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There seems to be a trend of using deceased pet's ashes in some form of memorabilia. Would it be lucrative to somehow use some or all of their ashes in a sculpture of their exact likeness? There are certainly biological hazards involved but that was my first thought about sculptures other than doing something in the entertainment arena. Someone probably wants a Tiger King Joe Exotic sculpture.
 

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Thanks for the idea @foodiepersecond !
I'm trying to move away from the manual labor though, at least the artisan one of a kind comissions.

But funerary art is some interesting niche. I have a friend who runs a quarry, he does cnc cutting for important sculptors, and I'm learning 3D... You've definitely given me an idea!

This week has been a bit difficult to manage. Again just 31 hours of work, I've been unfocused, migraine nearly every day, a bit of anxiety as well, and 31 hours just wasted on social media.

Mostly I've been working on a small figurine comission (about 12 hours for the prototype sculpt, for which I'll be paid about 100$), and 12 more hours "working" in the last college task before the thesis.

I feel stuck, and i fear this situation will extend to all summer. Also with the end of the quarantine, friends are starting to have social life again and I feel pressured to go to events.

I'll start a modelling for 3D printing course next week which I'm quite excited for, hopefully it will help me a lot with my FL project, but this will take even more time from me.

I'm super tired and sad as well, I don't feel like doing anything. My FL page hasn't been updated for two weeks, also I haven't worked on the big sculpture comission, and I haven't worked on any 3D modelling either.
I feel like I won't be able to take my FL project forward with such a lack of discipline, and also I feel like I'm an a**hole for not wanting to be with friends or with my girlfriend, because I actually could have time to do both college stuff, the commissions and my FL work, but I just waste most of it.
I just want this situation to end really...

Anyway sorry for the whining, but here's the only place I can whine :)
 
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Hi everyone!
This week has been much better.
I've had a clear , small goal to focus on, (20 small dragon figures for a high school farewell gift) and I've been able to reach it in less time than planned so I took all sunday for myself.

Also I've started the 3D printing course and I'm learning a lot of techniques and tricks that will be super useful in my 3D business.
College stuff is almost finished (just a couple pages left to write), an exam I had next Saturday will finally be done from home, and i'm finally closing some of the open fronts that were overwhelming me.
This week has also been quite good in terms of health (just a couple hours of intense migraine), and I've got a bit more control on my daily habits, so stuff is on good tracks.
I also turned the breakfast or toilet facebook-scrolling time into reading articles and content I had pending to read for a long time.
I've done about 34 hours of work (less than usual but more effective), 31 of social stuff and good leisure time, and 23 unproductive.

See you next week!
 
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Hi everyone!!!

Super good week overall.

52 hours of work, 42 of which have been spent on the 3D modelling course, which will help me be 10x more effective in producing assets for my FL business. A lot of focus and way less time wasted that the weeks before: 24 hours of rest/exercise with friends, and just 12 of unproductive time.

The pink one is what I was being able to produce before the course, the gray one is what I'm learning to do right now.
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I've been tracking as well my daily discipline: been able to cut down to almost zero all unhealthy snacks, cell phone time, and skin picking. Still need to work on the other half of stuff, like sleeping schedules.

See you next week!
 
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Here I am again!
Not much else to say. Most of the 38 hours I've "worked" this week have been dedicated to studying for an e-marketing/e-commerce exam I took on Saturday morning. I've spent about 15 hours with friends and family, 20 more playing Zelda (I don't feel bad about it, I had been a couple years without playing and I was looking forward to it), 10 hours with headache/anxiety/useless fb browsing, and 10 on unproductive stuff (porn, dating apps, IG/tiktok creeping). Not so good in terms of mantaining discipline (had to have frequent breaks, quite a bit of anxiety for the exam as well). But it's done, the second and last exam for this course will be on October, so it's a thing less to worry.

Also reviewing the content of the marketing course has stirred up the guilt/anxiety for my unfinished comissions and FL projects. I'm now working on a good calendar for them, to be able to focus on small stuff at a time.
A problem with the rubber weapons comissioneer has arised as well, and it's all my fault: I underbudgeted, materials are really expensive and time consuming, and his budget is super low (he needs the pieces to cost 2$ each, but just the materials cost $2 per piece actually, and it takes me an hour to make each piece). He was putting a lot of expectations on this product, he has advertised it and now needs a second 70-piece lot, but I need to discontinue the job because it's not economically viable and it entraps me. Even if I got paid 10 per piece I'd be charging less than 5$/hour, because the only possibility to cut down a bit the production times implies making new molds which are also really costly and don't guarantee good results anyway. So this guy has a big problem now, he's always been super nice during the comission (due to those complications I often delivered the products later than I said I would) and I feel like shit for having him deal with this mess.

Also I haven't been able to restrain my bad habits this week (6 days out of seven I've been into unhealthy stuff, skin-picking wounds, unable to restrain myself from eating ice-cream and sweets). A bit sad about that. I've put about 14 lbs since the lockdown, also have split up with a half-girlfriend who was becoming a bit overwhelming and dependent. Yesterday I was at a birthday party with some friends, but i just wanted to go home.

On the good side I have thrown away all of my bad habits triggers. I deleted my dating apps accounts, closed down my fb and ig from my browser, and got rid of my favourites folders. I just shaved and groomed as well.

Anyway, they call it the entrepreneur desert wandering for a reason I suppose.

I'm now trying to regain control, organize the following weeks in a good schedule that allows me to both reprise my sculpture work, keep working on the 3D modelling course, and workout a bit so I can lose a pound or two.
 
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Hi everyone! I'm here again. This week has been much better. Not much in terms of actual hours (46h of work) but in productivity and self-care (9h of sport which I'm very proud of). I've reprised the big sculpture that i kept postponing as well, about 9 hours of work into it, 24 hours into the 3D course, which is almost finished, and several other errands (elaborating some budget plans for the rubber weapon guy and a couple other customers, and also planning my work calendar from now till November.
But most importantly, I've been able to keep my bad habits at bay for all the week. On Friday evening I found it very difficult to concentrate, so I decided to make Saturday a day off. Today I've reprised everything as if it were a working day: 3D classes on the morning and a 5km walk with a friend on the afternoon. I've been able to consistently alternate between working out and going hiking almost every day, losing about 2,5 kg of weight. I've also been super focused throughout the week, and I've started a self-development book I had wanted to read for months.
Next week I'm gonna continue with the big sculpture and finish the last 3 classes of the 3D course, as well as start the final thesis for my master's degree, which is due September. I plan to keep the working out/going hiking schedule once the soreness goes a bit away and the focus on daily habits.

So see you next week! :bicep: :bicep: :bicep:
 
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Hi everyone! 44 worked hours this week, 28 dedicated to the 3D modelling course, which is finally finished. 7 hours for a one-day small job (an artistic educational activity with kids), and 7 more with my Master's Thesis. I spent very little time on social media, but about 25 hours playing Breath of the Wild.
In regards to work, I'm trying to just tackle 2 projects per week. So this week that the 3D model is finished, it'll be the Master's Thesis and the big sculpture.

I haven't sustained my discipline-focus this week. I relaxed after seeing last week accomplishment, so I kind of let myself go. I overate, skin-picked, watched a lot of porn and woke up between 8 and 9:30 almost every day (my aim is 7-8) Also the last sessions of the 3D course were especially tedious, the modelling program kept crashing... and I seeked quick rewards.
In regards to exercising, I went for a walk on Monday and Wednesday, the wednesday one I went alone and I did more than usual (15 km at a high walking speed), but I overworked and injured myself on the foot sole . So I hit a months-low (76,5 kg) but I'm now at 78,8 again.

Anyway, I'm thinking of a reward system to help me sustain all these good habits. There are several things I'd like to buy/do, but in a way, the focus on work and on austerity, never having time for that, is a way of avoiding them. Stuff as paragliding, getting a massage/spa, getting new clothes or some books or hobby stuff.

I'm thinking about a small prize for every good habit sustained for each week, and a big one to "celebrate" 10 weeks.

See you!! :)
 
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Hi everyone!!! Another week of self-accounting.
This week has been a bit weird. Grandma died so I went on a day trip to her funeral. Even though i had never had much of a relationship with her, I suppose it has affected me. I had to justify my father (her son)'s decision not to attend by exaggerating his health problems, and I didn't feel like I was doing the right thing. He's been neglecting himself since his aneurysm, hasn't left home, has put a lot of weight, he has no contact with other people, he blames everything on external factors, denying his ability to change things, and he takes the littlest comment about that as a personal attack, which makes him not speak to my mother and me for days.
I try that his attitude towards life doesn't affect me, but coexistence is difficult with him right now, and I feel a lot of pressure when thinking about having children myself and being a good father to them.
Also I had very little contact with friends, most are on holiday trips these days, I won't be able to go help at a summer camp I usually go each year (which was something I was really looking forward) due to COVID measures, and I suppose everything adds up. I've been feeling a bit sad, tired and alone. The headaches have been less agressive though, so that's a good thing.

Anyway:
I've worked 32 hours (15 on my Master's thesis, 5 on the sculpture, and 10 on my FL project), spent 11 hours doing sports/resting/helping friends, another 11 hours with my family at the funeral, 14,5 playing Zelda (I'don't want to stop playing because it has a positive, calming effect to me, but I'll limit my time on it to 10h a week), and just 6h on FB and 3h on porn.

I've been able to mantain some habits better than last week, though not as good as some weeks before.
I'll probably rethink the reward stuff, I don't think it'll really help in making the habits part of what I am. What I've find helpful, is to concentrate on the mid-terms benefits of what I'm doing (or not doing), and think about how that is a greater reward than the instant reward of any temptation.

Anyway :) I keep looking forward!
Till next week!
 
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Hi everyone!!! Been a few weeks without writing. First week of the month was the usual: 36 hours of work (Finally finished the Master's Thesis). Then I went away for a week with some friends at the Costa Brava region (really needed it after such a year).
I got a bit of a cold there, with some fever so I got tested for Corona (thankfully the results are negative).
So I took a couple of sick days. For the second half of the week though, I've gone full throttle and done about 26 hours of work.
A bit of work on the big sculpture, and a painting for a contest which is due next week as well.
Some new updates for my 3D project, the campaign for which is finally taking shape (Made my first splash page advert, felt a little bit cheesy/weird).
Here it is:
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I want to launch in a week or so, but there's still a lot of work to do so at the moment I haven't shared this ad, just pics of the new models.

And I turn 31 in two days! Really thankful for having found Unscripted and the Forum a year ago.

So see you next week!
 

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Hola! Yo tambien soy artista tratando de convertir mi trabajo en mi negocio y fastlane, me gusto mucho leer todo tu proceso y saber que hay mas como yo ahi fuera!
 
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Hola @che_hojas! gracias por leerme! Poco a poco vamos avanzando.

Here I am again!
Another weirdly scheduled week with very little actual work (less than 10h). Lots of time spent organizing and being in social meetings for me and my best friends's birthday celebrations, we were a couple days away with some other friends (I've used the opportunity to go spotting local investing/business opportunities as well).
Presented a painting to a contest in an expensive tourist destination, spoke with several artists and estate agents in that village.
Phone died as well, spent a full afternoon trying to fix it/recover information and looking for alternatives,
and also put some hours into a project that will probably interfere with my short term FL projects, but which aligns a lot with my core values (helping a scientific team with the visualizations of a breakthrough theory in physics).

So this next week will be a bit more packed with work. The Master's thesis has to be finished, delivered and presented, and several projects need be reprised.
 

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Hi everyone!!
This week has ben a lot better in terms of schedule and regularity.

I've worked 21 hours on my Master's thesis (which I present in a couple hours), about 10 on my Fastlane project, and 16 on helping in that physics project, and 5 on other projects. A total of 52 work hours, which is not bad.
I was having some doubts about my FL facebook page (I was losing traction) but an update this week has got a lot of attention (the photo/product was very attractive, I'm happy about that).

Besides from that, 10 healthy hours (social life and sport) and 18 idling (even though just 4 hours have been spent FB/IG browsing, I'm happy about that as well).

I've had strong headache almost every day, I believe due to the pressure of my thesis presentation.
But I've been able to regain control over most daily habits, so things are going well.

These days jobs in the public education system are being assigned. I had my appliance to those on "pause", but I've decided to become available again. It's a change to a more scripted job, but I've got a little tired of FL grinding/not earning any money during this last year, so I want to try the option of a more stable income for a while. Probably I'll get a 10hr/week job at some high school, so that will allow me to keep working on the FL project anyway.

That's it for the week!
:) see you!!
 
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Hi! It's mid-week but I want to post anyway.

Yesterday set up my Kickstarter to launch in 10 days. A couple guys were asking me for the launch date (I've been delaying it for a year, a month ago I said i'd be launching in 2 weeks but I didn't) and I said "f*ck it" and pre-launched and put an ad saying the campaign starts on sept 20, but I've been feeling like shit and I don't know why.
My master's thesis was quite a trainwreck btw (my tutor basically slacked off during all summer and failed to tell me how far I was deviating from the guidelines,and at the presentation the tribunal told me what I'd done was nothing close to a thesis).
Also there's the f***ng uncertainty about public education's job assignment procedure (a big ball of bureaucratic sh*t and toxic, mediocre, entitled people who constantly complain about it, everything worsened by Corona), the training period in a high school which will be in october as well, and the final exam for an online marketing course that I started 2 years ago will be in october 10 as well (2 weeks of studying needed).
In top of that I have a new possible commission, and I have been 2 weeks without working on the big goat sculpture (if I was my client, I'd probably be very upset with me).

Also, I've been 2 weeks with pretty intense headaches that don't go away with my usual meds, concentrated in the back of my right eye and on the neck muscles, trying to exercise worsens them. I wanted to at least lose a bit of weight so I ate less, but instead I've gained 2 lbs.

A lot of uncertainty in regards to the KS campaign, both in how I will manage the marketing aspect (have no idea what I'm doing), page is just half done, don't know where to start with everything that needs to be done (sculpting half of the assets for the campaign, a video for the Kickstarter, molding and casting the first physical pieces, rendering the 3D models, designing the images and copywriting for the campaign). Today I've been like, paralyzed for the whole day, unable to focus on anything, sitting or lying in bed staring at the ceiling, or constantly checking if I got some mail or notification or job acceptance.
Also I haven't gained much traction with the FB posts. I tried a Facebook ad but it's not doing much. Still have to reach out to other plattforms (reddit, FB groups probably).
What a shitty day really. At least I've got it out of my chest.
Sorry for the ranting.
 

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Week 1: FOCUS

Hi everyone!
I'll be documenting my progress here. As you might know, I'm a 30-year-old sculptor from Barcelona.
I've been freelancing for five years, and although everything is going better each year, it is hardly enough to cover my minimal living expenses.

I've never done any marketing effort seriously. All the customers have been people that know me personally, or acquaintances of them.
On one hand that's good because that means my product is good enough, on the other it means that I have plenty of work to do in the public aspect of my business.

My main problem these years has been that I've wanted to be a jack-of-all-trades.

So far, to just get it out of my mind, the projects that have been giving me some consistent money and recurrent customers for the past few years are:
1. - Giant fibreglass beast sculptures (one of a kind, very time consuming, low paid, but cool and impressive)
2. - Custom-made trophies (nice Fastlane potential)
3. - Painting/drawing comissions (portraits of friends mainly)
4. - Scenery for theatre and hand-painted lettering (one-of-a-kind commissions)

5.- And last but not least, this past year I've started working for short periods as a substitute teacher at several schools. Some sporadical slowlane switches that I felt were necessary for my mental health (being a struggling entrepreneur for so long, the loneliness, the uncertainty, everything was taking its toll on me).

Besides all this, last year also got into several non-paying stuff:

6.- Submitted a sculpture to one of the most important realist art contests (and, although not selected, I got into the catalogue!)
7.- Started collaborating with not one but two indie videogame studios,
8.- I signed up to an online course on digital marketing and e-commerce,
9.- Became a member of an investment club, which led me to Unscripted and
10.- the discovery of the FLForum,
11.- Started meeting with art galleries, to evaluate and redefine my paintings and sculptures,
12.- Started a paid partnership to create weapons for a fantasy prop shop,
13.- Started my first CENTS-based project, 3D printable scenery for wargames (which is on indefinite standby btw).
14.-Started a second CENTS project as well about silicone sex toys, also on standby,
15.- And started keyword researching and making Youtube sculpting videos.

As you can guess, jack of all trades means master of none, so most of those projects are unfinished or badly executed.

My main objective in this 2020 will be to FOCUS. Try to just do one thing at a time, and finish it before I get to the next one.


FIRST WEEK PROGRESS
So far, I've been able to:
1. Finish polishing the sculptures for the first set of weapons for the prop shop, which are due in two weeks (8 knife models and 8 copies of each),
2. Finish the remaining 75% of the online marketing course (I didn't want to start the year with it pending, so I've chugged it, 5 topics a day, and it's done).
3. Do a painting comission (3 portraits). Kinda fastlane because, while I usually charge 20/h, I charged 180 for the full commission and managed to do 2 portraits in under an hour and a half. The third one got messed up and required a lot of extra work, so I ended up working at 20/h really.
4. Work 3 hours on the fibreglass beast I've got halfway, so the clients see some small progress,
5. Empty my bookshelves from old books and rearrange them. I've divided my workspace/room in 70 small parts so I can tackle the tidy up process one step at a time. This week I've done 8 of these parts.
6. Open an account on a P2P secondhand selling app and upload several items, which was part of a group challenge to work on our selling abilities, I had this pending since summer.
7. Worked on some designs for a giant gargoyle commission for a Halloween haunted house.
8. Let go of the videogame unpaid project I was in. Told them I don't have time for it.
9. Told the school I'm teaching on not to count on me on a regular basis, as I will have very little availability from now till June.

Overall, about 48 hours of work/study, 25h of self care (social events, doctor appointments, and two 2,5h walks) and 13 hours of procrastinating.



SECOND WEEK PLAN:

1. I'll be starting a mandatory master's degree for my teaching job. 4 hours a day + commuting, monday to friday from now until June. YAY. Not sure how I'll combine it with my other jobs. Not sure if it was the right decision (not much actual knowledge there, it is mostly a bureaucratic procedure, but you need to have it to get hired full-time in any school).
2.I need to finish the weapons for the prop shop (the texturing, moulding, and casting + painting of about 60 pcs total, all due in a couple weeks, probably not gonna meet the deadline but the shop owner is not in a rush either. Nevertheless I'll try to have it on time, as I want to give out a good first impression.)
3. Some testimonial work on the fibreglass beast (right now a polystyrene sculpture) for the clients to see progress. But not the focus this week.
4. Decide whether or not I renovate my yearly subscription to my investor club. On one hand it's what lead me to Unscripted, to the FLF, and there are some very strong individuals and resources, especially in estate investing and flipping skills.
On the other, I feel that it isn't providing me enough value, that most members are hardly proactive, that the mentors are much more distant compared to MJ here, and that college won't leave me time to actively participate there this 2020. Besides, the yearly subscription fee is 700€, which, despite not being a large sum, is quite expensive for someone that earns barely 1000 a month, and super expensive compared to the value the FLF is offering me, which is maybe 10x or 20x.
5. Maybe tidy up some small chunk of my room/workspace. No more than 2-3 hours.
6. Resume my usual sleep schedule. I feel better when waking up before 7:00, and these christmas holidays have been a bit messy in this aspect.
7. Delete all the games from my computer. I feel it'll help me be more focused and increase my awareness on how I spend my free time. I'll delete all the porn as well.

If, and just IF, the weapons are finished, I'll put all my remaining work hours in the big beast sculpture. Trying to get the shape finished as soon as possible, as I'm not sure how many work hours are remaining (bc new process it should be no more than 80, but last beast were 400).

So that's it! I don't want to make other plans. Maybe I'll use some of the lecture time to work on something, not sure still.

Anyway,
I'm leaving it for today, it's getting late.


I'll try to post once weekly! On Sunday or Monday evenings.
Thanks for reading!
It's nice to see another artist on here! Good luck with everything!
 
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So! I'm here again!!! This week has been like a rollercoaster.
But overall, i can say that....

MY FIRST FASTLANE VENTURE....

HAS STARTED!!!!


So I'm really happy and excited for it.
This is the link:
I'm finishing digital assets and making promotion through Facebook right now.

This is the Facebook page! I'd be super happy if people on the FL forum gave a like to it, I haven't still shared the project with my friends and acquaintances so now it's my first "opening" to the public.

Basically I'm selling a digital sculpture for people for 3D print, and I also will produce physical copies of it.
I'm aiming to reach 7000€(at least) in a month, it's quite a lot for a first timer but I'll try it anyway. And several other pieces will be made available if bigger sums are reached.

Lots of different suff to be working on right now, graphic design, rendering, more 3D modelling, physical sculpting, digital marketing...

And other than that, I've got a new small comission (500$, for theatre prop production), put my highschool teacher job appliance on a halt, and had an argument with my parents bc of that, but it helped me share the project with them so everthing's cool.

Haven't counted my hours! I have more important stuff to focus on!
:)
 

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