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Jumpstart Sessions for your Videography Business

Author: Michael Gebben

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Jumpstart Sessions is designed to give Filmmakers & Videographers a much needed resource in the areas of business & mindset, it could be work load, rates you're charging, work/life balance, what you love and hate most, etc…. There is plenty of tech info out there but not enough helping to create Clarity, Confidence, & Connection
which in turn will give you more TIME, MONEY, FUN, & FREEDOM!

My name is Michael Gebben or as most call me GEBBS :) I've been in videography for a long time, I started my Video Production Company at the age of 19 with no college and have traveled the world shooting weddings, events and working with some of the biggest names in the world such as Richard Branson, Tim Ferriss, Lewis Howes, Tony Robbins and more.

Today, I pour my focus and energy into mentoring and coaching Filmmakers & Videographers in the areas of business & mindset so they can have a business & life they've always dreamed of.

There are "Solo Sessions", "One on One Coaching Sessions", & "Guest Sessions (Expert Interrogations)".
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Martin's long term goal is to have an powerhouse video production studio, but right now is seeking consistency and financial stability with his work. He has experience with both video production and motion graphics, and wants to create branding for clients. Currently he has two large clients but wants to decide what the best route is to go next in order to grow. In this episode, we will discuss: 80/20 rule  How to find the right clients  Hiring a team  
RJ was recently let go from his job so he was faced with the opportunity to go full time with his videography. He has been taking on a variety of different jobs to find where his true passion lies, which may or may not be weddings.  Going full time unexpectedly  Experimenting with different gigs  Boutique business model
Cliff is really interested in the storytelling and cinematic aspects of videography and has been getting work with various clients, from real estate to weddings. We talk about how to take the exciting aspects of filmmaking and apply them to a niche client, such as real estate.
Steve is a musician who initially invested in photo and video equipment to create his own creative ventures, but it quickly turned into a side business. He has been doing a little bit of everything and has been struggling with a lack of focus and isn't sure what the next steps are. In this episode, we will discuss:   Variety VS depth   Leveraging strengths and outsourcing weaknesses
Reina recently moved to the US from Japan and wants to step into the videography world. She doesn't have much experience outside of photography and she doesn't have any connections in the industry or her area. We talk about how to leverage her previous work and photography skills into making new connections while exploring videography. In this episode, we will discuss:   Making connections in a new area  Reaching out to offer videos to network and practice  Staying top of mind & following up
Berryl was on the track for a career he wasn't interested in and started questioning what made him happy. He stumbled into videography through offering his service to help others and because of his growth mindset has been seeing success.
In this special BIRTHDAY live solo episode, I want to talk to you about one of the most important things I have learned so far in life - which is to TRUST myself and my INTUITION. Depending on your personality type, it can be easy or difficult to trust others, but it is once we learn to listen to ourselves that the most powerful shift in clarity can happen.
Kelly has a degree in broadcasting and has been filming wedding videos for about three years. This last year, she has focused more on her wedding video production as a serious business. She has heard she needs to diversify her revenue streams as a videographer to create more income. We talk through her processes and dissect what her own needs are for running a successful wedding business.
In this solo episode of Jumpstart Sessions, we dig into the fear behind not quitting secure day jobs. The catalyst to change and following your passion can be confidence. In this episode, we will also discuss: Why you aren't quitting your job or succeeding in business Advice from someone who spends $4,000 a day in Facebook ads What causes us to change
Tracen recently discovered videography, and is currently balancing a full time job, school, video projects and being a husband and father. He's in the experimentation stage where he can decide what direction he wants to focus on in video - but will he need to cut something else from his workload? In this episode, we will discuss: Getting work as you build a portfolio Good free work VS bad free work SHOW NOTES 1:22 Tracen introduces himself and his experience in the video production world 7:30 Do you REALLY want to do weddings & the experimentation stage 11:09 A/B split testing results of video with no words (music only) vs one with testimonials  15:12 Helping clients see the value in video 22:00 Value ladder 23:35 Utilizing events to get footage of potential clients 29:30 Giveaway on social media concept 40:05 Same day edits 45:30 Advice for someone who wants to edit but doesn't have a portfolio for editing 48:09 Free to Fee 49:07 Market saturation 50:17 Good vs Bad free work  Website advice  
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