Lesson #2: Why Most Editors FAIL... is live! | The Million Dollar Edit™
The 4 Most Common Myths That Are Holding You Back
Why Most Editors FAIL…
I'm a big believer in mindset first.
In this lesson, we're going to break away from the many lies and myths that we have told ourselves over the years on your video editing journey.
Start on the inside and work your way out.
"Myth #3 - Being Just an Editor" digs at me the most.
Complacency, sitting back, and letting others dictate your career, your future slowly but surely crushes your chances for success.
This mindset - this lie..."Oh, what do I know...I'm just the editor."
"I just wait for my boss to hand me a project and tell me what to do."
An unfulfilled life of a potential creative visionary.
"If you don't need much - then you don't need to become much." - Jim Rohn
This is NOT YOU.
You have so much more untapped potential as a video creator.
You've got big plans for yourself and you're on the road to achieving those plans.
The 4 Most Common Myths That Are Holding You Back from The Million Dollar Edit
❌ The Need for Epic B-Roll
❌ The Cinematic Trailer
❌ Being Just an Editor...
❌ Avoiding the "M" Word
Jordan P. Anderson
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