Free PPAedu Webinar: Time in Your Day / Money in Your Wallet

Lori Unruh Classes & Workshops, Photography Education, Studio Events

October 13th – 2pm ET
FREE for ALL Photographers
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“Time is really the only capital that any human being has, and the only thing he can’t afford to lose.” Thomas Edison

Webinar Course Description:

Time is Money.

Time is Money.

Ever heard the expression, “Time is Money”?  For creative entrepreneurs, our ability to create, and sell, is directly tied to the time we have for creation.  However, too many photographers disregard or undervalue the time-cost of image and product creation.  It’s why, at one point or another, we feel overworked, overwhelmed, and underpaid.  If you’ve felt like you’re still not making the profits you want, and yet you’re considering hiring an office assistant to help whittle down your to-do list, chances are you are neglecting a crucial equation in your business.

Join Jeff and Lori as they discuss how undervaluing your time can decrease profits and slowly kill your business. Learn how to incorporate both your time-costs and hard costs to determine the retail price of your products and services. Once you can track your time costs, you can begin finding ways to streamline and innovate your workflow. You’ll find yourself with both more time AND more money, and increase your business capital all the way around.

 

About Jeff and Lori

bio image 2 copyJeff Poole and Lori Unruh Poole first met in 2007 at a photography convention. After years of friendship, they decided to combine their respective businesses and talents and open a studio together. On New Year’s Day, 2010, in Wilmington, North Carolina, indigosilver studio was born: a boutique studio for the modern wedding couple.

Because their business has grown through these industry events, they pay it forward with their labor of love, The Shoot Space.  The Shoot Space is a community-oriented studio for local photographers. It hosts workshops as well as offers contracts, templates, workflow and other digital goodies for photographers to use to grow their businesses.  True to their roots, Jeff and Lori travel each year to conventions, learning from and teaching with the industry’s best.

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