In an ideal world, you’d be getting inquiries from potential clients left and right. They’d find you through your instagram feed, that’s chock full of gorgeous photos that reflect the beauty of your business. Or, through Pinterest, with the lovely pin image drawing them directly to your site.
When you talk with these folks, you find that your message truly resonates with them, because the imagery of your brand drew in the RIGHT crowd.
But popping the dream bubble for a second, the current reality isn’t quite there yet . . . .
Instead, you keep being told that to grow on social + online you need to create this beautiful feed + website, but yours looks less planned and more picasso.
Every time you try taking pictures, you end up with this ball of frustrated anxiety growing in the pit of your stomach because what you have in your mind just won’t come through into the camera.
You know that as more people enter your creative field, you need to make your work stand out from the crowd and catch attention, but hiring someone to shoot for you isn’t an option at this point.
You hear people brag all the time about being self-taught, and why can’t you? But I’m here to tell you that’s not what it appears to be. Being ‘self-taught’ just means that they had to struggle alone in frustration for YEARS while making tiny incremental progress — and you don’t have to.