The truth is, there is A LOT to learn….
Especially when it comes to growing your photography business.
Things like: How to fill your calendar with premium clients so you can avoid the income roller coaster.
How to grow as a photographer without buying new equipment or going back to school . . .
How to create the right type of High-Ticket offers so you don’t scare away potential clients.
How to raise your prices without spooking your current clients.
How to streamline your business so you don’t have to continue trading time for money.
How to avoid business burnout and feel that passion that got you into this business in the first place.
How to not lose clients to your competitors?
How to make enough to quit your “day job” and be a full-time photographer?
WOW. It’s kinda overwhelming right?!!!
I get it because I also struggled with ALL of these challenges when I first started out as a photographer.
YEP…. I had to work all this stuff out on my own early on with so much trial and error and it wasn’t exactly fun.
It felt like a jigsaw puzzle with so many pieces that I had to put together…
Without knowing what the pieces were or even where they were hiding.
If you currently feel like this and are struggling with overwhelm….
I can guarantee I have also felt the same way. BUT….
What I discovered was all that it took was having ONE great strategy...
to completely transform things.
A strategy tailored to your specific situation and business...
To help you get from where you are to where you want to be.
For me, I was very fortunate to have a mentor very early on in this business who set me up for success.
She literally rescued me when I was about to give it all away :-(
Well, she put together a clear Revenue Roadmap for me that I could follow step by step, which helped me build momentum.
It wasn’t complicated, but it was super effective…
…and what I have learned over the years is that SIMPLE = BEST.
Even the business magnate, Richard Branson says: “Complexity is your enemy. Any fool can make something complicated. It is hard to make something simple.”
My mentor gave me clear guidance and helped me remove all the distractions and overwhelm. I didn’t realize it at the time...
But what my mentor gave me was a roadmap ....