A photographer is safe at home, but that’s not what photographers are for

by Outlaw Photographer James Michael Taylor on June 6, 2016

in This is Art,This is Business,This is Life

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“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” – William G.T. Shedd

Be brave this day.

Don’t hold back the blessings of your art and business from your community.

You have gifts to give; don’t be afraid to share them. Don’t worry about your lens, your talent, your web site, your reputation, your procrastination, your business name, your fear. Don’t wait for permission. Go, make art.

A photographer is safe at home, but that’s not what photographers are for.

Next Steps

  • BRAINSTORM SESSION: Get out your pen and paper. What Next Steps have you been avoiding out of fear, lack of value, lack of courage? What’s the worst case scenario if you take those steps? What’s the best case scenario? File this away in your Brainstorms folder.
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  • DO THIS NOW: What’s the biggest challenge holding you back? E-mail me at james@banderaoutlaw.com. I read everything, and I look forward to helping you make a breakthrough today.

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