In this episode, Den will be walking you through the discussion about the importance of knowing your target market. He will be explaining why juggling several clients from different sectors isn’t the most beneficial plan. He will be talking about how well you and your business can grow when you engage with your market. Moreover, he will be sharing essential points about how you communicate and get to know your clients.
In this episode, Den shares his insights and some that he learned from Jocko Willink, the author of Extreme Ownership and the owner of Echelon Front. Here, he discusses how his “why” pushed him to become the best version of himself. He also touched on the importance of a personal purpose in achieving success.
Are you someone who wants to start a video production business despite having no background? Don’t worry! In this episode, Gareth Carr shares how he was able to overcome this barrier and how his passion fired up his desire to veer away from his comfort zone. He started as a land surveyor, but his first lapse video posted on Twitter jumpstarted his video production career.
Having the right tool is essential for any professional who wants to step up their game. The right camera can give filmmakers the user experience they want. However, if you ask ten different entrepreneurs about their ideal camera package, you get ten different answers. What’s the right one for you, and how much does it matter?
In this episode, we meet with Mick Jones again as he talks about how content curation is increasingly becoming a crucial part of any video business. Mick has decades of experience working in the film industry, and he knows how business practices evolved year after year. We used to host a podcast together back in 2012, and now he runs his own business called Filthy Look Films.
The approach to video production back then had a more linear structure. However, as the years go by, the industry slowly evolved and became complicated. In this episode, Mick Jones will give you an overview of how the video industry landscape changed over the years and what kinds of clients and competitions are getting in the equation. Listen in further so you’ll have an idea of what production model to adopt for your business.
In this episode, Den talks about five books that will change your perspective on business and life in general. He uses Audible, an app that lets you download great books in the form of podcasts so you can listen to them anytime. You can even set them into 1.5x speed to help you cover more ground in a day.
Today, Den chats with Adam Forgione, a long-time businessman, video producer, and musician. His work background enabled him to come up with the idea of building a music library called Select Music Library. He is now working on this breakthrough project to make a difference in the lives of people.
Knowledge is power, and sometimes it can lead to more profits too. Knowing how cash flows in and out of your business can help you make wiser decisions. Unfortunately, a lot of entrepreneurs miss out by not correctly tracking their financials.
In this podcast episode, Adam Forgione proudly details the steps on how he managed to rebuild his business and focus on corporate video production. As an expert in teaching business for filmmakers and video producers, he is going to set forth the key drivers of corporate commercial angle, marketing, business, and selling. These are his secret ingredients for running a large business from scratch.