Episode 174: How to Photograph Details Like a High End Photographer with Emily Reiter

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Emily Reiter is the founder of Anna Delores Photography and a wedding photography educator who empowers fellow creatives to grow their businesses with elevated styling skills, connections with wedding vendors and publications, and entrepreneurial savvy to maximize long-term success.

Former careers in visual merchandising and a business startup have provided Emily a unique skill set ideal for flourishing as a creative entrepreneur, and she is passionate about sharing what she’s learned with other wedding professionals. Whether through in-person workshops, online courses, or one-on-one mentoring, Emily loves to lead other photographers to a thriving career in the wedding industry.

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Episode 173: How to get Press for Your Photography Business with Christina Nicholson

Episode 173: How to get Press for Your Photography Business with Christina Nicholson

Christina Nicholson is a former TV reporter and anchor who now owns and operates a public relations firm, Media Maven. She helps small business owners earn exposure through media relations, video production, writing, and blogging. In episode 173, she’s sharing her tips for getting your photography business featured in the press.

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Episode 172: How to Market Your Business Through Storytelling with Michelle Knight

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Michelle Knight is a mother, wife, world traveler and storyteller. She is also a Personal Brand Coach and Marketing Strategist and the founder of Brandmerry.com.

She works with entrepreneurs to create an authentic, captivating and money-making brand through the power of story. Michelle supports business owners at various stages of their business who share one common goal – creating an authentic brand that allows them to show up as they are, build a loyal community and experience time, financial and location freedom as a result of their work. Now she travels full-time with her family around the US and Europe and spends her time supporting women to achieve time, financial and location freedom.

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Episode 171: How to Stand Out Online in 2021 with James Patrick

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James Patrick is an award winning photographer, best selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host and public speaker based in Phoenix, AZ. He is the founder of FITposium, an annual conference guiding fitness entrepreneurs to grow their careers. James has received a variety of awards for his work as a photographer, marketer and entrepreneur.

Leveraging his diverse experience, James has presented on stages coast-to-coast in the United States and has been interviewed for numerous TV, radio, magazine, newspaper and podcast features. James is the author of FIT BUSINESS GUIDE: The Workout Plan for Your Brand and is the host of the Beyond the Image Podcast. His mission is to create art and opportunity for others.

Resources from James Patrick:

  • Text 480-605-3254 and ask for the lighting guide
  • Instagram: @jpatrickphoto

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Episode 170: How to Add Video to Your Photography Services with Kelli White

How to add video to your photography services with Kelli White

Today on the podcast, Kelli White is sharing how she built her business in both photography and videography, and how you can expand your own business with video.

Kelli is an Indianapolis based photographer and filmmaker, where she works with families, couples and brands to tell authentic stories through photos and video. Kelli has a passion for educating and encouraging new female filmmakers through her videography education website, She Learns Video.

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Episode 169: Daily Habits for Entrepreneurs with Jeffrey Shaw

Daily habits for entrepreneurs with Jeffrey Shaw

Topics from today’s episode:

  • The daily habits of an entrepreneur
  • The Self-Employed Ecosystem for a healthy business and life
  • How personal development increases your capacity for success
  • How to create a Business Model of Multiples

How many people can say they’ve never worked for anyone else? Selling eggs door-to-door at 14 years old began a lifetime of self-employment. As a small business consultant, Jeffrey Shaw coaches self-employed and small business owners through all the business growth and personal development they need for a successful business.

Drawing on his experience as a renowned portrait photographer, Jeffrey sees in others what they don’t see in themselves and apply the business strategies that result in a successful business and fulfilled life.

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Episode 168: How to Scale Your Photography Business (and Still Work Less) With Kelsey Kerslake

How to Scale Your Photography Business and still work less with Kelsey Kerslake

Kelsey is the founder and creator of the Aligned Business™ Academy, a 12 month business program designed to create a thriving business model that supports you in scaling to 6-figures while living your life without burning out. She is also the owner of Pinegate Road, a personal branding agency. Now 32, Kelsey is enthused by working with entrepreneurs to fulfill a “life first” approach while building the business of their dreams. Learn how you can apply Kelsey’s approach to scale up your business AND work less hours.

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Episode 167: Level Up Your Sales Game with Dave Lorenzo

Dave Lorenzo’s life changed when he was hit by a taxi on his way to a high pressure consulting meeting in New York City. He made a promise to himself that day that if he came out okay, he would get off the hamster wheel and set up a business that would give him more freedom in his life. Now Dave helps business owners develop their own growth strategies, including better sales. Today on the episode, Dave is sharing his sales tips with you.

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Episode 166: Diversify and Scale Your Photography Business with a Membership – with Lisa Princic

Lisa Princic is a trained business strategist and the host of the Scaling Deep Podcast. Lisa’s clients turn to her for help with business growth when they are worn out from chasing the next mass marketing trick, but know they need to go beyond word of mouth. She is a results-oriented, deep thinker who has an innate instinct for “seeing” the value of a business and turning that into a pipeline of ideal clients. A staunch believer in business simplicity and intention, Lisa helps her clients accomplish their goals by focusing on what to do AND what to ignore.

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Episode 165: The Artist Marketing Formula with David Emmons

The Artist Marketing Formula with David Emmons

David Emmons has been an artist for decades, selling his copper and stained glass hanging water gardens at the most prestigious Art Festivals in the country.

He spent over 30 years of his life setting up and tearing down more shows than he can count. He spent countless days sitting in the rain. He’s felt the disappointment of merely breaking even after a grueling week on the road. Discouraged, he sipped the weak coffee, listened to the roar of generators or repetitive Christmas music all day, and lost his voice from days of endless talking. He missed his wife, and his kids, and the many things he dreamed of doing.

Being a self employed artist/crafts-person should mean having MORE free time, not less. It should mean having greater quality of life – Having the ability to chase your dreams…

Three years ago, David made a shift and it changed his life. Up to that point, he was doing 30 shows a year. Now he only exhibits at 1 or 2 of his favorite shows. This massive shift happened simply because of how he uses his Facebook business page and his online marketing skills he has developed. His internet business increased by 1,000% and is rising monthly. His Facebook page increased from 757 fans to 96,000 fans in just three years and it is still increasing at a rapid pace.

Now that he is free of the frustration of working so hard to make his business profitable, David has turned his focus towards helping others learn how to use online marketing to create this same freedom and success for themselves.

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