Locked down, stuck indoors and can’t work…
How You Can Still Be Productive and Profitable In Photography
Even if you’re under strict stay indoors lockdown and curfew measures.
It all seems unfair. Some businesses deemed essential. Not yours. Close your doors, do your part and stay low.
As you watch your bank account start to dwindle. And the photo opportunities sail on by, because, Covid….and you can’t open.
I know, I know. It drives me insane. Especially when this all started almost ten months ago. It seems like there’s no end in sight.
We’re a small business, that’s the truth. We may seem more vulnerable when we stand beside the giants like Costco, Walmart and Amazon.
But we’re only small if we choose to be. There’s a lot we can do that the big essential players can’t.
Comparing blinds us of opportunity.
If we start looking at things differently, and see ourselves and our photography businesses for the true value they hold, we can tap into a whole new mindset filled with opportunities and plans.
It’s time to break loose and break the ties that bind you.
Being small business owners makes us rich with opportunity. There is a lot you can do.
Again, it’s all mindset.
John Butler knows this. He’s a small mom and pop photographer from the Ottawa valley and lives it everyday. I know this too.
John and I will be teaming up next week, sharing our strategies with you on our next NoBs Photo Buzz livestream.
Being a small business is a good thing. You get to be nimble, fast and like a ninja instead of a big lumbering slow behemoth.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 1:00PM EST we’ll be digging deep into our Top Ten strategies for being profitable and productive in a lockdown.
Join us. This could be just the very thing you’ve been waiting for in these trying times.
Yours in success and in photography