Goals vs Milestones

Morr Meroz Entrepreneurship, Productivity

I hear a lot of talk about setting goals. I’ve also heard people define a yearly plan for their business with certain goals such as “reaching 5000 email subscribers before the end of the year” or “10% increase of traffic every month” and other such metrics. Setting up such goals is nice and all, but there’s one problem with doing …

Stop Being Embarrassed

Morr Meroz Entrepreneurship, Inspiration

Stop being embarrassed about pursuing your own thing. You feel like there’s a magnifying glass above you, created by your family and friends, but there isn’t one. Doing the traditional route of getting a nice job is easy, because nobody can ever point to it and say “this is stupid.” Nobody will raise their eyebrows at getting a job as an …

My Blog Is a Dictatorship, Not a Democracy

Morr Meroz Audiences, Entrepreneurship

There’s a reason why most great thinkers and entrepreneurs didn’t put too much stock in asking people what they wanted. Steve Jobs was famous for it, and Henry Ford was quoted saying that if he asked people what they wanted they would have asked for faster horses. I try to treat my blogs (and in actuality – my businesses) as …

What I’ve Learned from Launching My First Online Community

Morr Meroz Audiences, Product Launch

This week I’ve launched my very own online community, the Bloop Creators Club. The Club went through quite a tremulous launch. First it was paid, then it became free. What happened there? In this post I want to tell you about what went behind it all, as well as the story behind the Club in general. Why did I create this Club? I thought about creating the Club …

Why I Will Never Take Clients (Clients vs. Customers)

Morr Meroz Audiences, Entrepreneurship, Freelancing, Making Money, Opinion, Products

I worked for a lot of productions studios (animation, VFX, film etc…), and I’ve studied their business model. It’s mostly based on having a minimal staff, getting clients, then hiring as many freelancers as possible to deliver the client work and repeat. Here’s why I swore not to use this model for my animation business. The client based business is …

Why I Created a Promotional Video for My Business

Morr Meroz Audiences, Entrepreneurship, Products, Video, YouTube

I recently released a promotional video for my business (my animation blog). It was professionally recorded at a high end studio, edited, color corrected, and generally took a while to produce to the level I wanted it to be. It also wasn’t meant for promoting any products, or even attract new people to my website. This video was created as a brand …