Rachel Bastarache Bogan is an entrepreneur, videoeditor, author and rollerskater. She is the driving force behind Renegade Digital Post, a post-production company based in Denver. She's also the author of "How to Edit Videos That People Want to Watch," available on Amazon.com. When she's not entrepreneuring or writing, she's often vlogging about business and mindset, or shredding up skate parks.
The post-production for video, particularly the edit. I assemble and lead teams. As an entrepreneur I constantly learn about business management, development and marketing. I am also good at gluten-free baking.
Making connections in the marketing and corporate video production world. Do you know anyone who needs video-marketing or video production services?
"You can do this." - Jeff Bartsch, teacher at the Power Edit Academy in Burbank, CA.
I love Benjamin Franklin for his pursuit of things that benefited other people. From creating printed content to inventing a type of street lamp, to his political activity and diplomacy, he sought the good of others.
My smile, tenacity, and ability to execute and get stuff done.
Either opening a gluten-free exclusive bakery, or pursuing a professional aggressive-quad skating career.
Pretty much anything I've read or watched. I tend to have a photographic memory.
I would teach them to dance.
Rachel’s CreativeMornings activity
Austin Kleon A writer who draws
Danny Kim From Chaos to Creativity
You can put all the hours into something you want, but if there's no heart behind it, then there's no soul behind it.
Armando Geneyro 10,000 Hours and Counting...
Kayvan Khalatbari Committing to Solve a Housing Crisis
There is no courage in playing it safe.
If you survived middle school, you have courage.
Kurt MacDonald The Fable of a 56-Million Year Old Fish
Debra Fine The Death of Conversation
When you stop looking at your job to solve all your problems, you'll stop being disappointed.
The only way to become "successful" is to define what success actually means to you — and it should be different for everyone.
Damon McLeese Giving All Artists Access
Dr. Carly Howett Exploring the Great Beyond
Cynthia Morris Fear is a Treasured Creative Ally
Steve Nash The Mystery is Us
Michael Keen A Tapestry of Moments
Justin Cucci Restaurants with WEIRD Histories
Robots are coming, and they are coming for all of us.
Technology can help us help the planet. You know, I think a lot of people look at technology as this potentially ominous thing which has done maybe more damage than good to the planet. But I think we're getting to this stage now where we can start to manipulate technology to amend the damage that's been done by it and by us.
Open Source Beehives Citizen Science and Bees