Earlier this month Bryant and I had the pleasure to speak with two Denver groups on the topic of the things we’re still figuring out. The spectrum of highs and lows that growing businesses and business owners face as they evolve over time—as individuals and as a collective unit.
During each presentation we provided somewhat of a non-traditional venue for sharing ideas and learning through all of our experiences as one: questions were welcomed from the beginning, and not one ask was a “bad” question. Our topics ranged from experiences with project pricing and best practices, to collaborating with other agencies, to building and thriving within a remote team.
In an effort to keep the sharing and educating alive, we’ve made our presentation deck available to other entrepreneurs, small business owners, and creatives alike knowing that if it only reaches one person in a positive way, we’ll be genuinely thankful. Take a look at the Things We’re Still Figuring Out presentation on Slideshare via the link below.
We welcome your questions and comments, and encourage open collaboration in an effort to elevate everyone to another level. Taking our craft and business acumen above and beyond doesn’t happen overnight, and certainly not while residing in a silo.
Over the last year our small remote studio became a little less small by bringing on our first full-time employee. The hiring process was new to us and we stumbled plenty along the way, but one thing that sticks with me—and does to this day as we look to bring on the next fit for the team—is that it’s incredibly easy to appear as just another face in the crowd.
Every day I find myself awed by the creations of others. Whether it's building a business, writing an elegant piece of code, or crafting a completely unique and original idea; the creative output of others makes me marvel at their achievements.