps it’s just sheer survival instincts given that I’m raising two small kids and trying to make a living in Los Angeles in one of the most competitive industries on the planet.… Read more...

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[Podcast] Ep89: Q&A – Hacking a Standing Workstation, Dealing with Micromanaging Producers, Calming Your Mind at Night For Better Sleep, and Making Sense of Supplements

In this month’s Q&A podcast we answer a wide range of questions:

What are some good tools to use to hack your standing workstation to avoid bad posture and fatigue?

How can you deal with micromanaging producers & directors who never allow you to take even short bathroom breaks during an edit session?… Read more...

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[Podcast] Ep71: How Movement Makes You Smarter

It’s no secret that exercise can be good for us, and most people even know by now that regular exercise can help us feel better too. But there is a huge difference between the “Runner’s high” that most people assume is the only regular benefit of exercise beyond burning calories, and the full potential that exercise and regular movement throughout the day have on improving your overall health…and brain power.… Read more...