Ready to take your creator business to the next level? Join host Eric Farber and his guests while they explore the Creator Economy.
What does it take to be a creator, the business side of creating and well…. Creating.
It has never been a better time in history to be a creator. Whether you're a filmmaker, digital creator, influencer Eric Farber is the Founder and CEO of Creators' Legal, the world's first DIY Platform for Content Creators.
He is a former entertainment attorney that represented the Tupac Shakur Estate for over 18 years as well as hundreds of filmmakers, musicians, writers, producers and a few hundred pro-athletes. He is the bestselling author of "The Case for Culture" about growing your business through culture.
Creators' Legal, helping Creators get Legal! www.CreatorsLegal.com
Naeem Mahmood and Mood Ventures, when Peak Performance is what matters. www.NaeemMahmood.com
8 - The power of coaching with Naeem Mahmood
Have you ever wondered - what do you really want? This question helps high performance coach Naeem Mahmood achieve major breakthroughs with his clients. Naeem Mahmood began his career as an economist after he graduated with honors from NYU. After working on Wall Street, he realized that his true purpose was to inspire human beings to achieve their fullest potential. As a Creator, Naeem provides leadership, inspiration, motivation and education with his media, workshops and lectures. He successfully founded his company Mood Ventures and through it has given consultancy to different companies, executives and entrepreneurs in areas like leadership, organizational behavior, psychology of achievement and sales mastery to empower them
On this episode we explore Naeem's journey on how he became a passionate adviser and consultant for different leaders. And discover how you can apply some of his powerful insights for achieving your personal best in health, fitness and life.
7 – A Conversation with D Sharp, Official DJ for the Golden State Warriors.
There is no doubt D Sharp is one of the most gifted producers and remix artists out there. From an early age D Sharp was passionate about music and creating tracks. Starting as a young kid in his bedroom, fascinated with music and grabbing secondhand equipment from the older kids in the neighborhood, he knew he wanted to make music a career. He had his first pro gig at 15 and quickly escalated in the hip-hop world. He soon understood to become a master in his craft and make a career it was a 24/7 job. He has toured the world with A-listers like Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg and the Black-Eyed Peas. His amazing journey has brought him to his dream job, the official DJ for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors.
Join our host Eric Farber and D Sharp as they get into what it takes to rise to the highest levels of the DJ world.
6 - Tico & Ligia Invictus: How This Creator Couple Have Built their Business Through Instagram
Ever wonder how to use Instagram to build a business? How about 3 businesses?
Tico & Ligia, a husband & wife team focused on Instagram to help build their business. Originally from Brazil, they met in the US. Living in a one-room apartment and in financial straits, they took a chance to open a barber shop on credit. Through the power of social media, they turned the local barbershop into three thriving businesses, including a Podcast Studio.
Join host Eric Farber as they talk about their journey of entrepreneurship from a tiny town in Brazil to the American dream.
5 - Mark Millhone: Find Your Creative Balance
Mark Millhone is an Academy Award winning Film Director, Author and Educator. He is also the host of the Epic Impact Society Podcast. He began his career in film graduating from Columbia Film School, where his senior short, Christmas in New York won the Academy Award for best student film. He and Eric met when Eric tracked him down after reading about the win in Variety more than 20 years ago. This has led to a life-long friendship centered around the creative arts. Mark was the Dean of the Studio School in Los Angeles and taught film at the University of North Carolina. He recently left academia to go back to full time creating.
He is also the author of the book The Patron Saint of Used Cars and Second Chances. Mark's wide breadth of creative career has been sparked by his holistic view of creativity, daily routines and personal growth.
Join Mark and Eric as they talk creative balance, Hollywood and the current state of creating.
Ready to take your creator business to the next level? Join host Eric Farber and his guests while they explore the Creator Economy. What does it take to be a creator, the business side of creating and well…. Creating.
It has never been a better time in history to be a creator. Whether you're a filmmaker, digital creator, influencer
Eric Farber is the Founder and CEO of Creators' Legal, the world's first DIY Platform for Content Creators. He is a former entertainment attorney that represented the Tupac Shakur Estate for over 18 years as well as hundreds of filmmakers, musicians, writers, producers and a few hundred pro-athletes. He is the bestselling author of "The Case for Culture" about growing your business through culture.
4 - Gobi Rahimi, From Real Estate to Tupac’s Filmmaker, a Conversation with Tupac’s Producing Partner
Gobi Rahimi was a real estate agent when he made the switch to filmmaking. Within just a short time he found himself as a partner in a production company producing and directing all of Tupac Shakur’s videos. Gobi immediately recognized the talent and magnetism of Tupac and began taking photos of him to document Tupac’s rise. Becoming good friends with Tupac and his mother Afeni, he worked with Tupac until his death. Gobi has been a filmmaker, artist, and photographer for more than 25 years. Join us as Eric and Gobi talk about the days of Tupac, the ever-shifting landscape for creators, and where he is taking his creative efforts.
3 - Janie Jennings: Money and Royalties in the Music Business
In Music we are dealing with so many issues that confound creators. Besides being an industry of collaboration, it is an industry of dozens of converging streams of commerce. Music administration has confused artists since the first radio station set up recording studios in the back for people to create their own scrolls. Janie Jennings is the President of Industry Works and a master administrator in the music industry. Join the conversation where she helps Eric break down the royalty streams for each song, how to get them registered and what it takes to make money off your music. You can follow Janie Jennings on her Instagram accounts @industryworks.us and @mindyourmusicbiz
Amazing Tips that motivate you!
Sometimes as a creator you find yourself stuck and not sure what route to take next. The conversations and stories that other creators share on this podcast , shed light that motivate you to keep going.
As creators we all face moments of doubt, burn out or even loose motivation. Knowing that I’m not the only one and that this too shall pass, there’s hope!
Real discussion of real and relevant topics
Such a wonderful and real discussion about some of the difficult aspects of being a creative: comparing ourselves to others, the isolation, the failures, etc. Giving voice to these issues, with thoughtful conversations like this episode helps creatives know that, even in isolation, we’re not actually alone. I really appreciated the reminder that simple things like practicing gratitude, and moving one’s body can help move us through the rough patches. Thanks for a great episode!
I went in just to check it out and it dragged me until the end! Thanks 🙌🏼