Category Archives for Mindset

5 Books Every Photographer Should Read

Do you want to turn your hobby into a side hustle or a career? Welcome to the party! You are in among some might fine company. There has never been a better time to build a thriving business as a professional

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How to Use Client Testimonials

What is a client testimonial? A client testimonial is quote from your client about their experience with you. It is similar to a review, like they would leave on Yelp or Google, but they are writing specifically

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Why Photogprahers Should Not Follow Other Photographer’s Business Pages

What not to do I’ve been seeing this in a bunch of Facebook groups lately. Someone will start a thread and ask everyone to post their business pages so they can all like each others page to boost

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Packages, Products, and Pricing

Where to Start You’ve heard that you need to sell packages in order to make money, but you’re not sure where to start. There are so many products to include! You can print on all kinds of materials

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Pricing – Knowing Your Worth

Pricing For Photographers Setting your prices can feel like you’re disarming a time bomb while balancing on a tight rope. There are all kinds of reasons you imagine that pricing too high or too low

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Setting Expectations pt. 2 – Preparing For The Shoot

Preparing For The Shoot “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower This could not be more true when it comes

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Setting Expectations pt.1 – Friends and Family

Photographing Friends and Family Prevention is the best cure! This holds true in so many aspects of our lives. It is especially important when working with friends and family. I have found some things

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