Summer Felix-Mulder is the co-founder of The Draw Shop, LLC, a video animation company focused on sales and marketing videos. She is best known for her ghostwriting and copywriting skills.
Having been at the forefront of internet marketing where she owned and sold several successful internet-based businesses, Summer has consistently grown and adapted with the constant changes of marketing. She works with a community of business leaders, speakers, television personalities, and gifted authors of many talents every day.
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Draw Shop Founder Summer Felix-Mulder Tackles Addiction With Cutting Edge Technology
Time stamped show notes:
[00:21] Summer explains the idea of using white boarder and voice-over to getting your message across.
[01:42] Summer shares how she started her business.
[03:03] Summer shares how they started Whiteboard Video.
[05:21] Summer shares how to make a video powerful, to make audience/viewer engaged.
[06:52] Summer talks about the Abundance 360 Community.
[08:48] Getting into networks and understanding the right connection at right time
[11:18] Be a giver not a taker. Offer value to somebody.
[12:30] Been able to grow because of streamlined process of making things simple for different departments
[12:26] Constraints on getting good artists for a white board drawing
[15:15] Sarah shares what she has learned from past businesses.
[16:02] Sarah empowers people in their business.
[16:27] Incentives are important.
[17:44] Summer shares the things she's good at and is still learning.
[18:20] You are not going to be good at everything. There are certain things that you are good at, and you should focus on and hire out people for those weaknesses.
[18:49] Finding good people, team is important.
[20:50] Summer shares another business: Clear Health Technologies.
[38:06] Positive reinforcement for positive behavior
[39:25] Healing Addiction Summit
[40:24] If there is something that you are thinking about that you really want to do and might be holding back, just start the conversation. One little idea and one conversation can really can open something big.
Three key points:
- Getting into networks and understanding the right connection at the right time
- Incentives are important.
- You are not going to be good at everything. There are certain things that you are good at, and you should focus on and hire out people for those weaknesses.