You may be thinking, why do I need a coach? That’s a great question. In “Rich Dad Poor Dad” author Robert Kiyosaki writes that the first thing he invests in is his mind.
So before you buy your next piece of gear, hire that staffer or create that next video, think about talking to a professional filmmaker with years of experience. What could it hurt? Where else can you talk directly with someone who creates professional video for high end clients day in and day out and ask them your questions?
So, where do you begin?
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