How to Move from Worker Bee to CEO Mode – The Power of Planning & Process with Bryan Capporrici

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We love our photography businesses, but sometimes it feels like we spend so much of our time shooting, editing, emailing, and we don’t prioritize the other aspects of running a business.

On this week’s episode, my guest Bryan Caporrici and I tackle some big topics
– why client experience can become your secret weapon
– Worker Bee vs CEO mode
– wearing busy as a badge
– the power of a mindset shift from a sales mindset to a service mindset
– the danger of wrapping up your identity in your business. 

If you are finding you struggle with finding the time to work on your business because you seem to spend so much time in worker bee mode working on your business, this episode is for you.

Discover more about  Bryan Capporrici

Website: www.GetSproutStudio.com or www.bcapphoto.com
Instagram: 
@getsproutstudio  or @bcapphoto
Facebook:  @getsproutstudio


Bio: 
Bryan Caporicci is an award-winning wedding and portrait photographer based out of Fonthill, Canada. In 2014, he was awarded his Masters of Photographic Arts (MPA) designation by the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC), making him one of the youngest Canadian photographers to receive this level of achievement.

Bryan is the host of the Business of Photography podcast. He teaches at workshops across North America, including industry-leading conventions and conferences such as WPPI, Shutterfest and Canada Photo Convention. Bryan is also the CEO and Founder of Sprout Studio.

Resources shared in this episode

Building a Story Brand book by Donal Miller

Episode is Scheduled

Publish: May. 04, 2020 @ 7AM Edit(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)Publish Now

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