We turn videographers into Video WARRIORS by helping you build strong business, life, and sales skills that can lead you to a successful financial future.
Products, eBooks, & Courses
We’re all about empowering videographers to think differently about your money, life, and future. We place a huge emphasis on helping creatives build and life a meaningful life, on your terms.
Video Selling Formula
The eBook + Audiobook combo that kickstarted our community. A must-read.
The Video WARRIOR Academy
Our upcoming annual mastermind program for those ready to take their business to the next level. Coming soon.
eBooks & Online Courses
We’ve created eBook and online courses that provide genuine value, with curated information that comes from years of hands-on experience in both video production and running a video production companies. Our eBooks and courses break down our methods and secrets so you can replicate, emulate, and grow your business!
Video Selling Starter Kit
This free 5-day training series will give you the foundation to build a better business.
Born from collaborating with thousands of professionals worlwide, and after helping drive $6 million in sales, we’ve put together an intro program that will get your fire burning.
Two major takeaways:
The 5-Day Schedule:
Video Selling Formula
The #1 sales training audiobook + eBook combo that sparked the Video WARRIOR movement. Available in all major digital formats.
Coaching & Community-Driven Programs
These programs involve hands-on coaching with Nik and Marcus, as well as membership in our private student community where students collaborate and learn from each other. We are proud of the community of Video WARRIORS we have created and welcome future students to be empowered and supported by it!
Zero2WARRIOR Online Course
Define and market your creative expertise while learning how to sell the one video every business needs. Kill your imposter symdrome.
Learn the creative process and build your own version of the video business card, the one video every business needs.
(Coming Soon) The Video WARRIOR Academy
Words From Our WARRIORS
Don’t juset take our word for it: see what our Video WARRIORS think of our mentorship.
Your Video WARRIOR Mentors
Marcus Rideout is the founder of the weekly Warrior Wednesday Show on YouTube and author of “Video Selling Formula” (the book that teaches filmmakers how to run sales meetings, word for word). Contrary to the legends surrounding the man, who also writes about himself in the third person, he’s really just a normal dude who stumbled upon a way to sell video (without selling out).
After proving it wasn’t a one-time fluke sale, he thought it was something only extroverts like himself would be good at. That is until he shared it with one of his most introverted friends, who happened to put it to work and do over $40,000 in his very first year of his own business!
These days he enjoys spending his time in the small Canadian city that captured his heart with his girlfriend of 8 years and their calico cat, “Cali”. He’s recently been seen torturing his neighbors while trying to learn how to play slide guitar on his National Reso-Phonic (one of three axes in his arsenal).
Nik Koyama started making videos at a young age because of his passion for becoming a professional skateboarder. He closed his first contract to make skate videos for an energy drink company when he was 9. The ‘Proof or it never happened’ culture led to a life-long obsession with a video camera. After breaking way too many bones, Nik decided he wanted to produce every type of video he could... and he did.
He didn’t even do it for money, and it wasn’t til a business owner forced a payday upon him for the work he did that opened his eyes to making money from his skill. He went on to earn 6 figures a year while still in high school from his video production work.
Recently he discovered and fell in love with the city of Santa Barbara and took a chance moving on a whim. He had no clients, no family, no backup plan, and within the first 12 months of being there built Santa Barbara’s premiere video production company, employed 13 staff, and sold just shy of $500,000 in video projects.