In this episode, I'm chatting with my friend Holly Gillen, who is the founder of Holly G Studios.
Hear how Holly's life reflection at 30 years old led her to start her own production business.
Holly empowers modern online entrepreneurs, thought leaders and influencers to go from confused to confident and from fearful to fearless on both sides of the camera.
She teaches them the skills they need to create not just videos, but Business Cinema™ Business Cinema is the way that she likes to describe the next level video. Video with a plan, a purpose, a strategy, and a system. Not just creating a video for the sake of creating a video, but creating videos that actually move your business forward.
Holly started her career video production in 2008 as a Camera Operator, Producer, and Editor working with big industry names including the Sundance Channel, Sony Music, Nick.com, HBO, Bono, Big Time Rush, Forest Whitaker and many others.
Her skills and experience run the...
You've probably heard before that entrepreneurship isn't for everyone, which probably makes you question your ability to launch a startup .
But for many aspiring entrepreneurs, the desire to do something on their own and be in charge of their own destiny is enough motivation to leave a 9-to-5 job -- regardless of their current professional status.
Pursuing entrepreneurship is not only a career choice but a lifestyle choice, so you want to make sure you are doing it for the right reasons. If you are starting up only to gain money or power, you will not likely achieve success.
Questioning if you're cut out for entrepreneurship is normal (ACTUALLY IT'S IMPORTANT TO QUESTION YOURSELF).
On today's episode, I am sharing how to know if you're really ready for entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship is no walk in the park. As a new entrepreneur gearing up to start a business or a business owner who’s recently opened your doors, there’s a lot of uncertainty ahead of you. Business failure isn't something you want to think about when you start a business. But according to the SBA, about one-fifth of business startups fail within a year.
Here are the top seven reasons for business failure and what you can do to avoid them.
Businesses fail because of the lack of short-term and long-term planning. Your plan should include where your business will be in the next few months to the next few years. Include measurable goals and results. The right plan will include specific to-do lists with dates and deadlines.
Failing to plan can be a major business fail.
" If you don’t prepare a business plan, your initial enthusiasm will fade and most likely you will fail."
There are many people...