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Enterprise Radio welcomes Craig Archibald as a director, writer, producer, actor, coach, and actor. His professional career started at age 15. He’s the author of The Actor’s Mindset: Acting as a Craft, Discipline, and Business.

Enterprise Radio’s latest episode is in association with Author Channel.

Pay attention to host Eric Dye & guest Craig Archibald discuss the following:

  1. Why did you write the book? Why is it now?
  2. The title “An Actors Mindset” includes the Craft, Discipline, and the Business. Can you  describe for us why you included those topics and how they impact an Actor’s career?
  3. In your book you mention how College Courses often don’t provide Actors with strong Business and Mindset Education. What topics and aspects of the Actor’s Journey do you wish were regularly taught in curricula
  4. What are the characteristics of a Strong Actors Mindset and a Weak Actors Mindset when you meet an actor?
  5. Many celebrities are long-term clients of yours. What have been the most memorable  moments that you’ve experienced with them in their career?

Craig Archibald, a director, producer and actor, is an author, coach, and coach. His professional career started at age 15 with award-winning television and film productions. The founder of the Archibald Studio, he’s worked with countless actors, including Eric Roberts, Dan Futterman, John Slattery, Kathryn Erbe and Constance Wu. His powerful methods for success are a passion project and he is a great mentor. He’s the author of The Actor’s Mindset: Acting as a Craft, Discipline, and Business.


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