So you Think you Want a Career in Live Sound.
The Secret to Being a Woman on the Road
Where Are You Going?
Choose a Different Route
Making the Change
Making Hard Decisions – Career Choices
What’s Your Plan B?
Not Your (Grand)Parents’ Dream Job
Should You Stay or Should You Go?
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Staying Tough & Moving Sideways
Networking on Social Networks
Professional Social Media
How to be the New Crew Person
Do the Hard Jobs
Interview Tips for the Theatre Technician
The Importance of Saying Yes
The Importance of Saying No
Valuing Your Worth and Getting Paid
Managing your Work Load
Take the Note and Move On
Where have all the Credits gone?
Impostor Syndrome in Creative Industries
Be Bold, Be You, & Be Proud
Engineering Ourselves and Rewiring the Brain
“In You You Trust”
I Have Confidence in Me
Knowing your Limitations
The Art of Asking for Help
The Perfect Moment
Dancing on the Demon of Ignorance
Soldering for Beginners
A Lesson About Fun & Failure
The Life Long Learner
The Day Sheet
What’s Wrong with Being Special?
Grow Your Ears for Music
Being A Musician Makes Me A Better Sound Designer and Engineer
Would You Say That to Your Boss?
5 Easy Steps To Becoming Rich and Famous While Working in the Sound Industry
Giving Up Wasn’t a Choice – Freelancing in Bollywood
Should You Work a Gig for Free for Exposure?
Working For Free
A Year of Saying No
Five Ways to Make your Freelance Applications Work for You
How to be Lucky
Running Your Own Race
Losing your Footing as a Freelancer and Getting it Back
How to Say "No"
In Praise of Being Invisible
It’s Time to Get that Job
Building Business Relationships
Three Ways to Ruin the Call
Quick Guide on Invoicing
Avoid the Event Hangover.
Preventing the Burnout
Dealing with Burnout as a Musician
Let’s Talk About Mental Health
Finding the Right Companies to Freelance With
What’s Your Rate?
Freelancing – Scheduling Your Gigs
Finding that Job
Maintaining Client Relationships
Maintaining Business Relationships – Part 2
Breaking the Rules that Don’t Exist
The Art of Networking
Persistence is Key