Strategies to Grow Your Photo Business
with Tomayia Colvin
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01 Class Introduction03:59
Class duration: 1h 17mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
Stop feeling overwhelmed and take the next step
Do you feel that your business is taking over your life? Is it time to hire more staff but you don’t know how to pay for additional people? Growing your business when you’re a one-person show is really difficult but there are strategies and plans that you can follow to achieve that goal. Join photographer and educator, Tomayia Colvin as she shows you what you need to focus on in order to move ahead.
In this class you’ll learn to:
- Delegate tasks and why it’s ok to let go
- Find the right people and what you’ll need to do legally to make it happen
- Handle your finances so that you can afford new staff
- Train and communicate with your team to make sure your business runs efficiently
It’s time to take the leap and grow your business by expanding your team. Tomayia will show you the most successful way to do that and not feel overwhelmed.
Decide What Tasks You Can Delegate14:36
Who Can You Hire?10:36
How To Find Help You Can Trust & The Right People For Your Business04:32
How to Afford Help04:09
Hiring a Contractor vs an Employee05:34
Communicating with Your Team08:21
Shared Goals & Vision Alignment05:59
Tomayia Colvin has been photographing high school seniors and weddings for five years and has been a classroom teacher for more than 10 years. In addition to being an instructor at WPPI, she's been an educator for Imaging USA, United hosted by Showit, and for other photo education platforms.... read more See instructor's Classes
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