Episode 21: Setting Goals: A Different Perspective – Nathan Holritz
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Episode 21: Setting Goals: A Different Perspective – Nathan Holritz

It’s a new year, and time to set some fresh goals, right? Or is that really how you should be approaching goal setting for yourself and your photography business? What if you could live a life of constant improvement, a life that doesn’t constantly require hitting the reset button at the beginning of each year? In this episode of the Bokeh podcast, Nathan Holritz, CEO of photographersedit.com, lends a different perspective to the topic of setting goals that will enable you to see consistent growth in your life and photography business – not just…

Episode 20: Simplicity for a Reason – Bethany O’Bryant
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Episode 20: Simplicity for a Reason – Bethany O’Bryant

It’s easy to assume that you have to run your photography business like everyone else in order to stay competitive, but today’s interview will make you reconsider that perspective with a focus on simplicity! Bethany O’Bryant is a wedding photographer based in North Georgia, and she has decided that a simple approach to business is what will give her the most freedom as an individual, wife, and mother of four. Listen in as she describes how she has created a successful business while minimizing complication and stress! You can also see…

Episode 19: Make Time to Make Memories – Nathan Holritz
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Episode 19: Make Time to Make Memories – Nathan Holritz

It’s so easy to get distracted by the busy-ness that is running a photography business, and miss out on creating memories for yourself and those closest to you. Nathan Holritz, CEO of Photographer’s Edit, shares a few personal thoughts on the topic of time in this holiday edition of the Bokeh podcast. You can follow Nathan at fb.com/nathanholritz. This podcast is brought to you by photographersedit.com, custom post-production for the wedding and portrait photographer.

Episode 18: In Pursuit of Simple – Shaun Austin
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Episode 18: In Pursuit of Simple – Shaun Austin

As a business owner, keeping it simple is not just a point of view, but a way of life! Taking on more than necessary can keep you from reaching the goals that will leave you most satisfied, and leave your burnt out in business and life. In this episode of the Bokeh podcast, hear how Shaun Austin, photographer and CEO of KISS Books, has pursued simplicity in both his personal and business life, resulting in a more satisfying existence as as an entrepreneur. You can find Shaun on Facebook at facebook.com/shaunaustin and KISS Books at…