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India Earl has been shooting weddings since the age of 15 and has become a master of turning intentions into goals. India values time, intimacy and realness which comes across in both her business mentality and photographs. A fun, intimate and real photographer, India is passionate about diversifying your portfolio and finding ways to stop wasting time.
Interview Host: Sachin Khona // August 2019
Listening time: 49 mins
If you are looking for ways to expand your revenue streams or outsourcing the mundane aspects of your work, India is here to provide tips and tricks to accomplish your goals. India believes that the more passion you are able to put into your work the more successful you will be and is sharing all of her nuggets of knowledge on this episode.
Everything from skydiving to finding your purpose is covered in this eye-opening interview with India. If you are looking to diversify your income streams, spark creativity or create a community, this is the episode for you.
How do you manage your time and ensure you are putting your passion above everything else? Share with us in the comments below.
In This Episode
- Ways to harness different income avenues and how to balance them properly
- Exploring the transition from full-time photographer to educator
- Signs that it is time for you to hire an assistant and start outsourcing your work
- Recommendations to help you when trying to find a mentor
- How to draw different creative ideas through community
“Every day since then I have just been trying to slowly improve my photography business on its own so that it can be more of like a passion project where I sometimes get money versus depending on that for my income.” (14:35)
“Ultimately my goal, besides all the materialistic things, is just to have time.” (20:55)
“I get to diversify my business by showcasing other people’s talents and skills and it supports them which is really cool .. it just honestly helps build a bigger community around me than I ever honestly would have imagined having.” (31:44)
“I feel like I am kind of at the point where I have so many options of directions to go, I just don’t know which direction to take a step into. And so, its a really good problem to have.” (41:24)
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