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#80: Building a Workflow for Your Photography Business - Ashley Gerrity Are you searching for an organized, more systematized way to run your photography business? &nbsp; In episode 80 of the Bokeh Podcast, photographer Ashley Gerrity shares how she organized her business by implementing the perfect workflow. Listen as she shares her top three tools for running a successful business and studio from anywhere in the country. &nbsp; The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by&nbsp;Photographer’s Edit:&nbsp;Custom Post-Production for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer.&nbsp;You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the&nbsp;Apple podcast app, add to your playlist on&nbsp;Stitcher,&nbsp;or listen on Overcast. &nbsp; Ashley’s Aha Moment: While she is a huge advocate of long term planning, it has to be evolutionary. This realization came when her husband’s residency placed him on the other side of the country. This change meant she had to evaluate the challenges, plans, and options in her business. &nbsp; Tips for Consuming Podcast Content: Use time that allows you to focus on the content, like driving in the car or walking the dog. &nbsp; Company Tools: 1. Honeybook - This client management system allows you to create a workflow for each client. 2. Asana - This project management system can be used for big picture goals in her business. 3. Google Drive - This cloud based system allows Ashley to store and share important documents with her team. &nbsp; Champagne Fridays: The editor of San Fransisco Bride taught this technique at a conference. The concept is to sit down with a bottle of champagne and reflect on the business as a whole. What can be changed, adjusted, and improved upon. &nbsp; Systems: 1. Photographer’s Edit&nbsp;- In order to get time back in her business, Ashley outsources her photos for culling and color correction. This also allows her to see the final edits from her associates just before they go to the client. 2. Pixieset&nbsp;- To provide digital downloads to her clients, Ashley uses Pixieset for gallery delivery. 3. Fundy&nbsp;- This company is used to make print sales with the company. &nbsp; Links Episode 2: Starbucks & 50 Weddings - Ashley Gerrity The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber Episode 40: It’s about Relationships - Laura Neff &nbsp; You May Also Enjoy: #73: Time Management for the Photographer #66: Associate Photographers: The Workflow - Jennie Tewell&nbsp; #59: The Ultimate Portrait Workflow - Erin Costa See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#207: Workflow Wednesday: 5 Important Principles for a Better Client Experience - Ashley Gerrity, Nathan, & Haylee Have you considered how important consistency is in your client experience?In episode 207 of Bokeh Podcast, our hosts and special guest, Ashley Gerrity share five important principles that will help in creating routines for a better experience for your clients. Listen in as Ashley shares how her job at Starbucks prepared her to place importance on client experience, and how she adapted that concept into her photography business!The audio from Workflow Wednesday episodes is from our weekly Facebook Live videos. Tune in live on Wednesdays at 2:00PM EST, at facebook.com/photogseditThe Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Connect:@nathanholritzphotographersedit.com@photogseditbokehpodcast.com@bokehpodcastashleygerrityphotography.com@ashleygerrityphotographyJanuary's Workflow Wednesday Theme: Client Experience5 Important Principals for a Better Client Experience1. Put you, first. The airplane oxygen mask method.2. Create a productive workspace.3. Put it on the calendar.4. Set clear expectations from day one by protecting your boundaries & welcoming your clients into “their” time.5. Focus on the client pieces.Links:Calendlybit.ly/bp-ep2bit.ly/bp-80 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#2: Starbucks and 50 Weddings - Ashley Gerrity How does being a Starbucks manager make you a better photography business owner? Listen in as&nbsp;Ashley Gerrity from ashleygerrityphotography.com shares&nbsp;some of the valuable management skills that allowed her to go from 0-50 weddings a year in a surprisingly short amount of time, still work a full-time job, and have a healthy marriage through it all.&nbsp;This podcast is brought to you by photographersedit.com, post-production for the wedding and portrait photographer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
020: How to Ask a Friend Questions about Race, Identity or Culture | Ashley Gerrity When you’re of a completely different race, culture, religion or demographic from someone else but are genuinely curious about who they are, what they believe in, how do you cultivate a friendship where you can ask the really hard or “dumb” questions? In Episode 20, I talk to Ashley Gerrity about how to cultivate a genuine, interracial friendship. We talk about:  How to quickly identify who you most relate to How to cultivate a space to have tough conversations about race, culture, demographics What questions to ask yourself to understand your own inherent racial basis What steps to take to authentically approach someone who is different than you Learn more & SEE photos of Ashley Gerrity HERE
#207: Workflow Wednesday: 5 Important Principles for a Better Client Experience - Ashley Gerrity, Nathan, & Haylee Have you considered how important consistency is in your client experience?In episode 207 of Bokeh Podcast, our hosts and special guest, Ashley Gerrity share five important principles that will help in creating routines for a better experience for your clients. Listen in as Ashley shares how her job at Starbucks prepared her to place importance on client experience, and how she adapted that concept into her photography business!The audio from Workflow Wednesday episodes is from our weekly Facebook Live videos. Tune in live on Wednesdays at 2:00PM EST, at facebook.com/photogseditThe Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Connect:@nathanholritzphotographersedit.com@photogseditbokehpodcast.com@bokehpodcastashleygerrityphotography.com@ashleygerrityphotographyJanuary's Workflow Wednesday Theme: Client Experience5 Important Principals for a Better Client Experience1. Put you, first. The airplane oxygen mask method.2. Create a productive workspace.3. Put it on the calendar.4. Set clear expectations from day one by protecting your boundaries & welcoming your clients into “their” time.5. Focus on the client pieces.Links:Calendlybit.ly/bp-ep2bit.ly/bp-80 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#80: Building a Workflow for Your Photography Business - Ashley Gerrity Are you searching for an organized, more systematized way to run your photography business? In episode 80 of the Bokeh Podcast, photographer Ashley Gerrity shares how she organized her business by implementing the perfect workflow. Listen as she shares her top three tools for running a successful business and studio from anywhere in the country. The Bokeh podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Post-Production for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Ashley’s Aha Moment: While she is a huge advocate of long term planning, it has to be evolutionary. This realization came when her husband’s residency placed him on the other side of the country. This change meant she had to evaluate the challenges, plans, and options in her business. Tips for Consuming Podcast Content: Use time that allows you to focus on the content, like driving in the car or walking the dog. Company Tools: 1. Honeybook - This client management system allows you to create a workflow for each client. 2. Asana - This project management system can be used for big picture goals in her business. 3. Google Drive - This cloud based system allows Ashley to store and share important documents with her team. Champagne Fridays: The editor of San Fransisco Bride taught this technique at a conference. The concept is to sit down with a bottle of champagne and reflect on the business as a whole. What can be changed, adjusted, and improved upon. Systems: 1. Photographer’s Edit - In order to get time back in her business, Ashley outsources her photos for culling and color correction. This also allows her to see the final edits from her associates just before they go to the client. 2. Pixieset - To provide digital downloads to her clients, Ashley uses Pixieset for gallery delivery. 3. Fundy - This company is used to make print sales with the company. Links Episode 2: Starbucks & 50 Weddings - Ashley Gerrity The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber Episode 40: It’s about Relationships - Laura Neff You May Also Enjoy: #73: Time Management for the Photographer #66: Associate Photographers: The Workflow - Jennie Tewell #59: The Ultimate Portrait Workflow - Erin Costa See <a style='color:grey;' target='_blank' rel='noopener n
#2: Starbucks and 50 Weddings - Ashley Gerrity How does being a Starbucks manager make you a better photography business owner? Listen in as Ashley Gerrity from ashleygerrityphotography.com shares some of the valuable management skills that allowed her to go from 0-50 weddings a year in a surprisingly short amount of time, still work a full-time job, and have a healthy marriage through it all. This podcast is brought to you by photographersedit.com, post-production for the wedding and portrait photographer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.