For Photographers and Other Creative Businesses
RELEASES: May 5, 2014
Do you suffer from “shiny object syndrome” and find it hard to concentrate on getting more clients?
Do you wish you could find a way to sit down and plan out your business’s growth with a little help?
Are you dying to earn more money right away, without having to wait for your marketing to “do its magic”?
I realize that just about every single photographer out there has the same goal: get more clients. However, only the ones that are growing and successful week over week and month over month feel confident in their business’s ability to succeed. Why? How are they growing so steadily?
I’m willing to bet that these photography business owners didn’t just flip a switch and suddenly become lucky. Nope, I bet they’ve got a business plan that’s keeping them focused and keeping their business on that steady incline track.
Let Me Help You Get More Clients And Grow Your Business, Too.
In my past life, I had the benefit of working on business plans with some of the fastest-growing entrepreneurial companies in the entire United States. I’ve studied effective planning and I’ve utilized some of the world’s most results-driven methods for creating a plan that will actually result in growth and more money.
Imagine having access to a friend or business smarty pants that could sit with you and show you how to do this for your photography business plan. That’s what I’m going to do for you. No longer are you sitting there alone staring at a blank screen or just wishing for growth but having no idea how to make that happen.
The Best Business Plans Are Simple Dimple. I’ll Show You How To Get One For Your Business.
When you hear the words “business plan” you get the shivers, right? Sounds like a formal and utterly boring document. Yick. Well the biggest secret about growth-minded companies is that, while they are vigilant about planning, their business plans are super duper simple and highly focused. So simple that they fit onto a single piece of paper, with the right information on the page.
Planning in a simple way is like putting on a pair of the correct prescription glasses after years of wearing the old, wrong ones. Suddenly, the outlook is clearer and easier to navigate. That’s what happens when you take the time to create a simple business plan.