Let's say you've gotten yourself to L.A. and scored a meeting or two. Or that you've even managed to have something optioned. Now what?
It is generally unwise to project your real personality and sterling character -- kind, trustworthy, generous and agreeable -- in these meetings. There is a fine line you must walk between confidence and arrogance, adding a dollop of scintillating wit to make harried executives look forward to the next time "that entertaining, live wire," -- you-- walks into their office.
This workshop will share tricks to help you attain this state. (I actually used to pop half a Xanax before my meetings with Spielberg so I wouldn't be visibly gasping with awe.) Hopefully you won't have to self medicate, but there are a variety of stances that will probably serve you better than ingenuousness.