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February Photography Business Checkup – How Are Things Going In 2016 So Far?

Time for a Check-Up words on a clock face as a reminder to get a physical, examination or evaluation as a preventative precaution and good health care On January 16th, I posted a mid-January checkup about your 2016 photography marketing plan. Well, today is Friday, February 12th which means that it's 6 weeks into 2016 and only two full workweeks left in February. So to keep the motivation going, I think it's time for another checkup.

Is 2016 shaping up like you had hoped it would?
If YES, GREAT! If NO, then what are you doing to change that. No one will make it happen for you better than you. If you are still making excuses and letting other things get in the way, that is no ones fault except your own (barring any uncontrollable tragic events in your life which if you are reading this then that is unlikely).

What are you going to do the next 6 weeks different from the first 6 weeks?
In roughly 6 weeks, the first full quarter of the new year will be over. It will be around April 1st and 1/4th of the new year will be over. If you are having the kind of success you'd like in 2016, just keep doing what you are doing that is working, toss out what is not and keep your head held high. If you are not having the kind of success you'd like after the first 6 weeks of the year, you need to make some drastic changes NOW! I mean, today, at this moment, right now! Not tomorrow which is Saturday or next week because you'll start on your revised plan Monday, but I really mean right now. Since you are at the end of this post, you can grab a pen and paper and write down what you are going to do differently the next 6 weeks to make things happen.

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David Williams

About The Author: David Williams is a professional still photographer and videographer focusing on corporate and commercial work. His love for still photography began in 1982 while still in High School. David started making money at photography in 1982. David and his wife Brenda started working together in photography in 1988 when they met and were married in 1989. Brenda is the photo editor for the business. David and Brenda have two daughters in their 20's. Please be sure to get a quote for services if needed: our goal is to respond as promptly as possible. You may also call David direct at 919.628.2902. You may share this content using the larger social icons above this bio section. You may find David on various social platforms by clicking the smaller icons to the left of this paragraph under David's headshot. Please visit our home page as well.