Have you ever felt a little embarrassed by how hard you have to try to make your photography business work? Have you felt that struggle to get it off the ground only to have friends and family talk to you like it’s a little hobby you do on the side? In this week’s episode, we talk about how we all feel like we are not good enough or that we are pretending to be someone we are not at some point in our lives. Imposter syndrome always creeps in. I talk about what that feels like and some ways to push through it so that we can serve the people we are meant to serve and do the things that bring purpose.
I talk about:
- The comparison being the thief of joy and how we should only look at our own growth for comparing.
- The importance of our job as photographers
- Staying in love with your photography business
- How being a tryhard is not a bad thing
About Kate Hejde
Kate Hejde is the host and creator of How You Pictured It Podcast and Dear Kate Brand Strategy. She helps photographers create a profitable business that fits into their lives. With over 10 years of experience running her own photography business, while raising three kids, Kate believes that business is not one size fits all and that you define your own success. Kate teaches through her podcast as well as through course, group coaching, and 1:1 mentoring.