87. The path back to sustainability

A follow-up to episode 85 on creating sustainability.

I’m taking you along on the journey and giving you some tips on how you can create space for what matters most to you.

Here’s how you can create more space in your life and business:

  • Outsource what you can.
  • Plan for the things that are most important to you first. And the other stuff can fit in around those.
  • Start batch working.
  • Set boundaries and say no (as much as you can).

Learn how to outsource as a photographer with Jan Madigan

Episode 24

Key takeaways

Put yourself first. Say no more. It will be ok.

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Ingvild Kolnes is the host of the Sustainable Photography Podcast, an educator for photographers, and is ready to help you with your photography business. 

Join the waitlist for the Sustainable Photography Program. This program is designed to give you the knowledge and tools you need to create a thriving photography business that’s built to last. This program is designed to give you the knowledge and tools you need to create a thriving photography business that’s built to last.

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Ingvild-Portrett

hi, i'm ingvild

This podcast is all about education and inspiration for photographers. A sustainable business is profitable and lasting. Instead of short-term wins you want to make sure you’re doing things that matter. Both to yourself, and to create the business you want. The goal of this podcast is that it will help you build and structure your business around your life, instead of the other way around.

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