MY WEDDING SEASON – THE PODCAST
EPISODE 06: GETTING ORGANISED AS A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
An aspect of running a wedding photography business that proves to be more challenging for some than for others is being organised. As a recovering chaotic person myself, I can truly relate! I have a tendancy of being rather scattered and in need of structure and systems to keep me on track.
In this episode, I will be sharing with you the ways in which I manage to have a grip on my to-dos and client work without losing my mind. This is not an exhaustive list, and I am constantly improving it, but it certainly helps me get stuff done in a more efficient manner, and I hope that it will help you as well!
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