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From MC to MC

 
#1 From MC to MC
03/05/2008 04:11

Let me clear my throat

I have been working as an MC for five years but would like to pursue a career in the MC industry. How should I approach the switch and can anyone provide me with tips from making the transition themselves?

I believe I have good transferable skills. I work on complex events such as weddings, to short deadlines for raves where the venue and logistics are announced only at the last minute.

I have to work with children at bar and bat mitzvahs, which would be transferable to working with immature and simple-minded clients. I am accustomed to presenting to large audiences under pressure and, with my experience of talking over the DJ, I feel I will be able to hold my own in large project management meetings. I am well-accustomed to pulling all-nighters so do not anticipate any problems with the working hours in consulting.

What else should I be aware of and consider when presenting myself to consulting employers?

Thanks

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#2 RE: From MC to MC
03/05/2008 08:50

Dave to Let me clear my throat (#1)

You could become a Stereo MC.

Cut the treble, drop the bass... it's a long weekend!

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