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53: How Micro Changes Produce Macro Results, with Katelyn James

Photographer Katelyn James joins Reina + Christina to talk about making micro changes for macro results. First Katelyn talks about what people normally do when things aren’t going well and what they should do instead. They talk about money mindset a little bit and she gives the audience permission to succeed if your heart is in the right place. She also encourages people to align their passion with their purpose, especially if they are just starting out.

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Show Highlights:

  • Why you don’t need to take drastic measures when you’re not experiencing much business + what to do instead
  • How to form a tribe
  • How it’s okay to succeed and make money when you serve people well and give freely
  • Why you need to figure out how your passion plays a role in your purpose in life
  • How to learn your roles in the business when you work with your significant other

Show Notes:

Katelyn’s Bio:

Katelyn is a wedding photographer who also happens to love speaking, teaching and blogging educational content for other photographers and creatives! Together with her high school sweetheart she photographs 15-20 weddings a year all over Virginia, the East Coast and beyond! Her work has been featured in magazines such as The Knot, Southern Weddings, Virginia Bride, Eco Weddings, Destination I Do, and Virginia Living. Katelyn has also had the opportunity to speak at various conferences and events such a WPPI, Creative Live, United, Pursuit, Reset Conference, Creative at Heart, Making Things Happen, Rising Tide Summit and intimate retreats. While her heart is in photography, Katelyn also loves her sweet little Bich-Poo Bokeh and her husband Michael, has a deep passion for decorating and loves the Lord with all of her heart!!

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