After he parted ways with Devin, Parker continued producing videos while simultaneously working on his new brand – Full-Time Filmmaker.
He used his work experience and networking to pitch new clients and, more often than not, accepted projects that were way over his head and thought about it afterward.
He goes by the "fake it till you make it" rule and says - "You will never get experience if you don't challenge yourself to accept projects that are a bit over your head."
While hustling with video production, he also replicated other YouTube creators from which he took first videography steps. He started producing and promoting valuable YouTube videos and rapidly grew his user base.
He was aware of the power of online courses. Their ability to provide value on par with film schools without needing to pay tens of thousands of dollars for scholarships.
That's when he decided to monetize his knowledge and started selling film courses.
What was once unfathomable has become a reality – he made a six-figure profit in his first month. This was a sign to commit to his filmmaking course fully.
His course's success was a combination of many factors—his expertise, network, promotion strategy, and building a near-cult following before launch.
But that was just half the job. Once the course was up, Parker needed to continuously update new content, revisit the old, and nurture his members. And he did just that.
It didn’t take long for Parker to break the seven-figure bank!