28 Days of Portrait Photography

 

28 Days of Portrait Photography

 

Lesson Info

Your Block: Valuing and Receiving

do you have a problem with yourself failure do you have a problem with your product value do you have a problem with your studio value like maybe a studio's not fancy enough do you have a problem with the value of your work's not good enough do you have a problem because somebody tells you that your work's not good enough because you spend too much time competition it's hard to pitch because you think other people are better than you they have a bit of studio than you they have a bit of this the new they have a bit of camera than you they have a bitter marketing system than you they more confident than you you see the whole pictures around value to me and then the receiving money we are over give us by nature we over give we over give and it's very hard to receive money how how imbalances you're receiving do you say thank you when people give you a compliment you say thank you and people give you a gift do you receive and feel good about it do you over give and resent that because if y...

our over giving and resenting it then clearly you're not a good receiver because you're giving for the wrong reasons were is your lack of value you can find it it will be right there will be in front of you just need to find what it is does anybody here have a lecher value they want to talk about so um I love you I love you t ray you were just my statue of liberty one of the things that's so hard to be like vulnerabilities a huge block for mejust with carrying toxins of just you know it's a vulnerability is very difficult but with what you're talking so that's one seem to get through that is receiving I have experienced in my lifetime gift as weapons and so it's very like I hate surprise parties when people give me gifts I don't I just don't want to be gifted because a gift is an obligation and a weapon uh you know it's ah so that is that's the big have drilled down through so many blocks but that's the one where I've turned away money over the last thirty days there's like no its good I'm going to l a you know keep him I'm good you know I don't know why so but that's really that the next you know birthing so okay number one vulnerability hardest thing to do and yet you are a very gentle man because it's very obvious in your nature right from the first time I ever spoke to you so you don't seem blocked up to me and a lot of men have difficulty with that vulnerability but so do a lot of women because we're very emotionally dishonest you okay yeah I'm fine and we know okay we have really pissed off and we don't want to acknowledge our own anger so when we lie we lie all the time okay so being vulnerable is about being brave enough to say well I'm really uncomfortable with this one of the things about giving and receiving that I always teach people is when you receive something is to receive it you could be humble but you can also be honest you can also receive and say thank you this is incredibly generous that you're doing this for me and it makes me feel really uncomfortable but I'm going to take it and I can't tell you how thankful I am that you can be really grateful right when somebody gives you something but when you're tuning away money you can't know when you're turning away money I have seen myself do it almost like I'm a third person I've seen myself go no it's all right don't worry about it I'm the person that if you lend me a hundred dollars on like I owe you one hundred dollars and they go don't worry better like I don't be stupid I would put it in somebody's clothes like I would tackle somebody and go you're tagging it you're taking the money so when people say to me I owe you one hundred dollars like don't worry better and they can't have things I'm like because I'm being polite you know I have I've done that in my life so many times and all I do now jeffrey is this in my mind hold your hands up like this and say that lift is for leaving the right is for receiving I give I taken equal amount this must be imbalance if I hold that in my head when I can't get that hand up homeless like take it take it take it take it take it I say thank you and in my mind I go gratitude I'm thankful I gave as much as I'm getting I feel there's a perfect balance like I hear myself say it even now I hear myself say it but now I do it I'm like thank you and I'm not afraid of it okay I openly say thank you but in my mind that's going through my head you are born with the perfect balance of leaving and receiving if this hand is constantly leaving in this hand is not receiving there's not going to be anything to leave you can't give give give and not take back you also cannot take take take and not give now some people have the balance right out and you have to work out what you're what yours is and if it's like that lift for leaving slide money across right for receiving okay somebody's giving it to you you're not picking it up somebody's giving it to you and you're taking it now I thought a lot about this because I was like receiving it's still difficult for me and then somebody told me about this book called love language and I have not read it but just that just the explanation was enough to make me light bulb my love languages time spent yep and words of information so receiving gifts and giving gives is not in my love language so I don't even like it is a love language it makes me feel uncomfortable receiving gifts is very difficult for me and it occurred to me that that's not my love language but that's the person giving the gets love language so denying the receiving of a gift is denying the love that they're giving you write so minus time spent so nikki and I were just talking about this and I said to nicky what's your love language and we're in your photo shoot processing your selling process and you're pitching in your marketing and you're delivering a product as your love language come up because if you're into giving gifts then it would stand to reason that you're handing over the product and getting paid for it is your love language is your favorite part minus the time I spend when I'm shooting with them and then the time I spend when I'm selling to them that's what I love the most spending time with people and you know so that process for me is really important so that was really interesting for me my love language so when you're tuning away money let's say your love language was receiving or time spent imagine that you take a little bit more time in your viewing session to spend time with people because then you'll really feel the value off your land language through your job I just kind of felt like that tied into I relate everything to work I relate everything to making money because I've seen it a million times I changed my thoughts and I changed my business I changed how I saw the world I changed my business I changed how I received money and I changed my business I went from struggle struggle struggle to having savings I never would have believed he could lend that and you can and I went from not valuing my work to earning thousands of dollars selling it in the the irony was I didn't get that much better is a photographer so it was more about my value than what I was selling and it doesn't matter health fancy your studio is I made more money in my garage and correctly in the fifth year than I made in any time in my career and most of my clients told me not to leave so you're going to receive uh receiving is no longer a weapon for you it may have been in the past as you receive you're going to imagine that both your hands are in perfect balance you're goingto received the money that you and receiving it is the same as people accepting a job on the phone you're receiving the work you're receiving the compliment you're receiving the money they're flow of exchange the energy you're going to receive it and then in your mind you're going to say I am with this I'm giving as much as I'm getting I'm thankful I'm grateful whatever you need to say acknowledge it and just say it in your head and be completely at peace with it if you feel element out of balance you need to go on a dress it straightaway right I'm telling you right now that will just shift your income so you're either not valuing something or you are not receiving money interestingly enough from my gary jin careca you know I feel like it had nothing to do with the garage and everything to do with the service back then I had just this passion for shooting I can't think about the energy that I was putting into my shoots if I could find that again if I could get that back and I'm so close right now because I've had a time of restoration and and the way that I feel like there was nobody in the world other than the woman that was standing in front of me and that I wanted nothing more than just to take the best photographs that I've ever seen of her and you know every now and then my cat would walk in or least would blow in the carriage door or you know something would happen I would remind me that I'm in this little studio this crappy little garage but it didn't matter because the energy that that person was getting from mei was priceless they don't care about how fanciest studio is and if you're the sort of person that judges people by what the house looks like I've been into the poorest houses I've even saying and they're clean and cleanliness and order they got nothing they'll make you coffee and sit with you for a knauer and you can have the richest conversation with the poorest people in the world and it doesn't matter that they don't have nice things you know I used to do crowd e with this guy that was I didn't realize until I went to the home one day that they lived in a state health they've nothing nothing it was the poorest house I've ever been into and he had three teenage children and they had order and he had rows in the kitchen you know the kids went to the kitchen and they washed the dishes after they ate and dried the beach and clean the bench in I remembered spending a couple of hours in this house thinking you know I got a cup of tea and the best experience of my life watching these kids because some people just have nothing and they have everything yeah and I know this because I grew up we had nothing but laugh oh my family can laugh you will not sit at a table of prices and not nearly pay your pants of laughter and cry with laughter and singing and play the guitar on the drums and just I grew up like that the energy that you have with people it's more than a pretty studio you know come on stop trying to buy pretty things give receive give received give receipt it's like an energy right gives and then that builds and builds and you're giving more and you're receiving more when I figured that I just remember I remember where I come from what is your radio I heard all your studio is not getting out on good enough your work is not good enough this poverty everywhere there is poverty everywhere there is poverty everywhere there is wealth everywhere you are neither you know wallace what else did do not make a study of poverty you will see everybody is becoming the wealthier you become the more you can free the world of politi whether that an energy or you're giving money back to the community please loon the value off her ur m please lynn the value off what you can create but please acknowledge one thing two things stop people from any money guilt and shame if you acknowledge that is it ok to be the wealthiest person in my family is that okay to be wealthy at all are wealthy people bad I wealthy people how do I feel about wealthy people are they misusing the wealth now why would I feel guilty about having a new couch why would I feel guilty about driving an eighty thousand dollar car why is that important to may is it okay for me to have wealth is that okay for me to have unlimited income how do you feel about it when I ask you that do you feel uncomfortable I feel uncomfortable rich people of pricks so I grew up rich people are bad I thought about that money's dirty money is bad somebody told me the other day more money not more money more problems more money just makes you more of what you already are okay so if you're generous you're just bigger generous if you're an ass you just a wealthy ass so it's going to make you more of what you are you can only sell what you would pay we've already covered this I challenge you to go and pay for a photo shoot in the next couple of months pay for it enjoy it value it market yourself through the photo shoot make sure the photographer knows your photographer make sure they're comfortable with the fact that you were using the images do a trade for images if you want with another photographer but please please please please put yourself in the position ofthe your client put yourself there said that you can feel the value um we have to be careful here I've asked photographers to go and do shoots and they've not been happy with the shoot that they got um no you know what your clients may feel they don't like yours consider that choose your photographer wisely when you interview your photographer listen to how they pitch you ali pitching service are they knew this oh you're a photographer so I don't normally photograph photographer is oh you know are they telling you what they're going to get are they selling themselves are they selling you on service and what it's a pitch listen to the pitch what do you attracted to in the pitch what do you repelled by what do you like about their pitch what do you hate about their pitch what works for you what doesn't what do you believe about the pitch and pitch to each other secondly we're going to talk about this but practice your pitch practised it with your best friend pregnant sit with your assistant practice it with your next five clients change it up a little bit be careful writing scripts they sound like scripts I could write a whole lot of script about how I say it and it's my voice so what I'm trying to do is to teach you how to find your true voice because that's more important than reading a script okay your true voice the thing that connects your heart to what you do the vulnerability the receiving if you connected to that the next time you pitch you're gonna have it in the back of your mind it's going to hold the energy of what you're talking about because the truth is is you're going to work through it because you've named it right your money block you've named it you khun consciously start working on receiving more money right consciously know it's their your confidence tow walk up now you're going to be so confident you're just gonna walk up and you're going to say I have to photograph you check out my web site you're going to give him that card and you going to do it and sleazy is not a word you're even going to think about now you're going to stop paying compliments to random people and you're going to feel really comfortable doing it because you're going to follow it straight up with women's the last time you were photographed I must photograph you and if they say last month actually I just booked a shoot with sand so you can go fabulous I hope you love the image is this so important because it's more important that the world off women celebrate themselves through the portrait than you getting paid for a shoot you know like I wouldn't be teaching other photographers if I had a problem with sharing my gifts I believe that this three billion women on this planet that need to be made to feel beautiful a guy I have a very strong I can't shoot that many hey I just don't have the capacity like I would love for everybody to stride forward and bring contemporary glamor portraiture to the world I mean I want that yeah you want to keep me and now I want block jen vasquez block what do you say when the first question people ask when you say your photographer is how much do you charge you haven't had an opportunity to speak with them warm them up show them pictures etcetera what what is it that you say s o that's a block right yes absolutely interesting because it's never happens to me a nobody ever says how much um although they if they ring you they say hi how much they'll ask you how much before a wedding photographer before they ask if you're available on their wedding day yeah okay so be prepared for the christian ok there's a couple of ways around it will go with the funny one first depends how confident I am I'll take your firstborn child you know like if somebody confronts me I tend to react like you know I'm team to be stupid I'll take your firstborn child I work for shoes red bottom shoes you know on and then I'm kind of like three thousand dollars but I'm really good I turned it into a joke straightaway I also am not afraid so I'm going to go back to not now because not now it's too difficult for people to understand I'm going to go back to then uh asked me two thousand four so I'm a photographer there well I sell so I sell you pay for it you can pay for the sitting or I'll give you a free voucher and you don't have to pay for that to come and do the sitting and then when you get the images you have a look at the images and then you can buy whatever you if you like them you buy them and my image is dotted one hundred eighty dollars yeah so basically this is really uncomfortable it's how I used to do it that's right when you started those not when you were in the garage and you had all the clients that still that's right then it didn't change for about three months I started doing low sales I realized I wasn't gonna be able to sustain that sort of work live on four hundred dollars average somebody told me to shut up get out of the way stop talking when I was doing my sales which is just like mind blowing I can't believe that there is a secret to all salespeople on that nobody told me when they did I just stopped talking because they realized that I was just talking myself out of work as talking money back into the pocket just stop talking for god sakes stop and then I would just shut up and then I just like almost become so silent that it was sign of the site this is almost getting to the awkward stage and then they would buy them and I think I think I made nine thousand nine hundred thousand dollars in one night three sales three three three and a half and I remember them walking out and just be like really work so I just stopped talking in a hurting you but the thing is is you gotta practice it okay so let's practice the pitch to sell all right because I'm still getting stuck on the aboutyou but the about you's going to keep coming up the pits just sail comes down to this my images stab it two hundred ninety five dollars and go up from there okay so I do not say what my average sellers yet and that's my starting point it's the lowest number ahead in my studio it was one eighty I took a five by seven away it's two ninety five for an eight by twelve amounted eight by twelve on the wall is two hundred ninety five dollars and it goes up from the I say it quickly I say it a suitably I say it confidently I am educating you without making it awkward okay so ask me again this and now I'm two thousand four to two thousand five I'm getting better and my business I'm making some cash I'm a photographer on how much do you charge well I charged two hundred ninety five dollars and they go up from the so one beautiful portrait on the wall is two hundred ninety five dollars mounted and if you would like more that's entirely up to you I definitely want more you dio went to see my business card everything you purchase I'll give you on disk quick question do you make a quick a distinction of that that you bring the lower you present the lowest price which is well one one print right instead ofthe your lowers package I didn't say that I said my images started trying right which is very important good because it actually gives a you know sort of a good load number as perceived load number if you will but at the same time I get back yeah it's just right good no said okay so what happens if my folio starts at nine hundred dollars so they might packages start at nine hundred dollars stole my lowest dollar amount still confident still enough to make them like okay I believe that when everybody books with you they think you're going to be their lowest dollar amount I believe they think that they're going to get their two hundred ninety five dollars print and be happy with that lo and behold the experience is magnificent and you're right typical I want teen of them all that's two hundred two thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars you know what I mean it's not trapping it's safe so the pitch is really important I want you to write now say it out loud what's your lowest package that you have prepared to tell people what's the starting price say it you've gotta michael find you've got a mike fine how much do you charge oh I'm doing that with the whole thing look I know I want you to tell me how much she charged to ninety two dollars ninety five ah two hundred ninety five dollars how much to child's sake well part of me wants to just start with the packages I'm not trying to pull my status but my packages started twelve hundred up to twenty four hundred dollars you don't need to say up to my packages started all right what about twenty thousand my packages started twelve hundred dollars good gil I like to say my lowest one first because then I feel like when they come into the reveal wall then that's when you know because I don't want to scare them off with like the okay so how about this my images that it turned it in ninety five on the wall in my album started twelve hundred the reason I would want to start with my collection is I don't want to pull the wool over anyone's eyes and pretend oh it's you're gonna get all these things you know what I mean is the wall of any you are not being deceitful right now my images start at two hundred ninety five dollars my folio packages start at twelve hundred am I being dishonest say it say what you uh charging tell me my images started two hundred ninety five dollars in my folio collection started twelve hundred dollars this time look me in the eye when you say don't look down cause you look down like that it doesn't well intended get money get it better my images started two hundred ninety five dollars my folio collection started twelve hundred okay my war portrait it's started to everybody portrait started give them more value my war portrait started two hundred almost like I want to say it like I'm telling time can you tell me something what's a collection it is yeah it's a pretty weird that somebody's made up in our industry and call it a collection they're gonna really like it if you call it a collection okay I'm going I'm going to debunk that I'm really sorry if you're the one who whoever it is some creative life instructor's going to ring me and go klicks I call it the collection it's not a collection it's a folio it's an album box tell me what it is I don't know what a collection is I want you to tell me in the most and sea of voice what you cost I want you to believe that this pitch is going to change the way you make money I don't mind looking you in the eye I'm gonna look you in the eye and say my war portrait started two hundred ninety five dollars and my folio start at twelve hundred whatever you spend is entirely up to you okay my war portrait start it's seventy five dollars my collection start it's six hundred my collection something deep collection my album start at six hundred but what you choose is entirely up to you okay let's say you're not selling allah card you're simply selling one package I have one package it's three thousand dollars okay so I'm going to follow that up with instead of my images started two hundred dollars my collection nine I'm going to go with this my sitting fee is three thousand dollars it includes a full day's shooting with may and makeup artist styling five outfits ah folio box with twenty images in it and a sixteen twenty four war portrait of your choice I also give you a cd off everything you choose now you gotta lock this down because the first pitch is the high conversation pitch I'm a photographer the second pitch is this is what I do and this is why it's so amazing conversation the third pitch is how much do you cost and you must be ready to practice it so I want you to repeat it over and over again until it flows off your tongue so quickly that if somebody says how much do you cost you on my wall of port instead of two hundred ninety five dollars my failure boxes started twelve hundred dollars wouldn't be spanned it's entirely up to you what I can say it without thinking about it I said confidently I believe my packages is with that do you know what I used to say to people after I got really confident in it my will portrait stabbed two hundred ninety five dollars my folio started twelve hundred my average is two thousand four hundred I'm not gonna lie everybody buys that package do you know why it's the best package value for the money you get more images you get a cd of everything you get a portrait on the wall that was my pitch and people go this is coming from a girl who when people used to ask you how much the images where I'd go when eighty to seventy five for twenty six eighty and that people go six dollars eighty well for a big portrait like that and I wouldn't look at them when I'd say it I would look down at their size I was so embarrassed to say what I was with I just couldn't look people in the eye there's two things you must lin when you pay someone a compliment look him in the eye when you think someone looked him in the eye when you tell somebody how much you're with look them in the eye and if you I want you to practice that please practice it over and over again I want you to look at somebody and say my images started two hundred ninety five dollars my folio packages start at twelve hundred what you buy is entirely up to you and then we build value how do we do that who did you want to be photographed with how don't you want to be photographed have you seen my website what images did you lack you know the shoot is three hours and it comes with full styling and a hero makeup at us so whoever you book with I think she should go out there night uh what are you going to bring to your shoot do you like those began said I make because I can make you one you know how you do you want to be photographed on location because I've been doing a lot of studio work lately and I'm happy to go on location if you want to be in a field or a paddock somewhere like let's go on to that for a city shoot know what interests you about being photographed what's that a finished product to you like you want something on the wall or would you prefer an album or folio box I like the folio boxes because you can frame them he can put them on the wall you know what I mean are you having these conversations as easily as I just did then why that's why I'm here think about it everything we've talked about his being the flow off the pitch the flow of the value it had these conversations let's give people cues in words biggest mistake a photographer can make talking about themselves I don't believe you come to may to talk about me I'll talk about myself until the cows come home you serious calls I will there's no bit of subject in the world I know it really well I'm really interesting ah like talking about myself everybody likes talking about themselves that's why people uh enjoy talking about themselves so much so I kind of think to myself imagine that you okay let's do a little exercise let's say nicky is sitting here and I start a conversation with here come around here nicky we're at a party let's be at a party and it's an awkward patty because you don't know anybody and I don't know anybody so we're standing the standing like wish I could talk to somebody I feel really awkward well I love your earrings you actually like your whole outfit thank you you look amazing thank you what do you do why are you here some photographer oko what teo I specialize in photographing women come in you're gonna make over we do you're pitching toto shoot don't want your conversation yeah just checking some of the taisho what about you uh actually I'm a makeup artist sweet what kind of work do you do well I just do weddings and stuff and I just went part time right now I'm just I'm working at a makeup counter but I don't really like it what do you want to do uh I just wanted to hear my couple of time but where would you want to do it well ok stop okay at this point of our conversation okay you've gotta stay authentic to the conversation let's stay completely authentic to the conversation but this time I'm going to be more awkward in the sense that I'm going to be like so what do you do I'm a photographer what sort of photography uh glamour especially isn't it photographing women uh yeah how about you so if she thinks I'm not interested right now she's going to tell herself a story okay and whose story is not based on what I'm really thinking it's based on what she's thinking I'm thinking all right so if you've got stuff that's in the way of us the story that she's now telling herself is I'm not the sort of person that would spin two thousand dollars I'm not interested I don't like it I don't think she's good enough whatever it is instantly that story is going back to nikki nikki is transmitting her own story back to herself in whose self confidence is draining fast the case I'll make us to becoming also like those you don't do those hideous like do you make up and get over photoshopped kind of things to hear on with a feather boa you have to have either a jean jacket or a feather boa and grooming I'm just somebody knows somebody takes you said that to me there like that kind of perfection makes me vomit I'm like oh my gosh I could photograph you without making any of that okay I feel like the biggest problem with the pitch right now is the story that nikki is going to tell herself around what I'm doing okay so if I seem disinterested at any time she can look off the pitch I'm saying make the pitcher conversation some people aren't interested in talking about tina's you bring up penis you happen to be an expert in tina's sudden give a shit about tina's I don't want to talk about tina's tina's is boring I make a stupid coming about tina's laugh about it dropped the pitch you don't need to do it however if you want to pitch to somebody make it interesting conversation if you feel that I am judging what you believe in any way shape or form that is the story you're telling yourself around the pitch that you're giving okay so right now and human interaction the story that both of us are telling is mine is called mine raiding what she's thinking about mae it's not my business don't make it up don't make up what you think she's thinking because you do not know unless you can hear her thought you do not know what that woman is thinking about you so don't even imagine you know that's a lie incredible things that someone has told me is what other people are thinking is none of your business none of your business so when a woman get this you're gonna love this and as marketers and pictures thanks thinking and photographers a woman walks into a room and she looks at everybody looking at her she's not looking at you she's looking at how you're looking at her I don't know why but we are made to be that way and let's say I walk into the room and I feel pretty hot and everybody looks at may and somebody looks me up and down or a guy looks at man connects with man I'm like I look good and then I walk into a room and I get nothing then I'm like oh right those a story's exactly the same way you're doing business right you can not read somebody's mind so you don't know what they're thinking about money you cannot read somebody's thoughts so you don't know what they're thinking about you you don't know it's what's going on inside you that permeates and the story that you're telling and there is one of the most vital things you need to learn today

Class Description


Sue Bryce's 28 Days is the all-in-one portrait photography class that teaches you posing, shooting, marketing, selling, and everything else you need to know to run a successful contemporary portrait photography business. 

This series begins with two sessions of intense instruction on business, pricing, and overcoming your fears. Following the kickoff, Sue delivers short sessions exploring 28 different topics essential to any successful portrait photography studio. Sue covers flow posing, connecting with clients, posing and shooting groups, marketing to your key demographic, sales, and more.

In this comprehensive series you'll learn Sue's inspiring approach to styling, posing, marketing, selling and so much more!

Lessons

1Teaching 2 Photographers in 28 Days
2First 2 Years: The Truth
3Rate Your Business
4Year One in Business
128 Challenges
2Fear
3Price & Value
4Checklist, Challenges, and Next Steps
1Day 1: The Natural Light Studio
1Day 2: Mapping Your Set and Outfits
1Day 3: One Composition - Five Poses
1Day 4: Flow Posing
1Day 5: Posing Couples
1Day 6: Capturing Beautiful Connection & Expression
1Day 7: The Rules - Chin, Shoulders, Hands
1First Weekly Q&A Session
2Day 8: Rules - Hourglass, Body Language, Asymmetry, Connection
1Day 9: Styling & Wardrobe
1Day 10: Shooting Curves
1Day 11: Posing & Shooting - Groups of 2, 3, and 4
1Day 12: Posing & Shooting Families
1Day 13: Products & Price List
1Day 14: Marketing & Shooting the Before & After
1Day 15: Phone Coaching & Scripting
1Second Weekly Q&A Session
2Day 16: Posing Young Teens
1Day 17: Marketing & Shooting - Family First Demographic
1Day 18: The Corporate Headshot
1Day 19: Glamour Shoot on Location & Shooting with Flare
2Photoshop Video: Glamour Shoot on Location & Shooting with Flare
1Day 20: Photoshop - Warping & the Two Minute Rule
1Day 21: Posing Mothers & Daughters
1Third Weekly Q&A Session
2Day 22: Marketing & Shooting - 50 & Fabulous Demographic
1Day 23: Shooting into the Backlight
2Bonus: Shooting into the Backlight
1Day 24: Marketing & Shooting - Girl Power Demographic (18-30s)
2Photoshop Video: Girl Power Demographic (18-30s)
1Day 25: The Beauty Shot
2Bonus: Vintage Backdrop
1Day 26: Marketing & Shooting - Independent Women Demographic
1Day 27: Sales & Production
1Day 28: Posing Men
1Bonus: Pricing
2Introduction
3Photography, Style, Brand, and Price Part 1
4Photography, Style, Brand, and Price Part 2
5Marketing Part 1
6Marketing Part 2
7Money: What's Blocking You?
8Bonus: The Folio Shoot
1Photo Critiques Images 1 through 10
2Photo Critiques Images 11 through 27
3Photo Critiques Images 28 through 45
4Photo Critiques Images 47 through 67
5Photo Critiques Images 68 through 84
6Photo Critiques Images 85 through 105
7Photo Critiques Images 106 through 130
8Photo Critiques Images 131 through 141
9Photo Critiques Images 142 through 167
10Photo Critiques Images 168 through 197
11Photo Critiques Images 198 through 216
1Identify Your Challenges
2Identify Your Strengths
3Getting Started Q&A
4Rate Your Business
5Marketing Vs Pricing
6Facing Fear
7The 28 Day Study Group
8Selling Points
9Interview with Susan Stripling
10Emotional Honesty
1Sue's Evolution
228 Days Review
3Student Pitches
428 Days Testimonial: Mapuana Reed
5How to Pitch: Starting a Conversation
6Your Block: Seeing is What You're Being
7Your Block: Valuing and Receiving
8Building Confidence: Your Own Stories
9Building Confidence: Your Self Worth
10Pitching An Experience
11Pitching An Experience: Your Intentions
12Pitching An Experience: Social Media
13Final Thoughts