The one thing we can never seem to find more of is time. It dribbles and drips away faster than an ice cream on a July day. That's why developing processes and systems that help you work in your business efficiently are so important to building a long lasting business. Getting those systems and workflows in place can be huge towards helping you feel in control of your business instead of letting it control you.
That's why I loved the post I read today from wedding photographer Mary Marantz; 5 Things You Should Do Right Now to Save Yourself Time. Mary's 5 tips are about getting yourself back to neutral so that you can work on your business and not just in it. #2, Clean Off Your Computer… yep, that one has been making regular appearances on my to-do list for weeks now and the reality is it's just not going to do it alone. Taking 10, 20 even 30 minutes now to clean up my hard drive and desktop would save me lots of hunting/searching time down the road and would certainly help me to feel less overwhelmed when I open that shiny silver lid each morning.
So head over to Justin & Mary's blog to read tips 1 – 5 and take care of business like a boss.
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White Rock is perfect for the modern photographer who has a more minimal design aesthetic preference. Clean lines and blush accents, lots of white space. Slight feminine touches make it have an air of softness, perfect for the modern photographer looking for less frills. “White Rock” Template includes the following: Scrolling home page with all […]
This last year I listened to over 70 books while training for an IRONMAN and driving our RV all over the country. Many of these books I have hard copies of, that I have read or referenced, but the following are the ten books that stood out to me and a few of the concepts […]
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