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Top 5 Ways To Guarantee Failure As A Photographer :
#5 Procrastination
Ah yes – the dreaded P word – PROCRASTINATION!

That one word is one of the top reasons that people fail in both their personal lives and their business lives.
  •  See how many of these phrases sound familiar to you… 
  •  I’ll get around to it.
  •  There’s no rush.
  •  I’ll have to think about how to approach it before I take the first step.
  •  I probably won’t get that job anyway – even if I do show up.
  •  It’s not like it’s an emergency.
  •  It might not be something I enjoy.
  •  They might have already hired someone else by the time I get there.
  •  Doing quotations is intimidating. 
  •  I don’t know if I have my technique perfected yet.
Yes – it’s scary to get out there and compete for photographic jobs or to do a blind pitch for something that you know you are perfect for. However, it’s even harder if you hesitate and then watch as someone else gets the assignment instead of you.

Take deep breaths, do self talk in the mirror, find an ‘Accountability Buddy’ to share your fears with and give one another a shove in the back when needed.

But most importantly, one step at a time, banish the word PROCRASTINATION from your life.

Be BOLD – even if boldness is not your natural state of being. Take the scary first step -- then see how much less painful the next step is to take!

About Andrea Polito

Andrea Polito is an internationally acclaimed master-lifestyle photographer sought after by thousands of individuals. After 13 years in the high-end wedding industry and having photographed more than 600 weddings, Andrea has been focusing her time helping photographers to grow their own businesses to Six Figures and Beyond.
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