Today I got an awesome email from longtime client and personal friend beauty photographer Dorit Thies. The email said: It makes me kind of proud that today I am featured on the APA’s blog (American Photography Association) about my photography and my work and that you have been a big
Change is great when you have successfully gone through it, but I don’t know anyone who enjoys the usually painful process of growth that change forces on us. Wouldn’t it be easier just to stay put and hunker down, and wait out tough times? Or can we face that our old ways that once worked no longer
So you've been going to business networking meetings for a while now. How are you approaching them? Are you "spending" your time, or "investing" your time in networking. If you're there, you're spending your time, but you may or not be "investing" your time. What's the difference? If you just
For people to continue an effort, they need to feel appreciated for it. This is just as true in business networking as in anything else in life. If you have been doing business networking for any length of time, you will have people who have contributed to your success in various ways. This is
The 2013 APA AWARDS Photo Competition is now accepting entries. This is your chance to get your best photographs in front of the people that matter most to your career. The 2013 APA Best of Show Winner will be the first to receive the coveted, engraved crystal APA AWARD, and each of the 31 Winners
What do you do when you're in a business networking group and you realize that one of the members is not living up to expectations? Here's what you don't do - nothing about it. Why? Lots of reasons come to mind, but let's start with this one. A business networking group depends on getting new
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