Episode 570: Workflow Tips for Minimizing Overwhelm – Aida Glowik

Are you feeling overwhelmed and burned out in your photography business?

In episode 570 of The Bokeh Podcast, we are joined by Aida Glowik, as she provides practical tips on how to minimize feelings of overwhelm, not only in your photography business but in your life. Tune in to gain insight on what the root cause of overwhelm is, how planning can look on a tangible level, and how you can be sure your business is serving your goals.

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Show Notes

Aida’s mission and background (4:00)

Photography podcast’s brand position (6:22)

Creating a great customer experience (7:41)

How to balance time more effectively (11:34)

What does planning look like for Aida on a tangible level? (12:30)

Paper planning vs digital planning (13:40)

Practical planning practices (15:18)

Elements of Aida’s business that she’s experimented with delegation (21:09)

Book recommendation (24:40)
Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen by Donald Miller
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear
The Thank You Economy By Gary Vaynerchuk

What did overwhelm look like for Aida, as a business owner? (27:19)

What is the root cause of overwhelm in photographers? (30:53)

Workflow Tips for Minimizing Overwhelm (31:33)
1. Prepare in advance
2. Simplify and get organized
3. Make sure your business is serving your goals

Favorite software (40:40)

My Wedding Season – The Podcast
Time Management From the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern