Wedding Photographers

You have a knack for finding THE moment through a lens. You’ve got to capture every one on that special day, because you’re the wedding photographer. Understanding the heart—the passion—of your profession is the easy part. It’s why you started chasing the dream. 

However, making the leap from passionate photographer to savvy entrepreneur and business owner can be more difficult. The Wedding Photographer's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top photographers carving out their niche in the world of wedding photography. 


Portrait Photographers 

It's the way you see light, color, and space around your subject. The tilt their chin and that look in their eyes. You’re patient, because you know you’ll engage that elusive “it:” the warmth, vibrancy or silence of your subject’s soul, and then, with a press of the button, you’ve captured it. As a portrait photographer, you are both historian and artist. 

What's it take to get your business going or keep it going? Whoever doesn’t think that starting your own business takes a dose of courage, grit, and humility hasn't given it a whirl. You know that, and now, you’re ready.

The Portrait Photographer's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top portrait photographers carving out their niche in the world of photography. 


Bloggers 

It’s one thing to dabble in writing, and another to pursue blogging as a business. Imagine, though, writing your own headlines and deadlines. Or, you’ve been blogging and suddenly find yourself with an audience and a defined platform. How do you monetize your blog? How much marketing should you do? You want to start strong, so you need to understand the best business practices in this field. 

The Blogger's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top bloggers carving out their niche in the world of writing. 


Graphic Designers 

A line is not just a line to you. A curve not just a curve. You shape ideas, emotions—even whole entire companies—into visual messages. You turn the intangible into the tangible, filling blank paper and screen with images, typography, motion graphics, and print pieces that carry meaning, make promises, and offer solutions to the world. That’s a lot of pressure! 

Building a business as a graphic designer requires more than artistic ability. You’ve got to understand the business world, marketing, user interfaces, web design, and more.

The Graphic Designer's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top graphic designers carving out their niche in the world of designing. 


Interior Designers 

Walls are not limitations: they are landscapes for art and light and living. Interior Design is more than decorating: it’s creating and renovating to inspire. You set the tone with angles, space, color, texture, sound…consider every sense to evoke emotion. You create living space.

You are a working creative, and like interior design, you know that business and budgets, deadlines and hiring are working parts.

The Interior Designer's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top interior designers carving out their niche in the world of design. 


Letterers and Artists 

In this digital age, a letterer and artist must encompass artistry, tech savvy, marketing, scalability, and more! You’ve built your portfolio and spied out your niche, now it’s time to start your business, define your brand, create your work environment, and grapple with all of the details that come with building a business.

You see yourself as a working creative, however, anything that speeds up the business side of things means more time to create.

The Lettterer and Artist's Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top letterers and artists carving out their niche in the world of visual art. 


Florists 

Calling yourself a Florist defines the very heart of who you are, who God made you to be. However, the business side—all of those details—have slowed you down. You see yourself in a your own shop surrounded with flowers and creating abstracts. So, mastering the business part is important to you now. Maybe you’re not a numbers person or you didn’t grow up around entrepreneurs, so getting started has been the most difficult part of turning your passion into a bonafide business. And, you won’t mind when everything comes up roses.

The Florist’s Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top florists carving out their niche in the world of commerce. 


Wedding Planners 

Maybe you've planned a wedding already, and one is not enough! Maybe you've always dreamed of becoming a wedding planner. Or, you’re a few weddings into a new career and searching for great business advice from other Wedding Planners. One thing’s for sure: you want to run your business the way you plan a wedding: like clockwork. Flawlessly.

The Wedding Planner’s Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top wedding planners carving out their niche in the world of weddings. 


Shop Owners 

The shop around the corner—that's what you’ve always wanted. Well, maybe it’s not around the corner, instead, your storefront is a few clicks away.  With the whole internet world open to you, you’ve got to drive traffic to your site, rather than pave a parking lot. You’re building a website, securing payment systems, and shimmying into a pocket of the worldwide marketplace. The good news is you won’t be sweeping floors or changing lightbulbs!

You’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit, now you have a focus. Maybe it all started with that lemonade stand, but business is business and standing out in a saturated, short-attention-span world takes some savvy.

The Shop Owner’s Guide to Business: Inside Tips From the Best in the Business is a step beyond the usual how-to guide: it’s a book of collective advice from the top shop owners carving out their niche in the world of commerce.