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The client suddenly sends you an email out of the blue, “We’ve decided to go in a different direction”
How many ideas you should present in your pitch? The answer depends not on your ideas, but on your confidence.
If you’re like most firms, you present your ideas from a beautifully printed book. This week’s HOW #4 reveals why that’s a mistake.
Instead of growing your small studio – and your current problems along with it – Joel and Tim discuss examples of putting two habits in place: The Three R’s and The Splits.
When you give over control of your ideas, you lower your position from a leader to a lowly order taker. And devalue your brilliant ideas down to a mere email attachment.
Think ahead and make sure your creative firm has the slow seasons covered.
Perhaps the real reason you hate pitching is that you’re just not very good at it.
These 6 Reports – which if run weekly – will solve issues proactively by providing you with time to implement solutions… before problems arise.
Running a small studio (below $500K US in annual revenue) is exhausting. Here are the two key habits proven to consistently move small motion design and production studios forward.
This diagram reveals the #1 reason most creative firm owners can’t sleep. It turns out, there are seven of them.