Three key lessons I learned during the production of our short film doc that I think are particularly useful for those of you who are used to being 1-man (or woman) shows.Read more "Production Lessons from Our Creative Mornings Documentary (Part 2 of 3)"
Part 1 in a 3-part series about the lessons learned in producing our Creative Mornings short film documentary. Today I cover pre-production.Read more "How and Why to Make a Short Film Documentary with No Budget – Part 1"
It is my hope that both this film and the story behind the making of it will inspire all you creatives to push yourself, pursue your craft with passion, conviction and purpose.Read more "World Wide Web Premiere of our Creative Mornings Documentary"
How a mishap led to an opportunity to do something magnificent!Read more "When Mishaps Lead to Magnificence"
The lessons I learned making three 10-second films are valuable lessons for any filmmaker to heed.Read more "My Top 7 Lessons Making Three 10-Second Films"
If you want to be a filmmaker, you have to make films. Here are two up-coming competitions you should seriously consider. They offer amazing exposure and one of them has a half-million dollar grand prize and the opportunity to be produced by Ridley Scott!Read more "YouTube and Leadercast Film Competitions"
Religion today is very much a big business. Billions of dollars a year is spent on books, tapes, videos, seminars, etc. We’ve come to expect it as a society. But, there seems to be another form of “business and religion” growing in popularity. “Regular” businesses (for lack of a better word), infusing religion (or faith) […]Read more "Should You Mix Religion and Business?"
Just because the tide is out, doesn’t mean there’s less water in the ocean. ~ Seth Godin on the economy I came across this exclusive interview with best-selling author and transcendental marketer Seth Godin. Seth is one of the speakers at this year’s Chick-fil-A Leadercast, an inspiring and educational event designed for leaders of all […]Read more "Seth Godin Asks: Are You Willing to Fire Your Customers?"