Take back your 80%- Spend more time doing what you love and make more money!

What:
Lecture
When:
Tuesday Mar 29   04:30 PM to 06:00 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Midnight Special
Discussion:
0
You love photography, and you first fell in love with the creative side. When you transitioned from photography as a passion into photography for a profit, you probably realized that it’s 80% business and 20% creativity.
What if it didn’t have to be this way? What if you could spend more time on the creative side?

What if you could flip the split and take back your 80%?

Furthermore, what if I told you that you could actually stop being so "busy" all the time, still make a great living from photography and achieve work-life balance once-and-for-all?

I believe our industry is ready for a change. I believe there are too many great photographers that struggle, not because of a lack of creativity, but because of a lack of business knowledge, systems, follow-through and implementation. I ultimately believe in the freedom that being an entrepreneur allows for, and that there is nothing more attractive than being able to make a living by doing what you love.

In this program, I will help you realize the lies you tell yourself about being busy, and I'll give you the “truths” to replace them with. I'll show you how you can get more done in less time, how you can take your time back and achieve greater margin in your schedule. I'll guide you through the transformation into doing more of what you love in your business, all while showing you how to:

- Create work-life balance and achieve full mental clarity.
- Embody true professionalism through consistency and reliability.
- Have happier clients.
- Reach increased financial freedom.
- Spend more time in your creative zone.

These are some big promises, but join me in my program and I promise you'll love who you are on the other side!

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