I felt the same way when I worked a corporate job. I accepted promotion after promotion only to find myself in a position very far removed from what I loved about the industry. In short, it was more management and schedules, less creativity and my own ideas. I've since learned it's not a bad thing to come up with your own career trajectory and goals. Try communicating that to your boss (and your boss' boss) with your timeline in mind. These exact opportunities might not be there when you're ready, but something equally great will be.

A three-part series applying TV production standards to your remote office setup

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy from DreamWorks Pictures starring Will Ferrell

This past summer I witnessed some behind-the-scenes action that seemed straight out of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.

A Montreal-based reporter was getting ready for his news hit, but the stool he was sitting on was too high. The top of his head was out of frame.

The camera…

I like this approach. I usually write a first draft and then go back for an edit right away before hitting publish. But then ideation usually happens in the middle of the night when I'm supposed to sleep. I either lose a night's sleep and then struggle with a half-thought-through idea. Or I get some sleep and forget the idea. I think it's a better use of my time to make time for ideas

Tara McEwen

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