This week, Heather joins me to talk all about morning and evening routines: why we should create and stick to them, the huge benefits of doing so, and how to make it feel e-a-s-y.
Hair of the dog Podcast
Weekly conversations to help pet photographers excel
Welcome to the hair of the dog podcast
Are you ready to grow your business so that you can finally live the life of YOUR design? At the Hair of the Dog Podcast, we help pet photographers make more money.
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Below you’ll find all of our podcasts, starting with the most recently launched.
In the spirit of our current open enrollment window for the Hair of the Dog Academy, this week I take you behind the scenes to share the “tail” of two photographers. You’ll eavesdrop on some recent one-on-one laser coaching sessions, an Academy resource for helping members work through any business issue that they’re wrestling with.
Today I’m stripping things down to the bare minimum. Cutting away all the nice-to-haves and this-can-come-laters. Listen to find out exactly what you need—and what you don’t—to get started with your pet photography business.
In this week’s episode, Holly offers advice on creating magnetic branding to attract your ideal clients, and also shares some insights on how photographers can build strategic retail partnerships.
This week, I welcome Seattle pet photographers Holly Cook and returning guest Marika Moffitt, who’ve joined forces to prove that the benefits of community outweigh any thoughts of competition.
Today Heather and I talk about an affliction common to so many pet photographers: Imposter Syndrome. Find out exactly what it is, why it arises, and learn 10 powerful strategies for overcoming this limiting set of beliefs.
QuickBooks specialist Candus Kampfer joins me in this week’s episode to take the fear out of finances, and to show you why you really, really want to get a handle on your books.
This week, Alicja joins me to talk about artistic influences, the power of personal projects, and how she parlayed her early limitations into the 2020 Portrait of the Year in the Pet Photographers Club awards.
This week’s guest, Mandi Pratt of Greyboy Pet Portraits, shares her process for creating stunning etched prints from photographic images. After listening to my conversation with Mandi, you’ll start thinking about your suite of products in a whole new way.
Just a few years into her pet photography business, Kim has figured out that taking imperfect action is the key to steady growth and progress. We chat about what that looks like in this week’s episode.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of mastering basic shooting skills, of taking charge with clients, and why his image reveals contain as few as five photographs.
In this week’s episode, Carol shares the wisdom she’s learned along the way, and offers her advice for other creative types contemplating a career change.