Dennis Field has extensive experience in arena of graphic design. He has gone off on his own doing freelance design, built an agency, scaled it back to increase profits, and how he’s now giving back.
Dennis is a true entrepreneur, and I hope that you are inspired by his entrepreneurial journey.
He is now building his business consultant for designers practice as well as a side project called Frettie. We don’t get too far into his side project, but hearing his journey into entrepreneurship is inspiring to say the least.
In this episode
- How a designer took his career global
- How massive action is the fuel for break through
- The challenges and fears in breaking out on his own
- The power of an entrepreneurial marriage
- The significance of a hard drive ready to saddle up
“You realize that business locally is one thing, but business globally is a whole other thing.” – Dennis Field (click to tweet)
“As entrepreneurs when you step out, often times it is to challenge yourself and learn more.” – Dennis Field (click to tweet)
Dennis Field’s Website – Learn about upcoming portfolio design workshops, get a copy of his book, and learn more about the life of Dennis Field.
Dennis Field on Clarity – Schedule a breakthrough call with Dennis
Frettie (Dennis’ newest project) – Discover a feedback community for musicians and song writers.
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Samuel Hatton is the full-time marketing guy at Endsight – San Francisco Bay Area’s premium locally sourced computer technology support. He’s a multi-talented creative, natural encourager, and is full of courageous ideas.
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