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Jack Stahlmann        

Don't Flinch: The 6.5 Lessons a Starving Actor Can Teach Your Organization

Jack Stahlmann has been speaking professionally for three years, inspiring and educating hundreds of organizations. By providing a malleable message that can be customized for any organization, Stahlmann has presented everywhere from backrooms at small companies to the penthouse of Fortune 500 offices. Stahlmanns entertaining and informative presentations are built around his experiences in Los Angeles as an actor, producer, director and of course, a waiter.

In 2002, he launched his own production company which created several films that enjoyed international success. The Fifteen Minute Show, an extremely low budget feature film that was produced for less than $1,000, was the darling of the 2003 New York International Film and Video Festival. In 2004, he launched his most successful project, The Lift, which was featured in five film festivals worldwide. Freelancing in the directorial ranks, he was instrumental in creating the Margaret Cho stand-up show, Cho Revolution, working as the Second Assistant Director. As an actor his shining moment came in a co-star role on the CBS drama Cold Case where he played a wimpy park ranger. He also appeared on Days of Lives and several regional commercials. Mr. Stahlmann currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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