How I help photographers get clear on what they need to do

In Real estate photography - business management by Build A Photography Business

I was running a session with a small team of real estate photographers last week, and we were talking about goals and habits. I asked the photographers:

"What is one big goal you have for your business?"

... and they all listed one of their goals and what they hope to do. 

Then I asked them:

"Imagine it is 12 months from now, and you have failed to achieve your big goal. What do you think would cause it to fail?"

They all answered the same way:


For them, the biggest factor in their success was whether or not they could get clear on what they needed to do. Everything hinges on that.

And if they couldn't get the clarity they needed, then it was likely that they would fall short of reaching their big goal.

If this is also a big issue for you then obviously you need to get clear on what you need to do, and if you can't do it by yourself (and a lot of us can't, so there's no shame in that), get someone with experience to provide you with the clarity you need.

How can I help you?

In the above video I explain the step-by-step process I go through with photographers to help them get clear on the steps they need to take.

And if you would like me to help you, just like I'm helping those photographers I mentioned earlier, then take a look at my coaching program for architectural and real estate photographers.