You've got the idea. You've got the drive. All you need is the money. If you're lucky, you can go to the bank for a loan. But if you're an artist or someone working outside the normal 9-5 world -- you may end up having to fund your dreams on a credit card.
Mike Lemme is a comedian living in New York City. He's here to tell me why he's putting $7,000 on his credit card, how he plans to pay it back and why you have to take risks, even if it means taking on some debt.
ABOUT MIKE: Mike Lemme recently debuted his first solo show "Where I'm From" at the 2015 Frigid New York Festival to strong reviews. By mixing his cultural observations with biographical material, Lemme is "proving himself to be a comedian of significant talent (TheatreIsEasy.com)." Mike has been featured in the Boston Globe, written for Second City and warmed-up studio audiences for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. He can be seen performing regularly at the Under St. Marks Theater in New York City and Gallery263 in Cambridge, MA. He's the host of Live In The Village, a monthly variety show featuring a rotating cast of talented New York performers- each with unique backgrounds, perspectives, and skills- take on a relatable topic and discuss it through music, standup comedy, and art.