Podcast Episodes Devoted to Helping Creative Business Owners Thrive
Hi, I’m Sabrina! I’ve been photographing families for more than 12 years, and after building the photography business of my dreams, I now help photographers do the same.
When I'm not photographing newborns and young families around Fort Worth and Dallas, I'm supporting photographers who want to create and grow sustainable businesses that puts your heart and your life FIRST.
Photographing your most magical moments and turning them into your memories is literally food for my soul, as is teaching other photographers how to level-up in business by putting what matters first.
Whether you're here to book a photography session or to gain inspiration and practical tips to grow your photography business, I can't wait to serve you!
I'M THRILLED THAT YOu're here, in MY LITTLE CORNER OF THE INTERNET
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As a creative entrepreneur, it is so important to take time for yourself. And yet, we rarely do. When we aren’t working, most of us feel the need to fill our time with serving our family, our home or our community. While those are worthy and valuable causes, what happens when we burnout?
In this episode, I share the lessons learned from overworking myself and what happened when my personal life fell apart. From that situation, my boundaries have changed my business - and my life - for the better.
Creatives have so many ideas and it is common for our schedules to be completely insane. In this episode, I chat with Rebecca about how to create a sustainable schedule and tips for getting started.
I truly believe that planning ahead can set you free and help unleash your full creative potential. In this episode, I discuss what that looks like and how to get started in you business.
Listen in to hear what I started (and stopped) doing in my business, along with the tips I have for other creatives about how to can take control of our businesses (and our lives)!
Listen in to this episode with my business bestie Colie where we chat all about business sustainability and avoiding burnout.
Listen in to this episode with Carolina Guzik where we chat about two of my favorite topics: Boundaries and chasing your own version of success.
It’s easy to get caught in the neverending cycle of scheduling, shooting, editing, repeat. While these tasks are important, this cycle can lead to burnout and overwhelm, causing you to lose sight of your passion for your craft. So how do you break the cycle and build a business you love?
I love to talk all things photography business, sustainability, planning and basically everything entreprenuer-life. My favorite interviews are conversational and fun with a pinch of practicality thrown in. Interested in having me as a guest on your show? I would love to chat.
As an entrepreneur, a good business foundation is everything. Join the list of photographers I've supported, and learn how to make YOUR business successful and sustainable. I can't wait to cheer you on!