EPISODE

200

It’s Time For Another Party! The 200th Episode Celebration!

WITH Ryan Koral

Overview

It’s hard to believe it – 200 episodes! When I started this podcast, I never imagined that I’d make it to 200 episodes. But here we are. I know I’m here today because of you. I do this show on a weekly basis for you. Your countless messages of gratitude keep me going.

This episode is going to be different. I have a bunch of really amazing and fun messages from listeners like you. It really is both a joy and honor to make this show and get to know so many of you. Some of you have been there from the beginning. Others have recently started listening. Either way, I really appreciate you coming along with me on this amazing journey.

With that in mind, I’m turning the mic over to you. This episode is full of messages from my many listeners who share some takeaways from the show over the years. We’ve learned a lot together and I want to hear how you all have benefited over the last 200 episodes.

If you weren’t able to send in a message for the episode but want to share how Studio Sherpas has helped you in your business and/or life, I’d love it if you left a comment below!

What are some of your biggest takeaways from this show? Leave a comment below!

In this Episode

  • My expressions of gratitude for the people who make this show possible [4:10]
  • Key takeaways and messages of thanks from listeners [10:55]
  • What’s coming next on this podcast [46:18]

Quotes

11:25“The biggest takeaway has been to really think about our business much more; to not just see ourselves as creatives but as business owners.” - Matt
17:54“The biggest takeaway has been to really think about our business much more; to not just see ourselves as creatives but as business owners.” - Matt
19:47“Ryan is as raw and human as it gets which is awesome because it inspires everyone else to be the same way.” - Maxwell
33:07“We learn very quickly that clients have needs. Once you address your client’s needs, the money will follow.” - Jeff
44:17“There are times when I’ve gone through difficulties. During those times it was really helpful to have Ryan’s raw authenticity about struggles that he had gone through and how he’s overcome them. It gave me hope that it was possible to get out of these things.”

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Host

Ryan Koral

Ryan Koral is an entrepreneur, producer and business strategist from Tell Studios, a video production agency with a big heart for authentic stories that build brands and inspire action. He’s a husband (mostly happily for like 16+ years), has 3 kiddos, and has an annoying – but infectious – laugh.

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