Film cameras? Who shoots film cameras?
It turns out an increasing number of people are becoming interested in film as an art medium and as a way to slow down an appreciate photography.
Jeremiah Flynn talks about his store where he sells all kinds of film cameras and supplies, from the common to the exotic.
We also discuss how he does tintype (or wet plate collodion) photography as a way to supplement his income and keep the business going.
Don't miss the part near the end where we discuss how people can create content and lessons that can provide them with a passive income stream.
What would happen to your guitar if it got run over by a truck? Nothing, as long as it was in Calton case. Robert Steel tells us exactly what happened and what the guitar and the case looked like after it was all said and done.
Robert is awesome, and he tells a lot of stories, from rock and roll celebrity stories to what it's like to manufacture in the US in the 21st Century. Don't miss this episode!
Paul Jarvis just wrote a book called "Company of One" and sent me a copy.
I read it cover to cover and found it really compelling, so we hosted him on the show.
Paul talks about a different kind of business philosophy, where more is not always better.
How do you build a Company of One to fit your lifestyle and goals? Why and how should you resist the envy that comes when you see others constantly growing their business?
This and more in today's episode!
Kara is amazing. Do you want to learn how you can take your art and turn it into a business that makes $100k annually within one year?
Kara has the blueprint! She is also writing a book about it, and we get a bit of a preview.
Kara has a successful ceramics business in Austin, Texas, but this episode is about so much more than that....we cover art, business, manifesting your outcomes, the power of positive thought and intention (backed by consistent action) and more!
Unmissable episode if you are looking to take the leap on your own in 2019 and beyond.
Did Bill Murray really climb through the window of Willie Nelson's chapel during Luck Reunion?
This is the 100th episode of Small Business War Stories, and this is the perfect way to celebrate, with an episode recorded at Willie Nelson's ranch
Matt Bizer, Ellee Fletcher (Willie's grandniece) and I talked about the music business, Willie and his family, how artists make money in the 21st Century, and how Luck Reunion is creating a new kind of music and content company.
We also talk about community and the role that music and podcasts have in bringing people together.
Last but not least, we get all kinds of funny stories about the cool, inspiring, and bizarre things that have happened at Luck Reunion
Thank you for listening to Small Business War Stories...here's to the next 100!