Monday, 9 September 2013

How to Succeed as a Freelancer - The MYOB Show

On The MYOB Show today we discover the top mistakes made by newcomers to the arts, media and creative industries - plus we tell you how to avoid them!

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Everyone from the top pop star to the award winning photographer needed to start somewhere and no doubt they made a couple of errors along the way.

Who's on the show?

A Face to the name: Dom O'Neill
Presenter: Dom O'Neill – MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry.

Producer: Alistair Goodier - Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland.

Why listen?

When you're new to the creative business you need all the help you can get to avoid the common pitfalls so many people fall into.
If you are serious about making it in the exciting but competitive creative industry then you need to listen to The MYOB Show to put yourself in the strongest possible position.

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Today on The MYOB Show we give you a heads up on what you need to avoid to ensure you have a smooth and successful start to your creative career.

Listen to The MYOB Show On-Demand!

I hope this info helps.

Want to know more?

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If you have a story we should be talking about please do get in touch at [email protected]

Take care,

Dom O'Neill

What is The MYOB Show?

The Mind Your Own Business Show (MYOB Show) is here to help you live the dream! We are the most honest and realistic show dedicated to giving you all the info you need to succeed in your career in the arts, media and creative industries. MYOB Show is on the radio & online as an on-demand radio programme or Podcast. The show is full of useful tips, discussions and information to help folk like yourself adjust to life after the 9-5.

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