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  1. Hello! I just watched this interview and it resonates with me a lot. I will be in the next few years moving toward possibly breaking out on my own. I am currently licensed and just need more basis of business before I’m really comfortable to really do it. I’m am comfortable where I am but the future always holds mystery. Great video. Thanks

  2. This interview was simply fantastic. Thanks for the insight on the start-up phase.

    Lee is absolutely correct on the need for outreach. I started my 3D modeling firm eight months ago. I work with both architects and contractors.

    My biggest secret:

    Call potential clients and ask if you can interview them and write an article about them or their company.

    Benefits:
    It’s a way of getting an interview with them. 😉 (Got 2 big clients this way.)
    They may put a link to your article/site. 😉
    When their company is googled, your article will come up in the results. 🙂

    Lastly, participate and follow sites like this one. (there’s a subscribe button highlighted in blue at the bottom) Leave comments and give advice. Don’t be afraid that you’re giving away secrets. That’s small world thinking. You can only help yourself by making yourself more known. Bottom line is, if you don’t do it, someone else will. So why not have that traffic go to your site?

    http://jacobwilliamsmodeling.com
    Proficient in both Archicad and Sketchup.

      • I love the content you’re creating. I don’t think people appreciate how much time it takes to put all this together. Someone should interview you sometime. I want to know about your journey. You could do an about me video. But I like the conversational aspect of having two people conversing and reacting to each other.

        • Time yes you can say that again. Thanks Jacob for you support and comment! Maybe I will do an about me video sometime. Thanks for the suggestion.

  3. It was a great interview. Informative, to the point and hard objective facts. The stuff that varsity should be made of. Keep interviwing.
    Thank you.

  4. Great podcast! Informative, real, passionate, and humble. Appreciate the insight Lee and thank you for sharing your start and thoughts to help others. Enoch as always…enjoyed ur interview and questions.
    Thanks to you both.

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