Yes, trips to Dubai and Cancun are exciting, fun, beautiful, and sunny (gosh we wish we were there), but how does a photographer, even without a large social media presence, become so successful? It’s all about the values cultivated behind the scenes that build a business!
In episode 559 of the Bokeh Podcast, Andre Brown speaks on the principles for building a business based on important values and multiple learning experiences. Tune in to hear all the amazing advice and insight on the importance of consistency, networking, and most of all, integrity!
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What is the intention of not posting everything happening in your business? (8:26)
Why do you think you have a successful business while not having much social media presence? (11:17)
Creating a great customer experience (13:19)
Brand Position (15:23)
Technique for time management (19:08)
Handling burnout (24:53)
Book recommendations (29:39)
Goals! by Brian Tracy
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
I Will Teach You How to be Rich by Ramit Sethi
Experience in the Music Industry (33:21)
Principles Learned from the Music Industry Used in the Photography Industry (35:13)
– Nurturing Relationships
How do you stay away from the tendency of “fakeness” when networking? (39:02)
Driving Principles for Building a Business (41:31)
– Relationship Building
What does integrity specifically mean to you? (44:06)
How do you show up consistently for your clients and schedule? (47:58)
Suggestions for stepping beyond introversion (53:43)
TikTok – @andrebrownphoto
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson