My first thought was, “I’m so glad I work for myself so I can say what I want.” I came home from holiday shopping and while my husband unwound with some X-Box time, I went to check in on Facebook and saw the first trickle of the response to the article GQ magazine. That was…Continue readingSelf-Employed? You Can Be Fired for What You Say Publicly
As we are about to spend time talking about workflow and In Person Sales, the timing of the launch of the Easy Client and Money Manager by Jamie Swanson of The Modern Tog couldn’t be more perfect! This easy-to-use Excel workbook organizes your money and your client workflow all in one convenient place! I’ve talked…Continue readingReview: The Easy Client & Money Manager from The Modern Tog
I’m about to start a series on my workflow process, which will dive in to how I proof my images, how I do in person sales, and more. Before I start this series, I want to talk about one very important, crucial thing in your business: YOU. Your business is like a blank page in…Continue readingWhat Business Do YOU Want to Create?
It is hard to believe that Imaging USA 2013 is right around the corner, and I want to share my tips with you to help you have an amazing time while you are there! There are several large conventions & conferences every year for photographers, and each year Imaging USA kicks them all off. This…Continue readingTips to Help You Have an Amazing Time at Imaging USA 2013
I travel a lot for photoshoots, conferences, workshops and vacation. Whenever I visit a city, I make a point to reach out to others in that city that I know through forums or past events like Imaging and WPPI and see them while I’m there. Over the past 5 years, these networks have been so…Continue readingMeet Other Photographers When You Travel!
Over the years, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched business owners stop themselves from launching because they need to take the time to plan it all out. Sort out every last detail. Know exactly what they are doing. I get it. Some of you work that way. But a lot of you…Continue readingFail Fast, Fail Often…