Building a Lasting Screenwriting Career

Webinars ~ Business Series
Hosted By:
Lee Jessup

Everyone puts so much emphasis on breaking into the industry. And it's true, breaking in and getting started is no easy feat. But you know what comes after breaking in and starting your career? Keeping that career going to the next several years or several decades. 

What skills can you develop now to keep your career going strong after your big break? What can you do craft wise to stay fresh and continue to be reliable for producers and/or showrunners? And what "soft skills" would give you the tools you need to weather the inevitable ups and downs of a career in entertainment? 

Join the amazing Lee Jessup for this webinar and find out! 

This 70 Minute Webinar Will Cover: 

  • Resilience and mindset 
  • Taking notes and other craft skills 
  • Networking and maintaining relationships 
  • Create a strong, lasting brand
More about
Lee Jessup

Lee Jessup is a career coach for screenwriters, specializing in guiding emerging and professional scribes toward long-standing and prolific screenwriting careers in both TV and feature writing. Additionally, she has provided consulting services to NBC International, the Universal Writers Program, the Final Draft Big Break Contest and Inevitable Foundation, and is an adjunct professor with the David Lynch Graduate School of Cinematic Arts. Her one-on-one coaching clients include everyone from showrunners and studio writers to contest winners, TV writing fellows as well as writers just starting out. She is the author of the best selling books Breaking In: Tales From the Screenwriting Trenches and Getting It Write: An Insider's Guide to a Screenwriting Career.

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