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    You Do What? - I'm a Hollywood Animal Trainer
by Briana Messerschmidt and Tim Muma - Feb, 2015
As cute and intelligent as many animals are, they still need help landing roles on TV or in movies. That is where studio trainers come into play, prepping them for high-flying stunts, sentimental scenes or your typical animal behavior...in front of tons of people, bright lights and cameras. Briana Messerschmidt, studio trainer for Hollywood Paws, talks with Tim Muma about this unique career. Briana describes why she got into t...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Examining the Comedy Industry
by Matt Kemple and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
We're taking a look at the comedy industry and examining the details of this unique community, and for those interested, what it takes to succeed. Matt Kemple, live events producer for Milwaukee Comedy and the founder of the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, joins Tim Muma to give us an inside look at the various avenues one can take within comedy. He also describes the scene as a whole and the many great options for fans of the come...
 
    I Want to Be a - Contemporary Artist
by Dora Woodrum and Cady Chesney - Nov, 2014
The art that hangs in move sets, corporate offices, hotel lobbies, and homes across the world are created by professional artists with an eye for rich, vibrant colors and a keen sense of aesthetics. Dora Woodrum, owner of Nice Modern Art, joins the show to share how she became a successful Contemporary Artist, and what you can do to follow in her footsteps. Children and even some adults fantasize about finding their dream j...
 
    You Do What? - I'm a Professional Mini-Golfer
by Rick Baird and Tim Muma - Nov, 2014
Income can come from just about anywhere, even something that many of us see as a recreational activity with the family. Rick Baird is a professional golfer - of the miniature kind - as he has competed professional in putt-putt for 30 years. Rick was recently inducted in the Professional Putters Association Hall of Fame and is one of only three people in the world to ever shoot a perfect game with 18 holes-in-one in a row. Hos...
 
  Is a Fundraising Career Right for You?
by Randall Olson - Mar, 2008
Is it important to you that the work you pursue makes positive contributions to society and people in need? Do you like the idea of helping a worthy cause raise the money it needs to provide valuable services in your community or to a larger service area? If so, a fundraising career might be a perfect choice for you. Who Hires Fundraising Professionals? Many different types of nonprofit organizations hire people to work i...
 
  For Creative People: How to Develop Your Career
by Debbie Brown - May, 2007
"If you're a truly creative person, you know that feeling insecure and lonely is par for the course. You can't have it both ways: you can't be creative, and conform too. You have to recognize that what makes you different also makes you creative." - Arno Penzias in Fast Company In my work with attorneys, MBA's, entrepreneurs and other creative professionals, I often watch people struggle with the need to conform to other p...
 
  Vote for the Arts
by Rebecca Ryan - Apr, 2004
Last month, I talked about the connection between Noodling and Doodling, that human development is economic development. This week I want to make the case for the arts and the important role they play in the life and death of cities. This year, I have the privilege of helping Milwaukee’s United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF) raise over nine million. Piece of cake. Why? Because in Milwaukee, young professionals, entrepreneurs,...
 
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