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Manage your Photography Business without Losing Your Sanity Many photography businesses are single-employee shows.  The photographer schedules the shoots, writes the contracts, collects the payments, markets to potential clients, and if that wasn’t enough, there’s the actual photography and editing.  Even worse, most of these tasks are completed using different online services and apps.  Honeybook […]

How to send Invoices online

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My sweet friend Pualei Lynn is joining us today to talk all about creating community. I know this episode was meant to be because my interview with her was rescheduled over and over again the last couple of weeks just because of different things that would come up. The opposition was in full force and it […]

94. Building a Community with Pualei Lynn

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Marketing is my jam. If you’ve been here for a while, you know it’s one of my favorite topics. I love marketing because I know if you have a good marketing plan, you can do anything.  Marketing is your key to success. You can be the best nail tech, photographer, make up artist or have […]

93. Get One Week Ahead on Instagram

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What is All-or-nothing thinking? All-or-nothing thinking is like believing if you can’t do something 100%, then you can’t do it at all and there is no in between. I don’t feel like I’m that way in my business. I’m pretty flexible and give myself grace there, BUT as I really started reading about it, I […]

92. One Percent Better

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Working When You Don’t Have the Emotional Capacity Today I want to talk about something I cover in a lot of different ways, but it’s clearly something a lot of people are struggling with: working when you don’t have the emotional capacity. It is really really hard to market yourself, create content and strategize when […]

91. Working When You Don’t Have the Emotional Capacity

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From 0 to $5k Without a Website with Sadie Banks Sadie has been one of my 1-1 coaching students and I have been a client of her 1-1 Reels Done For You for the past six months and it has been an awesome partnership. But I’m way excited because she is also the FIRST person […]

90. From 0 to $5k Without a Website with Sadie Banks

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As a mom and business owner, breaks are the hardest thing about running a business. You want to take time to be with your kids, that’s why you started your own business so you can be with your kids and set your own schedule and not have to work that 9-5. But at the same […]

89. Planning for the Summer Break

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Pushing Through When Life is Hard Today I feel inspired to share about my INSANELY CRAZY week from the beginning of this month. Sabotage hit at full force and was relentless. It just seems like hard times are never ending and life is not letting up. So I want to speak to sabotage and pushing […]

88. Pushing Through When Life is Hard

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Let’s talk about Using Instagram Stories to Market Your Business.  As I’ve been planning for the May Marketing Challenge, I’ve realized people aren’t making the most out of Stories. I haven’t talked about it EVER which is really shocking because it’s an underutilized tool and you can even consider it as the secret weapon in […]

87. Using Instagram Stories to Market Your Business.

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Today I have Lauran Hymas on the podcast, owner of Floating Sensations located here in my little corner of Utah. I really wanted her on the podcast today because I think all you busy moms (and dads) out there could benefit from what her business does AND because I have just been really impressed with […]

86. Journey to Starting Floating Sensations with Lauran