Career Projection 101: An Independent Contractor's Guide to a Successful Business and Balanced Life

Career Projection 101: An Independent Contractor's Guide to a Successful Business and Balanced Life

by Clem Harrod
Career Projection 101: An Independent Contractor's Guide to a Successful Business and Balanced Life

Career Projection 101: An Independent Contractor's Guide to a Successful Business and Balanced Life

by Clem Harrod



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Professional Projectionist, Clem Harrod, brings over 25 years of knowledge and experience to his company CLEMCO.AV. He established the organization with the mission to Coach, Lead, Educate and Mentor those studying Audio-Visual Technology and working in the Live Event Production Industry. Clem now focuses his energy on helping Independent Contractors enjoy a life with less stress and more financial opportunities. Through his career in Video Projection, Clem began to understand Life Projection in ways that allowed him to amplify his success.
Now with Career Projection 101, Clem has created a grid and framework to guide Independent Contractors toward achieving their own long-term goals.

The purpose of this book is to help Independent Contractors, Freelancers, and Small Business Owners better manage their time, money, and relationships by answering the questions, "How do I..."

--Get Started

--Get Noticed

--Find a Specialty

all the way to:

--Create a Budget

--Find an Accountant

--Get Health Insurance

and ultimately:

--How Do I Retire?

Written in an act format—Act I: The Walk-In, Act II: The Show, and Act III: The Walk-Out—Career Projection 101 will become a prerequisite for anyone starting a career and life in the Live Event Production Industry.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163971039
Publisher: CLEMCO.U
Publication date: 04/03/2020
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Clem Harrod serves as the owner and Chief Projection Officer of CLEMCO ( which he established in April of 2016. Clem began studying the art of Television and Event Production in middle school in the early 1990s. After graduating high school, he began working towards his Bachelor of Science in Media Production at Florida State University and was an active member in the College of Communication's professional production group known as Seminole Productions. It was there he learned three key skills: the art of storytelling and seeing things for more than what they appear to be on the surface, the ability to anticipate and predict outcomes through shooting sporting events, and how to stay focused and attentive while working in energetic and entertaining environments.Upon his graduation from Florida State in 2001, Clem began an internship with the Orlando Magic. There, he established himself as a very talented Sports Videographer and continued shooting NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL, and various other NCAA events for fifteen years. Through his contacts in the broadcast industry, Clem was introduced to, and simultaneously ran a career in, Corporate Event Production. Here, he began as a Stagehand and, through his strong work ethic and friendly personality, quickly worked his way up the ranks to become a very skilled Video Projectionist. With a new career focus, Clem decided to retire from the sports broadcast sector of the industry and devote his time to teaching and growing his own business. Now, CLEMCO.AV partners with many well- known production companies and their Fortune 500 clients to produce events for audiences of up to 15,000 attendees.After leaving sports, Clem's desire was to understand how to best manage the personal and professional side of the Freelance/Independent Contractor lifestyle. Enlisting the help of various service providers, Clem created a platform of communication and networking that offers a solution that didn't exist when he started his career. With the newly found sense of balance and work life integration, Clem is now able to spend quality time with his family and educate others on the philosophy known as Projection 101.

Table of Contents



Act I: The Walk-In

  • Chapter 1: How Do I Get Started
  • Chapter 2: How Do I Get New Clients?
  • Chapter 3: How Do I Find a Specialty
  • Chapter 4: How Do I Build New & Maintain Old Relationships?

Act II: The Show

  • Chapter 5: How Do I Set Up a Budget?
  • Chapter 6: How Do I Decide on a Business Model?
  • Chapter 7: How Do I Get Insurance?
  • Chapter 8: How Do I Plan for My Financial Future?

Act III: The Walk-Out

  • Chapter 9: How Do I Retire?



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