One of the main benefits of owning your own business is making your own schedule! And yet so many photographers get into a reactive mode where their business runs their lives, and they’re left with little flexibility and freedom. Tune in to this conversation with photographer Sabrina Gebhardt, and learn how to take back control of your schedule today!
Starting and building a photography business is a big challenge, and it’s easy to lose a sense of balance between work and home life. Listen in to this consultation today as host Nathan Holritz helps photographer Meredith Detchantala with some principles that will help her juggle business and family life more effectively!
Getting a new business off the ground takes lots of hard work and time, and yet part of the reason we get into business for ourselves is to have more freedom and flexibility in life! How can you put the necessary work into growing a business while still having a life? Listen in to this conversation with Jenna Henderson to learn how!
Does running your business feel disjointed and chaotic, when you thought it would be more of a linear process? Do you have systems in place to keep you going for the long run?
In Episode 8 of The Noobie Podcast, Kim Kovacik shines a light on the idea that running a business, whether freelance artistry or a freelance business, is an endurance race – not a sprint. While the hope may be for an uphill climb to the top, the reality is that there will be rocky lows and amazing highs, but each experience is a part of the journey. Tune in as we chat about being your own cheerleader and inspiration, how to stay encouraged when you’re feeling down, and how to protect your boundaries to maintain balance in your life.
Have you recently started a photography business and feel as if you’ve been thrown into the fire? Are you reacting to the stress and overwhelm as it happens, instead of recognizing when and where you tend to get overwhelmed and being proactive about managing it?
In Episode 7 of The Noobie Podcast, Kalla Ramberg opens up about her personal experience with overwhelm as her photography business quickly gained steam in the last couple of years. While there can be an external pressure to hustle and do whatever it takes to make your goals a reality, there is something to be said for stepping back and reassessing the situation and your needs. Tune in as we chat about finding a mentor, how to recognize areas that you may struggle in, and how you can outsource or delegate tasks before you reach overwhelm.