The Most Important Takeaways On How To Run A Better Film Business w/ Matt & Ryan

November 20, 2017

Well, we’ve made it to episode 50, and what a ride it’s been thus far. When we started Studio Sherpas in 2015, and this podcast a year ago, we had no idea the impact that it would have on us and our own businesses.

We were driven by a desire to share our stories and knowledge to help struggling filmmakers to run better businesses and bust through obstacles that were keeping them from producing the types of films they wanted to, at the budget they wanted to. But as it turns out, we’ve ended up taking away as much as we’ve tried to give.

So in this, our 50th episode, we want to look back at some of the most important lessons that we’ve learned from both our amazing guests, and the inspiring community that Studio Sherpas has become! Whether you’re a new or long-time listener of the show, we know that you’ll find the lessons we discuss in this episode as relevant now as in the original episodes, so let’s dive in!

We would absolutely LOVE to hear from you on what your favorite episodes have been and some of your biggest takeaways from the show. Let us know in the comments!

 

In this episode:

  • A look back at our favorite episodes, and the key learnings we took away from them
  • The importance of community and learning from others
  • What it means to be a Sherpa for your clients
  • How your mental fitness is affection your business
  • How to approach doing the work YOU want to do, and create opportunities for yourself

 

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Check out the full episodes that we mentioned today (in order of mention)

 

Episode 28: Does Your Business Allow You the Freedom to Take Smart Risks? w/ Abraham Joffe

Episode 1: The Importance of Story w/ Patrick Moreau

Episode 40: How is Mental Fitness Affecting Your Creative Business w/ Adrien Kohler

Episode 18: The Business of Being Creative w/ Sean Lowe

Episode 46: How to Create Your Own Dream Job w/ Whitney Powell

Episode 34: Why You Need To Ditch the Shortcuts and Do the Work w/ Dane Sanders