This Guy’s Legit lifts the veil on entrepreneurship at every stage, across industries. Through our podcast, articles, workshops and 1:1 coaching, we support entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, makers and those who want to be.
Rodrigo Trevino | Photographer | “it hasn’t been easy” Episode Live
Oscar Nilsson | Director | “you have to learn by your mistakes” Episode Live
Lauren Smith | Director of Culture and Operations | “I don’t need to be the one in charge” Episode Live
Aleksandra Zee | Woodworker | “I credit hard ass work” Episode Live!
Jillian Knox | Stylist | Coming Soon!
Ben Zales | Music Editor | Coming Soon!
Andrea Collins | Radio Personality and Podcast Host | Coming Soon!
I know, I know - it's not polite to talk about money. I think that's a problem. If no one talks about money, how does one effectively negotiate salary? How does one know how much to charge for a project? How do we attach value to effort? If the wage gap is real (and myriad studies indicate that it is) what can we do about it?
People love to share their wisdom! Asking someone for advice shows that you value their opinion. It gives them a chance to share their hard-won wisdom. Most importantly, it gives you a chance to learn a little something for free.
I’m as addicted to my phone as you are. I use it for email. I use it to text. I use it to Facebook, and like Pavlov’s dog, I keep on looking/waiting/aching for the ding. A new client, a design to approve, a baby-date to schedule. All. Damn. Day.
When I landed my first serious “big girl” job at the ripe old age of 24, my colleagues included professionals with MBA’s, 10 years of Directorial experience, 40 years of life experience and killer resumes.