For this episode of the RevThinking podcast we are excited to 'go back'. We are going to be sharing what we call the "best of" episodes with you. Recasting the top episodes from that past one hundred episodes of the RevThinking Podcast.“All I need is my family, a bottle of wine, and some warm weather, and I’m happy.” – Joey KorenmanIn this episode of the RevThinking podcast, Joel Pilger speaks with Joey Korenman, founder and CEO at School of Motion.From a successful – yet unfulfilling – role in motion design studio to founding School of Motion, Joey’s story illustrates how leading a life with intention will enable you to achieve your goals, but it may not look like what you thought it was going to look like. After all, you may end up going to work everyday in flip flops.
Ep 219. Joey Korenman: From a Single Online Course to a Multi-Million Empire Called School of Motion
Show Notes, Tools and Resources: https://www.feisworld.com/blog/joey-korenman Joey Korenman is the CEO & Founder, School of Motion, who wakes up every day “to help thousands of aspiring Motion Designers learn their craft and develop the skills necessary to have a career in this magical field of ours.” Previously Joey was a Creative-Director at the awesome Toil in Boston, MA, he also taught at the Ringling College of Art & Design, when he first packed up his bags and moved his family from Boston to Florida. After spending years running his own ad agency, hours each day on his commute and clients who’d surprise him with new deadlines nights and weekends, he decided to pursue a new way of life and left Boston. As a creative director who was working for top agencies in Boston at the time, things look great on paper. “I was at the top of the mountain, but then I realized I climbed the wrong mountain.” - Joey Korenman Instead of waiting for another 10, 20 years, Joey left everything he’d built, an unthinkable decision for most. Working as a college professor taught Joey quite a few things. He had a steady paycheck until he decided to go solo and pursue his journey as a creative entrepreneur. In this episode, he reveals the secret to how he was able to launch his first successful online course without marketing dollars. School of Motion wasn’t built overnight, but it’s still considered a quick success story. Joey committed to developing content consistently for 2 years, including a 30-day daily tutorial creation marathon that drove massive attention to his website. To check out what School of Motion has become today, visit the official website: https://www.schoolofmotion.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feisworld/message
“All I need is my family, a bottle of wine, and some warm weather, and I’m happy.” – Joey KorenmanIn this episode of the RevThinking podcast, Joel Pilger speaks with Joey Korenman, founder and CEO at School of Motion.From a successful – yet unfulfilling – role in motion design studio to founding School of Motion, Joey’s story illustrates how leading a life with intention will enable you to achieve your goals, but it may not look like what you thought it was going to look like. After all, you may end up going to work everyday in flip flops.
004 - Taking More Control of the Steering Wheel w/ Joey Korenman
The Freelance Monocle Podcast
In today's episode we are joined by the founder of School of Motion, Joey Korenman. We talk about Joey's experience in the world of freelance and some of the challenges he faced when making the transition. We then dive into other challenges he's faced as his career progressed into being a studio owner and more recently the founder of School of Motion. He shares some amazing insight into the struggles many of us face when considering the leap, and offers some very enlightening viewpoints. Links to resources mentioned in this episode: Contracts for Motion Design: A Q&A with Lawyer Andy Contiguglia https://www.schoolofmotion.com/podcast/contracts-for-motion?ref_id=prieto The Freelance Manifesto https://www.schoolofmotion.com/freelance-manifesto?ref_id=prieto School of Motion Courses https://www.schoolofmotion.com/courses?ref_id=prieto ----------------------------------------------------------------------- *Music provided by Wesley Slover - www.sonosanctus.com
015: The Art of Teaching and Pricing Online Courses with Joey Korenman
Joey Korenman is the founder and head instructor for School of Motion, an online school for Motion Designers all over the world. Before finding his true calling as an educator, he was a working Motion Designer for over a decade, climbing the ranks from junior artist to freelancer to studio head and back to freelancer. Since founding School of Motion, he has dedicated his time to teaching aspiring and working Motion Designers how to be effective, high level, and in demand in their professional careers.Joey has also presented and run workshops for Wacom, Shutterstock, Adobe, and the Ringling College of Art & Design, and acted as emcee at Blend, a Motion Design festival held in Vancouver, British Columbia. School of Motion content has been featured by Adobe, Maxon, and The Foundry.When not teaching or animating, Joey is busy training for marathons in the sunny state of Florida. He lives there with his wife and three children. He is also a taco enthusiast.website: www.schoolofmotion.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ukramedia-podcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ukramedia-podcast/support
The Gig Economy and Finding Passion with Joey Korenman
Marketing Mixtape with Scott Davis
Joey Korenman is the founder of SchoolofMotion.com and brings amazing insights to the table on finding and following your passion in life. Some real "Ikigai" on display. His nuggets on using LinkedIn Recruiter to connect with hiring managers will change your perspective on finding work.
006: How To Build A Motion Design Career That Works For You w/ Joey Korenman of School of Motion
Motion Hatch: Helping Motion Designers Do Better Business
Are you brand new and figuring out how to start your freelance career? Maybe you’re at the point where you’re trying to decide if you should attempt to scale your business to become a studio as opposed to an individual freelancer? Wherever you’re at, we cover it all with one of the top motion design educators in our industry! Joey Korenman is the founder and head instructor at School of Motion, author of the Freelance Manifesto, husband and father to three cute kids, and all around awesome human-being. After taking his freelance motion career from freelancer to studio he realized that his true passion lay in education, and he shared enough of that knowledge with us today that you’ll leave with your head spinning. We dive into how to set the course for your life and career with an exercise called The Perfect Day and how to adjust and reevaluate your actions based on that ideal day. Joey also shares his take on the best way to make yourself stand out as a freelancer, and why you shouldn’t let the idea of lack of work scare you from freelancing. We also spend some time gushing over one of our favourite business educators and podcasters. Are you currently working a corporate job but considering freelancing? What scares you most about making that leap? Please leave a comment below! In this episode: The importance of systems and having great help “The Perfect Day” exercise and how can it help you determine the career (and life) choices you make The importance of validating your ideas before diving in fully How to get your foot in the door with big clients as a new freelancer How should you best handle revisions with your clients? The pros and cons to branding yourself as a studio vs an individual freelancer How to deal with pushback on your pricing Related Links: School Of MotionSchool of Motion Podcast Follow School of Motion on social media: Facebook & Twitter The Freelance Manifesto (Book) Remote (Book) Will It Fly (Book) Joey’s Motionographer article, Too Old For Mograph Some of the links above are affiliate links. Basically, this means that if you decide to make a purchase through one of these links, we will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. You can be sure that we would recommend these products whether or not we made any commission on them. Please don’t spend your money on them if you don’t think that they will truly help you improve your business, although, in our experience, they will.
Producing Unscripted: Make Reality TV Shows and Documentary Series with Joke and Biagio
If you want to work your way up in the entertainment industry — especially in unscripted television — chances are you are going to spend more time freelancing than working staff jobs. Today, Joey Korenman, entertainment professional and author the book The Freelance Manifesto is here to inspire you to greatness. Get practical, hands-on tips […] The post How To Freelance in Hollywood with Joey Korenman appeared first on Producing Unscripted.
Chris sits down with Joey Korenman to talk about his journey from designer to educator, and opening the online education platform School Of Motion. They also discuss what it means to know what you're worth, and the fine art of discovering what a client needs, versus what they want. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pro Video Podcast 17: Joey Korenman - School Of Motion and Freelance Manifesto
Pro Video Podcast
Joey Korenman is disrupting education with School of Motion. A practical and affordable way to grow your skills, knowledge and networks. Host Blair Walker discusses the School of Motion courses, free training and networking opportunities available. Joey also talks about the recently released Freelance Manifesto. Valuable information for anyone in a creative industry looking to become a freelancer earning six figures. Show Links: School of Motion 30 Days of After Effects Toil The Freelance Manifesto Meditation Tim Ferriss The Gap Pro Video Podcast: Pro Video Podcast - Slack Pro Video Podcast - Facebook Group Pro Video Podcast - Facebook Page Pro Video Podcast - Twitter Pro Video Podcast - Instagram Pro Video Podcast - Website