Thanks for coming to SHOWIT UNITED 2015

Thank you to everyone who joined us at UNITED 2015 for making it such a wonderful time together! There have been some amazing stories already that have come from our time and such encouraging things that were learned through the talks and friendships that were formed. Thank you for taking the time to make UNITED happen and I encourage you to not give up and keep investing in those friendships throughout this year.  We are excited to begin the planning for the next UNITED and will let you know ASAP when that will be.  Check out just some of the great posts during UNITED on the gallery and on Instagram at #ShowitUnited and #UnitedHugs

UNITED

Moriah Riona

Let me leave you with some wonderful quotes and extended blog posts about how lives and businesses were changed in just a few short days.  We hope to see all of you at our next conference!

 

Photo by Hope Taylor

“The love + encouragement that comes along with this conference fuels my heart + soul more than anything else in my business…” – more on Hope Taylor Blog

“This week was amazing. I didn't leave United with my life changed, I left United with my heart changed. I left inspired not only by the words of the speakers but by the love from the community. Thank you to all of you! You made my first photography conference magical!” – Denise Karis

Photo by Sarah Hill Photography

“UNITED really should’ve been called a ‘retreat'. I had no idea what I would walk away with from this amazing 3 days.” – more on Sarah Hill Photography Blog

Photo by Stephanie Cisko

“I have already implemented pieces that I learned and can’t wait to give back even more to my clients, vendors and my family in ways I never knew I could.  Always remember you are GOOD ENOUGH!!!” – more on Stephanie Cisko's Blog

Photo by Meghan Rose Photography

“…I’ve been asked by several people what I gained from this conference and every single time the first answer I've given is:

I need to be more intentional in my marriage.

Most people have been surprised that this was the number one take-away I gained from a photography conference…” – more on Meghan Rose Photography Blog

Photo by Moriah Riona

“Within minutes, however, I was surrounded by new friends and uplifted by a spirit of community and service. I made fast friendships with other boss ladies/solopreneurs who get this creative life and small business thing.” – more on Moriah Riona Blog and her additional 7 Tips for a Fabulous United Experience

Photo by Justin Marantz

View some of the amazing Studio Sessions with Justin Marantz at the Justin & Mary Blog

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