Do you want to work happily ever after? At first thought, it sounds kind of like a gimmick. Who DOESN’T want to work happy? When I first came across Jeff, I thought I was happy. I was booking a lot of clients, bringing in plenty of money and I was just starting to get recognized by the industry as someone who has a message. What’s not to be happy about? Then, I heard Jeff speak… and it was as if everyone disappeared and it was just me and Jeff in the room. He was talking to ME. He’s right… I wasn’t happy. Even worse, I don’t even know who I am. How can I offer my clients the best experience and 100% of myself if I don’t know who I am? How can I teach other photographers if my message isn’t clear? It’s impossible. I had a long hard conversation with myself. Can I afford Jeff? Do I have the time to dedicate to the process? Am I willing to dig deep? After a few months I realized I couldn’t afford to NOT work with Jeff. We all need experts at time to help elevate us to the next level. I went as far as I could without an expert. Not only an expert, but also a kind and warm human being. Someone who treated me as the unique person I am. I found a friend and a confidante in Jeff. Working with him gave me confidence to be who I am, authentically, all the time. I am still a work in progress, but I love what I am discovering. My vision for business is crystal clear now as is the path to get there. Making decisions is easier, trusting my gut is easier, and taking risks is easier too. 135
There is a power in knowing who you are, and what you want. It has made me a stronger businessperson and a much more self-aware woman. I went into this for help with my business but the truth is it has improved me in all areas of my life. I am a better mom, wife and friend. We associate Happily Ever-After with fairy tales. Well, I can vouch for the fact that it’s not a fairy tale at all… and that Jeff is my real life knight in shining armor.