DOCUMENTING YOUR CLIENTS’ STORIES + YOUR PURPOSE
Today’s episode is going to be a mix of feelings, knowing your clients and treating them well and trying to find meaningful stories in the midst of it.
This is for all you photographers out there who might be stuck in a rut and need a different perspective.
We also have a Guest today!
Rachel Skye is the owner of Adventure Photos Stories and the creator of the New Nectar Workshop. But as of today, she is a self described recovering perfectionist an enneagram 4 with BIG feelings.
Today Rachel is sharing her story and her why behind her business and it comes with a huge curtain being pulled back. I can’t wait for you guys to tune in to today’s episode!
-Rachel Skye & Who She is
-A Tragedy that Changed Everything
-Connection with Clients
-Reasons You Should + Shouldn’t Go into Photography
-Shifting the Relationships Amongst Photographers
A TIP FROM RACHEL
“If you’re getting into photography for the money, don’t. There are a million other careers that you could be doing that make more money, require less personal investment involved, less rejection and less financial risk.
BUT If you love photography, then I would challenge you to figure out why you love photography. Or if you love being a creative entrepreneur, you’ve got to figure out why and you have to dig deeper. Because if it’s just, you know, I’m a boss, babe. Oh, I want a flexible schedule. I want to have some independence. That’s fine. But that’s not going to carry you through. You have to find the thing that drives you from before you picked up a camera. From before you started your business because that’s going to be your anchor, that holds you through.”
FAVORITE QUOTE FROM THIS EPISODE
“This is just your job, like your job absolutely has significance, but your value is innate and it does not come from your work.” -Rachel Skye