Oct 19, 2017
In this episode Bruce chats with young videographer Sean Coolahan who began a business on creating memory videos for those wanting to save precious memories for families. Sean takes images, conducts interviews, and creates amazing videos so family memories can be saved for future generations. Find out how Sean started his business as a young videographer. You can learn more about Sean at www.yourmemoryvideos.com
The tune of the week is One Set to Freedom by the Killin’ Time Band from their album by the same name. You can learn more about www.killintimeband.com
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Are you an artist, author, musician, or entrepreneur with talent, experience, or a dream? If so this is the podcast for you. This is a podcast that helps you take that creative itch and offers you ways to turn it into a viable business, product, or service. I am not going to show you how to get rich, you can find other shows for that! I am going to show you through the eyes of others how you can take an idea or talent, and make it something that brings you money in over time allowing you to do something that you love for the rest of your life. The show features topics, interviews, and ideas to take your creative ideas and turn them into profitable ideas. Want to know how a musician takes their love of music and makes a living? How about learning how a cartoonist created a business because he loves to draw? The show interviews real people actually making money from their creative crafts hopefully helping you to do the same.
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