I've created a lot: music production, songwriting, music videos, promotional videos, church media, websites,
technical solutions, change initiatives, events, conferences, festivals, corporate infrastructure, residential
development and more. In 2019, let's be honest--creating anything is not that impressive. What is impressive is producing change that sticks. I've helped companies reach and sustain up to 70% increases selling products, services, and experiences.
In business, whatever we create needs a
plan. If the plan is too vague, we accomplish nothing; however, success
becomes far more likely if the
plan is detailed and clearly delegates and communicates targets, objectives, and goals. I have solid experience in research and development, accounting, media licensing, contract negotiation, and more. With a strong mind for strategy and logistics, I've been the last minute, go-to-guy able to float sinking plans.
Great plans don't carry themselves out. It
takes a solid team. The problem is that leading talented teams of people can be difficult. Creative individuals are uniquely vested in their work, which can give way to ego-competition . Arguments can erupt and suddenly a winning game feels lost in the third quarter. Luckily, I learned a lot about leading people during my 7 years as a Pastor at a 16,000 member church. I can release pressure from any team whether I am designated as leader or assigned to support from within.