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Friday, May 29, 2009

Fast Track Workshop

I crawled into bed and laid my head down on the pillow determined to sleep in and enjoy being home. Everything went well until I woke up the next morning three hours too early--my body was still on Eastern Standard Time. And so this has continued each and every day since then. Weirdly enough, I was excited to leave home again on Tuesday and embrace the motel black out curtains. This was just one of the many benefits to attending Dane Sanders' Fast Track Photographer Workshop.

I wasn't sure what to expect when I went (what's up with that lately?). I had read and loved his Fast Track Photographer book. All the free goodies I'd receive from going didn't hurt either. Now on the other side, I've come away with new friendships, confidence, and plans for the future. The interaction was a big help. Dane laughed because I kept coming up to him with questions, but I've learned that I need to seize the opportunities in front of me so that I don't regret missing them later. Dane was willing to give us the time and tools to have those big conversations--the ones that are going to lead to even bigger changes in our lives and businesses.

Since coming home I've made some big steps. No, I'm still having trouble sleeping, but the extra hours awake have been put to good use. I've set up and sent out two proposals using the more than handy dandy ShootQ. Clients are now able to purchase their prints online in my new gallery! There's more to come, but I think it's time for me to take a nap!

Picture by our awesome group leader, Jules Bianchi

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