Do you ever wish you could walk into any room and simply feel at peace? Are you always wondering how to endure awkward conversations with strangers? Here are some verses of truth that have helped me in moments of social anxiety...Read More
Today’s business world is a cycle of marketing for clients, serving clients for monetary recompense, and then marketing for more clients. Everyone says more is better and we often measure success by how many new clients are flocking to a certain business owner. In lieu of income, running a business is more about constantly gaining new clients then pouring everything into your current and past clients. But is that really true?
When I stepped into the world of photography a couple of years ago, I was pouring all of my effort into gaining new clients instead of fiercely loving and serving the ones I already had. I mean, I tried to be gracious and kind and helpful, but I didn’t really understand how to simultaneously pour everything into my current clients and yet grow my business and gain more customers … that is, until this year. . .Read More
If you’re a young business owner, you probably know how hard it is to gain the trust of potential clients. I’ve always felt as though I’m not old enough to run a business, but I still had the passion to keep hustling to make this dream happen for me. I have come across several blog posts about being a young entrepreneur and I’ve gathered my favorite tips so you can read what has worked best for me as a 16 year old with her own photography business.Read More
In the last several years, social media has become a buzzword not only in society, but also in the business world. Social Media platforms are, of course, primarily for individuals, but that hasn’t stopped organizations and companies from jumping on the bandwagon. Sometimes companies think that the act of having a social media account is enough and will attract their target market. This mentality, however, can become the breeding ground for poor and unengaging content.Read More