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#26 - CREATING A PERSONAL BRAND FOR YOUR BUSINESS WITH MIGUEL PALOMA AND TONY ARCE
By Ricardo Rodriguez & Matthew Mesick
On episode #26 of the Profits Over Wages Podcast we sat down with Miguel Paloma and Tony Arce - Founders of Red Ivy Studios, Red Ivy Social and devHour.tv™. Red Ivy Studios creates memorable brand stories, creative messages, and visually stimulating marketing campaigns for small businesses. They help clients optimize their marketing strategy in order to build brand loyalty, increase exposure, and drive sales. Whether the strategy calls for TV commercials, infomercials, corporate videos, marketing and promo videos, training films, live events or documentaries, Red Ivy’s production studio features the latest cutting-edge high-definition digital cinema, photography, and audio recording. Red Ivy Social creates, plans, and executes experiential marketing events that deliver real results by shaping new perceptions and positioning clients where they want to be. They take audiences beyond digital reality into real experiences based on real relationships. devHour.tv™ is an exciting, new, online platform that pays homage to the Chicago's restaurant scene.
On this episode we talk about building a personal brand, telling your story and why it’s important, how to make a human connection in today’s multi-device world and Tony role plays with Matt to get him to share his story, what motivates him and why he does what he does.
- Miguel’s and Tony’s background
- How Miguel and Tony got started
- How Miguel and Tony made the transition from working a 9 to 5 to business owners
- Link: www.DevHour.tv
- What DevHour.tv is and how it came about
- What is Red Ivy Studios?
- What makes Red Ivy Studios different?
- Building a personal brand, telling your story and why it’s important
- How Miguel and Ricardo met from a Facebook post
- Miguel’s and Tony’s latest product, the video business card
- Vulnerability and why it’s important when telling your story
- Miguel role-plays with Matt to share his story, what motivates him and why he does what he does
- Tony’s video business card: www.tonyarce.me
- Miguel’s video business card: www.miguelpaloma.info
- Tony talks about his attitude on why they do what they do and why they do it
- Working with students to promote themselves online vs just using a resume
QUESTION ROUND [STARTS AT 45:03]
- How did you get the concept for you business?
- If you got the change to start over, what would you do differently?
- Have you ever turned down a client? And why?
- To what do you attribute your success?
- What was the worst piece of advice you ever got?
- What habits helped make you successful?
- What do you wish you knew before you started?
- What living or dead person, other than family members do you most admire?
- Do you have a favorite failure? Is there one that set you up for a future success?
- Why do you do what you do? What gets you through the tough times?
- If you had one piece of advice for someone just starting out, what would it be?
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Release date: 04/02/2018
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On this episode we talk about, the pros and cons of investing in single family vs multi-family rentals, why in real estate you must be paranoid in the short term but optimistic in the long term, and how Andrew has personally worked with over 300 investors in the Chicagoland market and helped them develop a portfolio of over 2,000 rentals.