Daily Creator

Daily Creator

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. Sponsored By: Creators' Legal, helping Creators get Legal! www.CreatorsLegal.com Naeem Mahmood and Mood Ventures, when Peak Performance is what matters. www.NaeemMahmood.com

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August 10, 2022 60 min

What's a best practice for selling without selling? If you agree that most traditional sales tactics are ineffective and turn people off, you're going to love this interview with Joseph Wilkins.

Joseph is a marketing entrepreneur, founder of ProCreative Studios and FunnySalesVideos.com with more than 20 years of experience. ProCreative Studios produced infomercials, TV spots & traditional marketing videos for well-known...

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It’s hard to think of an original idea and even harder to sustained it over time. “On The Stacks Podcast” is an example of a successful brand based on the Creator Economy. The idea began as a goofy way of self-promotion in social media by its host Bill Corcoran Jr. But there’s so much more to this story. Bill is part of a family business called Corcoran Printing in Pennsylvania. Its name might sound familiar thanks to the mention i...

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Do you have a successful YouTube channel or TikTok account, where you’re getting paid to do something you really, really like doing? Good news: the Creator Economy isn't slowing down. The bad news: competition has never been more fierce. 

On this episode, Eric joins Nathan Graber-Lipperman, owner of the Creator Magazine, to explore what it means to be a creator in the digital age. Nowadays there are more opportunities for creat...

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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 ...

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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 unders...

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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, inclu...
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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 friendsh...

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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 b...
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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 ...
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Michael Evans is a 20-year-old Harvard Neuroscience student. Michael started writing and self-publishing books at the age of 15. He just completed his 13th novel. Michael discusses his experiences as a self-published author, He is now finished book 13. He joins Eric Farber on the Daily Creator to review the secrets to self-publishing a book. Learn how Michael wrote 12 books before the age of 20, worked summers to pay for book adver...
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Creator Burnout is real, over 90% of creators experience it and over 70% thought about quitting because of it.  Join us for this in depth discussion with Bar Kirshon on what to do about it.  Bar Kirshon is an expert in creator burnout.  Not only has she experienced depression and burnout as a company owner and creator, she decided to do something about it.  Bar was the Co-Founder and CEO of Communyco, a community of creators coming...

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