You’ve just spent time and energy creating videos for your business, sending them through compliance, uploading them to YouTube, embedding them in your website, sharing them on social media, and sending them in emails. But you’re not quite done yet!
Check out all the gear you get when you sign up for Idea Kit! There’s a stand, a light, a mic and more. Ironstone’s Andrea Schlapia, coach to financial advisor teams across the country, opens up her Idea Kit box for the big reveal.
When Jeannie MacDonald was in third grade, Miss Campbell showed the class a painting of a barnyard at dusk as a writing prompt. Already a die-hard movie fan (and budding drama queen), Jeannie wove a Spielberg-worthy cinematic tale of sheep scurrying for cover …
Thanks to the power of your phone, making videos is easier than ever. You don’t have to be an Einstein to flip to selfie mode, press the red dot, and start talking. But as you’ve probably noticed on YouTube, just because you can make a video doesn’t mean that the video is good.
Ever get asked where you want to go for dinner and suddenly you draw a blank?
All the new places you’ve been wanting to try suddenly disappeared from memory. Your list of “old standbys” vanished too. “Where should we eat?” echoes loudly in your head. When it happens to me, I pull out my phone and find the local Eater list of best new restaurants in Portland.