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Show 071 Quick-Guide
- We tried to Blab and total fail
- And then we fail again, when the wrong shownotes are shared
- Elsie doesn’t have her computer and we are BOTH jonesing
- How a woman in a meeting would say famous quotes a la Elsie and Jess
- Diving into Jennifer Lawrence and her essay all about speaking up!
- New and young, does that element play in how we express ourselves as women
- One of the biggest reasons that Elsie quit acting
- A discussion of how hard it is for us to negotiate for ourselves, agents should do a better job
- Oh, no, Jess goes off a little bit on Bradley Cooper
- And example of what it takes for women to move up from Jess
- How culture and our personality tendencies affect the way that we communicate
- It seems that we are passive aggressive, great
- We all need to be clear about how to do business with one another
- It’s time to change the conversation around women in media!
- Mr. Selfridge, the new Elsie obsession
- “What am I chopped liver?” - Jess
- Elsie asks some advice about a very touchy subject, discuss amongst yourselves
Are you direct in your conversations?
What would you do as a producer if you get the type of message that Elsie got? What would you respond?
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