I’m a Showrunner’s Assistant—Here’s How I Broke Into the TV Industry

Ian Olympio is a showrunner’s assistant, but getting to this point wasn’t easy. As everyone says, breaking into the TV industry truly is tough. Here's Olympio's career path, as well as what it's like to work in showbiz.

I’m a Voice-over Actor Who Found My Passion While Working in Sales

Matt Baker wanted to be an astronaut when he grew up. While that didn't pan out, he's now a voice-over actor with a pretty cool job. Here's how he got his start, including his career in sales and the co-worker who referred him to Discovery to do voice-overs.

In This Job, You Get a Sinking Feeling Every Day

'Deadliest Catch' captains Jake Anderson and Josh Harris stopped by Entrepreneur to discuss the new season.

I Turned My Passion for Tech and Storytelling Into My Own Production Company

Suzi Pond is the owner and founder of Redbird Media Group, but she started her career in tech and journalism. Here's how she turned her passion into her full-time job—including teaching herself how to shoot video and learning to code in college.

The Top 10 Current Highest Paid Hollywood Actors and Actresses

From Mark Walberg to The Rock, these celebs got the biggest paychecks last year.

Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Is Getting Its Own Movie

Will a brand's signature snack take a bite out of the box office?

How I Went From Being a NBA Publicist to an Author and Podcast Host

If you’re feeling stuck in your career, Ahyiana Angel has one major piece of advice for you: switch, pivot, or quit. Here's how, after working for the NBA, she landed a book deal in four months *and* started her own podcast inspiring women in their careers.

I’m a Television Producer for The Olympics (and I’m There Now!)

Every two years, Lizzie Turkevich—freelance television producer—goes to the Olympics for work. To get where she is today, she worked her butt off. But now she gets to meet some of the coolest and most talented athletes out there and tell their stories. Here's what her job is like.

I’m a Television Producer for The Olympics (and I’m There Now!)

Every two years, Lizzie Turkevich—freelance television producer—goes to the Olympics for work. To get where she is today, she worked her butt off. But now she gets to meet some of the coolest and most talented athletes out there and tell their stories. Here's what her job is like.

Is It More Important to Teach or Entertain as a Performer?

More importantly, can you do both at the same time?