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Your question can be about the 7-Figure Small theme we’ve been exploring, audience building, business models, product creation, or the go-forward prospects for the MCU after Avengers: Endgame.
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Now, on to this week’s episode.
When you think of the entrepreneurial hustle, filmmakers are not the first to come to mind. But they are a really good example of the mindset and drive that are required of a 7-Figure Small startup.
The broader world of business is moving more toward the Hollywood model of work: forming teams of talent based on what needs to be done, not the illusion of permanent employment. Studios and indie filmmakers have been operating this way since … always.
Zeke Zelker is not only an entrepreneurial filmmaker, he’s also a creative pioneer at the forefront of transmedia. Not sure what that means? You’re definitely going to want to tune in, because it’s fascinating stuff.
Plus, Zeke has a 4-phase approach to the way he gets his projects done. Through our conversation, I relate how Zeke’s framework for film projects is applicable to just about anyone who utilizes audience, indie talent, and technology to create a big impact from a tiny business.
Also, don’t miss the final installment in Kat’s series on designing a killer home office:
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unemployable: curated by kat
There are two type of people when it comes to work/life balance: segragators who can switch it off after work, and integrators who struggle to separate work and life (which is most people). If you run your own business, I’m pretty sure which category you fall in. Don’t worry, you can handle it (get some smart tips in this piece).
“Marketing automation makes it possible to scale your email marketing efforts without adding more resources or time. You’re able to take repetitive tasks and build workflows to do these tasks automatically for you, based on certain factors that you’ll decide.”
Always Connected, Yet Feeling Lonely | Thrive Global
We discussed loneliness last week, and it’s becoming a serious issue — especially for those of us who work on our own. And while a legit online community can help, social media does not qualify. Let’s all make sure we’re keeping it real with real connections.
Are you a “Best,” or a “Thanks!” kind of email sign off person? If you’re like me, you switch it up because know your it depends on who you’re communicating with, right? This article breaks down the best way to end a work email according to etiquette experts.
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