One of my first questions to you is “what are your goals?”
What do you want to create?
What is your vision for your photography business?
It’s amazing how the answers are all over the place. But here’s the interesting thing.
The photographers who are making more have some very specific and common practices.
One, they have goals, Two, they take action. And three, when their actions flop, they don’t take it personally. Sh*t happens.
For example, when you act on a goal, and it fails, you have THREE ways to look at that fail:
- Repeat the same behavior
- Change your approach
When a goal becomes a flop for you, it’s important to manage your mindset.
Remember, set a goal that is SPECIFIC (exactly how much do you want to make and what markets do you want to go after). It’s amazing how your brain starts to come up with solutions when you have a specific goal to reach.
Next, set a goal that is MEASURABLE (when exactly will you achieve your goal). You must set timelines to achieve your goals – it’s mandatory.
And finally, when you do make it, keep your feet firmly planted on the ground. Don’t be a jerk. Success and money can do that to some folks…..but not you…
FREE: In this presentation I reveal to you what I feel in my heart is the most effective ways to break free from the limitations that hold you back. Grab a pen and note pad, turn off your phone and facebook and focus in on this for an hour.
It may change your life.
Robert N. Provencher – Your Master Coach Marketer
“If you want to be a profitable and successful photographer, then study profitable and successful photographers.”
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