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December 21, 2020 | Last Call of the Year!:
This is our last call of 2020! We talk about our biggest wins and losses of the year, and not to toot our participants' horns, but it was super inspiring to hear so many great stories of triumph over hardships. From being laid off and losing loved ones to successful first-year freelance and being hired by dream employers.  If you'd like to be added to the form Liam talks about in the beginning, it is available here: https://www.five-31.com/getagig Whatever holiday you're celebrating, we wish you the best and thank you so much for your support this year! We'll see you on January 11, 2021! Happy New Year!
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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December 14, 2020 | Course Correction During a Project (Host: Mark Cernosia):
This week we had a participant request to talk about the best ways to course-correct during a project. How to not overproduce and burn out. Making sure communication stays high. The soft skills of being a freelancer or running a business that you can't just learn through a tutorial. Plus our normal open discussion shenanigans.  To learn more, or join in, head over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: December 07, 2020 | Responsibilities as a Vendor/Artist (Host: Liam Clisham):
This week we have a reasonably lengthy call about the responsibilities we have as vendors/artists. Not overpromising and under-delivering. What does a day of work mean to people? Are you to be at your desk the whole day waiting for the client at all hours? Should you be able to work as you would in any situation? How are we expected to just turn on the creativity at any moment? Of course, general banter and tomfoolery as well. If you'd like to join in or learn more, head over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: November 30, 2020 | What's everyone buying? Black Friday/Cyber Monday Talk (Host: Liam Clisham):
This week, Liam hosts an open discussion that turned to a talk about what deals everyone had gotten on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  If you'd like to join in or learn more, head over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: November 23rd, 2020 | Greyscale Gorilla Open Discussion with Nick Campbell and Chad Ashley (Host: Mark Cernosia):
This week, Nick Campbell and Chad Ashley from Greyscale Gorilla join us to talk about all things GSG! Mark hosts an open discussion and fields questions from the attendees.  There is some great info in there about the new GSG+ platform, new products and plugins, and much more. If you'd like to participate or learn more, head over to mondaymeeting.org!
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: November 16th, 2020 | Open Discussion: Estimates, Critiques, and more! (Host: Mark Cernosia):
This week, Mark hosts an open discussion on the call. We talk about sending out estimates to clients and a variety of ways to do it. Afterward, we ask, "why doesn't critique happen in the industry?" Why do people get so offended by it? As an art form, why don't we have critics like other mediums? If you'd like to participate or learn more, head over to mondaymeeting.org!
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: November 9th, 2020 | Crypto Art: What that f*ck is it all about? (Host: Mark Cernosia):
This week Mark tried to figure out, "what the f*ck is Crypto Art?".  There are a ton of new platforms selling crypto art selling works from big names from the digital art world.  And it seems like art collectors are starting to take notice.  Last week Beeple sold 3 pieces for $66,666 USD each.  Although people are starting to look into Crypto Art, it is still the Wild West.  Buyer beware. If you'd like to join in or learn more, head on over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: November 2nd, 2020 | Activism in Motion (Hosts: Torey Kervick and Mark Cernosia):
This week we are joined by a special co-host, Torey Kervick.  Torey is a phenomenal motion designer from Chicago and has been using her skills and her spare time for activism, mainly with the Sunrise Movement.  This is a really well rounded discussion that will hopefully inspire artists around the world to use their creative talents for a good cause. If you'd like to join in or learn more, head on over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: October 26, 2020 | Resumes, CVs & Reels continued! (Host: Mark Cernosia):
This week, we continue our discussion on how resumes, CVs and reels can get you a job.  Do they matter?  To join in or find out more, head over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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Monday Meeting: October 19, 2020 | Resumes, CVs & Reels. (Hosts: Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham):
This week, we discuss how resumes, CVs and reels can get you a job.  Do they matter?  After looking at lots of reels over the past few weeks, Mark and Liam give their two cents on what makes artists stand out in their eyes.  We talk about if resumes/CVs are worth having, or if LinkedIn is good enough.   To join in or find out more, head over to https://www.mondaymeeting.org
Monday Meeting

Monday Meeting spawned from an idea between Mark Cernosia and Liam Clisham in mid-2018. They sought to fill a void that happens from working remotely: missing out on connecting with people, building relationships and talking about the nuances of business, that full-time employees get through weekly meetings. In late 2019 and early 2020, Julie Craft, and Caitlin Cadieux joined Mark and Liam as additional hosts. These weekly meetings are for motion designers all over the world to connect and ask questions, share inspiration, and hear presentations from industry-leading artists. No matter what level an artist is at in their career, from small towns to LA rockstars, we are all facing similar challenges and looking to grow.

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