Practical Tactical Entrepreneur Art-Biz Courses
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CHF's Practical Tactical Entrepreneur series gets hands-on with tools that accelerate what creative professionals and art-entrepreneurs can do to grow their business—while cutting waste, saving time, and delivering punch for the effort.
"If you ever wanted to skip the line on theory and get right into doing something cool, this is it. After one course, you can do something you couldn't do before. And you're far ahead of people reading the manual. It's that simple." - Daniel DiGriz
These courses don't go down every rabbit hole, teach every bell & whistle, or cover every possible tool. You want a wrench, they give you a wrench. You can just use it.
Build a Youtube Channel Fit for Prime-Time
Most Youtube channels are sparse, weirdly salesy, or an smorgasbord of awkward content. On top of that, you might only have a couple of videos or NONE. All you need is a laptop an a couple of hours, and you can make your YouTube channel look like CNN—for no money. Daniel DiGriz walks you through building a stellar YouTube channel start to finish in this eye-opening course that will have you creating a fun media presence you're proud of. You can even do it the same day you take this Practical Tactical course.
Make Professional Videos at Your Desk
You don't have to have a camera crew, fancy equipment, or the dreaded sound and lighting setup to make excellent videos for your social, email, and website audience. All you need is a phone, a laptop, and online tools. Daniel DiGriz walks you through creating videos you love in this fun course that will make VIDEO your new superpower. Communicate your process, preview your work, or just promote your vision. You'll be able to make videos the same day you take this Practical Tactical course.
Please note: Recurring membership in CHF's campus does not provide a ticket to these limited series courses. Signup is expedited for campus members, but not comped.
Limited Series Courses Taught by Daniel DiGriz
Frequently Asked Questions
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Daniel DiGriz is a serial entrepreneur, startup founder, and investor in numerous businesses and asset growth opportunities. By trade, he is a brand storyteller, enterprise evangelist, and community organizer for business. Daniel's companies include MadPipe® which puts good ideas in front of a broader market with sales-aligned marketing, brand messaging, and campaign direction. And Free Agent Source, Inc.—the consulting firm that delivers enterprise projects through direct relationships with consultants. He also works closely with the Clark Hulings Foundation on its mission to equip creative professionals with the tools of successful entrepreneurs and leverage creative intelligence to drive innovation. Daniel's website is digriz.com and his social profiles include Twitter, Youtube, and Linkedin.
Any entrepreneur can benefit from these courses. CHF's focus emphasizes the work of creative professionals and art-entrepreneurs, including working artists. If you are self-employed or run a small business or professional practice, and need to grow, reach a wider audience, and get your message across more effectively, you will find these courses very useful.
Yes. Purchasers of this course are 'ticketed' to attend the live broadcast. After the broadcast, for review, or if you were unable to attend for any reason, the recording will become available for anyone who purchased access.
Essentially, yes. Purchasers of this course are 'ticketed' to attend the live broadcast. After the broadcast, for review, or if you were unable to attend for any reason, the recording will become available for anyone who purchased access.
The course will be broadcast directly to a page on the CHF website or digital campus. After registering, you'll receive a link to the course that is for you, privately. Once the course is complete, it will also be made available via your CHF campus account.
Soon. We expect to do at least once course per month. We'll generally announce each upcoming course during or by the time the current course goes live. We will be working toward a recurring calendar, however.
No. This limited series comes from the professional practice of Daniel DiGriz and are being held to benefit CHF. The series is delivered via the CHF campus but is ticketed independently of campus membership.
We might—but ONLY if you suggest it to us. Email email@example.com and put ATTN: Course Request in the subject line. Tell us what kind of course you'd like us to teach, and we'll consider it.
We'd like that. Let us know what you're thinking at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll consider it.
While CHF does not have in-house scholarships, we welcome collaboration with your local arts organization if they'd like to sponsor your participation. It's a cost-effective way of achieving their mission.
If you are a member of a local arts organization that would like to bring at least six of its members, we can offer a 15% discount on a batch of tickets. Reach out to email@example.com with as much advance notice as possible, and we'll see what we can do in time for the next course.
Absolutely not. These courses don't go down every rabbit hole, teach every bell & whistle, or cover every possible tool. You want a wrench, they give you a wrench. You can just use it.
Unfortunately, used courses cannot be restocked, and so no returns are possible. But we applaud the verve in that question 🙂
You can click the 'register' link above (again) to take you to the course page.
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Yes. We take user feedback seriously. We take it even MORE seriously when it's backed by your support for this organization and our mission. If you'd like to vote for which course(s) we offer next, pair that vote with a gift of any size and we'll take the feedback into account when planning. Click here to vote.