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Thank you so so much for doing this. Idk how this showed up in my recommendations... I really don't. Universe works out in crazy ways when you actually love doing something & you're actually passionate about it. The questions you asked is what I always drop in his comment sections or DM garyvee about. I thoroughly enjoyed this. THIS MADE MY DAY & Promise I'll be doing Art till I die. I cannot thank you enough , so lucky to come across this. Literally opened YouTube & this is the first video that showed up! ♥️♥️🎨🎨 I couldn't be more happy! God bless you & may you reach heights of success! Keep CREATING content! 💯🔥
Don't ever work for free if you believe you have a skill that is of value and worth paying for. It's one thing if you are apprenticing and learning skills. But if you already posses that skill. Get paid for it.
Thank you for sharing! I am an artist but selling only on and off for a few years and wasn't able to stick with it (different stages of life). But because my time is still limited, I would like to do this right.
i consider myself a business man person and always believe that the greatest problem (at least in my country) is that artist don't know how to sell their art. btw i have this kind of steve jobs vision of how a business career is also an art career. i'm just starting at this, but i have this goal of make a pump on the art insutry, at least here in Chile
I wanted to make at least 12 books for the first series then a second and maybe a third series. I was wondering if you can draw them smaller than the huge poster like size. I was thinking about drawing them the actual size of a comic book. I was mostly having the digital versions available. Maybe print some out later. Would the file size work? Large sketch books cost money and so would a large scanner. I don't have the money for it. Thanks for the help.
On the word *entrepreneur* : I was thinking about the same thing before you brought up the weird pronunciation issue! I actually thought “hey, that sounds a lot easier with an accent that drops Rs!” You can kind of get away with _aunt-trə-prə-NUH_ . As an American, I feel derpy saying _aunt-trə-prə-NER_ — and like I’m faking an accent if I say _aunt-trə-prə-NUH_ 😂
Jazza i think putting in the hard work is key! I’ve been working on my art and posting on my channel for a year and finally at a point I am seeing some of the payoff! I have worked all my free time and at 5k subs! I love you’re stuff Jazza thanks for this!!!
OH MY GOD. I know this video is a few years old, but I just saw it a few weeks ago and this was my intro to Gary Vee. Ever since then, I've been watching his stuff and my perspective is changing so much. Thank you so much for this video. I don't know how I didn't see it before, but I'm glad I saw it when I did. Better late than never!
Brilliant! I’ve been following Gary for a while now and I also consume his stuff within the context of being an artist. Good for you that you put it out there in a digestible way for our community. I would have love to hear what he would have said about the platforms like ‘fiverr’ and his take on driving down the costs of the industry.
This is incredible I was working at VM when this was published. Follow your content and had no idea this took place. To your knowledge has Gary had many other conversations with artists as in depth as yours? I also just wanted to applaud your unselfishness. Instead of asking Gary how he could help you, to you made it all about your fans. ♥️♥️♥️
Great Job Jazza for keeping the questions strictly on art. This interview could have easily become a generic "How to be a successful business person" discussion. But, you asked pointed questions directly pertaining to artists and building a career in art to a guy that's admittedly not an artist. Fascinating. Bravo. And surprisingly Gary V. Came through with quality answers. Especially the question about the work vs. The persona. Loved Gary's answer. Focus on building the skills. Focus on the quality of the art. Brilliant.
Well it's about 2 years since you posted this interview and it is still as valuable.
Big thanks for taking the time to make this and share it on your channel!
Also in support of your channel, for my reference and other peoples reference, i added this to my playlist of 'Better artist through knowhow'. ;-) Cheers!
I couldn't watch this, not only was his nawing at his nails annoying, but he goes and smells it too. How completely unprofessional. Thanks Jazza. You tried but next time make sure the guy has been fed beforehand. *sniff sniff chew chew* 😵😱😲
Why does every successful businessman seem so angry and frustrated all the time? Sorry Jazza but I think he's condescending towards you.... His thoughts are literally screaming out loud that "oh dude seriously? I'm wasting my precious time on you instead of making a quick buck, RIGHT HERE" Jazza at least your attitude doesn't scare me away and you don't eat your nails all the time :D I'd say well-done that's why I love watching you :D
First time visiting your site. Thank you so much for introducing Gary to me. He is so insightful and obviously experienced. His comments ring true. I have put my art on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I have learned now to tag my paintings. It is getting people to my sites. I usually sell one or two paintings each time I exhibit and my best ones are those that I paint for me. Some I have under sold. Live and learn. My art friends complain that they don't sell and have become frustrated. Perhaps I will direct them here and to Gary. Thanks again.
He said something that really hit me in the stomach and made me realize what I’m doing wrong: I keep looking at the pretty sides and thinking it’s as easy a posting on Instagram and just hoping people will come and see it. But I gotta realize it’s more than that. I guess when I watch my favorite artist do there studio vlogs and see them I just think to myself...”this I want this. I want to sit in a studio and draw have a pretty website. Package my orders all nice and send em off and do it all again. Not truly realizing what it’s gonna take to get there. I guess for me it’s because whenever they talk about it seems like it happens so naturally so I’m think okay work at a company get exposure and it’ll happen. But now I know that I need to look into the less desirable stuff like business and marketing. Saving. Taxes all the stuff I need to manage myself to be able to have the pretty side of being an artist and doing what I love.
Thank you so much to both of you for this video. This is one of the BEST videos I have EVER seen or heard for information that can help artists break through their own unrealistic views of themselves, the industry and their art!!! Again, thank you so much for the reminders that NONE of moving forward is easy. But if we can learn to relax (instead of stress)...and FOCUS on our craft and on integrity in the market place as well as realizing that we must be ready to BUST OUR ASS and get our damn egos out of the way all while keeping a smile on our face and ENJOYING THE RIDE.....we will see progress. : ) Love this info and will share whenever I can. Blessings to you both. Jennifer Reihl of Soulager Acoustic Duo and Beaded Blessings
It's amazing that you did this Interview Jazza! I've know about GaryVee for quite some time. But, just recently been motivated to watch his content. With patience, I have hopes to be more visible in the Art community.
So useful. Do a percentage of commercial art and art for yourself. Drop your prices to begin then increase. Don't leave your day job until you can afford to live with your art income. You don't need to study art to be an "entrepreneurial artist". Art is also marketing and sales. Your artwork is more important than your persona. Twitter, Instagram and conversation is the best way to sell your stuff!
Incredible opportunity here! Thank you Jazza and Gary Vee! He's definitely a personality that is very active! You could tell that he was struggling to stay still during the interview, but I think it is amazing he was willing to do this! Really helpful insights!
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