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Oct 17, 2015

Most people recognize the path to business growth is scary. The piece many people miss is the particularly boring, long road to success you’ve been on for years. You use everything you have to make it happen before finally realizing your dream. By seeding yourself along the way and using your skills as a freelancer or entrepreneur, you can cut out the middleman and save your client some cash while building relationships. Those relationships, both business and personal, are more important than any other aspect of what you do. They can make or break you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:10] Rock Star dreams led me to LA

[3:25] The risk of building my first studio

[7:05] Risk tolerance for a wa-ntrepreneur

[10:18] Recognizing a catalyst for business change

[11:25] The process of finding my new space

[13:32] Livin’ the edge of the hustle for financing

[16:17] Investing and growing the business

[19:09] The importance of relationships in business

[21:26] As a producer you shouldn’t have an ego

[24:03] Using everything you have to make it happen

[27:03] A skill based job which removes the middle man

[30:15] Boredom is part of the job

[33:24] Birth of the business

[35:12] The bamboo career example

[38:36] An entrepreneur needs structure too

[41:45] Taking time for your relationship

[44:22] Technology overload

[48:50] Passion mitigates the risk when you do what you love

 

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