Producer training material needed

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      I've done more than 40+ videos by now as a small one man show over the last year or so, some of them as long as 35 minutes!  As many of you might know being a one man show, juggling the client, business, artistic and creative hats can sometimes get a little difficult.   I often find myself disappearing into a project for two or three weeks and then I'm looking up at the end and realising that I have no ongoing work because I was so focused on the current job I wasn't looking forward and finding new work leading to ups and downs which seem to make life a little bit more difficult than I would like
       
      Which brings me to my question I have a friend that is currently unemployed who is much more detail and task orientated than i am,  he has come and help out on a few video shoots and has an interest in the process. Lately I have been talking to him about the concept of coming in with me taking over the producer/scheduling organisational part of the business as I feel that this is where I am lacking, is anybody aware of any training or typical process material for aspiring producers?
       
       
      Any input welcome ~ Pete
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      Mike WilhelmMike Wilhelm
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      Nothing beats real-world experience, but I'm going to give Videomaker a shameless plug! πŸ˜€ Here's a metric ton of business and pre-production articles and videos:

       

      http://www.videomaker.com/how-to/business

       

      http://www.videomaker.com/how-to/pre-production

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