Does talking about money make you feel icky, greedy, shameful, and materialistic?
As a society, there’s a belief that rich people are bad.
As boutique photography business owners how do we avoid feeling guilty about making, spending, saving and giving …Read More
For today’s podcast, I’ve got a little twist for you.
Ten years ago, I applied for the trademark of the word Joycast after doing a few random episodes without purpose.
It took me 10 years to finally figure out the …Read More
I see you over there, blowing up Google with questions about your photography business card.
What should my business card say?
Should it have one photo or many?
Maybe I’ll just have my phone number and email on a thick …Read More
We need to talk about a certain someone in your life.
The one who puts you down and tells you that you aren’t a good enough photographer.
The voice who knows all your greatest fears, doubts, and insecurities and throws …Read More
When you book sessions with photography clients who aren’t exactly your ideal client, you start to panic.
Here are seven things that you can start doing every day, without advertising, to help attract better photography clients.
#1: Don’t Shop On…Read More
Remember when you learned to swap a head in Photoshop?
That was the best feeling.
What about learning how to run a profitable photography business?
That takes so much longer. Decades, even.
At least that’s what you’re telling yourself.
You’re …Read More
Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard me say something and thought, “Sarah, I already know that.”
No hard feelings. I know you aren’t a “know it all,” but be honest.
You’ve probably thought that before.
Here’s the truth.
There’s …Read More
Your stomach drops.
The lump in your throat appears out of nowhere along with the tears.
Another photographer in your space just got a $5,000 order.
As much as you want to celebrate with them, the volume of your headtrash …Read More
The coach in me can’t help but get fired up when I see photographers giving up on their photography business.
If you’re thinking about throwing in the towel for the year because your portrait business doesn’t look like you thought …Read More
Right now, there are more reasons than ever to pull back or quit your photography business. I bet you’ve thought to yourself, “Businesses are closing and people are losing their jobs, so I can’t possibly grow my photography business;” or …Read More