Scott Ginsberg has recently finished and released a new film entitled Eyes Full of Dreams. You can view the film and learn more about it BY CLICKING HERE!
Since 1999, Scott has released six albums on his own record label, authored 27 books, published an award winning blog, given a TEDx talk and delivered over 600 presentations and corporate training programs worldwide. He’s the only person in the world who wears a nametag 24-7. Even to bed. Simply google the word nametag, and you’ll see his work benchmarked as a case study on human interaction, revolutionizing the way people look at approachability, identity and commitment. He was also inducted into Ripley’s Believe It Or Not with the rest of the freaks.
Today’s discussion guide:
This is a film about the pursuit of dreams. Why are people so hesitant to pursue their dreams?
What inspired you to make a film about pursuing your own dreams? And did you meet any resistance?
Aren’t we on this Earth to make art? To create? To leave a mark? And exactly how do people break free to actually do this?
How to deal with roadblocks.
Is this a documentary? Or is it a masterclass in living life?
We discuss the production of an independent film such as this: How did you build a team? Create it? Storyboard it? Collaborate on it? Post-production?
How do we actually determine what our dreams are? For those stuck in a life without them….
Watch the film’s trailer here:
He is a former marketing strategist, national political operative, and lobbyist.
Todd has published five books, writes a business + lifestyle column, is a distance runner, and lives in Chicago with his wife Stephanie + family.