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What you may not know is that I'm an avid Aerosmith fan, spicy marg lover, and a little too passionate at game nights. Besides serving our photography clients, one of my greatest joys is lovin’ on other creatives and photographers through education and encouragement.
Have you tried juggling everything only to drop all the balls and wonder if you’re really cut out for this whole running a business thing? I hear ya. A season of life-altering burn out filled with anxiety and depression forced me to overhaul my life, my business, my health, and my marriage. I started Revīv Retreats which is aimed at educating and equipping successful and overwhelmed small business owners fight burnout and exhaustion while finding relief and peace in doing less.
Over the last nine years, I’ve grown from a self-taught photographer to scaling my business enough to employ others. Let's be honest, you probably didn't pick up a camera because you love crunching numbers and marketing strategies! I’m here to dig you out of the trenches with workshops and one-on-one mentorships aimed at helping you grow the business you love. I’m a straight-shooter, cut to the chase type of gal, so no topic is off limits. I can also guarantee donuts will always be involved.
Your main priority should be serving your clients well whether you have 2 or 22! Your business can’t help but grow if happy clients are talking about it! If you’re wondering how you can quickly step up your client experience, here are 5 things you can implement right away!
The idea of paying someone to do something I can do seemed unnecessary and too costly. I quickly realized I couldn't do everything, and outsourcing no longer seemed like a luxury, it became a necessity. Want to know a few things you can take off your plate?
No matter how hard I tried, I could not take a deep breath. I thought my bra was constricting so I’d take it off; that didn’t help. I was constantly on edge or on the verge of tears, and the only emotion I felt was anger. These signs are how I knew my anxiety was out of control.