Videos

What follows below are different topics or presentations from Stephen Meade.
I hope you enjoy the content and gain some valuable insights and information.
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The Tornado Technique

Stephen Meade breaks down the “Tornado Technique”, which is the basis for everything with networking. This simple, five-minute presentation is an actionable technique that you can implement immediately. To begin, realize most people don’t care about what you do, or don’t understand it.

 

USC Spielberg Cinematic School; “Tornado Technique and Why Isolation is a Good Thing.

This presentation was given at USC College to the Spielberg Cinematic School.  It’s part of my program called “Tornado Technique and Why Isolation is a Good Thing”.  This goes through how to isolate exactly what you want, what you need, and how to get it.

This is a continuation of the USC Spielberg School Presentation.

This is part three and the final of the Spielberg Cinematic school.  This is mostly the Question and Answer Section.

 

Indie Entertainment Summit 2013- Hosted by Scott Paige (Pink Floyd)

IES was envisioned by a group of acclaimed industry veterans with decades of success in the industry who are dedicated to providing opportunities for talent & business to thrive in the ever-changing world of entertainment.

 

Leadership Interview by Mark Sadovnick

 

USC Film and Entertainment Class.

This is a 90 minute session that covers all 10 steps of Isolation is a Good Thing.

 

Branding and Naming – Los Angeles, November 06, 2012

Can you control your brand, your message, or your image? Stephen presents how “Isolation is a Good! Thing” for your company. A session for the Founder Institute in Los Angeles.

 

Founder Institute; Vision, Values, and Leadership – Los Angeles, April 02, 2012

What is leadership? Stephen Meade presents “Vision, Values, and Leadership” to the Los Angeles Founders Institute

PowerPoint for: Vision Values and Leadership- LA 04-02-2012

 

Founder Institute; Vision, Values, and Leadership – San Francisco, January 2012

Stephen Meade presents “Vision, Values, and Leadership” in San Francisco

 

Social Media is Broken

This is an expose and interview about the problems with Social Media, directly as it relates to the disconnect between fans and their ability to find “true” celebrity content. Fake fan sites, gossip and misinformation, and inability to monetize the social media sites are all opportunities to turn the entertainment industry, and social network, on it’s head. See the solution offered by OrionNation- our site which allows the celebrity to “Shine Brighter”

 

Isolation is a Good Thing – San Diego, January 19, 2012

A 10 step system for getting exactly what you want. This was an “accelerated” version of the program. It will help with isolating exactly what you want; whether it’s clients, employees, funding, new business, or advisers. This is a simple system that can be quickly and immediately implemented. The Powerpoint that matches up with the video can be found here

 

Hiring & Firing – Chicago, December 2011

Stephen Meade gives a Mentor speech for the FounderInstitute.com. It’s a great organization headed by@AdeoRessi from San Francisco.

 

Vision, Values, and Leadership – San Diego, 2011

What is your vision? What is your value? What do you be in your business, your company, and your life? How do you become a leader? Stephen Meade presents “Vision, Values, and Leadership” to the Founders Institute in San Diego.

 

SAG LifeRaft Panel: Marketing Yourself, April 27, 2012

Stephen Meade speaks on a panel around marketing yourself; hosted by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation

 

TV.com interviews Stephen Meade – 1998

This is a show from 1997 called TV.com. It’s as interesting and funny as the segment was on ecommerce (only $1Billion at the time), and the future of online. We find it even more humurous that Stephen was interviewed for VirtualSellers.com (my online ecommerce venture), and right after him (with a much smaller segment) was Jeff Bezos of Amazon. Many years later, even though Jeff had the smaller part, he certainly got the last laugh!