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Episode 370: Caleb Wojcik: Launching the SwitchPod Handheld Tripod to $400k+ on Kickstarter

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https://fizzleshow.co – Caleb Wojcik saw a need for a sturdy switchable handheld tripod at a video conference back in 2017. He hadn't built a physical product before, but that didn't stop him or business partner Pat Flynn from launching the super successful SwitchPod six months ago. Find out how they built and launched the SwitchPod as Caleb explains everything in this episode.

May 13 2020 · 49mins
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478: Sabbatical Episode: Caleb Wojcik On Getting Your First Video Client and Creating Content Without Overthinking

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While on our first stop of the sabbatical year in San Diego, I got to visit Caleb Wojcik in his home studio.

In addition to this episode, we also recorded an episode with me on the Caleb Wojcik Show which publishes today.

Caleb is an incredible filmmaker who has worked with clients like Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income and ConvertKit (filming their I Am A Blogger series as well as the Craft + Commerce conference). He also filmed our own seanwes conference.

Caleb regularly teaches what he’s learned building a successful six-figure client-services business with his podcast, courses, and YouTube channel.

In today’s episode, I ask Caleb what he would do to get his first client if he was starting from scratch. If you’re looking to sell your filmmaking services, this episode is for you.

Aside from client services, Caleb is also the inventor of SwitchPod. SwitchPod is a minimal, versatile, handheld tripod for vloggers that raised over $400,000 on Kickstarter. We talk about going from client services to physical products and the future of SwitchPod.

Caleb recently set up what many would consider to be a dream home video studio in the past couple of years. But like many of us, he still struggles with overthinking content creation and production quality. We talk about some tips for overcoming overthinking and how to make videos more easily.
Feb 14 2020 · 39mins
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284: The Story Behind The SwitchPod With Pat Flynn And Caleb Wojcik

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Today, I’m really happy to have my friends Pat Flynn and Caleb Wojcik on the show.
The reason why I’m having both of these 2 on today is to talk about their incredibly awesome invention, the Switchpod. In fact, I have one on my desk right now and it’s the main handheld tripod that I use for all of my videos.
In today’s episode, we’re going to break down every aspect of their invention from how they got the idea, how they manufactured it and how they managed to exceed their Kickstarter campaign in just a day.
What You’ll Learn

How Pat and Caleb came up with the idea behind the Switchpod
Their motivations for selling a physical product
How they found their suppliers
How is the Switchpod manufactured
The Switchpod marketing strategy

Other Resources And Books

Buy Your Switchpod Here

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Dec 12 2019 · 50mins
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S2 E6: CALEB WOJCIK – CONTENT VISIONARY

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Caleb Wojcik is a video content expert and creator of SwitchPod, a mobile tripod that will help the next generation of content makers get even better. Years ago, Caleb turned his career of shooting and editing videos into an online teaching venture called “DIY Video Guy,” which features extensive tutorials and info shared across multiple platforms to help people make great videos. Inspired by a problem he was seeing across his community, Caleb got into the world of tangible products by inventing the SwitchPod.

Mar 12 2019 · 44mins
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46: Make Money Making Videos, with Caleb Wojcik

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Feb 03 2019 · 1hr 36mins
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The Best YouTube Tech Tips, Tricks and Equipment You Need to Know with Caleb Wojcik of DIY Video Guy

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Are you wondering what would be the best YouTube equipment to use when starting a YouTube channel? Or, are you someone who’s looking to upgrade your work and give your videos a new look using different tools and technology? Whether you’re just beginning to set foot in the YouTube world or you’ve already been vlogging for some time, today's episode will surely provide you with a tremendous amount of great information.

In this episode, we’re going to hear from expert videographer, Caleb Wojcik, about the best YouTube equipment when it comes to making videos. He’ll also answer some of the most frequently asked questions by vloggers and YouTubers and share some practical tips and tricks about lighting, camera settings, and more.

"Quality can definitely set you apart."

After getting his first DSLR camera, Caleb started making videos and slowly taught himself how to make better videos and how to edit them. After some time, he finally decided to start teaching others the skills he taught himself. He now runs a video production company in San Diego, teaches solo video production on his website, and he is the teacher of multiple courses on filming & editing video.

"The more you educate yourself in the technology side of things, the better."

Caleb has been making videos off and on for nearly a decade now. In that time, he has filmed the National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, NCAA basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web. So, if you’re looking for an expert to teach you about the best YouTube equipment, he’s exactly who you’re looking for!

Check out the show notes

Join the Zero to Influence Bootcamp waitlist

Download your FREE guide: 6 Tools YouTubers Use to Get Thousands of Video Views

Don't forget to join the Beauty and the Vlog Facebook group for collaborations, YouTube advice, support and more!

You can also follow me on Instagram!

Dec 06 2018 · 1hr 7mins
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A Physical Product with Caleb Wojcik

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Caleb Wojcik talks about how he and Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income are creating and launching a physical product this year. They built a tripod for vloggers called SwitchPod. Enjoy!

Go to https://www.calebwojcik.com/switchpod

Nov 12 2018 · 1hr 9mins
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SSP 061: Networking Your Way To The Clients Of Your Dreams w/ Caleb Wojcik of DIY Video Guy

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What are your tried and true ways to gain new clients? We’re often so desperate for income that we grab at anything and everything without really asking “Is this project right for me?” or “Do I even really want to do this work?). Caleb Wojcik shares some tips on lining up work with clients you really want to work with, in his case, Pat Flynn and ConvertKit.

Caleb Wojcik is the founder of the DIY Video Guy, Caleb Wojcik Films, and co-founder of Fizzle.co. His background includes a degree in business, and he can include Chris Guillebeau, the NFL, MLB and the Rose Bowl as clients. He started as a wedding film photographer but slowly grew his business to include a film production company, a podcast, and the many amazing courses he offers on DIY Video Guy.

On today’s episode, we dive deep into how to connect with the people you really want to work with, the different versions of networking and which will work best for your goals, and how to get recurring clients as opposed to one time gigs. Caleb’s insights into the business mindset are priceless and can definitely help you to scale your business according to your needs while charging what you’re worth.

Things like raising prices can be scary and often intimidating but Caleb breaks it down in a way where you can do small things to help raise your perceived value so that you can increase your prices without the client batting an eye.

What is your go-to method for finding new clients? Do you do more business through direct to client marketing, agencies or referrals? Leave a comment below!

In the episode:

  • How to connect with people you really want to work with
  • How to make smart gear purchases
  • When and how to grow your team sustainably
  • Some great online tools to help your business
  • How to get recurring clients instead of one-off’s
  • Steps you can take to increase your value and prices

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“The biggest thing for me has been knowing the right people and building relationships years in advance of ever working with them... Try to get introduced but putting yourself in the same physical location or at events, like conferences, as other people that are doing cool stuff that’s how I have built my network of clients even before I needed them.” (7:02)

“Two of my favorite things to do at a conference are to introduce people: So when you start to meet people and you meet a new person, introduce that person to someone that might overlap well with whatever it is they have going on because once you become that connector at an event, then people will kind of reciprocate in the same way and introduce you to people. And when I am ending a conversation with someone at an event or conference, I try to ask do you know of one person here that you think I should meet that would be perfect for X, Y or Z and then that gives you the next person to go talk to.” (13:10)

“Really investing in your peers, certain people at your level, in a few years those people are going to be speaking at events and those people are going to be starting companies that can hire you. So, that’s kind of the process I have now.” (14:35)

“I think it is important to be confident in your pricing and if you do play the low pricing game you’re just setting yourself up to compete with a bunch of other people as opposed to if your pricing yourself higher, typically those clients are better and you have less competition at that price point.” (32:07)

Links:

DIY Guy Video

Caleb Wojcik Films

Fizzle.co

Follow Caleb Wojcik on Youtube | Twitter | Instagram

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Feb 05 2018 · 56mins
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The Best YouTube Tech Tips, Tricks and Equipment You Need to Know NOW | DIY Video Guy Caleb Wojcik

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Are you wondering what would be the best YouTube equipment to use when starting a YouTube channel? Or, are you someone who’s looking to upgrade your work and give your videos a new look using different tools and technology? Whether you’re just beginning to set foot in the YouTube world or you’ve already been vlogging for some time, today's episode will surely provide you with a tremendous amount of great information.

In this episode, we’re going to hear from expert videographer, Caleb Wojcik, about the best YouTube equipment when it comes to making videos. He’ll also answer some of the most frequently asked questions by vloggers and YouTubers and share some practical tips and tricks about lighting, camera settings, and more.

"Quality can definitely set you apart."

After getting his first DSLR camera, Caleb started making videos and slowly taught himself how to make better videos and how to edit them. After some time, he finally decided to start teaching others the skills he taught himself. He now runs a video production company in San Diego, teaches solo video production on his website, and he is the teacher of multiple courses on filming & editing video.

"The more you educate yourself in the technology side of things, the better."

Caleb has been making videos off and on for nearly a decade now. In that time, he has filmed the National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, NCAA basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web. So, if you’re looking for an expert to teach you about the best YouTube equipment, he’s exactly who you’re looking for!

Check out the show notes.   Download your FREE guide: 6 Tools YouTubers Use to Get Thousands of Video ViewsDon't forget to join the Beauty and the Vlog Facebook group for collaborations, YouTube advice, support and more!You can also follow me on Instagram!
Aug 31 2017 · 1hr 6mins
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012 - Exceeding 1 Million YouTube Views and Traveling the World as a Videographer - Caleb Wojcik Interview

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Help me welcome to the show Mr. Caleb Wojcik, a world traveling videographer with over 1 million total YouTube views. He is a teacher, a podcaster, an entrepreneur and a hustler. Listen in as we talk about being your own boss, the importance of studying a conference attendee list BEFORE attending a conference, continual education and much much more!

Grab your notebook, Caleb is about to take us to school!
Come along with me...

“Pressure and time. That’s really all it takes. Pressure and time.”
— Shawshank Redemption

Key takeaways:

  • (01:30) From financial forecasting with Boeing to traveling and making videos for internet entrepreneurs

  • (03:13) Finding your niche and following up with those in your network

  • (05:08) How Caleb and I met at SeanWes Conference 2016 in Austin

  • (08:10) The power of mastermind groups and accountability partners to help reach your ultimate goals. Meeting with people regularly who understand your goals, common excuses you might make and raise the level together.

  • (10:45) My accountability partner, Sarah Dayan.

  • (12:45) Consuming continual education via podcasts and audiobooks

  • (13:00) Scaling Up by Verne Harnish - Recommended when growing employees

  • (14:45) Book Yourself Solid and Beyond Booked Solid - Recommended for solo-prenurs

  • (15:36) Traveling to Gana to document schools being built

  • (17:30) How to get the MOST out of the conferences you attend! Research! Review the conference attendee list, before you arrive. Reach out, ahead of time, to individuals you want to try to meet. Provide value and help connect people you know, that may not know each other. Follow up!

  • (23:00) Just In Time Learning - Consume focused information specific to the very task you are seeking to accomplish at that very moment. Being very intentional about what and when you are learning.

  • (25:45) The 'Shawshank Redemption' Analogy. Pressure and time, that's really all it takes, pressure and time. Try, fail, experiment, keep pushing the boulder up the hill. If you really want something, make constant, at least weekly, progress.

  • (29:00) The trick to getting over 1 million YouTube video views - continually show up.

  • (30:00) The importance of taking breaks to recharge

Sites / Books / Podcasts mentioned:
Smart Passive Income
Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
The Fellowship. The Literary Lives of the Inklings
Scaling up by Verne Harnish
Book Yourself Solid by Michael Port
Beyond Booked Solid by Michael Port
The Dip by Seth Godin
Pivot by Jenny Blake

For more information on Caleb Wojcik:
http://CalebW.com

Dec 23 2016 · 32mins
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