Amy is joined by rockstar and syndicated producer, Tre Trax. Tre Trax shares intel about the music industry and experiences working with reknowned artists. Amy recounts her first time being around celebrity limelight.Follow Tre Trax on IG: https://www.instagram.com/tretrax/Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/xyxxpodcast/Tiktok: xyxxpodcastAmy IG: https://www.instagram.com/feedingfeel...Videographer on IG: https://www.instagram.com/sulayyys/
Having your schedule completely booked with your dream clients sounds pretty amazing, right? Today's guest, Joana Galvão, is an expert in teaching entrepreneurs just how to achieve this dream goal. Her three part system is a gold mine for transforming word of mouth from passive hopefulness into an effective and targeted strategy… and it works. Aside from this invaluable framework for generating consistent work, Joana also gives us a peek into her story; mistakes included. Her inspiring journey holds some valuable lessons on everything from doing what it takes to land a dream client to creating a culture of open communication and health within your business. Key Takeaways Transform word of mouth into an active strategy to land better clients more consistently. Create a culture of open communication within your business to grow a strong team while preventing issues. Orient your business so that it can connect with the clients that you align with. About Joana Galvão Joana Galvão is the co-founder of the award-winning design agency Gif Design Studios. Based in Porto, Portugal, and with a team of 7, her agency specializes in brand identities and conversion-obsessed design and serves industry leaders in 17 countries on five continents. Her coaching program, Ambitious Creatives Booked Solid, helps freelancers get booked solid with dream projects, to 6-figures and beyond, without burnout. Joana speaks internationally on entrepreneurship, the power of design, and creativity, and her work has been featured in the Guardian, Brand Brilliance, and Digital Arts magazine. But the thing Joana is most proud of is having recently taken a 4-month maternity leave without ever checking email, and having her agency not only survive but see its most profitable months to date. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show! [02:29] Meet Joana Galvão [11:41] Making the transition into hiring help [15:20] Remote vs in-person work [20:56] Mistakes to avoid in your business culture [32:13] Constant evaluation [37:27] Transforming word of mouth into strategy [46:55] Focus on this when starting out [54:52] Connect with Joana [56:05] Outro Quotes “I like to turn word of mouth into a strategy” [39:48] - Joana Galvão “It's quite simple: the more people know about who you are, what you do, and for whom, the more likely it is that they'll send work your way.” [40:09] - Joana Galvão “I think the best thing to do is get very clear on the type of client that you would love to land.” [47:21] - Joana Galvão Links Get the The Lead Machine: Website Checklist for Filmmakers FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Joana Galvao online Find Gif Design Studios online Follow Joana Galvao on Instagram Get the Secret Stash of email templates from Joana for free Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes! Book Mentioned Rework, by Jason Fried
In this episode Briana and B.Nation talk about tapping in to the love and peace in our lives. B.Nation talks about an impactful conversation that reminded her to recenter her goals and focus on love. Briana talks about the struggles of normalizing peace and realizing that love is enough. Stay tuned for the after-party where Briana and B.Nation dive into their toxic traits! ****************************************************************Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGLbiFZdokCi4NG8WhY41kgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_oapodcast/Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@the_oapodcast?lang=en *************************************************************** Co-host: B.Nation | IG: @brittnation and Briana | IG: @twentyheart_ Videographer and Co-Editor: Becky S
Building a healthy team where each member flourishes individually while also having a strong team-oriented mindset is not an easy task, nor does it happen on its own. My guest today, Joey Mathews, has built his video production businesses to feel like family. From immense empowerment and trust in each individual to creative profit sharing, Joey has built a business that is focused on creating absolutely stunning work all while fostering individual and business health. Joey's insights on leading a creative business are so refreshing and inspiring. Don't fall for the lie that you can't have beautiful work, a healthy team, and a profitable business; it's how we should all operate! Key Takeaways Create a culture for your team that is built on mutual trust, an attitude of helping others, and wholeness of health. You limit yourself and your business if you don't find a way to tap into healthy collaboration. Be creative to make sure that your business is efficient and profitable. Charge what your work is worth, but make sure you are adding so much value that your client feels like they underpaid. About Joey Mathews Joey is an Emmy award winning filmmaker, business owner, husband and father based out of Houston, Texas. He founded 31Films in the early 2000's, capturing luxury weddings around the world, and launched Filmlab in the early 2010's, producing story-driven commercial films for brands including: Disney, CBS Sports, Four Seasons and Microsoft. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show! [02:45] Meet Joey Mathews [06:47] Balancing creativity of your product with business success [13:18] Building a culture in your business that feels like a family [27:56] Joey's greatest business milestones [34:22] Making your business profitable [42:10] Passion projects [45:15] Outro Quotes “Being able to say no to some opportunities is hard but I think for the betterment of everyone to not be burnt out, you know, I think it's really important.” [15:18] - Joey Mathews “I think when you're growing a team there has to be, I mean, you have to treat it almost like a marriage, you know, where you're working together towards a common goal and you're helping each other and it's a give and take.” [18:43] - Joey Mathews “I think it's important for people to find ways to scratch that itch and to be able to do that creative work.” [43:57] - Joey Mathews Links Get the The Lead Machine: Website Checklist for Filmmakers FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Joey Mathews online Follow Joey Mathews on Instagram Follow Film Lab on Instagram Follow 31 Films on Instagram | Facebook Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes! Book Mentioned Profit First, by Mike Michalowicz
Jason Morena (former videographer for Gary Vaynerchuk, VeeFriends, Trash Talk, ONE37pm) talks about the processes behind their content team, what inspired Jason's editing and filming styles, why Jason left Team GaryVee, and tons more. Follow Brandon: https://instagram.com/b.arvay Follow Lexington Business Show: https://instagram.com/lexingtonbusinessshow
Bobby said he would pay the person with the highest score on an IQ test and Lunchbox, Eddie, Morgan, Raymundo, Scuba Steve and Abby all agreed to take it. They stayed after the show yesterday to take the test while Mike D watched. We reveal the results today, find out who won and who came in last place! Then, does Amy's son have lice? He's been itching his head a lot and she had to examine his hair....Then we talk to a listener who is debating if they should get a videographer for their wedding and if it's worth the money... hear what we think!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Early in my career I was repulsed by the idea of sales. However, over the years, I have learned just how crucial it is to building a sustainable business. Today on the show I dive into this with my guest, Mario Martinez Jr., who is an absolute sales machine. We focus on leaning into the prospecting side of the sales process to help destroy the feast or famine cycle and set up your business for consistent and reliable revenue! Following Mario's PVC method will not only make reaching out to new clients so easy, it will make you more effective than ever before at landing these new clients. Don't settle for simply hoping that prospective clients find their way into your sales pipeline. Use this method with confidence and understanding to actively bring them in! Key Takeaways Focus on actually helping your clients and, in return, your sales will soar. Reverse engineer your client's desires to find their true motivation. Then capitalize on helping them with that goal. Learn how to prospect successfully to avoid the feast or famine cycle. Master the P.V.C. Method to build connections with potential clients that will eventually lead to sales. About Mario Martinez Jr. Mario is the CEO and Founder of Vengreso. He spent 105 consecutive quarters in B2B Sales, Marketing and Executive Leadership. In 2021, he earned the #1 spot in the Top 10 Most Influential Business Leaders by Beyond Magazine. He is one of 20 sales influencers invited to appear in the Salesforce.com documentary film “The Story of Sales”. He was also named among the Top 10 Sales Influencers by The Modern Sales Magazine and Top 25 Most Influential Inside Sales Professionals. Mario is also the host of the popular The Modern Selling Podcast. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show! [03:17] Meet Mario Martinez Jr. [13:34] How to “Help” clients through corporate video [17:41] Reverse engineer what clients really want [21:48] The two sides of sales [25:01] The PVC method of prospecting [27:37] Hyper-personalization [31:40] Adding value [33:13] Call to action [35:49] The most effective way to add value [39:38] Connect with Mario [42:49] Outro Quotes "The greatest salespeople in the world are called business owners, or entrepreneurs. They work off of 100% commission to feed themselves and the company.” [05:18] - Mario Martinez Jr. “Sales is the art of helping.” [10:50] - Mario Martinez Jr. “My best advice to a business owner is; this is the life we choose and make the best of it because it's a great life if you can focus in on the most important things that you need to get done, today.” [42:28] - Mario Martinez Jr. Links Get the The Lead Machine: Website Checklist for Filmmakers FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Connect with Mario Martinez Jr. on LinkedIn Follow Vengreso on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Use Mario's coupon code: 50PERCENTOFF4LIFE Test out FlyMSG Now and use Mario's coupon code: 50PERCENTOFF4LIFE Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Business for Creatives Podcast
In today's episode, I want to discuss why charging by the hour doesn't work for videographers and what you can do to make more money.Many people in our industry charge by the hour, but I've found that it's not the best way to make money.In this episode, I will talk about why that is and what you can do to make more money as a videographer.Support the showConnect with Den on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/denlennie/Get more great resources over at https://www.denlennie.com/
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Hellooooo and welcome back to the Montana Diaries podcast, I'm Shayna and I'm so stoked you're here as always — today's episode is centered around one core principle that I know in my bones is true and I hope you can internalize: perfectionism will literally ruin your life and business. Fun!SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.montanadiaries.com/creativebusinessblog/stop-being-a-perfectionist-2023—FREE CLASS: How to integrate VIDEO into your existing PHOTOGRAPHY business without buying new equipment! Plus THREE FREE PDF GUIDES: https://montanadiaries.com/learnvideo —Montana Diaries Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/montanadiariespodcast —FOLLOW ALONG: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayna_lloyd/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shayna_lloyd FREE CLASS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS! https://www.montanadiaries.com/learnvideo SIGN UP FOR 1X1 MENTOR CALLS: https://www.montanadiaries.com/coachingThanks for listening to the Montana Diaries Podcast!! Don't forget to rate and review on your fave podcast platform -- it helps me get amazing guests!! Shay's Instagram Videography for Photographers SIGN UP FOR MY FREE MASTERCLASS: How to integrate video into your existing photography business without buying new equipment! FREE Starter Guide for Photographers Ready to Learn Videography FREE Premiere Pro Editing Guide for Beginners! FREE Online Video Starter Guide! Join the Montana Diaries Podcast Community on Facebook!
Celebrating Black HistorySpecial Interview with Calvin "Cylk" Cozart - Hollywood Actor, Film Director Calvin "Cylk" Cozart (known for his break out role in "White Men Can't Jump Movie)With 30 films and more than 20 television shows to his credit, over 75 million viewers in the United States alone have seen Cylk Cozart's work. But, for Cozart, it is his love of children and helping others less fortunate that led him to Hollywood and what continues to underscore his reason for being in show business. Cylk Cozart's wide range of talents as an actor, producer, writer, singer, model and songwriter have made him one of Hollywood's most sought after artists. Cozart has an impressive list of film credits to his name that have garnered well over a half a billion dollars at the box office, including: Conspiracy Theory (1997) (Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts); Ron Shelton's White Men Can't Jump (1992); Three to Tango (1999) (Matthew Perry and Neve Campbell); Love Affair (1994) (Annette Bening and Warren Beatty); Eraser (1996) (Arnold Schwarzenegger); Play It to the Bone (1999) (Antonio Banderas and Woody Harrelson); Blue Chips (1994) (Nick Nolte and 'Shaquille O'Neal (I)'); and In the Line of Fire (1993) (Clint Eastwood). Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, to a Native American mother and an African American father, Cylk was given the fuel he needed to fulfill his lifelong dream. A natural athlete, Cozart excelled at sports in high school and was one of the best players on both the basketball and football teams. Graduating with high marks and outstanding athletic skill, he was offered numerous basketball and football scholarships to colleges across the country. He chose King College in Bristol, Tennessee, where he majored in Child Psychology. After college, Cozart pursued his goal of playing professional basketball, but a foot injury while playing in the NBA Summer Pro League ended his dream. After a successful modeling career in Miami, Cozart made his feature film debut in Warner Bros. Blue Skies Again (1983) opposite Andy Garcia. Deciding to relocate to New York to study his craft, Cozart continued modeling and appeared in numerous publications such as Vogue, GQ, and Essence. His love for theatre soon led him to be in two prominent stage plays: "Diary of a Black Man" and "The Big Knife." He also trained at the American Repertory Theatre and the Sundance Institute under the tutelage of Robert Redford. Since then, Cozart has appeared in the movies-of-the week: Johnny Tsunami (1999) for Disney; Slam Dunk Ernest (1995) with Jim Varney and A Family Divided (1995) with Faye Dunaway, both for NBC. He also had recurring roles on NBC's Reasonable Doubts (1991) with Mark Harmon, ABC's Gabriel's Fire (1990) with James Earl Jones; and HBO's Dream On (1990). He guest starred on such shows as UPN's Sister, Sister (1994); CBS's Diagnosis Murder (1993) and Walker, Texas Ranger (1993); Fox's Ned and Stacey (1995) Roc (1991), M.A.N.T.I.S. (1994), and Living Single (1993); NBC's The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990); ABC's Hangin' with Mr. Cooper (1992); and Lifetime's Any Day Now (1998) with Annie Potts in which Cozart also exhibits his singing talents. His early film work included roles in School Daze (1988) directed by Spike Lee, and Fire Birds (1990) with Nicolas Cage and Tommy Lee Jones. President of his own production company, Cozart is also Co-Chairman of the newly formed production entity, P.O.V. Planet, which recently created and produced the Wave to the World (2000) All-star Celebrity Recording and Video "Spirit of Life" for the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia. "Spirit of Life" has earned, to date, the prestigious Videographer and Aurora Awards, the NY Film Festival Bronze Award, and the Telly Award and so much more.....to find out more about Cylk Cozart visit his IMDb online.
Today's episode is the first ever videographer on the podcast! Madeline Keever with Keever Films shares how they started their destination based wedding business during Covid, what it's like working with your spouse, and we spill the tea on how to improve videographer/photographer relationships. Madeline also talks about how to live a Spirit-filled life, and trading the self-sufficiency culture for dependence on God. You can find Madeline online at:www.keeverfilms.comhttps://mk-copy.comInstagram: @keeverfilmsFollow Oh Happy Day Podcast on Instagram: @ohhappydaypodcastJoin the Work and Faith in the Wedding Industry Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/workandfaithweddingindustry
Helloooo and welcome back to the Montana Diaries Podcast, I'm Shayna and I'm so stoked you're here today because we have my very first live coaching call on the podcast with a really beautiful soul + up and coming videographer Alexandra Donaldson. Alex attended my very first content day last fall and she's always had the most thoughtful questions on business, client relations, and creativity, so I knew she'd be the PERFECT first live coaching call on the Montana Diaries podcast. If you listen to this episode and you love it then apply to be on an episode like this yourself to ask alllll of your burning creative biz questions — just DM me at @shayna_lloyd or email me at email@example.com to applyAPPLY FOR 1x1 COACHING WITH SHAY: montanadiaries.com/coaching to apply; My coaching clients can expect personalized PDFs recapping what we go over in our calls after each session, complete with super specific, actionable homework to help you get closer to your goals. I'm a business coach for action takers — no over-researching or learning as a form of procrastination. If that sounds like your thing, then go to montanadiaries.com/coachingAlsoooo if you want to get on the wait list to be the first to know about my in-person education and content days, aka how I met Alex, then info on that can be found at montanadiaries.com/content-days — Everyone who signs up to that list also gets a free educational PDF called Portfolio Building with Purpose…anndddd, ya know, it's exactly what it sounds like. I teach you how to build your portfolio with strategy in mind. SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.montanadiaries.com/creativebusinessblog/live-coaching-call-videographer—FREE CLASS: How to integrate VIDEO into your existing PHOTOGRAPHY business without buying new equipment! Plus THREE FREE PDF GUIDES: https://montanadiaries.com/learnvideo —Montana Diaries Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/montanadiariespodcast —FOLLOW ALONG: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayna_lloyd/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shayna_lloyd FREE CLASS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS! https://www.montanadiaries.com/learnvideo SIGN UP FOR 1X1 MENTOR CALLS: https://www.montanadiaries.com/coachingThanks for listening to the Montana Diaries Podcast!! Don't forget to rate and review on your fave podcast platform -- it helps me get amazing guests!! Shay's Instagram Videography for Photographers SIGN UP FOR MY FREE MASTERCLASS: How to integrate video into your existing photography business without buying new equipment! FREE Starter Guide for Photographers Ready to Learn Videography FREE Premiere Pro Editing Guide for Beginners! FREE Online Video Starter Guide! Join the Montana Diaries Podcast Community on Facebook!
Shadé Olasimbo (2012 - Broadcast Journalism) is an Emmy-nominated video producer, editor, and videographer based in Atlanta where she runs FCOlasimbo Productions, LLC. She is also a Senior Video Producer at HubSpot, where she's the lead producer behind the newly launched Hustle YouTube Channel. In our 30th episode, Shadé joined the show to talk about her role with HubSpot, why she has such a big passion for telling the stories of others, her work with our African American Alumni Organizations, and how she's been inspired by Black Penn Staters of the past and the present. Connect with Shadé on social media: TwitterInstagramLinkedInLearn more about the Penn State Alumni Association: alumni.psu.edu. Follow the Penn State Alumni Association on:FacebookTwitterInstagramLinkedIn----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Timestamps:0:00 — Alma Mater Open0:19 — Intro2:50 — Becoming a Penn Stater4:40 — Being involved as a student8:14 — Experience as a tour guide with the The Student Minority Advisory and Recruitment Team (SMART) 10:35 — Initial career goals13:50 — Ad Read #1 - Penn State Bakery 14:50 — Shadé's career path 17:53 — Overcoming life's challenges 21:50 — Role with HubSpot25:57 — Staying involved with Penn State / Working with our African American Alumni Organizations28:45 — Helping other people share their stories31:22 — Being inspired by Black Penn Staters of the past and the present33:57 — Lightning Round Q&A38:35 — Outro39:43 — Alma Mater Close
Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience
Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience is back with another episode of our “SBC Alumni Takeover Series," and this time we have a new host, SBC Alum Andrew Crookes! Andrew attended the Business of Basketball Immersive Experience in 2022 as a Media and Broadcasting Major and is very excited to kick off another alumni series.Today Andrew sits down with Remy Ndiaye, Assistant Video Coordinator and Player Development Specialist for the Miami Heat. A native of Dakar, Senegal, Remy came to the United States as a part of the Sports for Education and Economic Development (SEEDS) program in Senegal from 2005 to 2008. After graduating from Lake Forest Academy high school in 2010, Remy attended college at Dallas Baptist University (DBU). While at DBU, Remy received his Bachelor of Science Degree, served as a Graduate Assistant Basketball Coach, and completed his Master's in Sports Management.In this episode, Remy and Andrew discuss:Remy's current day-to-day responsibilitiesValuable insights into the daily operations of a top NBA teamHow the HEAT culture looks from an insider's POVWhat one-on-one workouts with players look like for RemyFollowing his graduation from DBU in August of 2014, Ndiaye worked in Rwanda for NBA Africa and the Shooting Touch program. During his 10-month stay in Rwanda, Remy helped kids develop their skills on the basketball court, taught health education classes, and led Bible studies. Remy's journey in sports management started with an internship for the NBA Summer League, which led to his first position with the Philadelphia 76ers as a Video Coordinator Intern and then a role as Player Development Specialist. After his stint with the 76ers, Remy would move on to join the Miami Heat as an Assistant Video Coordinator and Player Development Specialist. Follow SBC: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | FacebookFollow Andrew: LinkedInFollow Remy Ndiaye: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter
Hellooooo and welcome back to the Montana Diaries podcast, I'm Shayna and I'm so stoked you're here as always — today's episode is on literally my favoirte topic in the universe when it comes to creative business, which is creative business content creation strategy— I really just want to dive deeepppp on content in 2023, and I want to go hard on quantity and on service, so truly helping people on the photo/video side of my business and the business education side — I am such a huge believer in content marketing and I think brands will win when they go hard on content — can you tell I'm deep into Gary V's universe!? I'm so bought in though, and if I can get you to buy in just a little I really really really think we can majorly impact the success of your business. I want to let you know that I have a free guide for you to snag that's all about this content strategy for your creative business: CONTENT MARKETING STRATEGY FOR CREATIVE BUSINESS and you can get it at the link in the shownotes or just sign up for podcast resources at montanadiaries.com/podcast — I'm trying to put my juiciest freebies all in one email for you this year so if you sign up for that list, you get the freebies I talk about, and if you're already on one of my lists then the newest freebies will go to your inbox anyway so you don't need to re-sign up. okay yay this is going to be a great episode, let's jump right into it. SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.montanadiaries.com/creativebusinessblog/2023-content-marketing-strategy-for-creative-business—FREE CLASS: How to integrate VIDEO into your existing PHOTOGRAPHY business without buying new equipment! Plus THREE FREE PDF GUIDES: https://montanadiaries.com/learnvideo —Montana Diaries Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/montanadiariespodcast —FOLLOW ALONG: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayna_lloyd/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shayna_lloyd FREE CLASS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS! https://www.montanadiaries.com/learnvideo SIGN UP FOR 1X1 MENTOR CALLS: https://www.montanadiaries.com/coachingThanks for listening to the Montana Diaries Podcast!! Don't forget to rate and review on your fave podcast platform -- it helps me get amazing guests!! Shay's Instagram Videography for Photographers SIGN UP FOR MY FREE MASTERCLASS: How to integrate video into your existing photography business without buying new equipment! FREE Starter Guide for Photographers Ready to Learn Videography FREE Premiere Pro Editing Guide for Beginners! FREE Online Video Starter Guide! Join the Montana Diaries Podcast Community on Facebook!
On today's show I talk about prioritizing health and happiness with Dr. Ellen Wong. Happiness is one of the most fundamental human desires, yet how to truly achieve it is so seldom talked about. Your happiness is not a result of your success, but instead a defining factor of it. Dr. Ellen Wong has studied mental health and happiness for years and is passionate about helping others become truly whole, healthy, and happy. She shares with us some ideas on controlling your time - the one resource that you truly have. She also breaks down her 9 pillars of living a fulfilled and happy life. Start taking steps to live a meaningful life that is full of true happiness and complete inner peace. Key Takeaways Take control of your time. Define what level of success is required in your business for you to live the life you want. Consistently evaluate the 9 pillars of Happiness in your life and make adjustments as needed. Take the authenticity challenge. About D. Ellen Wong Dr. Ellen Wong is a naturopathic doctor, speaker and Chief Happiness Officer for entrepreneurs and executives. With over a decade of experience, she helps her clients identify the roadblocks that prevent them from living healthy, happy lives. Her signature Pillars of Happiness™ framework guides her clients to build successful businesses while elevating their health, finding more inner peace and taking back control of their time. Ellen's ultimate goal is to give everyone practical tools to prioritize their happiness as much as their success. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [2:39] Meet Dr. Ellen Wong [4:05] Becoming a Chief Happiness Officer [12:24] Take control of your time [19:32] Managing time for health as an entrepreneur [27:14] The 9 Pillars of Happiness [31:33] Daily reflection [33:41] Environmental elements that affect mental health and happiness [37:23] The Authenticity Challenge [43:42] Connect with Dr. Ellen Wong [44:48] Outro Quotes “Health and well-being is not simply the absence of disease.” [5:08] - Dr. Ellen Wong “I think one of the biggest misconceptions about happiness is that we always assume that it's like at the end of some arbitrary goal.” [6:29] - Dr. Ellen Wong “When you think about it, time is literally the only nonrenewable resource you have and so how we spend it is actually crucial.” [14:49] - Dr. Ellen Wong “I really want to turn happiness into the most utilized tool of positive impact in the world.” [25:15] - Dr. Ellen Wong Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Dr. Ellen Wong online Free Guide: 9 Essential Questions to Ask for a Happier Life Connect with Dr. Ellen Wong on LinkedIn Follow Dr. Ellen Wong on Instagram | Facebook | TikTok | YouTube Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Today we celebrate another year of podcasting, sisterhood, and advocacy for accessibility and diversity. Stephanie Michele Bolton bka Phoenix Michele is a Dallas Based Photographer, Videographer, and Content Strategist. My name is Zaakirah and I'm your host of the See Life Different podcast. This Podcast is about women of purpose sharing stories of resilience! They all have one thing in common: the need to create and serve! The mission of the show is to provide episodes that: · Inspire · Empower · Educate We talk about How we met the challenges of podcasting How we got started in photography and on social media What we learn about technology from being an auntie Why we advocate for accessibility for military veterans and autism Why Stephanie wants to go to the Maldives and the Pacific Northwestern United States Previous episode mentioned: Creative Coaching with Adedoyin Listen to our very first episode: https://bit.ly/2NRfMAi Listen to more episodes for free on your favorite streaming platform: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2NYapeh Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2TdAZ87 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/33gUj9j Pandora: https://pdora.co/2PLMUXo TuneIn: http://bit.ly/2RKrnjU Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2JUqGzA Amazon Podcasts: https://amzn.to/3ceqWql Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2XrAd6V Seeing Life Through a Different Lens: A Survivor's Guide to Overcoming Adversity with Resilience. Now available on Amazon as Kindle, paperback, and audiobook. Purchase here: http://bit.ly/seeinglifedifferentlens Follow and Learn more about Stephanie: https://www.instagram.com/phoenixmichelephotography/ https://www.instagram.com/socialwithsteph/ https://phoenixmichele.com/ https://socialwithsteph.com
Business for Creatives Podcast
Today, I'm going to talk about getting more done and managing your time more effectively as a Videographer. We all have the same 24 hours in a day, but why do some people seem super effective and manage their time well, and you struggle to get things done?Why do some people get so much done in a day and sometimes feel overwhelmed, like you can't get what you had planned to do? Today, I'm gonna show you how to get more done with some productivity hacks and tips and tricks I've picked up and implemented in my video business that will help you get more done in less time.Support the showConnect with Den on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/denlennie/Get more great resources over at https://www.denlennie.com/
Tracking the health of your creative business in 2023: A biz + life update from Shay, all about process oriented vs. product oriented tasks, KPIs, and more!Snag the KPI freebie by signing up for the podcast email list here: https://montanadiaries.com/podcast—SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.montanadiaries.com/creativebusinessblog/creative-business-kpis-2023 —FREE CLASS: How to integrate VIDEO into your existing PHOTOGRAPHY business without buying new equipment! Plus THREE FREE PDF GUIDES: https://montanadiaries.com/learnvideo —Montana Diaries Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/montanadiariespodcast —FOLLOW ALONG: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayna_lloyd/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shayna_lloydFREE CLASS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS! https://www.montanadiaries.com/learnvideo SIGN UP FOR 1X1 MENTOR CALLS: https://www.montanadiaries.com/coachingThanks for listening to the Montana Diaries Podcast!! Don't forget to rate and review on your fave podcast platform -- it helps me get amazing guests!! Shay's Instagram Videography for Photographers SIGN UP FOR MY FREE MASTERCLASS: How to integrate video into your existing photography business without buying new equipment! FREE Starter Guide for Photographers Ready to Learn Videography FREE Premiere Pro Editing Guide for Beginners! FREE Online Video Starter Guide! Join the Montana Diaries Podcast Community on Facebook!
We’re back with Ross Harris (https://rossangeles.net/) talking to Dylan about his career behind a camera, making music videos and other visual art along the way. The post Ep. 79 – Ross Harris (Videographer/Photographer) first appeared on comfort monk.
The Tom Ferry Podcast Experience
Being successful at real estate video takes a lot of things: courage, authenticity, a genuine need to help your community – and it sure doesn't hurt if you find the perfect real estate videographer to partner up with. Before coming into real estate, Shane Burgman spent 10 years as a nuclear missile technician for the U.S. Navy, so you could say he already had the courage and the urge to help others. But over the last eight years, Shane has found major success by capturing his authentic voice on video and operationalizing it with the help of his real estate videographer. In this episode of This Week in Marketing, Jason Pantana talks to Shane about how he transitioned from the military to real estate, how he's operationalized his video production to work best, and the partnership he's formed with his real estate videographer. If you're a real estate agent who is new to video or looking to seriously up your game, Shane's advice is exactly what you need to hear. Watch or listen, right here.
Have you ever wondered how to take the leap from creating client work to producing original content that you are passionate about? Today on the show I talk with D.C. Joseph, founder of Serif Creative, about how he is breaking out into the realm of creating original content with his video production business. Doug has found a way to produce original content while simultaneously maintaining a healthy commercial production business and shares how he was able to make this a reality. Sometimes you have to step out and do what it takes to make your dream happen, regardless of if you feel like the timing is perfect. Focus on the things that you can control and make it happen! Key Takeaways Don't neglect thinking like an ad agency even if you are a company of one. Use the 7 story archetypes to build strong foundations for the stories that you produce. How to shift your business to be capable of producing the original content that you want to make. Learn to control what you can and lean into effective preparation in order to succeed. About D.C. (Doug) Joseph D.C. Joseph is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Serif Creative. They help brands achieve creative greatness. Over the years, he's become an award-winning, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, a producer of international campaigns, a strategic advisor to C-suite executives, and the Executive Director of the Columbus International Film Festival, the oldest film festival in the U.S. His journey through entrepreneurship has been anything but easy or ordinary. It encompasses learning the art of storytelling in his grandmother's biker bar to competing in mixed martial arts and international grappling tournaments to filming music videos in Iceland. These collective experiences helped him develop his craft of bringing stories to life through film. As brands began to request his work, he saw how he could impact their broader marketing needs, ultimately setting the foundation for Serif Creative. Today, his passion is rooted in Serif—community, team building, and establishing a company that can provide for creatives—continue to grow. They motivate his team and him to seek new experiences to sink their teeth into and eagerly raise the bar when it comes to storytelling and creating meaningful connections. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [3:03] Meet D.C. Joseph [6:09] Client direct work vs agency work [13:05] The 7 story archetypes [18:27] Creating original content [22:27] Setting up your business for successful, original content creation [33:38] Presenting original content to buyers [43:50] Connect with D.C. [44:47] D.C.'s closing thoughts [46:18] Outro Quotes “The grass is never greener on the other side, It's where you're watering it. So, the same struggles that you have with client work also exist in producing your own.” [23:53] - D.C. Joseph “Ultimately, the timing will never be right, you just have to make it happen.” [25:48] - D.C. Joseph “I had to decide, do I want to improve my filmmaking or do I really want to improve as an entrepreneur, as a business owner?” [41:40] - Ryan Koral “Control the controllable. There's only so many things you can control. It doesn't do any good to think and get distracted by the things you can't control. So if you want to have a level of control, it all starts with preparation.” [44:59] - D.C. Joseph Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Josh Emerick online Find Doug Joseph online Follow Serif Creative on Instagram | Facebook Connect with Doug Joseph on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Today on the show I explore Lisa McGuire's unique perspective on personal brands. Everyone has a personal brand, whether they realize it or not. We can all benefit from exploring the different stories that we tell ourselves to better understand who we really are and strengthen our personal brands. A strong personal brand can help propel your business forward by giving it greater clarity and vision. Leverage this clarity of who you are to find clients that you can develop healthy, thriving relationships with. It's time to really and honestly show up for your business, your clients, your friends, and your family! Key Takeaways You can benefit from your personal brand even if you don't want to be the face of your business. Ask the difficult questions to better understand who you are and develop your unique personal brand. Use story to express your strengths, and your weaknesses. Embrace who you are to show up for your business in a powerful way. About Lisa McGuire Lisa McGuire is a certified business storyteller, personal brand strategist, and founder of Your Passion, Purpose and Personal Brand podcast. Her love for knowledge led her to start her career in education and she went on to become one of the founders of a $20M startup. When Lisa realized her gifts no longer fit into someone else's script, she took the leap to launch her own business in 2018. She is a strong believer in spending as much time as you can working in your zone of genius. Today, Lisa helps consultants and professional service providers do just that using her signature framework, The Difference Is You. They learn to build a personal brand of integrity by leveraging science-based concepts to create a compelling story. Lisa is married with two children and two grandchildren and lives in Atlanta, Georgia where she's never too far from a grove of trees or the beach. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show! [02:25] Meet Lisa McGuire [03:17] Lisa's passion for business storytelling [05:05] Lisa's unique approach [08:46] Embrace the size of your company [12:37] Why personal branding [13:37] What is a personal brand [20:16] Finding your unique personal brand [36:10] Connect with Lisa [37:45] Outro Quotes “But when you can get down to the core of who people are, that's when they come alive.” [4:54] - Lisa McGuire “Your people are looking for you, and if you don't show up, how are they going to find you?” [24:26] - Lisa McGuire “The thing that I have to offer is more important than the way that I feel about what I look like or sound.” [29:24] - Ryan Koral “You don't have to follow the script you've been given or the role you were told to play. You will truly stand out and attract the right people when you show up as that personal brand of integrity.” [37:03] - Lisa McGuire Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Lisa McGuire online Connect with Lisa McGuire on LinkedIn Follow Lisa McGuire on Instagram | Facebook Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
A More Beautiful Life with Kate White
Jerusha is a doula, and birth photographer & videographer based in Sydney. She trained as a doula in 2006 through Childbirth International, and has since worked extensively as a birth and postnatal doula in both London and Sydney.Jerusha found the beauty of birth so captivating that she soon trained in photography so she could capture the magic of what she was seeing with her doula clients, to provide lifelong visual memories of their birthing experience. She soon also moved in to videography, creating birth films for the women she supported. She photographs pregnancy, birth and families on a regular basis.Jerusha won the 2019 Postpartum category in the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers Competition, and was finalist in the 2019 Australian College of Midwives Birth Photography Competition.Her portraits of birthing women were exhibited in the Motherlove exhibition, both at the Creative Space Gallery in Curl Curl, and later the Royal Hospital for Women in 2019.Capturing and supporting births is her deep passion and hence the seed of creating a documentary for, and about birthing women was planted long ago.Jerusha is a proud volunteer member of Heartfelt, an organisation that gives the gift of photographic memories to families experiencing stillbirth, with premature babies or critically ill children.Jerusha also has a background in acting, gaining an Advanced Diploma in Stage and Screen Acting at ACTT in 2001. Since then she has worked as an actor, in casting and in film production. This experience both in front of, and behind the camera fed in to the creation of Birth Time: the documentary.Jerusha is a mother to a five year old fire cracker and a gorgeous baby girl.https://www.birthtime.world/https://jerusha.com.au/
The Equipped Creatives Podcast
Today's episode is not only for photographers & videographers, it's also for all the future brides listening in. Today Toni and Julia are going to be covering the importance of finding a good photographer/videographer team so your wedding day runs smoothly with their videographer friend Zane Persaud! Zane is sharing tips on how to better the relationship between vendors, advice he has for photographers working alongside videographers on a wedding day, and tips for brides on key things clients should look for when hiring a videographer & photographer. This episode is jam packed with helpful information, so whether you're a photographer, videographer, or bride this episode is for you! Socials: @equippedcreatives @juliakathleenphoto @toni.marie.photography @zapsizzle Thank you to our sponsors: Betterhelp: Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/equippedcreatives Narrative 10% off: https://narrative.so/?affiliate=equippedcreatives Pixellu: Get 15% off all plans using the code EQUIPPED15 and following the link: https://www.pixellu.com/?fpr=equippedcreatives Social Templates Co: Use code EC2022 for 40% off your first month! Send in your questions to Equippedcreatives@gmail.com to be a part of our future episodes! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/equippedcreatives/support
Today on the show I talk media exposure with Stephanie Lee! Stephanie is an expert media strategist and shares so much wisdom on getting compelling stories into the media. Most of us think that high profile media coverage is something outside of our reach and is reserved for celebrities or billionaire business owners. In reality, top-tier media coverage is a serious possibility for you and can be an absolute game changer for your business. The media is always hungry for a compelling story. All you have to do is tell your story in the right way and to the right people! Key Takeaways Use Stephanie's “Pitch Like a Pro” framework to develop a popular, relevant, and original story from your life that people will want to share. Media attention has a snowball effect for your business. It continually leads to bigger and better opportunities which then compound into even bigger and better ones in the future. Start gaining traction in the media by telling the right story to the right people. About Stephanie Lee Stephanie Lee is a media strategist and founder of Clout Monster, where we teach entrepreneurs, creatives, and businesses how to get top-tier media attention and exposure. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [4:29] Meet Stephanie Lee [7:27] Finding your voice [15:04] The importance of media attention [22:49] The nature of visibility and the press [29:17] Getting noticed and being confident in your value [37:18] “Pitch Like a Pro” Framework [47:11] Practical next step [48:48] Connect with Stephanie [50:57] Outro Quotes “This is an industry of credibility, right? People like to work with people they know, like, and trust.” - Stephanie Lee [18:49] “The nature of visibility and press, you know, the more press you get, the more visible you get and naturally the more opportunities open up.” - Stephanie Lee [22:59] “you can't deny the network effect that having press and being so visible gives you because all of a sudden people want to talk to you and when you know more people, that opens up more opportunities. That just leads to growth.” - Stephanie Lee [25:07] “The easiest way that I tell everybody to make your story original is to make it a personal story, right? When you talk about yourself, you talk about your own backstory, your own unique circumstances and lessons that automatically makes it original, even if, like, the takeaways are, you know, not entirely original, but there's so many universal, applicable lessons that the reader will still be able to find valuable.” - Stephanie Lee [44:18] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Follow Stephanie Lee on Instagram | Twitter Read Cloutmonster's Newsletter Stephanie's exclusive behind-the-scenes look at a REAL pitch Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram Check out the full show notes page What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Welcome to the Type1lifting Podcast Episode 108 In this episode I sit down with Videographer, podcaster, and designer Teddy Williams Help support the channel Venmo @Thomas-lennon-4 Link to the type1lifting website store https://type1lifting.com Proceeds of the shirts go to the Children's Diabetes Foundation Please subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/@Type1Lifting Subscribe for more Episodes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/type1lifting/id1493068726 Or listen on Spotify app: https://open.spotify.com/show/1di7ozscKMvQXo0kNn4b6j?si=e9e487aba4c041d2 Share this video with a friend: Liberte Lifestyle: https://libertelifestyles.com use promo code TYPE1 Listen next – Let's connect online: Instagram – @Type1Lifting Twitter – @Type1Lifting LinkedIn – THOMAS LENNON Facebook - Type1Lifting Youtube - @Type1Lifting Thank you for listening and please leave a review so I can help this podcast grow. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/type1lifting/support
In EP 62 of The Wild Womn Hotline, we are joined by Natalie Bergfolk, the founder of the New York City-based production company, VIBEHAUS, where she operates as the head of Video Production. VIBEHAUS's client portfolio includes many impressive names, such as Jenna Kutcher, Pebby Forevee, and CoZeCo for Whitney Port, just to name a few! In today's conversation, Natalie shares her story of “finding her space” as a creative and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the value high-quality media (photography/videography) has to offer for differentiating your brand in the online space. From standing out to avoiding media that makes you look like a “basic b*tch”, Natalie shares her expert perspective on how to get the most out of your experience working with creative professionals. Connect with Natalie and VIBEHAUS: @nataliebergfalkvideo on Instagram @wearevibehaus on Instagram www.wearevibehaus.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-wild-womn-hotline/support
On today's show I want to share from my heart something that is deeply important to me - community. This is one of the major factors that drives what we do here at Studio Sherpas. We all need healthy, thriving community in our lives. It's the reason I'm where I am now. Community is where you can be yourself, celebrate your wins, and most importantly have people who care about you to carry you when times get too difficult to keep going alone. We all reach those times in our lives and businesses where we just don't know what to do or how to move forward. In those moments we need strong and loving people around us to help carry us to the other side. Find your people, it will change your life for the better and you won't regret it. Key Takeaways Find your people - this is how we are wired to thrive. By yourself you won't go as far as you can when in a strong community. Don't allow the scarcity mindset to limit you or affect the way you view others. The work you do is important. You can't do it sustainably without a strong business and a healthy community. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [3:59] The importance of community in Ryan's life [17:05] Launching Studio Sherpas [23:38] About the Studio Sherpas community [27:32] 10X Filmmaker [36:41] Outro Quotes “When I think about what I do today and what brings me life today, it's this, it's this word community.” [7:52] “In my heart of hearts, I really think that we were designed for community.” [24:56] “Because here's the thing. Like if you don't have a good business, you can't do this work for for a long time. And I just believe so much that the stories we're telling, the stories that we want to tell, the way that we're helping our clients, the way that we're doing that through video, it's so important. It's like some of the most important work that exists.” [25:42] “Content, coaching, and community, I think those things can propel your business into the next stage and honestly make it more enjoyable.” [30:12] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Sign up for 10xFILMMAKER Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
This 2023, short-form content videos will be king! We've seen how short-form or vertical videos like Tiktok, YouTube Shorts, Facebook, and Instagram Reels became popular this year. And we believe they should be part of your church's social media strategy, too. A short-form video strategy for your brand is a must. It's an easy way for audience to consume bite-sized content, paving a way to communicate efficiently and spread more information. These vertical videos on your feed are definitely perfect t use in whatever social media platform you are in. But why are these videos so significant? Watch this episode of the Social Media Podcast to find out as we discuss the surprising amount of engagement we get from this growing trend, how vertical videos came about, and how churches can take advantage of this format. Join Social Media Church hosts Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson as they talk about how the shareable video contents can go viral fast and improve brand awareness. Show Notes: Aaron Magnuson Facebook Aaron Magnuson Twitter Aaron Magnuson Instagram Aaron Magnuson LinkedIn Aaron Magnuson Clubhouse Aaron Magnuson Facebook Aaron Magnuson Twitter Aaron Magnuson Instagram Aaron Magnuson LinkedIn Aaron Magnuson Clubhouse Aaron Magnuson TikTok Nils Smith Facebook Nils Smith Twitter Nils Smith Instagram Nils Smith LinkedIn Social Media Church Discord Amplify Social Media
On this episode of Important Miscellaneous Talks your host Glassford Crossfield and his guests Greo Gil and African Prince talk about what it takes to make it in videography, how he got his career off the ground and the importance of networking. Play this in the background as you do miscellaneous mundane tasks. Love you all. God bless you. This episode dropped weeks in advanced on YouTube, please consider subscribing, and check out the talented Videographer Greo down below. Follow the Host: Personal Instagram: https://instagram.com/real_l.a._glass... Podcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/miscellaneous_p... Personal TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJx77o6T/ Podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCETs... Blogs on similar topics: https://link.medium.com/wpL2YRffwbb Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/glassford41 Extra Content: patreon.com/glassford Follow African Prince: Personal Instagram: https://instagram.com/african_prince_... Personal Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/africanp... Personal Podcast: https://anchor.fm/prince-kahilu Greo's Vision: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greosvision/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2oLzX2LvLRRikdDxTNTtHw Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreosVision Videography Work: https://linktr.ee/greos_vision --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/glassford-crossfield/support
Today on the show we take a bit of a scientific look at one of the most valuable tools for generating new clients - referrals. Stacey Brown Randall has developed a system for building your business into one that thrives by using client referrals, all without ever having to awkwardly ask for them. Once you are able to capitalize on good, quality referrals you will realize just how much impact they can have for your business while investing very little time. This healthy system of referrals can be your key to developing a more sustainable business than you have ever had before. Your clients are human beings, if you treat them with the care and respect that they deserve and be intentional with your relationship with them, then you will develop sincerely loyal referral sources that feel good about referring you. Key Takeaways Referrals can be your most valuable and time-efficient source of new clients. Develop a referable client experience that goes beyond the work that you provide to make people want to refer you. Focus on impacting how your referral sources feel about you. Create reasonable and effective touch points to foster healthy relationships with your referral sources. About Stacey Brown Randall Stacey Brown Randall is the multiple award-winning author of Generating Business Referrals Without Asking, host of the Roadmap to Grow Your Business podcast, and national speaker. Stacey teaches business owners how to generate referrals naturally… without manipulating, incentivizing or even asking. She has been featured in national publications like Entrepreneur magazine, Investor Business Daily, Forbes, and more. She received her Master's in Organizational Communication and is married with three kids. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [4:03] Meet Stacey Brown Randall [5:06] Stacey's business background [16:32] The value of a successful referral system [24:26] Making the referral process feel genuine and natural [27:17] The science of referrals [31:15] Setting up your business for referrals [35:41] Key referral tactics [42:55] How to start a healthy relationship with your referral sources [47:29] Connect with Stacey Brown Randall [49:23] Outro Quotes “I know everybody can do anything for a short amount of time. But I needed something for longevity.” [9:59] - Stacey Brown Randall “To get to a point where a client would actually want to refer you, it's not just the work you produced, because if it were just the work you produced, every single client you've ever had that you've done great work for would be referring you.” [32:45] - Stacey Brown Randall “When we can impact how our referral source feels about us, we've then earned the opportunity to direct how they think about us.” [39:40] - Stacey Brown Randall “Here's the number one question people need to ask themselves. Do I believe that I should take care of the people who take care of my business? And if your answer to that is yes, then you probably need a plan in place to actually show them that gratitude.” [41:12] - Stacey Brown Randall Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the 5 Day Grow Your Video Business Challenge Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Stacey Brown Randall online Stacey Brown Randall's Podcast Connect with Stacey on LinkedIn Follow Stacey on Instagram | Facebook Free, On-Demand Webinar: Referral Ninja Roadmap Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
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Chris and Enrico discuss Enrico's work as a social media strategist and videographer. They talk about how Enrico got his start in the industry and how he has branded himself as a content creator. Enrico shares his origin story and how he ended up working in social media. They also talk about Enrico's Oreo Cookie Collection, Tattoos, and Growth on YouTube via the compound effect. Follow Enrico Here: https://www.instagram.com/rico.incarnati/ Join Video Content Made Simple: https://www.facebook.com/groups/401316581284121 To stay connected with Chris, please subscribe to The Lifestyle Chase on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg3vuuFUg0gX-JHXRlsITyA Or head to https://www.invigoratetraining.com/ Or follow on IG https://www.instagram.com/christianliddle/ This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisliddle.substack.com
Today we're joined by Ricardo Emmanuel, a DJ, Photographer, Videographer, and more. He gives us insight into his creative endeavors including a project with Sean Wotherspoon at Coachella with Adidas. He's worked with brands such as Nike/Jordan, Footlocker, Merit, Usher, Instagram/meta, Adidas, Reebok, Calvin Klein! Check him out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickydirects/
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Episode 63 we have Alumni! We talk about his videography and photography career, working with Dice Soho and Trill Sammy, working with Hat Club, visiting Honduras, a crazy story while shooting and more! Hope you guys enjoy the episode!
Emily Armstrong and Pat Ivers were in their 20s but had the audacity to lug around heavy video cameras and lighting equipment. Through their relentless embrace of their passion for punk, these two women wound up creating a comprehensive video catalog of important punk icons. They accomplished all this in a male-dominated, aggressive, and sometimes violent milieu.
Welcome to another episode of How to Film Weddings! This week, we have two very special guests joining us - the team at iHeart Creative. They've made a name for themselves using super 8 film cameras to film weddings, and in this episode, we'll be chatting with them about their unique approach to wedding filmmaking and learning how they incorporate super 8 film into their projects. We'll also be discussing the challenges and rewards of working with vintage equipment and getting some tips on how you can try your hand at super 8 film in your own weddings. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind conversation!
On today's show I talk with my good friend Linda Fogg-Phillips about effectively creating habits. Leveraging habits in your life, the correct way, can be so valuable to building the business and life that you truly want. Linda has developed a super simple system for creating habits that stick and have lasting impact while exerting almost no willpower. It all starts with small intentional decisions that act as seeds which naturally grow into life-changing habits. With this system you can maintain a positive mindset in almost any situation and become an unstoppable force in this world! Key Takeaways Use the ABCs of the tiny habits system to establish an anchor moment, attach a tiny behavior to that anchor, and then celebrate every successful step. Rewards do not create habits. The positive emotions connected to instant celebration builds habits. Embrace the Maui Habit into your everyday life. Through specificity engineer routines that are built on habits and will grow your business into what you want it to be. About Linda Fogg-Phillips Linda's work focuses on behavior change and habit design. She is the Director of Tiny Habits® Academy, which offers courses that teach individuals and professionals how to create habits quickly and easily… without relying on willpower. As the mother of eight children, Linda has had her own behavior change and habit design laboratory for 37 years. She has a master's degree in Health Promotion and Exercise Physiology. Linda is the host of the soon to be launched podcast, Pearl Habits; Creating beauty and positivity from life's challenges. Linda has spent over 33 years studying health behaviors, including nutrition, fitness, and mental health. Her mission in life is to help others live a happier and healthier life by creating sustainable lifestyle behavior changes and habits that positively impact health. She has virtually coached over 15,000 people worldwide. She is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as an expert in virtual coaching, habit formation and behavior change. She is a contributing author and expert for the ACE Behavior Change Certification Program. Linda is an international author, public speaker, and consultant. She is the author of two books about understanding the online behavior of adolescents; Facebook for Parents and Facebook for Educators. Linda is a featured social media and family health expert in the media and in publications such as the New York Times, CNN, ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC. During 2009 - 2013, Linda was the adolescent behavior expert and online safety consultant for Facebook, Inc. Linda was commissioned by Facebook to write their first Facebook Online Safety Guide for Educators. Linda is a regular guest lecturer at Stanford University. In 2015, Linda was crowned Ms. United States of America Woman of Achievement. In 2018 she was awarded the title Women of Achievement Legacy Queen, which is a lifetime designation. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [4:26] Meet Linda Fogg-Phillips [7:59] Linda's story [11:40] The ABCs of the Tiny Habit system [24:52] Overcoming the awkwardness of celebration [29:12] Myths regarding habit creation [34:56] Applying habits and routine to your business [40:07] Living with a positive mindset [43:58] The human behavior behind the Tiny Habits system [52:24] The habit every business leader should create [55:22] Connect with Linda [57:16] Outro Quotes “Rewards do not create habits. Rewards are great, but it's the instant attachment of a positive motion that creates a habit.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [15:15] “The behavior needs to be so tiny that there's no resistance to doing that behavior and there's no willpower or motivation needed.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [21:51] “The reality is it's our emotions that create habits and so tapping into those emotions to use them positively to create the life that we want is really key.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [34:39] "The number one thing that's most important about habit formation is confidence. The confidence that you have the ability to make changes in your life and you have a systematic approach that actually works.- Linda Fogg-Phillips [39:17] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the 5 Day Grow Your Video Business Challenge Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Linda Fogg-Phillips online Free 5-Day Tiny Habits program Tiny Habits Coach Certification training program Pearl Habits with Linda Fogg-Phillips Follow Linda Fogg-Phillips on Instagram | Facebook Connect with Linda Fogg-Phillips on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
As a freelance videographer or photographer in 2023, it's important to stay ahead of the competition and up-to-date on the latest industry trends. Whether you're just starting out or have been in the business for a while, having a good understanding of the current landscape is essential for success. That's why I've put together this list of the top 10 tips for freelance videographers and photographers in 2023. I'll cover everything from the best gear and software to how to use social media to promote your work. Get 12 fractional shares by joining Webull: https://a.webull.com/B8fJ2rwkXIWCl9tWi2 Mine Crypto on your phone with Bee Network, the world's largest web3 interactive platform. Use my invitation code to join and get 1 Bee for free: justtheletterk. Download at https://j.bee.com/s?a=justtheletterk Mine Pi, a new digital currency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 35 million members worldwide. To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/justtheletterk and use my username (justtheletterk) as your invitation code. I've been using Cash App to send money and spend using the Cash Card. Try it using my code and we'll each get $5. DGMNRNB https://cash.app/app/DGMNRNB Music generated by Mubert https://mubert.com/render Sign up for Mubert: https://mubert.com/render/pricing?via=justtheletterk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/projectfreelance/message
It's officially 2023! For our first episode of the year, John and Nick are talking about the top 5 things you should be doing in 2023 to up your game and to make sure you're ready for real healthy growth this year. So if you're ready to make 2023 your best year yet, make sure to tune in to this week's episode of the How To Film Weddings podcast. You won't want to miss it!
On this episode of The Loverly Wedding Podcast, we welcome a true expert in the wedding industry, Jennifer Thompson. Jennifer is the head Video Director for NST Pictures, one of the top wedding cinematography studios in NYC. AND, she also has a background in wedding catering, fashion, and design. Today, Jennifer shares with us why it's important for couples to have a wedding videographer, how that process works, and what every couple should know before speaking with a videographer. Find out about wedding reels, why they've gotten so popular, and how you can brief your wedding videographer to capture the authentic moments that you'll want to watch for years to come! In this episode we talk about: How to find a wedding videographer The difference between classic wedding videos and reels How to design a wedding video vision with your vendor How to capture the authentic moments on your wedding day The importance of video editing & more! Where to find us: @nstpictures @loverly The free resources: www.nstpictures.com www.loverly.com
I knew that this was going to be insightful. @mousburna and I haven't had a ton of interaction but the energy matching has always been there. Mousley has really settled into the SLC Hip-Hop scene as a mainstay in the last 5 years. More than that though, his work ethic has opened doors for him in any venture he has pursued. From basketball at a young age to being in the Roller Blading community at a high level. He has constantly harbored a competetive fire that translates into his everyday life. Take a moment with us as two new friends talk, reminisce, and drop some life gems that are for everyone to draw their own inspiration from. Enjoy! Short Story Bingo website: https://shortstorybingo.podbean.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GabinoGrhymes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shortstorybingo/ Tap in with Mousley: IG: https://www.instagram.com/_mousley_/ FBs: https://www.facebook.com/justin.mousley Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2NV67PFxPewqk0Hy9VaXoj?si=kqJP4vDzTpSi7XZHdwG_7Q SPONSORS: NONE RIGHT NOW - Dammit... Thank you to our supporters, we worked hard to bring this to you. We hope you ENJOY this new episode of Short...Story...Bingo! Please like, share, rate, comment, subscribe, and hit the bell! It really helps. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org #JustinMousley #GabinoGrhymes #hiphop #Utah #saltlakecity #slc #podcast #ourstories #shortstorybingo #rollerblading #basketball #blogger #interview
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This week, I'm joined by one of my absolute best friends and a frequent collaborator on my musical endeavors, Brandon Ferriero! Brandon is an expert videographer with a wide set of skills and an even wider resume. He's worked on sets big and small, reality TV shows, with indie artists, actors and of course his speciality, music videos.Join us as we discuss our respective fields - me as an audio-focused musician and him as a visually-based videographer. We cover broad topics like cancel culture, social media and AI - but we also share more about our passions and what goes into keeping them going and making money off of them.I really enjoyed this conversation with and I know you'll appreciate our rapport and some of the topics covered!-SullyEpisode Notes:(0:00) - Introduction(1:35) - Guest Brendan Ferraro showcase, some more background(3:11) - How Brendan got started in video, mixing your passion and money(8:49) - Small-time vs. bigger industry shoots, the different roles(14:22) - Some of Brendan's higher level work and how the big dawgs handle content(21:22) - The future of video, general tech discussion(30:42) - AI content, how tech improvements alter our future(33:24) - How tech companies operate, the key is anticipation(36:04) - How did music videos become “it” for Brendan, the business aspect of it(42:53) - The evolution of Brendan's style(48:37) - How I linked up with Brendan, “Bad Things, Good Locations” and some other projects we worked on(59:40) - Will Brendan step out from behind the camera? Some ideas for the future(1:04:05) - Testing out different POV shots for music videos(1:06:18) - “Where do you see the future of audio going?”, ownership, labels, tech and more(1:15:28) - Creating, being authentic and following your beliefs(1:21:20) - Forging your own path, Twitter and social media use(1:27:19) - Cancel culture(1:33:09) - The media side of production, how video trends shift and adapting to them(1:39:00) - The fate of Tik Tok, data privacy(1:44:38) - Brendan's wider aspirations(1:50:20) - Approaching projects as a collaboration, the power of working together :)(1:55:23) - Episode wrap-up__________________________________________________CONNECT WITH MEPodcast Links - https://linktr.ee/sullybopLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sullybop/recent-activity/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sullybop/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sullybopCHECK OUT "Bad Things Good Locations": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq2xEVQWxVMCONNECT WITH BRANDON FERRIEROExeter LLC: https://www.instagram.com/exeterllc/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ferrarib98/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@UCkhpC6h_5mdPpgcHX-vAOIg NEW Video "Sunrise": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIiGTAv1W_Y___________________________________________________Thank you for helping us become a top 10% podcast in the world! Previous Guests Include Rob Dyrdek, Samad Savage, Travis Chappell, Austin Belcak,
Welcome back to the How To Film Weddings Podcast! This week John and Nick are joined by Osiris & Michele of Modern Love Productions in Miami, FL. They share their unique, edgy but luxurious style and how they have gone from the $2-3k range to booking their first $10k wedding! They share their view on networking, and how saying yes to opportunities has helped grow their business.
On today's show we talk with Matt Clark about overcoming mental and emotional roadblocks that are hindering both yourself and your business from being all that they can be. Matt shares personal stories from his heart, and his research in psychology, to walk through overcoming the imposter syndrome that will sabotage your success and fulfillment. Overcoming this and fixing the lens through which you view the world will change everything in your life and business. Don't let these things hold you back any longer. You have what it takes to reach higher than your highest goals and close the biggest deal of your video production career. Key Takeaways Be honest with yourself to come to a point of clarity in your mindset. Do what it takes to fix your perspective of yourself and the world. Value and honor yourself so that you can confidently charge what you are truly worth. Follow Matt's framework to believe in yourself and see your business succeed. About Matt Clark Matt Clark is a Speaker and expert Team Strategist. His focus on the neuroscience of belief formation and core belief transformation, coupled with his experience as a NASCAR championship Pit Crew Coach for drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson, gives him a unique perspective on mindset and performance. Matt understands the challenges of imposter syndrome, developing leaders, building teams and achieving results in an extremely competitive environment. His passion is to help high performers build a championship mindset as well as helping business leaders develop teams that drive performance. Along with doing time as an on air analyst for FOX Sports1, Matt has presented at conferences for AIRGAS International, CORNING USA, S&D Coffee, Grand Canyon University. He's also appeared on numerous podcasts including Fireprenuers, the 80/20 Podcast, Indie Pods Unite, the Joe Soto Show and Tenaciously Human. His personal and professional journey has given him valuable insights and experience on life and business. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [2:47] Meet Matt Clark [4:45] A quick fun story [6:44] Matt's personal journey [13:45] The moment of realization that changed everything [21:58] The importance of recognizing the imposter syndrome [25:13] Keys to unlocking your potential and overcoming the imposter syndrome [37:57] The power of the subconscious [43:39] Monitoring the inputs of your mind [57:33] Connect with Matt Clark [58:31] Outro Quotes "What I consider success nowadays is building strong relationships and empowering people to unlock the potential.” - Matt Clark [4:16] “If you have experienced trauma, and it's not your fault, you have to forgive yourself” - Matt Clark [34:32] “I want people to be released from, hey, I'm not enough to like, you know what, I am enough.” - Matt Clark [37:45] “Let's start with the things that people see in us that are good.” - Ryan Koral [54:48] “The stories we tell ourselves are the lives we live out and our beliefs drive our destiny.” - Matt Clark [57:09] Quotes "What I consider success nowadays is building strong relationships and empowering people to unlock the potential.” - Matt Clark [4:16] “If you have experienced trauma, and it's not your fault, you have to forgive yourself” - Matt Clark [34:32] “I want people to be released from, hey, I'm not enough to like, you know what, I am enough.” - Matt Clark [37:45] “Let's start with the things that people see in us that are good.” - Ryan Koral [54:48] “The stories we tell ourselves are the lives we live out and our beliefs drive our destiny.” - Matt Clark [57:09] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Matt Clark online Follow Matt Clark on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Connect with Matt Clark on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Tony and Eric sit down with another in studio guest, Creative, Fitness Pro, Yoga Instructor, Videographer, creator and owner of DenOfZyn, and Yoga-Ish, Inc. Coach P. Things get steamy in the studio as the cohosts talk to Coach P. about the services he provides to his clients. Today is all about wellness and spirituality. Tune in for another episode of Hung Up Pod LIVE. You can find Coach P on IG: @thatscoachp @yogaishdfw @denofzyn Twitter: @denofzyn Subscribe to our YouTube!!! Subscribe to the podcast here - https://linktr.ee/HungUpPod Interested in being a guest or have a topic to discuss? Email us at email@example.com Hosts: Eric Cole IG/Twitter - @hunguppod TikTok - hunguppodcast Tony Purnell IG/TikTok - @TonyPurnellLightworker Twitter - @TonyLightworker Producer: Marquise Richards IG/TikTok/Twitter - @MarquiseDavon YouTube: Assistant Producer Matt Jackson IG - Mattisrich_ Creative Director Sterling Grimes IG: @sterlyg Music Credit: One To One Make It-Rob Barbato