Filmmaking Finance – A Guide To Videographer and Filmmaker Money
One of the questions I get asked most at Filmmaking Lifestyle is about wealth, money and filmmaking finance. Lots of people ask how I maintain my lifestyle and a question that often comes up is filmmaker finances. This article will give you solid tips on…
The World We Live In and How To Spearhead The Digital Resistance
It’s important to be aware of all the great opportunities there are for us out there in the digital world. This post will address some of my beliefs about opportunity and really getting yourself out there and seen. THE WORLD WE LIVE IN Most people…
The P-Word And What Outcomes We Can Expect When Mastering The Business of Filmmaking
When you start going down a path towards developing your filmmaking and your business, you’re going to want to focus a lot on your mindset. We’re not just talking positive thinking here. We’re going to look at focusing on overall self-development. You will come to…
How To Find Your Voice, Your Market And Elevate Your Career In Filmmaking
When it comes to learning any new skill, one of the big issues that a lot of people have from the beginning is too much information. We do, of course, live in the information age. We should feel special that we live in such a thriving and ever-growing era, where information about absolutely anything is at our finger tips. Gone are the days when someone would have to to wait until they could speak to someone face-to-face in order to find an answer to a problem.
Media, Reality TV and It’s Effect on Your Filmmaking and Business
We’ve touched on social conditioning and how it affects our business decisions and identity before. Social conditioning affects all areas on life on all levels. There’s actually evidence that suggests that people grow old and die because of social conditioning. Teachers like Deepak Chopra in…
Working With Clients – How To Deal With Clients As a Freelancer
Working with clients is one of the most important aspects of video business. Because if you don’t work with clients, then you aren’t running a video company! It’s as simple as that. If you’re dealing with people as a freelance filmmaker/videography, then you’re going to have…
How To Think The Right Way As a Filmmaker
We’re going to get down into the rabbit hole with today’s post. This is one of the most detailed posts I’ve ever written about success and mindset. This post is all about getting your mind right and thinking in the right way to maximize business…
Failure Is Just Feedback And Reframing
Welcome to today’s post. I’m going to be covering the idea of failure as just being feedback today. Not only that, but I have a great NLP technique to share with you that has improved my life greatly. I also want to give you a…
Is Screenwriting Using the Three Act Structure Still Relevant?
I used to hate the 3 act structure simply because that’s the formula you see in every screenwriting book. How can you create art following such a restricting structure? I’ve changed my mind since. There are a lot a great filmmakers who express their full…
3 Great Techniques For Letting Go and Letting the Writing Flow
Recently, I wrote about some of the difficulties inherent in writing, and tackled some issues concerning writer’s block in a post about how to Just Let Go of Everything and Write! Today, I have some more practical ideas for blasting past writer’s block and really…
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