In today’s episode, I interview a Fire Dancing Girl who runs her own Fire Dancing company! We talk about how she shifted from traditional college ideas to a professional DJ and then to an out of the box career choice, leading several fire teams to entertain people all over the world. Please enjoy my conversation with Brittany Chandler. Show Notes [2:45] Interview begins [4:30] Brittany as a DJ [6:30] Dancing Fire and Costume Design [13:00] Brittany’s company inception and growth [18:00] Clients and Marketing [20:30] The Eisenhower Matrix “To Do” list here Download it here And here is the source where I found it with some productivity insight Original source [22:00] “Walk away” strategies that bring big results [25:00] Advice to transition into Passion that pays the bills [27:30] Early inspiration and discipline carries over into other areas of life [31:30] Big Mistakes and Idea sharing [34:00] Recharging from exhaustion [37:00] Positive relationships [45:30] Brittany’s inspiration, “Flow Art Festival”, “Spin Jam” [48:30] Find Brittany www.thedancingfire.com, Instagram @thedancingfire @thedancingfire @brittanychandlerfire [49:30] Final thoughts [53:30] Last antidote – Brittany’s hair caught on fire on stage
Tony is an America Director, Actor, and the host of "Unfake It Till You Make it", a podcast featuring professionals in the entertainment industry. It is a creative guide that provides advice, strategies and moldable methods in the field. Additionally, he is a working Director, Producer, and Writer. While attending high school, Tony completed Disney Producer, Kevin Kelly's film program, which started his journey as a Film Auteur. His film, "The Face In The Vile", (Director/Actor) was selected and featured on NBC's Chiller TV station. Throughout that same year, he began producing branded content, receiving multiple awards & recognitions for his work. In front of the camera, Tony's acting landed his first Netflix role in a Martin Scorsese film called, "The Irishman." Tony's film & music background bleed into each story he tells. With a mix of audacity and prudence, he believes deeply in synergy and searching for the best third alternative.