Part of our mission at Dare Dreamer FM is to encourage and empower creative entrepreneurs in their craft and commerce. One way we do that is via business resources.
In addition to the podcasts we produce, we’re also in the process of adding resources to aid in your business as a professional creative. Most of the resources will be free of charge to Dare Dreamer FM members (Currently only $4.95/month or $49.95 for the year) until September 30. Many of the freebies will be temporarily available to the whole world for a week if you subscribe to our email list.
Here’s what we’ve added recently:
“Frames Rates & Shutter Speed” will break down everything you need to know about the differences between frame rates and shutter speed, in simple to understand language. (Free to Premium Members and free for email subscribers for the foreseeable future.
As a professional creative, when proposing a project to your client, you need to set expectations and get direction. There’s no better way to do that than with a creative brief. This template and example will make the most green creative entrepreneur will look like a seasoned pro. DDfm members get it free, only $14.95 for non-members.
Get it in writing. That’s what you have to do when you enter into any kind of agreement with a client. I can’t tell you how many horror stories of heard about newbie creative entrepreneurs getting burned by clients, or getting into over-commitments, all because they never put in writing exactly what they were delivering. We have three contract templates to get you started: one for weddings, one for corporate work, and one for hiring sub-contractors. These contracts are specifically worded for videographers, but can be easily modified to fit just about any creative service. Free indefinitely to DDfm Premium Members, only $19.95 for non-members.
Soft-Launch Membership Rates Ending September 30
Everything I listed above is FREE of charge for Premium Members, which you can become for as little as $4.95/month. After the 30th, the monthly and yearly rate will go to the “Introductory Rate.” It’ll still be less than whatever the long-term rate will be, but will be more than it is now. So, act now!
(click here for the monthly membership)
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