Building Business Mastery as an Artist — with Chase Jarvis
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A couple years ago, I did a 90-minute interview with Chase Jarvis, one of the world’s best artists and photographers. It’s free and it contains some of my best, most hard-hitting material on psychology, persuasion, and marketing, so I hope you check it out sometime.
I intentionally did this video for free because, while I keep most of my best material in my premium courses, sometimes I want to share what I’ve learned with a wider audience. I also hid at least 7 secret strategies in the video. Can you spot them?
One of the cool things about running this business is I get to bring you the best of the best — authors, world-famous artists, Olympic trainers, psychology experts…and on and on.
When I meet the best, I always want to know how they did it. I believe the #1 person in a market knows 100x what the #2 person knows. They’ve been to the top of the mountain, and they can share the path to getting there.
And today, I get to do exactly that with one of the masters. This time, I asked Chase Jarvis into my studio and sat him down to ask the toughest questions on mastery, expertise, and becoming the best.
How do you stand out when there are a thousand other artists who would take your place for 1/10 the price? How do you get hired by Lady Gaga, how do you charge hundreds of thousands of dollars for one photo, how do you hang out the side of a helicopter and get paid for it?
How do you become the best?
Chase isn’t just a photographer and an artist. He’s also the founder of CreativeLIVE, a company I was so impressed with, I invested in it.
So I invited Chase into my studio to explain the intricate psychology behind positioning, marketing and selling your art (whether you’re a writer, an analyst, even a marketing coordinator, we all “sell” our services every day) — including how you too can become highly-paid and sought after in your field.
Here’s a sneak peek:
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Ramit’s Brain Trust is now closed indefinitely. But before we closed the program, we extracted all the juiciest success habits from our guests and packaged them into a 7-part Ultimate Guide to Habits that you can read anytime, anywhere — absolutely free.
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Imagine 30 days from today, jumping out of bed early with tons of energy. You actually LOOK FORWARD to the day — no more feeling frazzled — because of the new “peak performance” tools you’re using now.
Maybe you want to start eating healthier, or cook a meal once a week. Maybe you want to start a business, or even just read one book a month.
No problem. Start small. Pick 1 or 2 things to use these powerful techniques on, and watch what happens.
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