Advice and How-To's Especially for ACTORS!

Welcome- I am so glad you're here! Bite-Size Business is a program created to help actors navigate the business in a way that is fun, empowering and educational.

Use the "Blog Topics" on the left to find hundreds of articles covering all areas of acting, or browse the archives for a title that sounds groovy. Feel free to leave a comment- and be sure to check each post to see if a comment was left.

And if you enjoy this blog...

• Subscribe (<--- look to the left!) so you can be updated when future articles are posted.
• You can also share this article by clicking on an icon below. Cheers!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Who is TAE, and What Exactly is Career Coaching?

* Bookmark and Share

Many of you have been reading this blog faithfully year after year, gathering little nuggets of knowledge about this wild business of acting. And most of you know that I write these blogs based on my experiences as a professional actor and a business/career coach for actors. But have you ever wondered what career coaching actually looks like? What do I do at The Actors’ Enterprise?

Well, look no further! Thanks to Andrew Poretz, from Ingenuity Coaching, I just completed a fun, conversational interview that explores concept of career coaching for actors. We talk about my acting career and early corporate career, and how they blend together when I am coaching actors on marketing, PR, organization, time management, and audition/interview technique. We share stories about coaching, and even come up with an idea of creating a “Koaches Karaoke” event!

So, check out the interview on BlogTalkRadio: Coaches Corner. You can listen online, or you can download it for free through iTunes.

Erin Cronican's career as a professional actor and career coach has spanned the last 25 years in New York City, Los Angeles and San Diego. She has appeared in major feature films and on television, and has done national tours of plays and musicals. She has worked in the advertising & marketing departments of major corporations, film production companies, theater magazines, and non-profit acting organizations. To learn more, check out

2 COMMENTS - Click to READ:

Matt Edwards said...

Do you find actors get benefit from having their own websites?
How would you suggest politely ask people to visit your site, and do you think they are likely to actually do so?



Erin Cronican said...

Hi, Matt! This is a wonderful question- I will answer it on my next blog. Thanks for reading!

Post a Comment

Thanks for leaving your thoughts- I will respond as soon as possible! (Be sure to click the "Subscribe by Email" link to be notified about my response as well as others'...)


This content is offered under a Creative Commons by-NC-ND License.That means you're free to share it, republish it, refer to it, include it in your wedding vows, whatever... - PROVIDED you:

a) you don't change anything.
b) you don't use it to make money.
c) credit me (with my blog's name, and a link back to my site.)
d) it's not required, but it would be awesome if you'd email me to let me know you're using it, and then I can help promote your post!

If you are copying an article in its entirely, you MUST include the following acknowledgment at the top of the post: "This blog was pulled, in its entirety, from Bite-Size Business for Actors, a blog published by The Actors' Enterprise. To learn more, visit"

To view the license, click here. To learn more about Creative Commons, click here.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-
No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License

Follow Bite-Size Business for Actors
Directory for New York, NY
Blog Directory
Blog Directory
Blog Directory & Business Pages -