We had the good fortune of connecting with Josh Vegors and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Josh, what’s the most important thing you’ve done for your children?
As my career has progressed and my kids have gotten older, I think I’ve had to take a really hard look at what it means to be a provider. A big part of my life for many years was working in the music industry. That time was split between time in the studio and time on the road as a guitar player. But after my wife Lisa and I had our third kid, I had to take a step back and take a real hard look at how I was spending my time for work. The reality was that being a dad that was on the road 150 days of the year didn’t really align with what I wanted to provide for my kids. Being a provider wasn’t about money any more. It was about providing guidance, support, opportunity, and experiences. I had to pivot away from music, which was a hard decision because I loved it so much, but ultimately, it was a good move for me. Now my time is split between my sales job and my freelance work as a content creator. Although being a small business owner does still take some additional time, its great to not have to travel as much, and my work can be done anytime/anywhere.
But the thing that has been the MOST fun for me, is that my boys get to participate with me as I am creating content. My older two boys in particular really are getting an eye for photography, and I have enjoyed partnering with them on several shoots. They love it when a company uses a photo they took, and it gives them a sense of fulfillment to see that someone valued their work. I guess its just one more way that I get to be a provider for them.

Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
My business partner and I take a lot of pride in the fact that we are REALLY good at seeing where marketing and social media is going. We recognized many years ago that the time and effort that social media would take for mid-market companies would soon eclipse what their in-house abilities were. So we started putting together management packages to off-load that work to us. The next iteration of social media is going to be data analytics and strategic posting schedules. This is especially true for companies that are trying to break into new markets and capture a net new audiences/customer base. We’ve gotten really good at it. If all your company is doing is throwing up a post every day or two without thinking about how that fits into your over arching marketing plan, you are missing the boat.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
I actually have a friend coming into town for 4 days to do some hunting. So the schedule is a little crazy. Thursday – Scout deer stands for the next morning.
Friday – Hunt till dark
Friday night – friends giving
Saturday – Morning hunt
Saturday midday – go to my sons wrestling match
Saturday evening – Hunt till dark
Saturday night – bonfire and whiskey tasting
Sunday morning – Church
Sunday afternoon and evening – hunt till dark
Monday morning- pack up and send off

We treat all of our friends like family.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I want to thank my wife for supporting my crazy endeavors, and the people who trust me enough to rely on my expertise is social media. Pine Ridge Archery, Elite Archery, and Kings Camo, y’all are the best, and I look forward to continuing to support you in your social media journey.

Website: nxtlevel.media

Instagram: @joshvegorsmedia

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