Category Archive : Richard branson

Jealousy is the Enemy of Self-Worth

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

There are two things that I love sharing more than anything else. Margaritas and answers to your creative questions. I couldn’t figure out how to get margaritas into your ears this week, but we’ve got some fantastic questions from The Daily Creative (my YouTube show where I answer YOUR questions about the challenges you’re facing on your journey to become an aspiring or professional creative) and some of my favorite answers from the show. In this episode: Ian wants to know how to transition from a traditional career to a “more risky” creative one. Fritz is looking at how to stop trading his time for money and start scaling his photography business. I share four of my favorite methods for diversifying your creative income. I talk to Brendan about how to kick social media jealousy to the curb with a few attitude shifts. These tips won’t just make you feel better, they’ll likely help you land more clients. Eric asks one of my favorite questions; how to raise your rates. We talk about the mindset around breaking up your work into different buckets and determining your creative fee. Crucial info for creatives looking to make money long term. Crucial. Enjoy! […]

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The Future Is Yours. What’s Holding You Back?

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

Today you’re joining me in Jamaica where I gave a keynote to rising stars; part of Richard Branson’s Center for Entrepreneurship. What I love about this talk, and really engaging with the community at large is — whether you are an entrepreneur, artist, or really pursuing anything, we all face the same challenges – fear, doubt, and finding our way. I share some of those things from my journey, but even more interesting and fun is getting to hear from 3 different entrepreneurs on stage with the goal of unlocking some of their biggest challenges. And I know without a doubt, the challenges they have are similar to ones you face or will face. Please enjoy our business therapy session. You’ll also be inspired to know that: Failure is one of the best learning opportunities. Rather than letting failure scare you away from trying again, let it teach you what to do next time. You’ve got to periodically look at your business model to see where your money is coming from vs where you’re spending your time. If you’re not making the most money from where you’re spending the most time, you need to fix it fast. Stories are an […]

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Richard Branson: Lessons in Business and Life

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

If there’s anyone qualified to lay out the blueprint for dreaming big, living life on your own terms and turning your passions into your career, it’s the iconic Sir Richard Branson. He’s fearlessly and boldly disrupted one industry after another as the founder of the Virgin Group, from publishing to airlines to creating Virgin Galactic (the world’s first commercial spaceliner), building an empire of more than 100 companies and 60,000 employees in over 50 countries. Drawing threads from his new book, Finding My Virginity, we talk about some of his recent projects as well as the steps he took to get from one stepping stone to the next. Sit down with Sir Richard and I as he uses stories to break down prioritizing your life, setting goals, and how to choose what to pursue. In today’s episode: It’s time to spin the nasty term “dyslexia” into a positive; let’s start calling it “alternative thinker.” Richard actually credits his alternative thinking to shape him into a master delegator, a skill that he credits much of his success to. The recipe for a successful business boils down to this: spend lots of time on the things you care about, pay attention to […]

The Future of Work Is Here: The Skill Economy

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

It’s no secret that the future of work is changing: the days of working at a giant company until you get a gold watch and retire with a pension are over. All this been well documented- we can all expect to change careers more frequently than ever. Whether by choice or due to economic downturns, mergers or other factors beyond our control, change is the new norm– this is especially true for millennials, who have an average of four jobs in their first decade out of college. At the extreme, a recent Fast Company article suggests that you should “plan on switching jobs every 3 years for the rest of your life.” I can relate in that I’ve had several of my own highly unexpected career changes, from med student to professional photographer to CEO of an online education company called CreativeLive. And while I don’t see more changes on the horizon for myself in the near term, who knows what the future holds? As I’ve said on stages all over the world, if our parents had one job, we’ll have five, and the next generation will have five at the same time– and quite honestly, that’s why CreativeLive exists. […]

The Future of Work Is Here: The Skill Economy

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

It’s no secret that the future of work is changing: the days of working at a giant company until you get a gold watch and retire with a pension are over. All this been well documented- we can all expect to change careers more frequently than ever. Whether by choice or due to economic downturns, mergers or other factors beyond our control, change is the new norm– this is especially true for millennials, who have an average of four jobs in their first decade out of college. At the extreme, a recent Fast Company article suggests that you should “plan on switching jobs every 3 years for the rest of your life.” I can relate in that I’ve had several of my own highly unexpected career changes, from med student to professional photographer to CEO of an online education company called CreativeLive. And while I don’t see more changes on the horizon for myself in the near term, who knows what the future holds? As I’ve said on stages all over the world, if our parents had one job, we’ll have five, and the next generation will have five at the same time– and quite honestly, that’s why CreativeLive exists. […]

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