One of the many reasons people go into the video business industry is they love sharing stories. The question is, what platforms can you use to tell that story and showcase your prowess in videos?
Today’s episode will be about the core aspects you need to understand in building an audience on LinkedIn. I will be speaking to Emily Wallace, who may not be in the video industry, but is reaching thousands of people via her video posts on LinkedIn. She will be sharing with us the secrets of her journey on LinkedIn — how she scaled her buyers advocate business dramatically in less than a year.
Three points we are going to discuss include: 1) Three core aspects of building your audience on LinkedIn; 2) Using the power of Sales Navigator to find any position...
In last week’s episode we had Ryan Spanger the owner and founder of Dream Engine with us. Ryan is not only a member of our Video Business Accelerator group.
Ryan actually wrote a manifesto which highlights all the lessons he has learned in 20 years in the industry.
This manifesto serves as his reminder to always stay on track; especially after all of the highs and lows he has experienced in running his business.
Today, we will be picking up where we left off, and I know most of you are just as excited as I am so let’s not keep you waiting. Enjoy the show.
After being in the video business industry for so long, it only takes a little loss of focus to lose track. But what does it take to make you stay in the game? How do you remind yourself that you have goals to achieve and dreams to chase?
Today, I’ll be speaking with one of my clients, Ryan Spanger, owner of Dream Engine. Ryan has been in the video production industry for 20 years, and his experience is immense. He will be sharing with us what he did to remind himself that he needs to stay on track, and how he keeps tabs on his thoughts, dreams, and goals.
If you’re going through a certain time in your business where everything just seems so dull, tune in and learn a lot of strategies for re-igniting your passion and focus.
4 times per year I get into a room with my accelerator clients and we spend 2 days masterminding. You might be wondering what that is.
Today’s episode will be all about debriefing the recent mastermind event we did in Melbourne.
Since a lot of people are asking us what goes on at these events, we thought it would be cool to share with your what actually happens.
So if you haven’t had the chance to attend one but are curious then today is your lucky day as Charley and I will help you understand how you can take these lessons and apply them to your own business.
“The destination is not the goal. We’re setting an intention to head in a direction.” – Den Lennie
In part one of our back-to-back episodes with Simeon Quarrie, he shared some insights about the efficiency brought about by starting work at 2am every day. We talked about his work ethic and his ability to scale up and down depending on the projects at hand. Simeon and I also discussed how he makes sure that he is always one step ahead in the video business industry.
Today, as we continue our discussion, Simeon will share with us how, oftentimes, being too creative can scare a client. Based on Simeon’s previous experiences, he will tell us how important it is to get the right balance between creativity and meeting the demands of clients.
For filmmakers, it’s really essential to always be on top of your game. Staying focused is one of the key factors in making sure you are ahead in the industry. And this might sound a bit odd for you but our guest today has been practicing this habit of waking up at 2am every day. And it certainly helped a lot in terms of focus.
So, today’s episode will be really interesting as I speak with Simeon Quarrie, owner and CEO of VIVIDA. He will be giving us insights on how he adapted to this lifestyle and what it has done for his business. We will be discussing how he transitioned from weddings to corporate work and now VR.
Last week, we talked about the reason why so many businesses stagnate and fail. We discussed the most common mistake that video businesses make. They fail to invest in themselves and for that reason, they’re setting up their businesses for failure.
In today’s episode, we’ll be picking up where we left off. I’ll help you understand that it’s not your fault. No one’s actually told you how to run a business before. In my case, experience has been the best teacher over the past eleven years of running my own business.
It’s a privilege for me to be able to share with you everything I know. And hopefully, you can get nifty lessons that will help you ACCELERATE your business.
I’ve talked to a lot of filmmakers all over the world at all stages of their businesses. The ones who are the most consistently successful think differently. 95% of video companies I meet all seem to be making the same mistake. The major mistake they commit is failing to invest in what truly matters, themselves. They focus too much on the gear and evangelizing about how powerful video is. Many are missing the chance to build a sustainable and solid business because they are focusing on the wrong things.
The good news is: it’s not too late to fix.
Today we’re testing something new. Instead of me asking the questions, we’ll turn the tables around. Charley Valher, who was our very first guest on this podcast, interviews me about my...
Everyone in the video industry wants to improve, but less are committed to doing so because it takes investment . Many prefer to spend money on gear instead of self-improvement. In this episode, we’ll look into why investing in yourself should be a top priority for anyone serious about improving their business and life.
Joining us in this episode is Chris Schwager from Ridge Films.
Chris Schwager continues from where we left off in the previous podcast by discussing his insights creating his business and the ups and downs he’s faced over the years and more importantly how he has come out the other side.
Through his experiences with Ridge Films, we discuss mindsets that can help anyone improve their performance.
We also highlight the role of communities...
There are no shortage of video production companies chasing clients. So how do you stand out and offer the market what they need? There is a growing trend of ‘Video Marketing’ where you not only shoot and produce the work but advise on campaign strategy and in some cases help with implementation.
Today, we are sitting down with Chris Schwager from Ridge Films in Sydney. Chris is a prolific figure in the field of video marketing & production. He is a highly regarded video marketing advisor for small businesses and medium sized companies. He walks us through important points as to how video fits in to the marketing and sales activity, return on investment, and building strong relationships with your clients.
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