“Morning Rob, I just want to send you a quick note of thanks for your
email blasts, which generally arrive just as I need a shot in the arm and are so full of practical advice and common sense.
I don’t know how you find the time to do so much writing, but it is much appreciated. And I love how you promote all kinds of styles and photographers – I found Kirsten Lewis through you, and I find her work so inspiring…..”
Thanks. Your comments are appreciated. I’m blushing.
I get enough positive emails from photographers like you who get it. Yea, sure. I get some hate mail. Not much. I mostly ignore it.
But for those like minded people, I write.
And here’s how I find the “time”.
And how you can, and should find the time to do the things
that are super important in your life.
(Everyone has heard the saying…’when you want something done, ask a busy person’…it’s all about productivity…)
First off, I have the desire. Everything starts there. Desire. Pure and simple.
Secondly, I make a commitment. How simple is that?
I have a regiment, a plan, a goal, a purpose….and I commit to it.
Does it get any simpler?
I also have rules. Like, no teevee. None. Nada. Zilch….
Yes, I watch movies. But only on weekends. And not always.
The rest of the time I am committed to my goals and personal growth.
Seriously, that’s all there is to it.
Ain’t no more.
Get serious, get committed, have some rules that you will never break and be ruthlessly committed.
By the way, Peg mentioned Kirsten Lewis, who I had the privilege of running a four part series with a while back….truly epic stuff.
Robert N. Provencher – Your Master Coach Marketer
“If you want to be a profitable and successful photographer, then study profitable and successful photographers.”