What’s YOUR message?

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What’s your message? A question you’ve no doubt pondered a zillion times. Maybe. Well just in case you haven’t, we pondered it for you. Here, in this video starring….me. We’d LOVE to know what you think about it. Please send to everyone you know? It’s this burning desire in the very core of the EJC Productions heart to know that you’ve thought about your message. And yes, how we can help you deliver it. Promotion, baby!!!

Why Video?

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People often ask, why video?  I need them to understand that video is a phenomenal tool to motivate the audience to either purchase your brand or to buy your product.  Take a look at most media today and you will see that video is usually included as a persons marketing venture.  Remember marketing is the outward push from your company towards the consumer.  Sales is the inward response from the consumer towards the business.

Just Do Something

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Here is a thought when it comes to being creative.  Sometimes you just have to do something to create something.  Say you want to write a book, but you don’t know how to start.   Just start writing.  Say you want to start taking pictures but don’t know how to compose.  Just start taking snap shots.  Say you want to make a movie.  Just write the script.  If  you don’t start the process you will never finish it.  Then you will watch your entire life pass by wondering what if.

Dyer Video Shoot

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So… Today I got a quick prompter job with a couple friends, Darren Dyer and Rob Poole. Let me explain how a prompter job works. — remember when the President got messed up when the TelePrompTer glitched and he was stopped live on tv. Yes that’s what I did tonight. The client was a corporate client who I can’t divulge. But we were doing a promo piece with the text written out. These jobs are actually fun to do as I get to interact with everyone. As opposed to other roles where it can get kinda boring. So… Take a word doc, and follow a person reading the words on … Continued