Compounding Your Efforts for Success, Part 2
Last month I gave you four ways to take baby steps into improving your photography and business that’ll lead to bigger results and positive changes in your career. This month, I want to take the same principle from Darren Hardy’s book The Compound Effect to show you how you can apply them to your life as well (you know, that time you have when you’re not working).
Hardy reminds us to “[b]e wary of the high price of putting too much focus on any single aspect of your life, to the exclusion of everything else.” We’re all guilty of putting too much focus on business. It’s easy to do. We love what we do. We want it to succeed, and it takes a great deal of time and effort to make that happen. But what good is work when you can’t take a night off to enjoy a date with your spouse? Or if you’re never satisfied with a day’s work so you’re stressed, and you have stress dreams every time you sleep?