My guest on this episode, Jen Waldman, is a theatre coach and Executive Director of her own acting studio in New York City, a speaker and official optimist with Simon Sinek's Start With Why team, and co-host of The Long and The Short Of It podcast.
Our mutual friend Peter describes Jen as a human stethoscope - suggesting that she's an expert at getting to the heart of a matter. As you'll hear in our conversation, she trained as an actor and made her Broadway debut in Maury Yeston's musical, Titanic. She was in the Broadway company of Wicked and toured the US as Nessarose.
Using her background in the arts, Jen also speaks to audiences in business, education and public service -encouraging creative thinking and imagination, so that people everywhere can cultivate new ideas and share them with the world.
I've been looking forward to sharing this conversation with you. In this episode we discuss how as artists we can claim more responsibility for the impact of our work, Jen offers her perspective on the state of the New York theatre industry, you can learn how to make yourself indispensable as an artist, how discovering her WHY changed everything for Jen, learn why it might be time to get new headshots and how to seek and filter feedback that you can use.
I hope you enjoy this conversation with the human stethoscope, Jen Waldman.
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