Want More Success in Your Photo Business?
Curious about how to play and win the Inner Game of your photo career?
Success in your photo business has many aspects. Many would describe a successful photo career is one that allows you to frequently shoot what you love and be well paid for it.
Achieving that goal is a journey–not just a destination– and that journey has many elements. Both seen and unseen.
Obviously, creating great imagery consistently is of primary importance.
Promoting your work? Also, essential.
Getting to the right people at the right time. Yep. That, too.
Those are both the principal actions you must engage in to achieve your photo business goals.
But do you know that in addition to those actions, there are also hidden elements that can play an even more critical role in whether you succeed or fail?
Top players in any competitive field know the critical importance of performing well while engaged in external competitions (or e.g., on a photo assignment).
But they are also aware of the importance of playing and winning their daily Inner Game–the one in their own mental space that pits them against themselves. When played well, those internal exercises allow them to rise new heights of performance in their competitive environments. And when those internal games are not practiced well– or worse yet, ignored! –that absence of attention can tank the careers of even the most talented of stars.
On Thursday 4/27/17, I return to Minneapolis to present my all-new photo business seminar: How to Get Your Head Together to Get Ahead in Business.
In this talk I’ll give you tips, techniques and strategies on how to win your Inner Game by learning how to Manage Your Mind. I’ll share exercises that many peak performers in both business and the arts use on a daily basis.
You’ll get to taste-test a few of them during this event.
The onslaught of information and the constant demand on our attention in this always-on, always-connected, 21st-Century has made most of us all feel overwhelmed and distracted much of the time. Few feel capable of having the kind of sustained focus and creative inspiration they seemed to have had only a few years ago.
Many creatives know that’s what fuels their best work and are trying hard to find a way to get those feelings back. There are ways to do that. People at the top of their professions know these strategies.
You can learn them, too.
Come to this ASMP Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter Event from 6:00 to 9:00 pm on Thurs. 4/27/17 at 514 Studios and you’ll get some real-world, easy-to-implement solutions to help you. Solutions that will not only help you cope but help you become better at both creating and marketing your photography.
Registration information is here.