Episode 7 of Digitally Built brings you a couple of Chris and Jesse’s latest thoughts on setting protocols for your workflow, and how to future proof the management of all your data. We also discuss meeting clients needs based on their needs, not yours.
A story is the basic building block of any film, book, song, photo, website, etc. Without knowing the story, it’s hard to know your direction, and where you’re going. We discuss what we look at when developing a story.
Tax Season just passed, but as we all know, keeping a business going finically never stops, and neither does paying taxes. We talk about a couple of ways to prepare for small business tax time. We also discuss lots of new toys from NAB including Hexolux lights, and Black Magic Pocket Camera
In this episode we discuss creating life goals. Building a business and maintaining a social/family life takes a lot of work, and by planning out future goals can help keep you on track for what you really want in life. We also discuss apps for business and creative productivity, as well as the importance of knowing your tools in your work.
We interview Kyle Dettman who is the video director for Reach Records. We discuss his career and insights of becoming a video director for an independent hip-hop record label. We also discuss Netflix’s “House Of Cards”, and the online model that is taking over the way we watch shows and movies.
In this episode we borrow an article from Michael Hyatt on Eight Great Leadership lessons that he learned from Martin Luther King,jrs famous I Have a Dream speech. We relate these leadership skills to our own businesses. We also discuss film gear such as the Panasonic GH3, Sony F35, Black Magic Cinema Camera, and other odds and ends. We also announce our first guest coming in episode 3